Is there a Youtube show that you watch over and over again?

Sep 30, 2018
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#1
We all have TV shows that we watched from beginning to end multiple times, but what about Youtube series? For me it's been mostly these two:
The first one is James Rolfe's Angry Video Game Nerd and to a lesser extent Monster Madness. I think I watched the first six AVGN seasons about 30 times each and I re-watch the entirety of Monster Madness multiple times a year for a while now. I've been watching this stuff since 2006 and I don't see myself getting tired of it anytime soon.

The second one is Half In The Bag from RedLetterMedia. A more recent discovery for me, but ever since finding the show through one of the Plinkett reviews (which are also very re-watchable), I've been re-watching it again and again, mostly when I'm working from home and want to keep myself entertained.

So, yeah, share your favorite stuff if you want.
 
Oct 27, 2017
1,801
Portland, OR
#4
I watch clips from British panel shows that aren't broadcast in America; things like QI, 8 out of 10 Cats / Does Countdown, Would I Lie To You, Big Fat Quiz, etc. Invariably I end up seeing the same clips over and over and over. But I don't care, because they are hilarious.
 
Oct 27, 2017
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#5
I used to but I don't even re-watch tv shows anymore. Back in like 2014-15 I'd watch the best friends RE4 playthrough when I was studying though.
 
Oct 29, 2017
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Syracuse, NY
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I watch clips from British panel shows that aren't broadcast in America; things like QI, 8 out of 10 Cats / Does Countdown, Would I Lie To You, Big Fat Quiz, etc. Invariably I end up seeing the same clips over and over and over. But I don't care, because they are hilarious.
If you look just a little bit harder you'll find the full episodes on Youtube. That's how I've seen all of 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and the Big Fat Quizzes.
 
Oct 27, 2017
1,198
Portland, OR
#20
Steve1989MREInfo. He's pretty much the Bob Ross of vintage (and modern) MREs.

EDIT: And I should say that I had no interest whatsoever in military rations and only found out about the channel because my sister sent me a link one day, but he's so knowledgeable about rations in general, and has such entertaining (though usually low key) presence on camera, that I can't help but watch.
 
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Oct 27, 2017
1,801
Portland, OR
#24
If you look just a little bit harder you'll find the full episodes on Youtube. That's how I've seen all of 8 out of 10 Cats Does Countdown, and the Big Fat Quizzes.
I have done with those and WILTY. Things like QI and Graham Norton tend to be clips rather than full episodes. Sometimes I'll just let YouTube run wild and play a bunch randomly; that's when I start getting the repeats and compilations.
 
Nov 5, 2017
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Oct 25, 2017
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#27
I do tend to go back to older Primitive Technology videos, especially to see how far he's come.
It's so freakin' cool to me that he has over 9 million subscribers now, his channel is seriously YouTube at its best. No click-bait titles or thumbnails, no screaming commentary, no chasing the latest viral trends. Just a dude who made a channel showing off his obscure hobby and amazing skillset. And his channel's only three years old too.
 
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Nov 11, 2017
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It's so freakin' cool to me that he has over 9 million subscribers now, his channel is seriously YouTube at its best. No click-bait titles or thumbnails, no screaming commentary, no chasing the latest viral trends. Just a dude who made a channel showing off his obscure hobby and amazing skillset. And his channel's only three years old too.
I agree completely. And I tried watching the other channels with similar ideas and they just don't work, for some reasons. Not for me anyway!

There's certainly something about it that's attractive because of how simple and 'what you see is what you get' it is.
 

TAJ

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Oct 28, 2017
3,904
#38
Red Letter Media stuff mostly.

Best of the worst is great to throw on as background noise
This is me.
I've gotten a bunch of other people hooked on their channel just from playing their stuff while I work.
Lately I've been streaming Duckman on YouTube when noone is around.
 
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Dec 23, 2018
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#40
I’m not in to Youtube as much as the rest of the world seems to be, but I will watch Richard Dolan’s content.
 
Oct 27, 2017
705
Virginia
#43
My wife and I watch Game Grumps daily. They've been a part of our "show to watch while eating dinner" routine for like five or six years.

And Ashens. My god I've been watching that man and his couch going on ten years now.
 

Shingi_70

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Oct 25, 2017
2,145
#44
I'm hooked on Cory Kenshin now, lol.

That damn Five Nights at Freddy's started it. Lately just watching him play other scary games.

I try not to watch stuff I'll likely play. Watching him play PC games is great tho.

Oh and the Share the Love ppl. And what's the obsession with box forts???
My girlfriend watches him alot and his spooky scary sundays are addicting. He's just the infectious type of fun.
 
Oct 25, 2017
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#46
I watch a lot of Begiragons' old content, specially Hamburger Game, Sushi Game and Gacha Bike.

It's sad that most of the talent of the channel (Bandy, Falcon, Meteor) walked away to make their own channels because Megwin is a fucking asshole. Those guys made really good content.
 
Oct 27, 2017
1,433
#50
surprised nobody mentioned Freeman's Mind yet.

THIS ... is the best youtube series ever, it's hilariously voice acted.

Originally released on 12-3-2007 by Accursed Farms

Follow the thoughts of Dr. Gordon Freeman, a 27 year old physicist and neurotic individual.