Oof. Doug is a whole different can of worms. Where is he usually discussed? /tv/?
There is just so much wrong with the show. And I'm not talking about Change The Channel, which to me sounds just like a huge lists of complaints about unprofessionalism, and I went through similar, if not worse shit during my first job, yet I somehow got through it because I'm not a socially awkward Youtuber who otherwise wouldn't find a job. Unlike the whole cast of Channel Awesome. Also, the worst complaint, harassment, came from a member of the site thats absolutely bonkers (MarsGurl?)! She once went social justice army at me because I made a Linkara gay joke on Twitter. Also, what do you expect from someone who calls himself JewWario. Who would slap his fucking believes in his own username except some insecure weirdo.
Sorry, I digressed.
Doug lacks self-awareness, yes, he especially overestimates his humor and "acting" skills. The longer a skit, the more embarrassing it gets. Fans actually re-upload his videos without his jokes inbetween.
Whenever he makes fun of his co-workers in his jokes (who I actually like), I can't find it funny, since I question how Doug is IRL; and after Change The Channel, he should be aware of that acting like an asshole might make him look like an actual asshole.
His criticism is abstract and tries to be "special", even though he knows that everyone else would disagree (like his choices on every single Top 11), so he can slap a whimsical speech into the video. He's kinda like Mike from Redlettermedia when it comes to that. Old and out of touch.
Re-enacting a movie is stupid, he only does that to be clickbait and current, but it completely goes against the concept of his channel. Same with reviewing movies AGAIN outside of his role (goodbye, authenticity), and making a "First Viewing" video after implying he got extended knowledge and/ or nostalgia for the reviewed movie.
And yes, The Wall video was (how ironic, really) his downfall. Where him not understanting thePost too long. Click here to view the full text.