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Dominic (Character)
from "The Nostalgia Critic" (2007)

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"The Nostalgia Critic: Video Game Review 2: Blues Brothers SNES" (2012)
[the Critic was so frustrated with the game that he just got rid of it]
Nostalgia Critic: I'm sorry, I couldn't review any more of that shit. I mean, that game is terrible! That is a god-awful game! It has nothing to do with the movie, the... floors made of Crisco, the controls are insane, IT IS TERRIBLE! It's a TERRIBLE, TERRIBLE game! And I pity the poor sucker that comes ACROSS that game and TRIES to play it.
Chester A. Bum: [outside the house] Oh my God, a video game! Bleu-Ass Brothers. Must be French.
Nostalgia Critic: I'm The Nostalgic Critic, and...
[puts hands in praying position]
Nostalgia Critic: God have mercy on his soul.
Chester A. Bum: [heard playing the game] Oh my God, it's exactly like the movie!... Cake makes you stronger? I-I don't understand that, I... Wow, the... floor sure is slippery, isn't it? Heh-heh... I thought I was supposed to be getting OUT of the jukebox!
[after a few seconds]
Chester A. Bum: Okayyy, just... go up the chain there, guy! Heh... C'mon, go up the chain... Go up THE CHAIN!... Oh, look! A flying snake! Hello, flying snake! How are you... HE PUSHED ME! THAT'S IT, I'VE HAD ENOUGH OF THIS GAME! I'M TOSSING THIS SO SOME OTHER IDIOT CAN FIND IT!
Dominic: [coming across game] Oy, what's this?

"The Nostalgia Critic: A Tribute to Siskel and Ebert (#2.48)" (2009)
Nostalgia Critic: The cool thing about them is that even if you don't agree with their review, they're still incredibly fun to listen to. Like I love how Ebert actually thought Congo was supposed to be bad.
Roger Ebert: And it's supposed to be funny. This movie was written by John Patrick Shanley. It's in the same mood as his movie Joe vs. the Volcano. It was hilarious!
Nostalgia Critic: [unconvinced] Yes... and, uh, Dominic from Video Game Confessions does a good British accent.
Dominic: Oi!
Nostalgia Critic: Faker.