TGWTG Allison Pregler / Obscurus Lupa / Movie Nights - The vindictive leader of #ChangeTheChannel, GOTIS personified, vendetta against The Cinema Snob

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Gordon Cole

Yep, he's dead
True & Honest Fan
Jul 10, 2015

Not a troon, shockingly enough.

Allison Pregler, f.k.a Obscurus Lupa is a former producer for Channel Awesome, as well as one of the more infamous members owing to her propensity for drama, controversy, vindictive behavior and self-righteousness. While many threads exist for various members of CA, Allison's actions could be argued as a contributing factor in the dissolution of the original team both during and after her tenure. From her role in the professional/personal downfall of one Noah “The Spoony One” Antwiler, to her unceremonious firing from CA, to her current attempts at taking down the remnants of Channel Awesome, as well as alienating everyone who even remotely disagrees with her in the process. It’s a tale of the early years of professional video content, corporate malfeasance, the unwieldy power of outrage, the addictively alienating nature of Twitter, poorly thought-out rape jokes and BETRAYALLLLLLLLL!


Allison started off her internet presence fairly innocuously, with accounts under the Obscurus Lupa username on websites such as Blogspot, an account on a Big Wolf on Campus fan site that was as active as 2017, an unfortunately purged LiveJournal account and a account, writing stories about shows such as Big Wolf on Campus, Doctor Who and Buffy the Vampire Slayer that have unfortunately also been purged. On a semi-related note, this is one of the stories she wrote:


I don't really have a point, I just thought it'd be funny to share.

But there is one fanfic she wrote that is still up, and... well read it for yourself:
This Could Be A Problem
By: Cbpatches2001

Scene shows a junkyard. Two trashmen come out lugging a chest. They throw it and it pops open when it lands.

Man: That's the last for the day.

They leave. The camera looks at the chest and a familiar green haired figure comes out.

Vince: It's Vince, in the junkyard, with some friends.

A girl comes out of the box. She looks about five or six. Then a boy comes out. He's about Tommy's age. He looks like a superhero, only a cool one, without the gay tights. They all start to laugh insanely.

Scene shows Tommy, Merton, and Lori by the lockers. School was going to be out soon.

Tommy v.o.: I was feeling great, I passed my chemistry test, I had no homework, and there was nothing paranormal to screw things up. Life was great.

Lori: Merton, you have some toilet paper on your shoe.

Merton looks down and we see a wad of toilet paper trailing on the floor behind him.

Merton: Aw, man!

He puts his shoe up to remove it.

Merton: Hey! This is super glued!

He starts to tear it off. Lori opens her locker and Vince, the girl, and the boy came out.

Merton: Vince?

Lori: Christy?

Tommy: Bob?

They all look around.

Merton: Uh, come on!

He grabs Tommy and Lori's arms and drags them to an empty classroom. Vince and the other two follow.

Merton: Maybe someone could explain!

Vince: I came back for you, so we could play. Just like old times!

Merton: Who are the other two?

Lori: The girl's Christy. She was my imaginary friend.

Merton: Okay....

Tommy: The guy's Bob. He was my imaginary friend.

Lori: Your imaginary friend was a superhero named Bob?

Tommy: Hey, I was five!

Merton: Vince, Christy, Bob, hate to break it to you, but we don't want to play anymore.

Vince: Of course you do!

Bob: But Tommy and Lori abandoned us!

Christy: We have to bwing you with us, so we can play fowever!

Tommy: This might be a good time to run!

Lori: I agree!

They started running. Merton was in the lead with Lori and Tommy behind.

Merton: How're we going to run away? They have powers!

Lori: Just keep going!

Christy came around the corner.

Tommy: Split up!

Merton, Lori and Tommy ran in different directions.

Scene shows Tommy running down one hall, luckily school's out so it's empty. He wolfs out. We see Christy fly out.

Tommy: Hey, why don't you pick on someone your own size?

Christy: Oh, my! You'we so cute! You shouldn't be so mean, it not vewy nice!

She starts to giggle. Then she shoots out some white light and it hits Tommy. He flies against the wall and gets knocked unconscious.

Christy: Lowi, whewe awe you?

She flies off.

Scene shows Merton running down another hall.

Merton: Okay, if I were a green haired phycopath where would I be? Merton, don't panic. This is no time to lose your cool.

Bob flies around a corner.

Merton: Okay, time to panic!

He starts to run away but Bob grabs him. He pushes him into a locker and grabs him by the neck. He starts to push him up.

Bob: Where's Terminator Tom?

Merton was choking.

Merton: Who?

Bob: Terminator Tom, Fool!

Lori comes around the corner.

Lori: I don't think so!

She kicks him and he flies backwards. He goes through the wall. Merton slides down the locker. Lori helps him up.

Lori: Are you okay?

Merton: Besides the tremendous pain and numbness in my legs, I'm fine. Let's go find Tommy and get out of here.

They walk a little ways, then the electricity goes out. It's completely dark.

Merton: Vince.

Lori: Great, what do we do now?

Merton: Feel your way towards me.

They started feeling around.

Lori: Merton, is that your hand?

Merton: It's me, but it's not my hand.

Lori: Oh, gross! That's sick!

Merton: Sick, yes, but enjoyable.

Lori: Come on, let's go.

She grabbed onto his real hand and they felt their way in the darkness.

Lori: Tommy?! Are you there?

Merton: Oof! Ow!

Lori felt him let go of her hand.

Lori: Merton, are you okay? Merton?!

Merton: I'm on the ground, I tripped on something.

Lori: I can't see anything. Where are you?

Merton: Right here.

Lori: Where?

Merton: Over here!

Lori: Wait a second, there's a window. I can see some light coming out of the cracks in the curtains! Hold on a sec. Stay there.

Merton: Do I have a choice?

Lori made it to the window and opened it. Merton was still on the ground. Lori looked over at Merton and he looked at what he tripped over. It was Tommy.

Merton: Ahh!

He backed away, while still on the ground.

Lori: Tommy!

She ran over.

Lori: Is he dead?

Merton: I don't think so.

He shook him.

Merton: Tommy! Tommy, wake up!

Tommy didn't stir.

Lori: What are we going to do?

Merton: I think I have an idea! Let's go back to the lair.

Lori: That's your idea?

Merton: Well, you have anything better to do?

Scene shows Merton and Lori coming into the lair. Merton is carrying Tommy's feet and Lori is carrying his arms. They set him on the bed.

Lori: Now what?

Merton: Lori, Lori, Lori.

Lori: You don't know, do you?

Merton: I have no idea!

Lori: Look what your imaginary friend did!

Merton: There is no proof that it was Vince! Though it is highly likely, but there's still no proof!

Lori: You want proof! There's your proof!

She pointed at Tommy. Tommy woke up.

Tommy: Guys?

Lori: Tommy! Are you all right?

Tommy: Could be worse.

He got up.

Merton: Wait a second, didn't you used to be taller than me?

He looked at Tommy, who, in fact, was shorter.

Tommy: This might be a problem.

Vince, Christy, and Bob appeared.

Christy: Come pway with us! It's lonely! Lowi, don't you like me?

Bob: Terminator Tom, we must go save the world!

Merton looked at Tommy.

Merton: Terminator Tom?

Tommy: What? I was little!

Vince: It's Vince and his friends, in the lair, with our playmates.

Merton: Run!

Lori: I was thinking the same thing!

They ran out the door. Tommy unwolfed. They stopped and ran into the factory. They crawled under the bar. Tommy looked around, then he felt a searing pain shoot down his body. He doubled over in pain.

Lori: Tommy?! What's wrong?!

Tommy: I don't know I-

He fainted.

Merton: Tommy!

Lori shook him.

Lori: Tommy! Not again!

Merton: Does he seem shorter to you?

Lori: This isn't the time, Merton!

Merton: Seriously, he does seem shorter.

Lori: Let's go out the back.

They went out the back door by the bar.

Scene shows them in the woods. Merton and Lori set Tommy down and turn around to look for the imaginary friends.

Merton: I don't see them.

Lori: Merton, where's Tommy?

Merton turned around. Tommy was no where to be seen. Suddenly, a kid jumped on top of Merton and put his hands over his eyes.

Merton: Lori, get it off me!

Lori grabbed the kid and held him there.

Lori: It's just a kid.

Boy: I'm not a kid!

All of a sudden his teeth turned to fangs and he was hairier. He was a werewolf. He punched Lori in the stomach. She let him go.

Boy: Don't mess with Tommy Dawkins!

He howled into the night. He started laughing.

Boy: Catch me if you can!

He ran away.

Merton: That was Tommy!

Lori: Chisty must have- oh no!

Merton: What happened?

Lori: Well Christy, my imaginary friend, said she would keep me young forever, and she had the power to make someone young. She tested it on my dog first and he got so young that he disappeared altogether!

Merton: And now she used it on Tommy!

Scene shows Merton and Lori in the woods.

Merton: Here little wolf cub, we're not going to hurt you.

Lori: I think he knows we're out here looking for him.

Suddenly, Tommy jumped out of the trees and landed on Merton. He was acting strange. He got up and started wobbling around.

Little Tommy: I don't feel so good.

He fell over. He glows yellow for a second, then the form shrinks. When it stops glowing, we see Tommy is now about three years old.

Lori: We've got to find Christy! She can reverse it!

Merton grabbed Tommy. He woke up and started to laugh. He started pulling on Merton's hair.

Merton: Ow! Hey!

Lori: Give him here. You don't need to startle him.

She took Tommy.

Lori: There you go. It's all right.

He kicked her hard.

Lori: All right, I'm gonna kick you to the moon!

Merton took Tommy.

Merton: Let's find Christy.

Christy: You called?

Lori: Christy, reverse this now!

Christy: Will you pway with me?

Lori: Yes.

Christy: Oh, goody!

She shot some light out and it hit Tommy. He suddenly grew in Merton's arms and they both fell over.

Merton: Ow!

Tommy: Are you okay, Merton?

Merton: Don't worry, it's just another in a long line of humiliations.

Christy: Will you pway with me now?

Lori: How about in the junkyard with your trunk?

Christy: Yah!

Vince and Bob appeared.

Vince: Don't count me and Bob out. Let's play Clue!

They walked to the junkyard.

Scene shows them in the junkyard. Merton walks up to the chest and looks inside it. We see him take the Clue game and hide it in his long black trenchcoat.

Merton: I can't find it.

Vince: Let me take a look.

He went into it to look.

Vince: Where is it?

Bob: Let Christy and me look.

Christy and Bob went into it.

Christy: It's not in hewe.

Tommy closes the lid on them. Lori goes into the junkyard and finds a good lock. She puts it on the chest and the imaginary friends can't get out.

Christy{ muffled }: You twicked us!

Lori: I never liked you anyways. Come on, guys, let's go home.

They walk off.

Tommy v.o.: So Vince, Bob, and Christy were gone and we were safe. Life was good. I don't think we'll be seeing our imaginary friends anymore.

The camera zooms in on the chest and we can hear banging from inside it.

Fade to black.


But writing cringy fanfics about obscure Canadian TV shows as a teenager generally doesn’t make one a lolcow, and she remained under-the-radar until she was picked up by Channel Awesome in 2009 at the age of twenty, utilizing the Obscurus Lupa name. (Between her and Linkara, the moral of this part may be: “Use different usernames, especially if you're posting embarrassing shit or seeking a career in internet reviewing.”) Her focus was “Z-Grade” films, primarily in the action and horror genres, as well as retrospectives on series such as Charmed and Baywatch. She adapted well to CA, frequently collaborating with similar producers Brad “The Cinema Snob” Jones and Phelan “Phelous” Porteous, and dating fellow CA member Matt “Apollo Z. Hack” Burkett. Incidentally, this is the happiest point in the story, so if you can't handle a small-scale downfall, stop reading this and pretend that she lived a stable and drama-free existence as a pretty young woman making videos on the internet for all to enjoy.

Well, part of my last sentence actually happened.

EDIT: And before she joined CA, she was briefly a member of Reviewtopia, the closest thing to a competitor CA had. This clip from a retrospective with Marc Mues is a teaser of sorts for what's to come:


Around 2011, Allison and Apollo (A pairing that sounds like an Indie Pop duo when you say it out loud) broke up, with Allison writing years after the fact:

Allison said:
“Here’s the sequence of events near as I can recall after 3-4 years: Matt had been on the fence about staying at TGWTG for awhile for personal reasons. I broke up with him, also for personal reasons, and he felt no obligation to stay after that. Shortly after, the convo of him complaining about SK was recorded without his knowledge and leaked. They tried (badly) to mask his voice, but we could tell it was him. The douche who recorded it disappeared and fuck that guy, because he was an asshole that doesn’t deserve the attention.

Matt wasn’t fired, this stuff happened after and it was just bad timing. In fact, when he quit, Rob was really bummed out because he enjoyed his stuff and how much it leaned toward original content. (

Soon after, she began dating Phelous, with some users theorizing that Allison cheated on Apollo with Phelous while she was still dating the former, and in a deeply ironic turn, actually defended CA, leading their breakup to be less amicable than Allison suggests.


However, this drama was largely swept under the rug barring an incredibly defensive Tumblr post, until GOTIS hit Allison like a runaway truck.

In 2012, Noah “Spoony” Antwiler posted a now infamous rape joke on Twitter to Jacob "JesuOtaku" Chapman, who at the time was known as Hope Chapman. (How is it that two producers trooning out were the least of CA’s problems?) Allison called out Noah’s behavior, leading to the event that many pinpoint as the beginning of the end for Noah's career, as well as his mental and emotional state. Soon after this incident, Noah left CA following a four-week suspension.


The backlash towards Allison was intense, despite her stating that they had made up and moved on from the whole kerfuffle. Many still blamed her for Noah’s departure, and it reached the point where she faced harassment and death threats, and eventually called the police, according to a post she wrote in early 2013.

Allison said:
I’ll explain the tweet though. I’ve been in an emotional funk lately and it’s hard to shake. Events from the past year have left a lasting mark on me and it’s something that’s likely to follow me for a long time. It’s easy to say I’m being over-dramatic, to just let it slide, but it wears on you, to hear what an awful person you are for a year, to have people follow you wherever you’ve touched, to try and get that last dig in. It’s hard to have so called vigilantes follow you around to dole out justice for a situation they know none of the facts on, for something you didn’t do.

Around the time all of this was going on, I received six letters threatening to find me, rape me, or kill me. This was coupled with pictures of people being murdered and stamps that said “justice.” Like big damn heroes.

I had to go to the police, my family installed security doors, and I slept with the lights on. You see it doesn’t just affect me. But I’m not sure if I’ll ever escape internet villainy now that rumors have become fact. People believe and hear what they want to believe because it makes things easier on them. And someone has to get the blame.

And despite that, life went on. She continued to post videos on CA until early 2015, when she was abruptly let go and had her videos systematically deleted. In her post explaining the situation, she revealed dirty laundry about her time on the website, alleging abuse, mismanagement and the impetus for her firing simply being missing a Skype call.

Allison said:
Okay, so by now you’ve probably heard that Phelan, Lindsay, Andrew, and I are the most recent folks to exit TGWTG/CA. If you haven’t, well, you have now. But I’ve gotten a lot of questions about it, so here’s a long post explaining what happened as far as I’m concerned.

(EDIT: Clarifying none of the exits outside of Phelan had anything to do with me, and even then Phelan and I had been planning on leaving for quite some time.)

(EDIT 2: I didn’t think this would be an issue, but let me also clear up who Mike is. Mike Michaud is CEO of Channel Awesome; Mike Jeavons is the video producer and has nothing to do with any of the events listed here.)

So was I fired? Well, yes and no. I was let go, but calling it being “fired” implies I worked for CA, and I did not. The only people with contracts/a payroll are those who work directly for them in Chicago. No producer has ever been paid by CA, and that includes the anniversaries. All profits from those, including the DVD sales, go directly to CA, and we were paid in “exposure” and “a free trip with our friends.” The only contracts we ever had to sign were for the anniversaries, mostly to sign over to them any crossovers we filmed (to pay for our trips there). So in actuality we were not on a “free trip” with our friends; we were working off our trip while also acting in a film we would have no profit from (the exception being commentaries, which we could keep). If we questioned this, we would be told we didn’t have to go and that was that. We did get a free copy of the movie for ourselves, if they remembered to send it to us. If you didn’t get a copy of To Boldly Flee, don’t worry, neither did I. One of Mike’s favorite things to tell us was how great it was that they hosted our stuff and never asked for a cut of our profits.

ANYWHO, my exit starts with the midrolls and Patreon. I’d been struggling for awhile to pay the bills, and ad revenue was down, and one of the things keeping me afloat was extra midrolls, which weren’t extremely popular. But I also had to do that to make barely enough to live, as this is my job. So while I’m in Chicago, Mike corners me while I’m alone and proceeds to tell me my midrolls are screwing everyone else by making people turn on adblock. It was very hostile, unprofessional, and uncomfortable. I told him I needed to do that to make enough money to live, he didn’t care (and also told me they left up comments about the midrolls as a hint to me, apparently), and it ended with me crying in a bathroom over how I was going to pay my bills. This was followed shortly after with a call from him and Doug mandating how many midrolls we were able to use, among other insulting things. Doug suggested I simply make more videos, like his TV show vlogs, because that was just his “work ethic.” I, of course, wouldn’t know about a work ethic. Mike was also unaware that I’d been posting on Sundays for 3 years, and implied that videos that weren’t OLPs didn’t count.

Anyway, I’m looking for alternative ways to make money, and Patreon is starting to do well for some folks. I decide why not? It wouldn’t hurt to try it out. So I start one up, and ask if Mike can put a link up to it under my next video. Mike and company do not know what Patreon is, and have not checked, because they’ve decided in their heads what it is. So he tells me I’m not allowed to promote it. I explain that it’s like an ongoing Kickstarter, and he tells me they won’t promote those either. This is despite them having already promoted Nerdquest stuff and their own Indiegogo, which you might remember was given $90,000 for something they have yet to produce.

(Side note: how many times does it take to film a game show pilot? As it turns out, at least 17, most with the same questions and guests. The other shows don’t even have a title, much less any start on production.)

Incidentally, the reason I don’t use as many midrolls now? Patreon. If they’d had their way, I’d still be broke, and people would still be using the same archaic system.

Rob then messages me and tells me adding Patreon to midrolls is a “slap to the face” and that their Indiegogo was “executive authority."

Suede had made a video about the pros and cons of Patreon, and they told him he could not post it on the site. We weren’t allowed to put up any links, and only after the news about Suede got out and they looked bad did they tell us we could do a promotion at the end of our videos. After many of us had filmed them, they randomly told us they could only be 30 seconds long. I don’t know why.

Fast forward to now, and I see that they’ve posted Brad’s Patreon video on the new site. I ask Mike why it’s okay now, and quote the previous conversation with Rob. He tells me there was no reason to bring that up again because they’d said it while they were "still on the fence” with Patreon (“slap to the face” = “on the fence”). I told him, yes, there was reason to bring it up, because they never told us any of that was okay now. About 50% of the site’s problems could be fixed by them simply telling us things. I told him they were being hypocrites and should apologize, he deflects me, and I told him they’re always making excuses why things aren’t their fault.

So he asks me if I have time for quick call. I tell him no.

2 hours later, I’m away from the computer and Mike creates a new convo with me, him, and Doug. He asks if I can talk now. I don’t answer because, again, I am away from the computer. He waits approximately 15 minutes, and then tells me because I’m ignoring them they’re taking my stuff off of the site and letting me go. My stuff is immediately removed, which, coincidentally, is the only thing they’ve updated since the new site has gone up. Keep in mind, when the Noah incident happened, they never let him go, they simply kept extending his suspension. I was never even put on suspension. And he got a nice farewell post!

(Edited to add that Mike has been known to stop contact for weeks at a time and, to think he’d be available within 15 minutes of any contact is laughable.)

They’re getting a lot of bad PR right now, which probably could be fixed if they hadn’t fired their PR person the day after her surgery.

The site has had many, MANY behind the scenes issues, and ANYONE who has said anything has been labeled a troublemaker. Also, anyone who has said anything is gone now. It is a site fueled by yes men and denial, and many broken promises. They’ve referred to the other producers as “children” on more than one occasion, which is as patronizing as it sounds. The site has ALWAYS been about Doug, and they don’t care about anyone else there.

But what does this mean for videos? Nothing, actually. Us former CA members are still making videos on our own sites, you can find me, Phelan, and Andrew on, Lindsay on Chez Apocalypse, and I encourage you to continue to support folks who have or will leave the site. The producers are still friends, we will still work together, and we still love what we do.

tldr; I was let go for being away from the computer for 15 minutes.

UPDATE: Relevant links, if you’d care to read the convos yourself:

In the wake of this, Phelous and Andrew Dickman left the site in protest, and whatever small uproar her post caused died down for the next few years.


After being fired from CA, Allison dropped the “Obscurus Lupa” name and began to produce videos under Movie Nights, a series that also moved away from the traditional CA structure of Point A to Point B reviews in favor of a looser, conversational style akin to Best of the Worst, albeit if the majority of the episodes had one person and (imo) weren’t nearly as funny. Despite that, Brad and Phelous made regular appearances, and she appeared to move on from the debacle and eke out a living in her own small corner of YouTube, barring an by all accounts awkward reunion with Doug on the set of the Brad-written Jesus, Bro! in 2016, and some "Turn off that pesky AdBlock"-tier tweets about reuploaded videos.


Meanwhile, more attention was placed on the shenanigans of various CA contributors/employees following Mister Metokur’s seven-part retrospective, but the website remained relatively stable, albeit not as influential as it once was.

That all changed on March 13th, 2018.

Straight from the horse's mouth.

Many people reading this are already aware about the origins of #ChangeTheChannel, the massive "Not So Awesome" Google Doc (Much of which wasn't shocking to those in-the-know), CA’s disastrous response and the mass exodus of contributors barring Doug, Guru Larry (who stayed on for shits and giggles) and most pertinently Brad, who still felt a sense of loyalty and friendship towards the Walkers. Although these events all but destroyed CA, they didn’t destroy Doug. Instead the Walkers shifted focus onto Nostalgia Critic at the expense of CA as a thriving community. While his dreams of being a Hollywood big-shot have been all but deferred and his only recourse is doing NC until the day he dies, he still enjoys a autistic dedicated fanbase, as well as an upgrade to a bigger studio.

But for Allison, this was her big #MeToo movement, and Doug not going away was Brock Turner 2.0.


Brad is an interesting piece of the puzzle. Himself no stranger to drama, he navigated events that realistically should've made him a cow (His fallout with "Angry Jake" Norvell, the breakup with his rebound girlfriend, his drug problems/suicide attempt) in a low-key, professional manner. With #CTC he tried a similar approach by staying on CA in the face of overwhelming resignations, and refusing to say much outside of glib comments. But when Brad still featured Doug on Midnight Screenings and announced that the cast for his upcoming film Another Cinema Snob Movie would include both him & Rob Walker, ardent supporters of #CTC went from bugging him on Twitter and Tumblr to IRL harassment directed towards him and his family. These events caused him to take a more contemptuous view of the movement, as seen in his tweets about the situation and an interview with Double Toasted.

Allison, to her credit, tells people not to harass Brad. However, this is ruined by tweets which both heavily implied and outright stated that Brad's position on #CTC and the Walkers were ultimately enough to end the friendship between them.




And Brad's response on February 2019 (Special shout-out to @Nekromantik for the caps) :

While her relationship with Phelous, at least according to Twitter, is less “boyfriend and girlfriend” and more “thirsty orbiter and drama whore”.


That is, when they're not dealing with financial issues:

And when she's not having meltdowns about #CTC, she's having meltdowns brought on by TDS.




UPDATE (6/30/19) : She's still upset with Brad when his wife alluded to her being to blame for swatting her dad's funeral, only this time he's openly firing back. Armzgurl is involved as well.
On this installment of As The Net Turns...

The Midnight Screenings episode (Which is called Friday Night Movies now?), where Brad's wife Laura mentions her father's suicide during their review of Yesterday because his favorite band was The Beatles, and alludes to Allison. (Timestamped)

Allison being Allison, she threw a shitfit and fished for asspats.
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"Et tu, Suede?" Also Weeb Wars crossover.
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>Wife's father an heroes and Laura tells her story.
>"I don't know why he decided to open the wound except to stir up drama."
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This has been another installment of As The Net Turns.
And Film Brain and, of all people, Moviebob too.
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There are many lessons we can learn from this Soap Opera of a community, but Allison is still an interesting case study of many things; good intentions gone awry, the corrupting nature of power, and the destructive force of outrage/Twitter cultures. But the one that sticks with me is a fresh-faced young woman starting out full of piss and vinegar, and ending up bitter, harsh and alienating towards her former friends and producers. The story of Allison is but a part of a larger whole, but one that is still interesting to this day.

And some words of wisdom from Brad to top all this off:
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(Special thanks to @Feline Darkmage, @neger psykolog, @JuanButNotForgotten and @Purple Man for their invaluable help in making this thread.)

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Feline Darkmage

Gamer Gril Queen
Retired Staff
True & Honest Fan
Feb 11, 2016
There are a metric fuckton of guest/anonposters on the DHI thread that thirst hard for her. It's kind of a meme and most of them are just shitposting because of the fact its a meme and still gets a reaction out of other posters. Although I have to wonder how many of them are actually just Phelous.

Anyway here's a comparison she posted herself of 2009 v 2019 and it's a stark difference
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Guess transforming into a bitter banshee on twitter will do shit like that to you.


Aug 31, 2016
A broad who looks 50, is actually 30, and acts like a 10-year-old. Beautiful.

Lupa is the fucking crazy ex-girlfriend of Channel Autism. Constantly dredging up old shit from the past to stir up drama where there would otherwise be none, rallying up all the people who have had even a minor beef with you for easy attention, screeching on and on about how her gay ops "still weren't enough" to fuck your life up even months and months after the fact, long after you've moved on to other things, even though it managed to destroy everything around you...just overall a bitter, resentful, catty cunt who's yet to overcome her "mean girl" phase back in high school because deep down she knows that's when she hit her peak. Sad!

You want a one-sentence summary of the shitshow that was the #ChangeTheChannel saga? Here you go:

"Michaud-senpai, why didn't you answer my calls?!"


Land ska med lag byggas
Jun 23, 2015
Great OP. Allison is a real drama queen. Everywhere she goes, she stir up shit.
Brad has the patience of a saint. If I was in his shoes, I would have gone mental a long time ago with all this drama.
Also, I don't know if it is shitty genes or bad diet or lack of training, but she look awful for her age. As other has said, she look way older.

May 9, 2017
A broad who looks 50, is actually 30, and acts like a 10-year-old. Beautiful.

Lupa is the fucking crazy ex-girlfriend of Channel Autism. Constantly dredging up old shit from the past to stir up drama where there would otherwise be none, rallying up all the people who have had even a minor beef with you for easy attention, screeching on and on about how her gay ops "still weren't enough" to fuck your life up even months and months after the fact, long after you've moved on to other things, even though it managed to destroy everything around you...just overall a bitter, resentful, catty cunt who's yet to overcome her "mean girl" phase back in high school because deep down she knows that's when she hit her peak. Sad!

You want a one-sentence summary of the shitshow that was the #ChangeTheChannel saga? Here you go:

"Michaud-senpai, why didn't you answer my calls?!"

Seeing Lupa post that 19/29 video made me think of this (which is probably a more accurate assessment ) :


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