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Over the summer of 2008, the The Nostalgia Critic put out a search for a female counterpart. After the contest was over, it turned out that counterpart would be none other than Lindsay Ellis a.k.a. TheDudette a.k.a. The Nostalgia Chick. Several episodes have been produced by Lindsay.

The show started out much like that of her male counterpart. The only difference? She reviewed the shows and movies targeted to female audiences since Doug had never watched them growing up. In fact, that was how the search for the Nostalgia Chick began. In August of 2008, Doug got tired of getting requests for shows he never saw since he is a guy. So, a contest was held to find the Nostalgia Chick. Lindsay won and in no time at all, the series began.

After a few episodes, her friends Antonella Inserra and Elisa Hansen, among others, became fixtures of the show itself. Nella in particular is often Lindsay's beleaguered best friend, appearing in videos alongside her friend.

After a few years, the Nostalgia Chick drifted away from acting as a direct female counterpart to the Nostalgia Critic. In the process, she abandoned routines she had previously taken from his series. Her videos now spend more time critiquing the subject than summarizing it. Several of her friends get to shine as original characters. Lindsay also no longer limits herself to girly shows and movies.

As the Nostalgia Chick, Lindsay also teamed with Doug to review "Ferngully: The Last Rainforest" and in the Year One brawl, which celebrated's first birthday, as well as the Kickassia crossover.


Episode Number Name Summary Date Released
Special The Contest Announcement This was the contest that started it all. The Search For The Nostalgia Chick! Tired of people requesting girls' shows and movies, Doug kicked things off with a search for a female counterpart! August 10th, 2008
Special The Crowning Ceremony To settle the three-way tie between TheDudette, ThatChickWithTheGoggles and Marzgurl, The Critic picked TheDudette to win the contest! September 15th, 2008
1 Pocahontas (1995) This was the first Nostalgia Chick review and was the one to get TheDudette onto the site. This was also the first time her "Puppies!" running gag was used. September 16th, 2008
2 Teen Witch (1989) Lindsay was immediately turned off by Louise's selfishness right from the start of the movie. She criticizes the character's messiah complex and in the end feels the movie lacks plot and any resolution. September 20th, 2008
3 Anastasia (1997) The Chick sees this movie as Don Bluth surrendering to the power of Disney. The music and animation were good in her view, though. ThatGuyWithTheGlasses has a guest spot as Rasputin and Lenin. October 6th, 2008)
4 She-Ra: Princess of Power (1985) The Chick laments how the show was just a female version of her popular male counterpart, He-Man, and failed to make a significant impact. She also wasn't a fan of the movie's fake-outs. October 23rd, 2008
5 Hocus Pocus (1993) The Chick feels that this movie teaches children to lose their virginity quickly, which would be unusual for Disney. She also criticizes the witches' acting almost like pedophiles. October 31st, 2008
6 Top 11 Nostalgic Villainesses Lindsay lists the greatest villainesses of all time.

  • 11. Mirage from Aladdin: The Series (1994-1996)
  • 10. Rita Repulsa from Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (1993-1995)
  • 9. Angelica Pickles from Rugrats (1991-2004)
  • 8. Carmen Sandiego from Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego? (1994-1999)
  • 7. Cruella de Vil from One Hundred and One Dalmatians (1961)
  • 6. Mystique from X-Men (1992-1997)
  • 5. Tie between Catwoman, Poison Ivy, and Harley Quinn from Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1995)
  • 4. Ursula from The Little Mermaid (1989)
  • 3. Demona from Gargoyles (1994-1997)
  • 2.Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz (1939)
  • 1.Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty (1959)
November 17th, 2008
7 Spice World (1998) Lindsay accuses the movie of promoting stereotypes and sending out the message that objectifying the opposite sex is fine if it's woman objectifying men. Also, the movie appears to have several sub-plots without having a main plot, constantly injects random scenes that make no sense and basically attempts to portray the Spice Girls as near-gods. Still, the band did promote the ideal that friendship never ends (ironic for a band whose members can't stand to be in the same room together nowadays) and also starred Meat Loaf... much to Lindsay's delight! December 13th, 2008
8 Top 10 Disturbing and Inescapable Christmas Songs The Chick lists her choices for the Top 10 Disturbing and Inescapable Christmas Songs. This was the first times her BFF, Nella, and another friend, Elisa Hansen, made personal appearances.
  • 10. Fairytale of New York (1987)
  • 9. Santa Baby (1953)
  • 8. Please, Daddy (Don't Get Drunk This Christmas) (1975)
  • 7. Dick in a Box (2006)
  • 6. The Twelve Days of Christmas (1842)
  • 5. Grandma Got Run Over by a Reindeer (1979)
  • 4. Baby, It's Cold Outside (1944)
  • 3. The Chipmunk Song (Christmas Don't Be Late) (1958)
  • 2. Do They Know It's Christmas? (1984)
  • 1. The Christmas Shoes (1996)
December 24th, 2008
9 Labyrinth (1986) Despite being entranced by David Bowie, the Chick criticizes Jennifer Connelly's acting ability. This was the first time she used "Big Lipped Alligator Moment" after her and The Nostalgia Critic review of "Ferngully: The Last Rainforest". Overall, she said the movie was lovably weird. March 22th, 2009
10 Thumbelina (1994) Lindsey starts off by looking at the fact that Don Bluth's movies always seem to do well at the box-office at around the same time that Disney is in trouble and vice-versa (you need to count the PIXAR movies too though) and with that, the Chick takes a look at Thumbelina. Annoyed with the main character's pessimism, Lindsay attempts to make sense of this movie as it copies Disney's films in many ways (hell, Thumbelina is voiced by Jodi Benson, who also voiced Ariel in The Little Mermaid). In her view, the movie was just bad! April 25th, 2009
11 The Babysitters Club (1995) A look at the girl-targeted book-series-turned-movie. The Chick comments that series had a pretty genius way to appeal to girls by writing about stereotypical, relatable young women who both make friends and play with children. She notes that the movie goes into no detail at all about how the club was formed and has plenty of subplots instead of one main plot. The Chick finds that Jessie's lines are very cheesy, the subplot of Krissy bonding with her father has some unintentional innuendo, and Stacey's diabetes are treated like its a terminal disease. She also has trouble understanding the rap used to help Claudia with her test and the reasons for giving the greenhouse to the child-hating Mrs. Haberman. She occasionally plays music from Psycho to accompany footage of the children, who she finds more evil than the antagonists. May 12th, 2009
12 Spooning With Spoony Part of the Year One crossover event with Spoony and ThatChickWithTheGoggles. May 18th, 2009 and was part of the Year One crossover event.
13 Top 11 Embarrassing Nostalgic Dance Crazes Lindsay and Nella go over the top 11 Nostalgic and Embarrassing Dance Crazes.

  • 11. Cotton-Eyed Joe (1994)
  • 10. Electric Slide (1976)
  • 9. Hokey Pokey (1940)
  • 8. The Fast Food Song (referred to as "A Pizza Hut") (2003)
  • 7. Jump On It (1996)
  • 6. Cha Cha Slide (1996)
  • 5. Chicken Dance (1963)
  • 4. Achy Breaky Heart (1992)
  • 3. Jump (1984)
  • 2. YMCA (1978)
  • 1. Macarena (1996)
June 5th, 2009
14 Xanadu (1980) The Chick reviews what she thought was a science fiction movie and instead turns into something more dreadful. Not so much full of Big Lipped Alligator Moments, but rather the whole thing could be considered a Big Lipped Alligator Movie. June 13th, 2009
15 Spooning With Spoony Bloopers Bloopers from Spooning With Spoony. Because the viewers asked for it! June 20th, 2009
16 Transformers (1984-1990) Lindsay reviews the phenomenon of Transformers from their rise in the 1980s to today. The Critic also cameos. The review accumulates in a review of the 1986 Transformers movie. June 27th, 2009
17 Armageddon (1998) Awakening from a bad movie coma after seeing Revenge of the Fallen, Lindsay takes a look at "Armageddon" starring Bruce Willis. Notable for it's extremely racist opening scene, the high amount of scientific errors it contains, the fact that neither Ben Affleck nor Liv Tyler can act, and for the fact that the movie actually goes rapidly downhill once the protagonists blast into space. September 9th, 2009
18 Armageddon (1998) Part 2 The second part of her review of Armageddon goes over the plot and more explosions. By the end, she admits it feels good to review boy stuff. So, she begins to frolic in a meadow when NC himself ambushes her! September 25th, 2009
19 Bratz (2007) The Critic exacts his revenge on the Chick by keeping her in his basement and forces her to watch the 2007 Bratz movie. She endures the movie and tries to find a way out at the same time. Eventually, she reviewed the film and found the movie to be a landmark in bad movies for kids. October 9th, 2009
20 Mulan (1998) Donning the glasses again, Lindsay takes on a movie she admits she likes. Although, it does suffer from a few things like sidekickitis, and some historical things are wrong like what happened in Pocahontas. October 24th, 2009
21 Extemporaneous Last Unicorn (1980) Lindsay and her friend, Lauren take a hike in the woods and discuss "The Last Unicorn" and review it while on a search for the creature. November 13th, 2009
22 Earth Girls Are Easy (1988) Lindsay takes a look at the Comedy Central staple where young Damon Wayons and Jim Carrey starred alongside Jeff Goldblum. She takes a look at the movie and says it wasn't all bad and lamented how aliens are still cool and wanted to be with them. But she describes it as a Julie Brown vanity project and criticizes the moral of the story. December 4th, 2009
23 Disney Princesses 'Disney Princess' used to be a term, then some executive at Disney decided there was money to be made and turned it into a brand. NChick looks at princesses over the years from Snow White to women in Disney movies who may or may not be considered princesses (for instance, Mulan is included and Alice sometimes makes the line-up despite not being a princess, yet Kida and Eilonwy are princesses and are no-where to be found). She examined their popularity and how they are now with all the merchandise they are on. December 13th, 2009
24 Beauty and the Beast Enchanted Christmas What's Christmas without Beauty and the Beast? Lindsay looks at the Disney story. One of the first Disney sequels, the Chick looks at how exceptionally poor this film is, the major problem being that it is neither a sequel nor a prequel; the events take place during the events of the first film, thereby robbing it of any tension it may have had. The Chick notes that despite Beauty and the Beast being one of her favourite films she was unable to watch it for a year after seeing The Enchanted Christmas, and ends the review with the lesson that if you really like a certain Disney film, it's probably a good idea to give the sequel a miss. December 25th, 2009
25 Dragonheart (1996) Take Sean Connery plus a dragon and you get something that kicks ass, right? Sadly no as Lindsay found that not even that could save a movie full of bad acting. Even if it had Sean Connery voicing one of the first CGI creations on film. January 9th, 2010
26 The Smurfette Principle Lindsay talks about the history of female characters in animation in the United States. January 29th, 2010
27 Titanic (1997) With Avatar overtaking the record set for highest-grossing film by Titanic, NChick decides to look back at the story of the doomed lovers aboard the sinking ship, the success of the movie and its director, James Cameron. Oh, and she also looks at female leads in movies. February 13th, 2010
28 My Little Pony Boys had He-Man and Transformers, girls had My Little Pony... sometimes life just isn't fair. Also featuring a story by Nella! February 26th, 2010
29 Showgirls Begins Showgirls! Better known as the film which destroyed Elizabeth Berkley's career, Lindsay decides to take a look at the story of a Nomi Malone (get it?), who travels to Las Vegas to be a stripper and seediness ensues. Of course, since doesn't allow nudity or graphic scenes, Lindsay's got Team NChick to help her act some some parts of the film. March 24th, 2010
30 Showgirls The Revenge Back to Showgirls, where everybody's got AIDS and shit. Team NChick take on the rest of the movie. And use creative censors! April 8th, 2010
31 Blonde Girls Now and Then, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Ke$ha Blonde pop stars then and now! May 7th, 2010
32 Ever After Cinderella stories over the years. May 28th, 2010
33 Grease NChick takes a look at Grease, and wonders what makes it a classic despite containing so many flaws. Meanwhile, Elisa becomes the Makeover Fairy for the first time, and tries as hard as she can to makeover Nella. June 4th, 2010
34 Dune Lindsay tries to make sense out of this strange sci-fi movie. At least it has Patrick Stewart! And Sting!

Note: This episode was removed from TGWTG after Lindsay's viewers gave strong backlash/she developed a particular bad taste for the episode, admitting she had filmed it while drunk and didn't understand or give the movie proper credit.

July 4th, 2010
35 Hercules Hercules... looks pretty, but isn't considered a Disney classic. NChick takes a look at why. July 30th, 2010
36 Playing God Lindsay brings SCIENCE!!! Doctors Tease and Block guest-star for the first time. August 20th, 2010
37 Special: Inside the NChick Labs With the newest season or NChick approaching, BFF Nella and the NChick team prepare by discussing MacGuffins, how to spot an evil person by the color of their clothing and, most importantly, not mentioning the Rape Rap. November 20th, 2010
38 Man in the Iron Mask Lindsay is back with a Malkovich review that will Malkovich even the Malkovich Malkovich Malkovich... December 3rd, 2010
39 Dreamworks Vs. Disney: Rise of the Eyebrow See the origins of their epic rivalry in part 1! December 17th, 2010
40 Disney Vs. Dreamworks: Dualing While Dreamworks might have finally found an identity distinct from Disney and Pixar, can we ever forgive them for the Will Smith Fish? December 24th, 2010
41 The Fifth Element Dissect the plot elements with Lindsay in The Fifth Element, the weirdest normal movie (or the most normal weird movie?) ever made.

Note: This epiosde was removed from TGWTG a year after it's release. Lindsey admitted to also hating this episode in it's execution and how it talked about the movie. As well as the inclusion of the actor who played the Macguffin Man (another reason the Dune video was taken down) who was an associate of Lindsey who wanted screentime in her videos she admits she shouldn't of given any.

January 21st, 2011
42 Kirk Vs. Picard Lindsay and Nella engage in the ultimate nerd debate since time in memoriam to finally come to a conclusion; who was the greatest captain of the Enterprise? February 4th, 2011
Special Trailer: The Dark Nella Saga Trailer: A very nerdy, formerly beleaguered dark force rises... February 11th, 2011
43 X-Men: The Animated Series Even though her BFF Nella has died in a tragic ladder accident, Lindsay trudges on by reviewing one of the most nostalgic shows ever (for her, anyway). February 18th, 2011
44 Top Ten Evil Nostalgic Characters Dark Nella returns to exact revenge on our heroes! How will they combat this quasi dimensional cosmic being?! March 5th, 2011
45 Disaster Movies of Roland Emmerich Part 1 While Dark Nella exacts her revenge on major cities and well-known landmarks of the United States, Lindsay takes a look back at the disaster movies of auteur, Roland Emmerich. March 19th, 2011
46 Disaster Movies of Roland Emmerich Part 2 An episode what had to be broken into two parts because there's just so much to say on the likes of Independence Day and 2012! Also chase scenes in high heels and impractically skimpy dresses. March 26th, 2011
47 The Craft Science faltered in the battle against Dark Nella, so the ladies turn to magick (with a k) with The Craft, the film embodiment of your teenage "witch phase." You had one. Admit it. April 9th, 2011
49 Tron Dark Nella is disgusted by the nerdiest of all nerd schlock, Tron, and intends to destroy it. You know, before she destroys everything else. April 30th, 2011
50 Newsies The Dark Nella finale is here! Lindsay examines Newsies, arguably Disney's most well-known non-animated musical (starring a then-young Christian Bale), about the horrors of child labor at the turn of the century; a silly movie that nonetheless makes the fangirls... squee. May 13th, 2011
51 Les Miserables The Musical Lindsay takes a look at that most massive of stage musicals, Les Miserables, both making JewWario miserable in the process and inspiring the Nostalgia Critic, Obscurus Lupa, Phelous and many others to sing along! June 4th, 2011
52 Jem and the Holograms Lindsay gets an 80s makeover in the theme of Jem, the Holograms and the Misfits. It's outrageous. Truly, truly, truly outrageous. June 18th, 2011
53 The Little Mermaid For those that don't know, Lindsay hates The Little Mermaid. I mean, she REALLY hates it. But what justification does she have for despising the Disney movie that was so popular that it kicked off the Disney Renaissance? (Lindsay would rather credit Roger Rabbit with that achievement, though.) Nella and Elisa bring together Obscurus Lupa, MarzGurl, PushinUpRoses and Diamanda Hagan and hold an intervention to try and bring her round to their way of thinking and make her part of their world. July 10, 2011
Special Improvised Singing and Outtakes from Jem See what went into making the Jem review! July 12th, 2011
54 Grease 2 Lindsay details Paramount's failed attempt at a Grease franchise. Meanwhile, the Makeover Fairy tries as hard as she can to makeover ToddInTheShadows, the object of Lindsay's affections. July 15th, 2011
Special Captain America Team Nostalgia Chick, ToddInTheShadows and Obscurus Lupa sit down to talk about seeing the new Marvel mega blockbuster July 22nd, 2011
Special The Spider-Man Musical Review Spider-Man: Turn off the Dark, the the most infamous disaster on Broadway since the Titanic Musical! Lindsay, Todd and Lupa speak talk about their reactions after seeing the performance. From the good songs to the bad, to the pretty shaky reasoning as to why Peter becomes a hero, to the fact that the Green Goblin is (and always was) the Best Damn Thing about the show. MY BAAAAABY! July 30th, 2011
55 TLC and the '90s Lindsay looks back at a band from her childhood, TLC, from their humble beginnings as a band that was best known for promoting safe sex into a highly successful serious girl group that didn't have to shout 'Girl Power' to become famous. She also takes an emotional look at the death of the band's most famous member, Lisa 'Left-Eye' Lopes, and the feelings that were brought back up with the recent death of Amy Winehouse. August 6th, 2011
56 Top 10 Songs About Fucking From Musicals Inspired by the classic songs about bumping uglies from Grease 2, Lindsay counts down her top ten songs about doin' it from the stage and screen!

  • 10. "Sodomy" - Hair
  • 9. "Beneath a Moonless Sky" - Love Never Dies
  • 8. "Touch-a, Touch-a, Touch Me" - The Rocky Horror Picture Show
  • 7. Spring Awakening
  • 6. "Lovely Ladies" - Les Miserables
  • 5. "Loud as the Hell You Want" - Avenue Q
  • 4. "Ain't There Anyone Here for Love" - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
  • 3. "El Tango de Roxanne" - Moulin Rouge
  • 2. "Two Ladies" - Cabaret
  • 1. "Point of No Return" - Phantom of the Opera
August 13th, 2011
57 She's All That The Chick takes a look at the penultimate makeover movie of the nineties, teaching us that every nerdy girl needs a makeover, even when you're already as flawless as Rachel Leigh Cook. At the end of the video, the Makeover Fairy informs The Chick that she does not review many girly things anymore, so she promises to rectify this with reviews of every Meg Ryan movie ever made! August 27th, 2011
58 Sleepless in Seattle vs. When Harry Met Sally As the onslaught of Meg Ryan romantic comedies begins, the question is begged: What IS a chick flick, anyway? Lindsay tries to answer by examining two of Ryan's most popular movies: When Harry Met Sally, which actually has both male and female fans, and Sleepless in Seattle, which several males (including ToddInTheShadows) would prefer to skip. September 10th, 2011
Special Three Years Later Commentary on Pocahontas After three years on TGWTG, Lindsay talks about those three years while taking a look back at her very first review for the Nostalgia Chick contest, Pocahontas. September 13th, 2011
59 You've Got Mail You've got product placement!! The Chick takes a look at the Meg Ryan/Tom Hanks romcom with guest appearances by Visa, Starbucks, and AOL to name a few.

September 18th, 2011

60 City of Angels Here, The Chick struggles to define City of Angels. Is it a thought provoking drama? Contrived and cheap Hollywood schlock? Or simply a venue to show us Nicolas Cage's sex face? September 24th, 2011
61 Kate & Leopold The Chick's wade through Meg Ryan's filmography comes to an end! Now, she must discuss the ridiculousness of a lordly Hugh Jackman coming from the past to court Meg Ryan. This could the most gratuitous, idiotic movie ever made be- wait... fresh, creamery butter? Hugh Jackman's charm could redeem this movie in the eyes of girls and boys alike! October 1st, 2011
62 Cruel Intentions Back in the late nineties, a lot of classic literature was remade with teenages, and the Chick takes a look at what was probably the worst that could be chosen to set in high school. A remake of a remake of Dangerous Liasions (that became well-known partly due to a lesbian kiss in the middle), Lindsay looks at the acting... in particular, the fact that Sarah Michelle Gellar cannot play a three-dimensional villain. After comparing the film to its predecessor, the Chick states that Cruel Intentions isn't a terrible film but is a pretty shallow remake with no real effort put into it. October 9th, 2011
63 Lion King The beloved, not-so beloved, much griped-about Disney classic has been rereleased in 3D! But does the 3D add anything that wasn't already there, and is the Lion King really as great as we remember? October 23rd, 2011
64 The Worst Witch The bar is set for low standards for kids films. Guest starring the Nostalgia Critic as a fffffabulous Tim Curry impersonator. October 30th, 2011
65 Crossroads Todd and the Chick team up to review Crossroads, a Britney Spears vehicle that was made just as her career was starting to hit the skids. Together they find out what happens when a coming-of-age film/vanity project tries to handle tough issues like parental abandonment, date rape, teenage pregnancy, adoption and miscarriage and fails completely... November 13th, 2011
66 Top Ten Disney Deaths

A frivolous and silly countdowns of some of the more creatively gruesome life hazards of characters in Disney movies!

  • 10. Getting Shot (Tarzan, Pocahontas, and Bambi)
  • 9. Hanging (Tarzan)
  • 8. Electrocution (Oliver and Company)
  • 7. Sucked Into Hell (The Princess and the Frog, The Hunchback of Notre Dame, Hercules, and The Black Cauldron)
  • 6. Exploding (Atlantis: The Lost Empire, Toy Story, Mulan, Oliver and Company, and The Little Mermaid)
  • 5. Getting Crushed (Hercules, Mulan, and The Princess and the Frog)
  • 4. Impaling (Sleeping Beauty and The Little Mermaid)
  • 3. Eaten Alive (Finding Nemo, A Bug's Life, Tarzan, and The Lion King)
  • 2. Gravity (Too many to list, though The Chick draws particular attention to Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
  • 1. The Dip (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)

Honorable Mentions:

  • Skull crack (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • Evaporating into dust (Tangled)
  • Getting sucked into a jet engine (The Incredibles)
  • Becoming a crystal and destroyed by a helicopter blade, or something like that (Atlantis: The Lost Empire)
November 20th, 2011
67 A Very N'Sync Christmas Join Lindsay with a look back at the N'Sync Christmas album, featuring voyeuristic Santas and many cheap, rushed Christmas-themed love songs. December 4th, 2011
68 The Christmas Shoes How God Stole Christmas. Also, those shoes are hideous. December 10th, 2011
69 Daria The Nostalgia Chick takes a look at the classic MTV show was also noted by Doug Walker to be his favourite television show ever (until he went and watched Avatar). Lindsay takes a look at Daria's origins as a side-character on Beavis and Butt-head, her dry and possibly condescending personality, her relationships with her family and friends, Two particular subjects that are examined are Daria's friendship with Jane (which is considered by Lindsay and many others to be the strongest aspect of the show) and her relationship with Tom in the final season (in particular, the fact that Daria essentially stole him from Jane who got over it afterwards). In the end, Lindsay declares Daria to be a excellent show for its time with only a couple of dud episodes and a satisfying finale.  December 18th, 2011
70 Top Ten Worst Disney Sequels

Remember how Disney supplied us with an endless stream of inferior sequels, prequels and interquels, ruining our classic memories answering questions no-one asked? Yes! Well, Lindsay takes a look her personal top (or should that be bottom) ten Worst Disney Sequels:

  • 10. Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure
  • 9. Tarzan II
  • 8. Return to Never Land
  • 7. Cinderella II: Dreams Come True
  • 6. The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
  • 5. The Fox and the Hound 2
  • 4. The Hunchback of Notre Dame II
  • 3. Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas
  • 2. Atlantis: Milo's Return
  • 1. Belle's Magical World
December 30th, 2011
71 Top Five LEAST Awful Disney Sequels

Let's make one thing clear, these are not the best Disney sequels. Rather these are the Disney sequels that Lindsay found to be most tolerable.

  • Honorable Mentions: The Rescuers Down Under, Mulan II, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride.
  • 5. Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World
  • 4. The Return of Jafar
  • 3. Brother Bear 2
  • 2. Aladdin and the King of Thieves
  • 1. Cinderella III: A Twist in Time
January 15th, 2012
72 What Women Want A misogynist hot shot ad exec gains the power to hear women's thoughts. I bet this will be an insight into the female psyche the likes of which we've never seen. January 29th, 2012
73 Top Ten "Hottest" Animated Guys

...yeah. Here ya go.

  • 10. Claude Frollo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • 9. Prince Eric (The Little Mermaid)/Goliath (Gargoyles)
  • 8. Batman/Bruce Wayne (Batman: The Animated Series)
  • 7. Trent Lane (Daria)
  • 6. Li Shang (Mulan)
  • 5. Tuxedo Mask (Sailor Moon)
  • 4. The Beast/The Prince (Beauty and the Beast)
  • 3. Gambit (X-Men: The Animated Series)
  • 2. Dimitri (Anastasia)
  • 1. Aladdin (Aladdin)
February 12th, 2012
74 Song of the South Unfairly maligned lovable family story, or Disney's most offensively racist mistake? Surprisingly, it's neither. February 19th, 2012
75 The Adventures of Milo and Otis Lindsay distracts you from footage of cute animals in distress. With more footage of cute animals (in distress). Warning: Not for the faint of heart! March 3rd, 2012
76 The Lorax A somber fellow who speaks for the Truffula trees, coming this spring, he sells big SUVs! March 11th, 2012
77 The Sister Act Movies Whoopi Goldberg spins the world of these cloistered but loveable nuns and their downtrodden, inner city students... with urban gangsta flava! March 25th, 2012
78 Baby Whatever - Nostalgic Baby Dolls How do you sell many different takes on the same peeing, pooping, crying, crawling, peeing, eating, and peeing thing? You gotta have a gimmick! April 21st, 2012
79 Lindsay's Top Ten Guilty Pleasure Movies of Shame

Lindsay goes over her top ten guilty pleasure movies, in rank of how embarrassed she is to like them. Let's face it, we all have them.

  • 10. Battlefield Earth
  • 9. Showgirls
  • 8. Independence Day
  • 7. Every Meg Ryan Movie (1993-2001)
  • 6. Hercules
  • 5. Om Shanti Om
  • 4. Alien Vs. Predator
  • 3. 2012
  • 2. Transformers
  • 1. How the Grinch Stole Christmas
April 26th, 2012
80 The Chipmunk Adventure Before the live-action films, Alvin and the Chipmunks had a feature-length animated adventure. Lindsay teams up with the Nostalgia Critic to review the ultimate battle of Boys vs. Girls! April 28th, 2012
81 Freddy Got Fingered Could a film featuring Tom Green wearing a dead deer, spraying Rip Torn with elephant semen, jerking off a horse and swinging a newborn baby by the umbilical cord actually be considered art? Lindsay teams up with Oancitizen to find out. May 5th, 2012
82 Will Smith Month: Men in Black Here come the Men in Black, galaxy defenders... and also its terrible, disappointment of a sequel. May 13th, 2012
83 WSM: Wild Wild West Looking at the moment that Jon Peters finally managed to get a giant spider into a movie. May 20th, 2012
Special Freddy Got Fingered Bloopers Some outtakes from the review that ultimately became a real sausagefest. May 26th, 2012
84 Will Smith Was a Rapper, Once... A look back on the highly influential and surprisingly long rap career of one Willard Smith, filled with woos, hahas, what whats and uhhs. Featuring the resident rap expert. (Oh, and Rap Critic is in it, too.) June 3rd, 2012
Special How to Make This Series A documentary-style romp over several months of making Nostalgia Chick episodes. June 9th, 2012
85 The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air Lindsay wraps up Will Smith month with Will's television roots of funky dances and getting tossed out of large houses, featuring the black nerd expert, the Black Nerd. June 16th, 2012
86 Top Boy Bands from the 90's

After a facebook poll, Lindsay reports the democratically ranked, ultra diverse group that were... 90's boybands. Just like on TRL. EEEEEE!!!

  • 10. LFO
  • 9. 5ive
  • 8. 2gether
  • 7. 98 Degrees
  • 6. NKOTB
  • 5. Take That
  • 4. Hanson
  • 3. Boyz II Men
  • 2. N'Sync
  • 1. Backstreet Boys
June 28th, 2012
87 Lindsay's Top Eleven Favorite Movies of All Time (this week) Lindsay attempts to scrape together a top eleven list of her favorite movies of all time... for now. Hope ya like sociopolitical themes tied in with fantastical elements!

  • (Honorable Mention: The Incredibles)
  • 11. Blazing Saddles
  • 10. Sita Sings the Blues
  • 9. Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring
  • 8. 25th Hour
  • 7. Kiss Kiss Bang Bang
  • 6. Who Framed Roger Rabbit
  • 5. The Iron Giant
  • 4. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind
  • 3. Princess Mononoke
  • 2. Pan's Labyrinth [Spanish Version]
  • 1. Wall-E
July 15th, 2012
88 All Dogs Go To Heaven Fun Don Bluth movie with talking, singing dogs, or the most profound spiritual parable of our time? You decide. Oh, and a big lipped alligator or something. July 23rd, 2012
Special Making a Web Series, Part Two - The Technical Crap In response to some frequently asked questions about cameras, microphones, editing systems and all sorts of fun technical crap, here is an episode on the technical crap. July 26th, 2012
89 Ender's Game What does Orson Scott Card and Chick-Fil-A have in common? Tender and flakey breast meat. And oddly hardline stances on gay marriage that may or may not be good for business. July 29th, 2012
90 Supergirl The Chick and Linkara take a look at the first major female superhero movie ever, the 1984 flop Supergirl. She fights for truth, justice, and with the villain over some random guy she just met. Girl power! August 4th, 2012
91 Cool Runnings Lindsay looks back on the very best in inspirational Olympic movies in which athletes from a tropical island nation find out that ice is slippery! August 12th, 2012
92 The Worst and Least Awful Female Superhero Movies Who says there are no decent superhero movies with female protagonists? Actually, Chick does. Because there aren't any. :( August 21st, 2012
93 Charlie's Angels Lindsay reviews the 2000 film Charlie's Angels while wearing a burqa. (Nella's note; it's not actually a burqa, it's a niqab.) August 28th, 2012
94 Cutthroat Island Just in time for International Geena Davis Day, take a trip back with one of the greatest (and least-remembered) box office disasters of all time, Cutthroat Island! September 19th, 2012
95 Top Ten Viral Videos from the Ancient Internet (before YouTube) Lindsay goes back to the DSL and dial-up age, a time when flash cartoons roamed free, surreal randomness was the Internet buzzword, and when non-English-speakers dancing cheesily was the best thing ever. (Okay, some things don't really change). September 27th, 2012
96 Reality Bites Shut the f*** up, 1994. October 4th, 2012
97 Matilda Lindsay enlists the help of her undead neighbor, Mara Wilson, to take a look back on why people still adore Danny DeVito's 1996 film, Matilda, all while ducking Mara's infernal rage. October 11th, 2012
Special Matilda Commentary Lindsay and Mara talk about the making of this episode and answer burning questions about metaethics, color correction and the tragic inevitability of puberty. October 25th, 2012
98 Sleepy Hollow A look at the spooooky Tim Burton film, filled with spoooky fake blood, spooooky blue filter and spooooky Christopher Walken. October 27th, 2012
99 Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring Up until 2001, the fantasy genre had no mega-successful, money chugging, critical darling film franchise to its name. Up steps a portly kiwi man with a beard and a penchant for splatter horror. Part 1 of 3. January 4th, 2013
100 Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers The middle chapter of one of the most ambitious film adaptations of all time; where did it soar, and where did it fall apart like an orc running an Olympic torch into a pile of bombs? And why are you such a jerk, Faramir? January 13th, 2013
101 Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (Part 1) The beginning of the end brings the beginning of the end of so many questions... like who SHOULD Eowyn have ended up with? And will Samwise ever get help for his deep, troublesome anger problems? January 26th, 2013
102 Lord of the Rings: Return of the King (Part 2) And now the most important discussion one can have regarding the Lord of the Rings films, gay hobbits. Featuring special gay hobbit guest Rantasmo. February 1st, 2013
103 Return to Me Remember that romantic comedy David Duchovny did? That involved organ transplants? No? Well, happy Valentine's Day anyway. February 9th, 2013
104 Disney Needs More Gay Lindsay and her new sassy gay friend Rantasmo take a look at the Disney company's subtle but complex relationship to the gay community... gurrrrrrrrrlllll! March 6th, 2013
105 Top 10 Music Videos of the 90s How many music 90's-related listicles has Buzzfeed done by now? All of them? Well, who cares, I like music videos; here are Lindsay's favorites from that decade we're all sick of being nostalgic about.

  • 10. (tie) "Ava Adore" - The Smashing Pumpkins
  • 10. (tie) "Amish Paradise" - Weird Al Yankovic
  • 9. "Smack My Bitch Up" - The Prodigy
  • 8. "Around the World" - Daft Punk
  • 7. "Freak on a Leash" - Korn
  • 6. "Let Forever Be" - The Chemical Brothers
  • 5. "Push It" - Garbage
  • 4. "Intergalactic" - Beastie Boys
  • 3. "I'd Do Anything For Love (But I Won't Do That)" - Meat Loaf
  • 2. "Everybody (Backstreet's Back)" - Backstreet Boys
  • 1. "Tonight, Tonight" - The Smashing Pumpkins
April 28th, 2013
106 The Addams Family Lindsey marks her comeback with the film that really launched the '90s quirky TV nostalgia film trend. August 21st, 2013
107 The Mortal Instruments & YA Adaptations Yes, The Mortal Instruments, the last in a string in YA adaptations, flopped. Yes, it was terrible. But that's not necessarily the book's fault. August 30th, 2013
108 Addams Family Values In which succubus gold diggers want Uncle Fester's money (again), and Wednesday will take no more of your shit. September 20th, 2013
Special Worst Movies of 2013 First is the worst, second is the best, third is the... I didn't think this out properly.

  • 10. Oz the Great and Powerful
  • 9. The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
  • 8. Star Trek Into Darkness
  • 7. Epic
  • 6. The Lone Ranger
  • 5. After Earth
  • 4. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty
  • 3. The Host
  • 2. The Fifth Estate
  • 1. Man of Steel
January 17th, 2014
Special Best Movies of 2013 That Tam Honks and Umberto Cabbagepatch had a pretty good year.

  • 10. Frozen
  • 9. Thor: The Dark World
  • 8. The Heat
  • 7. Captain Phillips and Saving Mr. Banks
  • 6. Blackfish and We Steal Secrets: The Story of Wikileaks
  • 5. Fruitvale Station
  • 4. Gravity
  • 3. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  • 1. 12 Years a Slave (tie)
  • 1. Dallas Buyers Club (tie)

Honorable Mentions:

  • Pacific Rim
  • White House Down
  • The World's End and This Is the End
  • The Great Gatsby
  • The Wolverine
January 23rd, 2014
109 Dante's Peak vs. Volcano Between charisma black hole Pierce Brosnan, human meat shield Tommy Lee Jones, the end of racism and silly heroic sacrifices, volcano movies have so much to offer. February 25th, 2014
Special Vlog - Pompeii & Volcano Bingo With help from Twitter, Lindsay and Nella cobble together volcano tropes for a bingo card (in a very loud bar), and then share the results with the new film, critical darling Pompeii. February 28th, 2014
110 Nostalgic Foods of Yore feat. Mara Wilson Lindsay, Nella, and special guest Mara Wilson take a trip down memory lane with some terrible and terrible for you food they ate as children (and only as children). March 12th, 2014
111 Divergent & the YA Movies of 2013 So Divergent's out, so let's do a quick rundown of all the many, many YA movies that came out last year, generalize a bunch and speculate on what's to come, shall we? March 25th, 2014
112 The Day After Tomorrow Roland Emmerich wanted to make a big political statement with a disaster movie. It's ... adorable? March 28th, 2014
113 Independence Day vs. War of the Worlds Part 1 It's the 90's vs. the 00's in the epic battle of alien invasion movies! April 10th, 2014
114 Independence Day vs. War of the Worlds Part 2 How does War of the Worlds, despite being so awesome, suck so much? April 18th, 2014
115 True Lies James Cameron had some feelings about women and minorities and made himself a big dumb movie. June 18th, 2014


On November 6th, 2011, Lindsay released a new "sub-series" called "NChick Shorts!" This series focuses on different animated shorts from her childhood.

Episode Number Name Summary Date Released
1 The Goddess of Spring Lindsay begins a new (sub) series looking at animation history through the best lens possible; over-the-top, melodramatic animated shorts! First up, Disney's Silly Symphony of "Hades" and "Persephone", the Goddess of Spring! November 6th, 2011
2 Betty Boop in Minnie the Moocher Betty Boop's most famous cartoon was a cautionary tale about how hard drugs ruin lives sung by a ghost-walrus. Hi-de-hi-de-ho! January 22nd, 2012
3 Der Fuhrer's Face Lindsay takes a look at a Donald Duck cartoon with the simple moral that Nazis suck! April 8th, 2012
4 Red Hot Riding Hood A look back at Tex Avery's red hot reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood, wherein the Big Bad Wolf learns that No Means No. September 12th, 2012
5 Coal Black and de Sebben Dwarfs Eli Whitney's Cotton Gin...? November 15th, 2012

Loose Canon

On September 18th, 2014, Lindsay started a segment called "Loose Cannon" where she looks at some of her favorite characters from shows and/or movies.

Episode Number Name Summary Date Released
1 Starscream For the thirtieth anniversary of the original G1 Transformers cartoon, look back at the the thirty year history of the... most *memorable* of the Decepticons. September 18th, 2014
2 Hades, Lord of the Underworld Of all Greek gods, few have gotten such a facelift over the years and various interpretation than poor, maligned Hades. January 21st, 2015
3 Wicked Witch Of The West The Wicked Witch of the West is the ultimate archetype for the modern witch, so everyone wants to their own version of her. Too bad MGM holds the copyright to the one everyone knows. March13th, 2015
4 Captain America Steve Rogers: Perfect Human. April 19th, 2015
5 Death No synopsys given. TBA

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