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Douchey McNitpick (played by Doug Walker) is the Nostalgia Critic's most obnoxious fan. He has seen each of the Nostalgia Critic's videos at least 37 times. He appears in all three Top 11 Nostalgia Critic F*ckups lists, pointing out the critic's mistakes. He also appears at the end of the Old vs New: Willy Wonka episode toying with the critic (a homage to an old Daffy Duck cartoon), in Linkara's "Top 15 Screw-Ups of AT4W" to point out that the format was already used by the Nostalgia Critic, in The Nostalgia Chick's review of The Fifth Element to argue about the concept of MacGuffin, and in the Christmas special You're a Rotten Dirty Bastard as a praising fan of the alternate reality Nostalgia Critic, played by Spoony. As of the second fuck up video, he lives with his mother. He made cameos in Ernest Scared Stupid, Little Nemo, and You're a Rotten Dirty Bastard.
He appeared in AT4W in "Comic Book Advertisements" to yet again blame Linkara of ripping off The Nostalgia Critic, this time being attacked by Linkara's spaceship.
He also has a filthy mind since he masturbates to pictures of the "Green M&M" and orders videos called "Midgets gone wild" and once said that his world is nothing but Pornography (And World of Warcraft)
He apparently also is into witchcraft since he once tried to put a curse on the Nostalgia Critic by waving a skull back and forth.
His mother's name is apparently Phyllis.
In "The Review Must Go On", he was shown to have become the Nostalgia Critic's replacement in the Plot Hole, keeping the universe stable by nitpicking every mistake.
Douchey is an internet troll with long, unkempt hair, a white shirt and big glasses. He also wears corsets and other old clothings (his mother asked him where he wanted the corset).