NC's version of Bay's personality is...
Making his debut here, we see a parody of how Bay began his work in Hollywood.
Bay appears after The Nostalgia Critic and The Blockbuster Buster review and try to destroy the movie. When they were fighting Bay stops them. he was upset about them hating his fourth Transformers movie, he then takes a minute and comes back because he forgot what he was going to say. Nostalgia Critic and Erod (Blockbuster Buster's Actual Name) interrupt Bay and try to destroy him. Erod couldn't do it because Linkara said that if he lunges out violently, he's no better than Bay. Critic shoots Bay in the face and it's revealed that Bay was a Pretender, which is a Human Transformer. Bay tries to kill Critic and Erod but Critic grabs a chair that he used on Erod when he rants about the logic of the movie. When Bay was knocked on the chair he rants and gets electrocuted and then Erod used his Orange Blade and destroys Bay and the Film. Erod said that Bay is Destroyed for now until someone rebuilds him.
Bay appears on the TV screen of NC and Curiosa's car, calling himself the "Master of Action" and describing his way of making action movies, completely unlike the way Mad Max: Fury Road was made.
Bay appears upon watching several clips of the film and seeing the reactions of the Aww Girls (who are huge fans of the movie). Bay, realizing there's a formula for the kids movie, decides to have his next projects be targeted for kids, calling Transformers his most adult work after NC claims he already made a movie for kids.
Bay appears alongside Zack Snyder (played by Walter Banasiak), defending their schtick of making their movies PG-13 instead of making them R-rated. Suddenly, NC, who has spent all the review trying to find another new major horror crossover, finds one with Snyder and Bay, who both have made movies that contain lots of explosions and scenes of wanton destruction, lack of effort in the script writing, and not having a good story or characters, yet the end results end up becoming a huge hit.
NC has reviewed one movie that Bay directed, Pearl Harbor, and has also done short reviews of Bay's Transformers series, and has reviewed three movies that Bay produced, The Purge, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and its sequel.