The popular internet personality, who has over 3.4 million followers on the platform at the time of writing, took a moment away from PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds during his May 8 stream to take a look at what other people were streaming.
However, once he noticed that the other streamers weren't livestreaming with the same speed, violence, and momentum that his fans have become accustomed to, he decided to have a bit of a joke about it in yet another classic Doc sketch.
Switching into a jokey voice, the streamer started to flick through the streams on the Twitch landing page, sarcastically promoting each of them.
"Hey guys, we're doing another Twitch Rivals here. We'll play Magic: The Gathering, total of ten thousand viewers, that's a great idea. Let's put a lot of production and money into that, put it right onto the front page. That's fantastic."
After taking a few moments to look at some of the IRL content on the home screen, he continued his hilarious impersonation of a Twitch promoter - if that's what you could call it.
"Right over here we've got a game that nobody in the world cares about," he said, hovering over a stream of Shadowrun with 8,600 viewers.
There was one stream which Dr Disrespect did break his tone, claiming to have "respect" for somebody streaming Mario Kart 8, but generally viewers could sense that he was very much underwhelmed by the content presented on the Twitch landing page.
"That right there, ladies and gentlemen, is why the Twitch platform is numero uno in the streaming world" he said, to conclude the sarcastic sketch.
Nobody knows sarcasm like the Two-Time knows sarcasm.
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