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However, due to continuing issues, Walker decided to leave You Tube altogether and create the website That Guy With The Glasses with webmaster Mike Michaud.
That Guy with the Glasses was launched in April 2008.
He first appeared on the web on You Tube, posting several satirical video reviews of films and other media entertainment of the past and present.
Initially, Walker viewed making the videos as a side hobby, rarely interacting with his fans and did not reveal his real name until a video responding to the Northern Illinois University shooting.
While discussing his current tour with the Beach Boys, the iconic heartthrob and part-time drummer, 52, let it slip that he has a special lady in his life after years of bachelorhood.
"Of all the things I get to do in my life, that is my all-time favorite thing,” Stamos said of touring with the famed band.
"They're really cool, they're older gentlemen but they're super hip to social media.” Then he dropped the relationship bomb.
[and attract audiences] to the endless options of online video." According to Walker, "these people are cheap to get because we are happy to see any amount of money." Channel Awesome's ability to attract a significant audience with a low expenditure was proclaimed to be having an effect on video entertainment production.
That Guy with the Glasses previously hosted fellow channels by Bar Fiesta beginning in November 2009, Blistered Thumbs beginning in November 2010.
As of May 2015, Channel Awesome currently hosts a You Tube channel of the same name with an emphasis on the Walker Brothers' content, as well as the You Tube channel League of Super Critics that includes several of the site's other top producers.
Walker had previously posted his videos on You Tube, but they were repeatedly removed for copyright infringement.
The website was home to several series starring Walker, including 5 Second Movies (hyper-edited feature films), Nostalgia Critic ("comedic" "recaps" of bad movies), Ask That Guy with the Glasses (a comedy question and answer show) and Bum Reviews (humorous plot summaries of theatrical releases).