I'm fairly sure that just about anything you want to find, you can find on YouTube. Problem is, you have to wade through pages of crap to get at it.
Why? It's because people think that adding a white-on-blue fading caption in Windows Movie Maker, filming something from the TV on your phone camera and reversing a few frames counts as a "production".
Also, why does YouTube not have a minimum length for videos? If I'm looking for something that has a catchphrase in, chances are I want more than the catchphrase. A case in point: "worst episode ever" (it's not even the full sentence)!
Back when I produced the Back of the (Inter)net podcast - a sport show on the Internet, of all things -we used to scour YouTube for clips of football successes, constantly finding them adorned with reversals, silly noises, awful hip-hop or other gimmicks.
It's great that anyone can throw anything up on YouTube, and that Google couldn't give a toss about copyright (in this instance at least), but by God this "remix" madness has to stop.
That is all.