The Adam and Eve episode features Youtube star Jenna Marbles arguing with series co-creator Lloyd Ahlquist about married life.
Dale offers deadpan explanations for such lines as "you take two hours to come, three more to get dressed." (His analysis: "women can take a long time to reach orgasm, as opposed to the short time for men.")
And the line "you smell like ballsacks and nachos." ("Eve is saying that Adam smells bad. Probably true since modern hygienic practices had not been invented.")
So what exactly did Dale say to get himself canned? Conservative spokesman Kory Teneycke would only say his comments were "incompatible with our party."
Some Random Political Blog also reported separate posts by Dale, including one on the number of black actors in Hollywood films.
But rather than opposing diversity, he described the amount of people of colour in movies as "less than ideal" and encouraged moviegoers to only spend their money on films with more diverse casts.
Dale also said creationism should be taught side-by-side with evolution in schools because "students should hear both sides." He said abortions should be available in cases such as rape but "not just for being irresponsible."
This actually puts him somewhere around the centre of the Conservative Party on the issue.
Even the guy who wrote the blog post on Dale is now outraged that they fired him.