Say what you will about the whole DPS-adin theory, this guy's got some great production values. I'll even give you a quote for your next movie, Eso: "Esotarious has done more than anyone else to show us what a Paladin is really capable of." -Mike Schramm, wow.com. Can't wait to see it.
But, I've got two more concerns for you supposedly DPS paladins to answer, too. Find them after the jump.
Yes you can hit, and yes you can do damage when you're buffed up, but why should you? If I'm running a raid, I've got three or four rogues that can use those potions and flasks, and not a single one of them can heal. Why should I let you DPS when I'd rather have the buffs?
That said, why am I watching a Paladin do DPS in PVE? If there's any place paladins could use reliable (well, as it gets) DPS, it's in PVP. Show me a PVP video of you critting over 1500 on players with any regularity and then we'll really be talking about an endgame viability for the Paladin that doesn't start with "Heal" and end in "bot."
Meanwhile, love the movies. Keep 'em coming.