History Machinima / ArbyNTheChief

22nd Sep '16 6:36:58 AM MarcoPolo250
Is there an issue? Send a Message


''[[http://www.youtube.com/show?p=H4Z8Vj7XZOc&s=1 Arby 'n' the Chief]]'' is a {{Machinima}}/Live-Action series created by [[http://joncjg.blogspot.com/ Jon Graham]] (formerly known as "[=DigitalPh33r=]"), who also produced ''Machinima/DeusExMachina''. The series follows [[LivingToys two figurines]] based on Bungie and Microsoft's ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series coming to life while their owner is away. As the title suggests, the main characters are based on Master Chief (a LeetLingo-speaking {{Jerkass}} whose only concern is how much he "pwns" in any given game, something that he is completely incapable of actually doing) and the Arbiter (a DeadpanSnarker who often acts as the voice of reason to the Chief's mindless ranting). One of the unique features of the series is that many of the characters actually speak through a [[SyntheticVoiceActor PC voice synthesizer]] instead of acted voice-overs. The series is based on Graham's previous shorts, ''Master Chief Sucks At Halo'', where the series' trademarks (including synthesized voice-overs and the Chief's personality) were developed.

to:

''[[http://www.youtube.com/show?p=H4Z8Vj7XZOc&s=1 Arby 'n' the Chief]]'' is a {{Machinima}}/Live-Action series {{Machinima}}/Live-action comedy created by [[http://joncjg.blogspot.com/ Jon Graham]] (formerly known as "[=DigitalPh33r=]"), who also produced ''Machinima/DeusExMachina''. The series follows [[LivingToys two figurines]] based on Bungie and Microsoft's ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series coming to life while their owner is away. As the title suggests, the main characters are based on Master Chief (a LeetLingo-speaking {{Jerkass}} whose only concern is how much he "pwns" in any given game, something that he is completely incapable of actually doing) and the Arbiter (a DeadpanSnarker who often acts as the voice of reason to the Chief's mindless ranting). One of the unique features of the series is that many of the characters actually speak through a [[SyntheticVoiceActor PC voice synthesizer]] instead of acted voice-overs. The series is based on Graham's previous shorts, ''Master Chief Sucks At Halo'', where the series' trademarks (including synthesized voice-overs and the Chief's personality) were developed.
22nd Sep '16 6:36:34 AM MarcoPolo250
Is there an issue? Send a Message


''[[http://www.youtube.com/show?p=H4Z8Vj7XZOc&s=1 Arby 'n' the Chief]]'' is a {{Machinima}} series created by [[http://joncjg.blogspot.com/ Jon Graham]] (formerly known as "[=DigitalPh33r=]"), who also produced ''Machinima/DeusExMachina''. The series follows [[LivingToys two figurines]] based on Bungie and Microsoft's ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series coming to life while their owner is away. As the title suggests, the main characters are based on Master Chief (a LeetLingo-speaking {{Jerkass}} whose only concern is how much he "pwns" in any given game, something that he is completely incapable of actually doing) and the Arbiter (a DeadpanSnarker who often acts as the voice of reason to the Chief's mindless ranting). One of the unique features of the series is that many of the characters actually speak through a [[SyntheticVoiceActor PC voice synthesizer]] instead of acted voice-overs. The series is based on Graham's previous shorts, ''Master Chief Sucks At Halo'', where the series' trademarks (including synthesized voice-overs and the Chief's personality) were developed.

to:

''[[http://www.youtube.com/show?p=H4Z8Vj7XZOc&s=1 Arby 'n' the Chief]]'' is a {{Machinima}} {{Machinima}}/Live-Action series created by [[http://joncjg.blogspot.com/ Jon Graham]] (formerly known as "[=DigitalPh33r=]"), who also produced ''Machinima/DeusExMachina''. The series follows [[LivingToys two figurines]] based on Bungie and Microsoft's ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series coming to life while their owner is away. As the title suggests, the main characters are based on Master Chief (a LeetLingo-speaking {{Jerkass}} whose only concern is how much he "pwns" in any given game, something that he is completely incapable of actually doing) and the Arbiter (a DeadpanSnarker who often acts as the voice of reason to the Chief's mindless ranting). One of the unique features of the series is that many of the characters actually speak through a [[SyntheticVoiceActor PC voice synthesizer]] instead of acted voice-overs. The series is based on Graham's previous shorts, ''Master Chief Sucks At Halo'', where the series' trademarks (including synthesized voice-overs and the Chief's personality) were developed.
25th Aug '16 12:32:03 AM PaulA
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* LongRunner: For a web series, and compared to Jon's other work, hell yeah. Since at least 2007 there have been 70+ regular episodes split into 7 seasons, [[TheMovie a movie]], six-part "Endgame", and the LA spinoff [[FanonDiscontinuity that was never made]].
1st Jul '16 11:06:31 PM BeastC
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* DriventoSuicide: [[spoiler:Eugene's fate.]]

to:

* DriventoSuicide: DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler:Eugene's fate.]]
** [[spoiler:Almost directly followed by Arbiter and Chief.
]]
30th May '16 12:28:38 PM Josef5678
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** For Arbiter: Scott, Trent Donnovich, Adam McIntyre, and finally Eugene.

to:

** For Arbiter: Scott, Trent Donnovich, Adam McIntyre, [=McIntyre=], and finally Eugene.
8th May '16 6:03:17 PM StealthCl0wn
Is there an issue? Send a Message


''[[http://www.youtube.com/show?p=H4Z8Vj7XZOc&s=1 Arby 'n' the Chief]]'' is a {{Machinima}} series created by [[http://joncjg.blogspot.com/ Jon Graham]] (formerly known as "[=DigitalPh33r=]"), who also produced ''Machinima/DeusExMachina''. The series follows [[LivingToys two figurines]] based on Bungie and Microsoft's ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series coming to life while their owner is away. As the title suggests, the main characters are based on Master Chief (a LeetLingo-speaking {{Jerkass}} whose only concern is how much he "pwns" in any given game, something that he is completely incapable of actually doing) and the Arbiter (a DeadpanSnarker who often acts as the voice of reason to the Chief's mindless ranting). One of the unique features of the series is that many of the characters actually speak through a [[SyntheticVoiceActor PC voice synthesizer]] instead of acted voice-overs. The series is based on Graham's previous shorts, ''Master Chief Sucks At Halo'', where the series' trademarks (including synthesized voice-overs and the Chief's personality) were developed. This is the show that has made Graham a internet wide phenomenon, rivaling Creator/RoosterTeeth in popularity.

to:

''[[http://www.youtube.com/show?p=H4Z8Vj7XZOc&s=1 Arby 'n' the Chief]]'' is a {{Machinima}} series created by [[http://joncjg.blogspot.com/ Jon Graham]] (formerly known as "[=DigitalPh33r=]"), who also produced ''Machinima/DeusExMachina''. The series follows [[LivingToys two figurines]] based on Bungie and Microsoft's ''{{Franchise/Halo}}'' series coming to life while their owner is away. As the title suggests, the main characters are based on Master Chief (a LeetLingo-speaking {{Jerkass}} whose only concern is how much he "pwns" in any given game, something that he is completely incapable of actually doing) and the Arbiter (a DeadpanSnarker who often acts as the voice of reason to the Chief's mindless ranting). One of the unique features of the series is that many of the characters actually speak through a [[SyntheticVoiceActor PC voice synthesizer]] instead of acted voice-overs. The series is based on Graham's previous shorts, ''Master Chief Sucks At Halo'', where the series' trademarks (including synthesized voice-overs and the Chief's personality) were developed. This is the show that has made Graham a internet wide phenomenon, rivaling Creator/RoosterTeeth in popularity.\n
22nd Mar '16 10:42:08 AM ShadowMan3
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the final episode of Season 7, "Ignition", Arbiter gives one to ''himself'':

to:

** In the final episode of Season 7, "Ignition", Arbiter gives one to ''himself'':''himself'', right before he's about to commit suicide by jumping out of the apartment window:
22nd Mar '16 10:40:58 AM ShadowMan3
Is there an issue? Send a Message


** In the same episode, she later gives another one to Arbiter.
--> '''Arbiter''': Sigh. Really hoping this leads to a point where Chief's behaviour is significantly less retarded. If only for his own sake.
--> '''Cortana''': Must you use terms like that, Arbiter?
--> '''Arbiter''': Huh?
--> '''Cortana''': Come on, you've proven that you have a wide vocabulary. Surely you can dig around for alternatives that express your feelings more tastefully.
--> '''Arbiter''': Seriously? Chill out. I don't see anybody around here likely to take offense. I don't see any cameras on me either, do you? It's just us in here.
--> '''Cortana''': Yes. And I find it offensive.
--> '''Arbiter''': Why? You must know that my intention isn't to be derogatory
--> '''Cortana''': Of course your intention is to be derogatory. You're associating something that you don't like and look down upon with mental retardation. You're almost as bad as Chief sometimes.
--> '''Arbiter''': That's a mighty big leap, Cortana. I think you really ought to lighten up.
--> '''Cortana''': I think you need to shake off some of that low-brow attitude that has obviously rubbed off on you from Chief throughout the past few years.
--> '''Arbiter''': Fundamentally, I don't associate the word "retard" with the mentally handicapped. I use it and others like it because they're popular slang that pack a slight punch and inject a tiny bit of amusement into my empty existence.
--> '''Cortana''': Really? You're that unimaginative that you consider speaking crudely as the only method of enriching your life?
--> '''Arbiter''': What the fuck is your problem? Great work making an otherwise fine day awkward, Cortana. Having a nice time is so overrated.

to:

** In the same episode, she later final episode of Season 7, "Ignition", Arbiter gives another one to Arbiter.
''himself'':
--> '''Arbiter''': Sigh. Really hoping this leads to a point where Chief's behaviour is significantly less retarded. If only There's nothing left for his own sake.
--> '''Cortana''': Must
you use terms like that, Arbiter?
--> '''Arbiter''': Huh?
--> '''Cortana''': Come on, you've proven that you have a wide vocabulary. Surely you can dig around for alternatives that express your feelings more tastefully.
--> '''Arbiter''': Seriously? Chill out. I don't see anybody around here likely to take offense. I don't see any cameras on me either, do you? It's just us in here.
--> '''Cortana''': Yes. And I find it offensive.
--> '''Arbiter''': Why? You must know that my intention isn't to be derogatory
--> '''Cortana''': Of course your intention is to be derogatory.
here. You've never belonged. You're associating something that a freak. You've contributed nothing. This is what you don't like and look down upon with mental retardation. deserve. This also happens to be your ticket to salvation. You're almost as bad as Chief sometimes.
--> '''Arbiter''': That's
a mighty big leap, Cortana. I lucky motherfucker to have this opportunity. Just a couple of terrifying seconds in exchange for bliss. Now that's a fucking bargain. Don't think about it, just do it. Come on, you really ought to lighten up.
--> '''Cortana''': I think you need to shake off some of that low-brow attitude that has obviously rubbed off on you from Chief throughout the past few years.
--> '''Arbiter''': Fundamentally, I don't associate the word "retard" with the mentally handicapped. I use it and others like it because they're popular slang that pack a slight punch and inject a tiny bit of amusement into my empty existence.
--> '''Cortana''': Really? You're that unimaginative that you consider speaking crudely as the only method of enriching your life?
--> '''Arbiter''': What the fuck is your problem? Great work making an otherwise fine day awkward, Cortana. Having a nice time is so overrated.
fucking pussy. You worthless, plastic [bleep]. Do it. Fucking do it. Now.
21st Mar '16 3:11:11 PM Twiddler
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* Bookends: Both the series pilot, and what at the time was the series finale, have a scene where someone at least claiming to be a delivery boy knocks on the door.

to:

* Bookends: BookEnds: Both the series pilot, and what at the time was the series finale, have a scene where someone at least claiming to be a delivery boy knocks on the door.
9th Mar '16 9:59:10 AM Hossmeister
Is there an issue? Send a Message


* TooDumbToLive: Master Chief. We're talking BeavisAndButthead levels here.

to:

* TooDumbToLive: Master Chief. We're talking BeavisAndButthead WesternAnimation/BeavisAndButthead levels here.
This list shows the last 10 events of 137. Show all.
http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/article_history.php?article=Machinima.ArbyNTheChief