History WebVideo / BoardJames

10th Feb '16 8:46:54 PM stuffedninja
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* CallBack: Post-hiatus episodes tend to make references to plot twists in episodes prior. For example, the "Video Games" episode (that comes right after TheReveal that [[spoiler:Mike and Bootsy are James' imaginary friends) features this line as James reviews ''Pac-Man'':
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* CallBack: Post-hiatus episodes tend to make references to plot twists in episodes prior. For example, the "Video Games" episode (that comes right after TheReveal that [[spoiler:Mike and Bootsy are James' imaginary friends) friends]]) features this line as James reviews ''Pac-Man'':
27th Dec '15 6:37:33 PM stuffedninja
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** The ''Nightmare'' episode, because [[MindScrew so many subplots were unfolding simultaneously]] that all of the characters' fates are somewhat vague. Even with the MindScrewdriver James provided, it's still unclear if James has really, truly been defeated.
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** The ''Nightmare'' episode, because [[MindScrew so many subplots were unfolding simultaneously]] that all of the characters' fates are somewhat vague. Even with the MindScrewdriver James provided, it's still unclear if James has really, truly been defeated.it was meant to not give a concrete answer and have fans theorize or conclude for themselves.
27th Dec '15 6:36:40 PM stuffedninja
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** The ''Nightmare'' episode, because [[MindScrew so many subplots were unfolding simultaneously]] that all of the characters' fates are somewhat vague.
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** The ''Nightmare'' episode, because [[MindScrew so many subplots were unfolding simultaneously]] that all of the characters' fates are somewhat vague. Even with the MindScrewdriver James provided, it's still unclear if James has really, truly been defeated.
27th Dec '15 6:31:10 PM stuffedninja
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* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The second season ends with the first showcase of James' descent into madness, with him making a NightmareFace that flashes briefly before a sharp cut to black. The third season ends after James has really gone off the rails and has been killed in every game reality shown in the season finale, and a shot of his skeleton underwater surrounded by board games cuts [[SmashCut quickly]] into that same NightmareFace.]]
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* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The second season ends with the first showcase of James' descent into madness, with him making a NightmareFace that flashes briefly before a sharp cut to black. The third season ends after James has really gone off the rails and has been killed in every game reality shown in the season finale, and a shot of his skeleton underwater surrounded by board games cuts [[SmashCut quickly]] quic]][[JumpScare kly]] into that same NightmareFace.]]
20th Dec '15 1:36:30 PM SilentAswang
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** In the ''Nightmare and Beyond'' episode, when The Gatekeeper from the game asks extremely specific numbers on the dices, such as the player's age, Board James himself then angrily says "How about looking at the release dates of all the Board James episodes released this year and correspond them to the letters of the Alphabet?". [[spoiler: (Which when done, they spell [[https://youtu.be/qE6Gmy2t-Es?t=11m4s "1313 Dead"]]).]]
20th Dec '15 12:32:28 PM SilentAswang
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* BreatherEpisode: ''Wacky Blasters'' which comes after the ''Ouija / Domino Rally'' episode seems to return to the old format of the show from seasons 1 and 2 [[spoiler:save for a scene where [[{{Foreshadowing}} Mike and Bootsy begin to fade away for a moment.]]]] "Full House / Urkel Games" and "Video Game Board Games" also count, especially because the episodes that come next are completely darker than any previous episode.
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* BreatherEpisode: ''Wacky Blasters'' which comes after the ''Ouija / Domino Rally'' episode seems to return to the old format of the show from seasons 1 and 2 [[spoiler:save for a scene where [[{{Foreshadowing}} Mike and Bootsy begin to fade away for a moment.]]]] "Full ]]]] **"Full House / Urkel Games" and "Video Game Board Games" also count, especially because the episodes that come next are completely darker than any previous episode.
20th Dec '15 12:31:04 PM SilentAswang
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* BreatherEpisode: ''Wacky Blasters'' which comes after the ''Ouija / Domino Rally'' episode seems to return to the old format of the show from seasons 1 and 2 [[spoiler:save for a scene where [[{{Foreshadowing}} Mike and Bootsy begin to fade away for a moment.]]]]
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* BreatherEpisode: ''Wacky Blasters'' which comes after the ''Ouija / Domino Rally'' episode seems to return to the old format of the show from seasons 1 and 2 [[spoiler:save for a scene where [[{{Foreshadowing}} Mike and Bootsy begin to fade away for a moment.]]]]]]]] "Full House / Urkel Games" and "Video Game Board Games" also count, especially because the episodes that come next are completely darker than any previous episode.
19th Dec '15 10:34:49 PM Kytseo
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* DownerBeginning: WordOfGod states that [[spoiler: the parts with a long-haired James in jail are the earliest points of the Board James timeline. They show the original universe, where BJ is a convicted murderer on Death Row (and reading through board game manuals to reminisce about happier times during childhood)]].
15th Dec '15 3:52:10 PM stuffedninja
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* BookEnds: [[spoiler:The second season ends with the first showcase of James' descent into madness, with him making a NightmareFace that flashes briefly before a sharp cut to black. The third season ends after James has really gone off the rails and has been killed in every game reality shown in the season finale, and a shot of his skeleton underwater surrounded by board games cuts [[SmashCut quickly]] into that same NightmareFace.]]

** In the "13 Dead End Drive" episode, James traps Mike and Bootsy in his basement by sealing off all escape routes with jail cell bars. [[spoiler:TheStinger of the episode has James presumably ''in'' a jail cell.]]
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** In the "13 Dead End Drive" episode, James traps Mike and Bootsy in his basement by sealing off all escape routes with jail cell bars. [[spoiler:TheStinger of the episode has James presumably ''in'' a jail cell.]]
15th Dec '15 10:21:21 AM drbreakfast
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* MythArc: at first the series was just an episodic collection of board game reviews, but James eventually created a single overarching storyline which retroactively applies to even the earliest episodes. To sum up, [[spoiler: Board James was a murderer sentenced to death before the series stated, and what we're seeing is him wandering through the afterlife, which takes form from the board games he played as a child and is shaped by his own subconscious. Mike and Bootsy are poor souls trapped in there with him, subject to his whims and murderous tendencies until they realize they can stop him.]]
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