Normally when people play Slender, they are nervous playing and freak out and runaway from the first sight of Slenderman. Matt though, he takes everything this game can throw at him with no fear at all. Heck, he even calls out Slenderman to come out and charges at him when he finally does. Albeit this ends in Matt's death, but still.
For the greater part of Erie, Pat skillfully avoids the horrific monster chasing him with no foreknowledge thanks to his and Matt's quick thinking, only ever getting caught three times, once because they didn't even know the monster existed, and once because the monster got stuck on a wall. At several points he stops to actively taunt the monster and gets away with it.
In the bloopers segment for Metal Wolf Chaos, Matt somehow starts off on a tangent about if The Hulk was the president and fought terrorism in a giant hulk-bot built by Tony Stark. Pat spends a few minutes arguing how over-the-top stupid it is, before breaking down and admitting it's awesome.
In fact, the entire idea of the Anarchy Reigns Brawl. Consider how much more work went into the video than they usually do: they had to haul in three 360s, three TVs, set up their recording, and then hack together the footage from three separate feeds in order to make a cohesive video. Just shows how much they love the game.
Not only that, but when he gets to Monsoon, he not only beats him on the first try, but he got a S rank on the fight!
The entirety of the Jetstream Sam playthrough. Some highlights include taunting a Metal Gear Ray, killing enemies in single hits with Sam's charge attacks, and Pat managing to not only taunt Armstrong into a blind rage, but dodging every attack thrown at him in Armstrong's enraged state.
Pat also happens to lower Armstrong to Quick-Time-Event health right as he uses his giant fire pillar move, which makes it so that giant pillars of fire are exploding in the background while the quick-time event is playing.
Bladewolfs DLC has a good moment near the end of the last level where Pat Zandatsu's a Sword Mook while simultaneously slo-mo dodging a rocket from another mook. While the instrumental of "I'm My Own Master Now" plays in the background.
At E3 2013, Pat plays the Bayonetta 2 demo for the first time and ranks gold.
During Part 4 of The Last of Us Pat manages to defeat four runners and a clicker without dying or being detected once. Even better he didn't have to use any of his weapons, he just snuck up on all of them one by one and choked them from behind.
Woolie's Badass Boast after defeating Nathan Copeland in No More Heroes 2.
During their Deadly Premonition playthrough, Pat is consistently taunted by his nemesis, Quint, and get's more and more infuriated when he can't track the man down. Finally, Pat catches up with the mad genius and proceeds to wreck the shit out of his life by ending Quint's engagement.
Matt's snake Jack making his feelings on the Super Best Friends Podcast known by actually flicking his tongue out at the end of the promo video, prompting 'that was awesome' reactions from both Matt and Woolie.
Pat winning the Scrublords grand finale. He won at the only game that truly mattered: Divekick. Made even better by the fact Woolie took the first round 5-0.
Woolie stepping up and pulling the Indigo Prophecy playthrough out of its funk by being a serious hype-man during the ridiculous room assault section.
With Beyond: Two Souls, how they're actually giving the game a chance and actually appreciate some elements. Lots of the fanbase has accused them of not doing so, but actually watching the videos, they are trying - the game is just proving more ridiculous and terrible than they imagined.
And after viewing the credits and seeing how it was different from the ending they got, and learning that the ending they got doesn't even matter Woolie goes on another speech calling Cage out, on essentially mooting all choices they have done throughout the game, this time the speech is backed up by Pat and Matt.
In Penumbra: Overture, the standard (and game-recommended) way of dealing with the wolf enemies is hiding from them. Upon seeing one for the first time, Pat immediately hits it with a hammer and knocks it over.
Part 12 of Pat and Woolie's "I Have No Mouth and I Must Scream" LP. For most of it, Pat had been going by the strategy of carefully examining everything in the environment before making his decision or taking any action. Then he comes up against a Nazi scientist about to remove the spinal chord of a child. He looks around the room a little and upon finding a scapel, immediately goes to stab the scientist with it. Even Woolie wasn't expecting that. After a guard kills Pat for it and the sequence starts over again, he just does the same thing again and finds a way to get away with it.
Can we get some love for all of the Funtime Adventures? All five episodes are amazingly animated, continually funny and always feature at least one awesome sequence. Episode 5 is the pinnacle of it, with Pat falling out a tower, killing a ton of enemies on the way down to use them as a crash mat for his landing.
Super Best Friends VS: Dark Souls II reveals that Woolie, a newcomer to the franchise, is a complete natural at the game, capable of beating a boss solo on his first attempt, a feat that Pat and Liam, players of the first game, failed to replicate.
Along with that, Pat proves to be an outstanding teacher to help ease Woolie into the game. Prime example is his total acceptance of Woolie's class choice for sorcerer, knowing that would be his most comfortable fit. Compare that to Liam pressuring Matt away from knight to go for the standard warrior.
Pat subverting the shittalking being done about his ability to play The Last of Us after openly complaining about this during the playthrough of Left Behind by burning four Infected to death at once.
2Snacks's animated opening for the "Cryme Tyme" series with animated Matt and Woolie weaving a path of destruction through a city and throwing dollar bills on the entire cast of Skullgirls
Speaking of Skullgirls, after an hour of playing it for Friday Night Fisticuffs, Pat has gone from being completely negative to playing the game for the whole weekend and Monday between it and episode 47 of the Podcast.
The group is now successful enough that Woolie and Liam have been able to quit their jobs to do Let's Plays full time!
Woolie managed to catch Zapdos during the Nuzlocke. Granted, he did it using Repels and the Master Ball, but that's not why it's here. The reason it's here is because how it gets christened. Elite Four, The Shockmaster is coming to get you!
Woolie beat the Nuzlocke.
After seven hours live on stream, with a One-Hit Kill to Ja Rule's final Arcanine.
On a Live Stream that was hype enough and funny enough to more or less save the playthrough, and net them 11,000 viewers by the time they got to the final battle.
Also during the final battle: Kamina had taken out Ja Rule's Pidgeot, causing him to send in Venusaur. Knowing that Venasaur had Solarbeam, a move with a one turn charge, and Sunny Day, a move that lasts five turns which would negate that charge time, Liam advises that Woolie spam Ice Beam until it uses either move, then switch him out for something that can waste turns until Venusaur was out of PP for those moves, likely killing the chosen Pokémon in the process. As predicted, Venusaur goes for Solarbeam, charging up. Considering that Venusaur is Level 60, outleveling some of Woolie's team by 14 or so levels, it's pretty much a guaranteed kill for whoever goes out. After some deliberation, they send out Ludacris the Victreebel to die with a heavy heart. Solarbeam hits... And Ludacris takes a quarter damage. As this is Venusaur's only attacking move, Ludacris is able to put it to sleep thanks to Gen 3 mechanics and recover all the damage taken thanks to leftovers, causing Ja Rule to waste a Full Restore. Ludacris earns Woolie's respect for the rest of the playthrough, even giving him a shout-out at the end-game screen.
Oh, and the name Woolie gave to that part of the Stream? Battle for Everyone's Souls.
How does the Zaibatsu end The Amazing Superfriends (superhero month)? A 98 minute video of The Wonderful 101, covering the highlights of the whole game. Included are Matt's fresh reactions to the final few levels.
The fact that Matt and Pat actually really carefully critique Ground Zeroes and the associated, oft-brought up points about it's price and length, rather than just being screechy poo-babbies and declaring it a complete rip-off as has become habit on message boards; They discuss the fact that the retail/digital prices were perhaps a little high still, suggest that people who might only play it once might feel ripped off but that those who replay it and want to explore the sandbox Kojima has provided will definitely find it more rewarding, and that newcomers to the franchise might be utterly confused with it as a starting point. It does just really sell the fact that the Best Friends know what they're talking about when it comes to games.
Part 18 of Dark Souls has Woolie get invaded twice in the bell tower. Woolie has very little trouble with the second invader, but has to beat the first with no spells or estus. Even more impressive is that the first invader switches through several powerful play styles while Woolie is fighting him, and Woolie is still able to beat him.
The first invader, Kurt Cobain, deserves points for not only changing play-styles on the fly and playing each perfectly, but for showing ridiculous amounts of Honor Before Reason, by standing back when Lemon invaded to keep the fights 1v1, and then by allowing Woolie to heal even though he couldn't himself. Near the end of the fight, Pat admits he's starting to root for him.