What makes it better is that just before they go to fight Bad Girl, when they're saving their game...
Chip:*bellows "GOOOOOAAAAAAL" for five seconds straight*
Ironicus: Why weren't you saying that when we were running people over?
Chip: I just thought of it.
Ironicus: Instead you just shout soccer!
Fabulous lawn mowing.
Then there was Ironicus' commentary during the graffiti cleaning mini game:
Chip does various gestures with the Wiimote to clean the graffiti off the wall Ironicus: This is the opposite of Jet Set Radio. after a few seconds, Ironicus begins singing part of Birthday Cake from Jet Set Radio Future
Anything involving Dad Buster (aka Chip's intruding but hilariously nonsensical father), really.
Including his introduction, which was done in the style of the bosses from No More Heroes. He's also ranked 5.5.
The Bitter Mode runs of the game's bosses has the duo doing silly gimmick commentary, eventually ending with the two splitting up and Chip attempting to do commentary with Slowbeef and Diabetus (which sounds suspiciously like a prerecorded conversation between the two about books with Chip awkwardly interjecting every now and then,) all while Ironicus bitterly Retsupuraes the whole thing.
Chip accidentally drives by the bar Lovikov's in. But he did a sweet jump!
Ironicus: That excuses everything. "Sorry, I killed your daughter. But I did a sweet jump!"
When Chip feeds his cat after taking the number 8 position.
Ironicus: We're number eight.
Chip: WE'RE FEEDING IT!
Ironicus: Let us feed our cat now that we're number eight. We are the number eighth cat feeder in the world.
Chip: Yes! I'm on the cover of Cat Feeding Magazine!
No More Heroes 2
During the No More Heroes 2 LP :
Chip: Even whores gotta work their way up to the top. (Don't put that quote down somewhere, like TV Tropes perhaps.)
Also, Ironicus making fun of the fact that the revenge plot Skelter Helter agreed to take part in involved himself getting killed.
Chip showing off the Bizarre Jelly 5 shooter mini-game.
(game switches to the high score list just long enough to show a bunch of Chip's high scores) Chip: *hitting a button to go back to the main menu* Don't show the scoreboard, please. Ironicus: *laughing* So how much have you played of this game? Chip: Sshhh.
Ironicus keeping track of the number of shots of "needless sexualization of small children" in the BJ5 OP, noting that most of the scenes that did not have this only passed by way of not actually showing the main characters.
Ironicus reading the lyrics to John Cooper Clarke's EvidentlyChickentown during his Bitter fight against Cloe Walsh.
During the Rank 3 fight, Chip narrates his father showing their dog to him.
From the same LP there's Chip's atrocious Popeye impersonation, as well as his reaction to a computer asking Garcian AKA Emir Parkreiner for his date of death as verification ("BEEP BEEP BOOP GHOST COMPUTER.")
When introducing Yoon-Hyun:
Ironicus: Never trust a man with a bolo tie. This is a rule of thumb I live by. Chip: Really? How'd you- how'd you learn that? Ironicus: I met a man with a bolo tie, and I decided, no more.
The duo's reaction to Travis's pelvic thrusting in part 7.
Chip:(After shooting an oncoming Heaven Smile) Get out of the way, Smile. I want to enjoy Travis! Just look at that!
Ironicus: "I was crowned king of Atltantis twice when I arrived."
Chip: "You're...double in!"
Chip getting annoyed with Iwazaru flat out telling you to answers to puzzles, and eventually starts just paraphrasing his lines in huge letters like "USE THE RING JESUS" or "USE DAN" instead of writing out everything he says like he does everyone else.
Whenever Ironicus gets giddy from certain events in the game (usually involving Mask or Yoon-Hyun.)
When Iwazaru hands over a color swatch, explaining that it was "discarded by bickering lovers", Chip and Ironicus try to imagine how that scenario played out.
Chip: This green swatch is a token of our love! We met on St. Patrick's Day!
Ironicus: You gave me that swatch on our fourth anniversary!
Chip: I love this RGB value!
Ironicus: No! We're over! The swatch is over, too!
One of Travis' poses is him sitting at a bench with a knife and fork, as if he's waiting for food. Chip responds by editing in a whole turkey sliding in from off-screen right in front of him.
Chip (as Snake): (during Naomi's going on about how Fox Die kills people) Well, Naomi, that's... pretty cool. Why don't you... you know, tell me about it later... when I don't have a really hard co- really hard cot- God dammit. Really hot card!
Void: (snickering) You almost said "really hard cock," didn't you? Cause that's what I heard.
Chip: I said cot, but yes.
Void: (laughing) But yes.
Chip: Got cock on the mind.
(both crack up)
Void: Stick your dick into the computer. By accident. (as Snake) "Why is it not working?!"
Don't forget Lets Play Metal Gear Solid 3. It has a CMOF in the final battle when Chip intentionally waits for Snake Eater to start playing to... put on the Monkey Mask and beat the crap out of The Boss.
Earlier in the LP, Chip is demonstrating the use of The Pain's camo pattern to command personal attack bees.
"I gotta thank you Japanese people, for making a game where I can distract people with frogs... and I can also do this following trick. (lays down in the grass, sprays knockout gas to attract a guard) 'What? There's smoke there! Let's investigate the smoke!' (drops a book) 'Ah, there's a porno mag! Nevermind!' (the bees attack the guard) 'OH NO! BEES!'"
"That's the oldest trick in the book! It's called the... Smoke... Switch-It-With-The-Book-Then-Get-'Em-With-The-Bees Switcharoo!"
Any involvement and mention of Mission J. Frog, especially his acquiring of an eyepatch and his sacrifice against Volgin.
Snake: Snake never have childhood. Snake finally learn to Ding Dong Ditch. *guard opens door* Hahaha this great fun.
Chip attempts to toss a white phosphorous grenade through a wall gap at foot level of an enemy soldier on the other side, only for the misaimed grenade to bounce of the side of the wall and land right in front of Snake, setting himself on fire.
Chip mentions that the non-lethal ammo for the shotgun only annoys enemies beyond point blank range, and the pair begin to wish that there was an "Annoyance" mood to go with the ones in game. Ironicus suggests that "ANNOYING ARMADILLO!" was cut from the game.
Chip managing to sum up why the Metal Gear Solid franchise is so convoluted, and yet still completely understanding everything that's been happening in the story.
At the Final Boss they discuss what Big Boss' will would be like. Chip suggests that when the will reader got to Liquid's part of the will...
"There's nothing here, and then he turns the page, and [Big Boss] drew himself shrugging...."
In the first video, Chip notes that the shouts of the allied soldiers often don't make sense, even with context.
Ironicus:HAPPY BIRTHDAY! Chip:(laughs) NICE SHOES! Ironicus:WHAT IS YOUR NAME? Chip:I HATE ALL HUMANS! My name is Raphael! Ironicus:DO YOU KNOW WHAT KILLED THE DINOSAURS?
At the beginning of Act II, after killing an enemy soldier with a molotov right after he finished talking to HQ, Chip notes that he thought a gas can in the map was a boom box the first time he played, due to its shape. Cue this exchange:
Chip: I just saw, square-shaped thing, and I thought 'boombox'. Ironicus: For when the war cools down a bit, they jam out. Chip: Or some, y'know, maybe sometimes they just..(distracted by a pair of bodies perfectly lined up next to each other) Ironicus: The one guy's girlfriend left him, so he had to hold it up outside her bedroom window. And then she looked down and said "What the h- that's a gas can. My car has gas, what are you doing? This is why I left you." Chip: Maybe they just have dance battles. Ironicus: And then he called HQ because his heart was broken. Chip: And then he burst into flames. But it was okay, everything was okay because it was all clear one second ago, so, no reason to call back.
And a few minutes later:
Rebel: Oh man, am I glad to get some company! Ironicus:(laughs) He doesn't have a war buddy!(and then he gets shot in the head)
Shortly after, Ironicus notes that the level looks similar to a map from Metal Gear Online.
Chip: I don't think they've changed, like, anything at all for the online version, but I dunno. It's a big map, I like it cause there's multiple pathways, you can go through it a bunch of different ways. Ironicus: Yeah. And you can wear a box. Chip: And you can wear a box! (grabs PMC soldier) I remember, I think that's all I did when I played on that map that night, is wear a box and annoy people. Ironicus: But today, we're not gonna do that at all, this man is not annoyed in the least bit. Chip: No, he- Ironicus: He's enraptured- (Chip slits his throat) Chip: He's dead. Ironicus:(silent for a few seconds) ... okay.
From the end of the same video, Chip's audio cuts out for the last 5 minutes or so of the video and it becomes unintentionally hilarious as Ironicus tries and fails to provide funny commentary on it without Chip to banter with.
Ironicus' utter disgust with The Colonel-who he calls Uncle-Dad through the game-is always great for a laugh especially when he finds out Roy married Jack's fiancee Rosemary
Ironicus: * Consoling Rosemary one thing led to another* You're a creepy old man. *Lucky me huh?* Fuck you
Chip: (As Roy after he learns how badly Meryl thinks of him) Oh, well. That makes me feel slightly sad, but I'm sure I'll be okay after I bang my incredibly hot wife later.
Episode 9-1 opens with Snake hiding in a cardboard box in front of nine sleeping soldiers. Everything, from one soldier waking all the others up with one kick, to their reaction to removing the box to find Snake in camo that makes him look like he has no skin, is pure gold.
During the second part of the Laughing Octopus fight, Chip maneuvers Snake so that he's lying on a bed and lets Laughing Octopus climb on him, resulting in the pair of them struggling before Snake violently throws her off the bed. Then comes Laughing Octopus dancing to J-pop....
The ending to the Unlockables video, with illustrations showing what happens to the characters after the game:
Sunny grows up to live a normal life and Otacon is her prom date, including a shot of the Metal Gear Mk. 3 waving goodbye from the door.
Metal Gear Mk. 3 becomes sentient, but nobody notices.
Otacon downloads all the animes and is crowned Emperor of Japan.
Ocelot becomes a sextuple agent in the afterlife among several religions.
Ironicus's reaction at the end of Act 3 when Johnny rescues Meryl and turns out to be a Bishōnen:
Chip: The man who shits himself will be incredibly beautiful!
Within the first part of Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance, Ironicus is filled with child-like wonder at Raiden fighting RAY in the most hilariously over the top way.
Ironicus: This is what's important! I've found the important thing!
Them constantly making fun of Raiden "trying" to be cool and a badass.
After the fight fight with LQ-84i, Chip punctuates the UG's codec and Raiden asking if an AI would know about free will with "TENNIS BALLS", and then grunts "OUCH" the exact second the scrap heap formerly known as Bladewolf explodes.
In the following Codec call, after Raiden asks Doktor if Bladewolf can be repaired, Chip and Ironicus's commentary helpfully points out that it "fucking exploded", making repairs seem a bit... difficult.
Ironicus' barrage of hand and arm puns upon fighting Mistral.
After Raiden kills the man using George as a human shield, Ironicus jokes that Raiden sliced through the kid too, Chip points out that that's indeed what happened, leaving Ironicus baffled.
The Monsoon fight delivers one right as it starts.
Chip: I hope you like GUITAR SHREDDING! [The Stains of Time begins playing] Ironicus: [Attempting to compose himself] I do! I do like guitar shredding!
Also in the cutscene preceding the Monsoon fight, as Raiden becomes Jack the Ripper, Ironicus is in stiches at Quinton Flynn's performance. Chip's excited insistence that it'll keep getting better just seals the deal.
What does Ironicus do when Raiden decides to charge up the wall of the World Marshal building? Start singing Escape From The City!
Chip: That's a good cover!
During the start of the next stage, Raiden hijacks an unmaned fighter plane, promting Ironicus to imply the game is losing its sense of crazy, apparently the game heard him and decided to prove him wrong.
Ironicus: Oh come on. We already did this a video ago, just on a slightly smaller scale, you are not stepping it up hard enough! Chip: I don't know, he might step it up more, maybe. (Raiden dodges a passing helicopter by millimeters) Ironicus: Um, o-okay, alright, that's a little better, I'm just saying. We are coming to a point were I'm like... (Raiden stands on the plane and takes a badass pose as Chip starts chuckling) Ironicus: Ummm, what are you doing? What are you doing!? WHAT ARE YOU DOING!? (Raiden proceeds to split another war plane right in half without moving an inch) Ironicus: AAAUGH!! N-Never mind! I'm not gonna finish that sentence!
"I love how badass this bit [Raiden riding a motorcycle] looks, and then when Raiden speaks it's like really nasally and dorky sounding." Chip then proceeds to use a dorky voice for the rest of the scene.
Raiden takes up whittling:
Ironicus: Hey, Junior - I made you a rabbit... AND IT'S EATING A FOX! TEARING ITS HEART OUT! Jack's your DAD!
Right before the final battle:
Chip: So if I told you that Raiden is two for two for being the protagonist in a game where a political figure powers up...
Chip Cheezum: In that time, I killed two hundred people.
Not to mention the second time, in the 8th video, when he goes back to the same book to quote it's section of ghetto linguistics, just to finish off with "In conclusion: Stop typing like you're ghetto, you fat white kids at your computers, Goddamnit."
50 Cent's jiggly hips while he spins around rapidly did it for some people. Other contenders include 50's goofy ragdoll death while getting caught in the architecture and Chip's rampant abuse of the swear button, usually in the form of randomly verbally abusing his teammates while shooting at them (who, in turn, simply stand there and don't even flinch when they're repeatedly shot in the face.)
It gets even better when Chip starts abusing the swear button while opening shutters. Double the hilarity whenever Ironicus also notes it.
What about when they demonstrate 50 Cent's amazing ability to take anTHREE RPGS TO THE CHEST without dying?
Or what about the fact that Lloyd Banks is filled not with blood, but jelly. Or DJ Whoo Kid's surprising depth of knowledge about history and architecture.
Anything that involves the "Fiddy Zone".
At the start of the fifth video, when Ironicus calls attention to a certain sound effect:
Ironicus: I like the big 'aooga' noise starting the video. It made me feel like I'm on an old kid's game show. Chip: Yeah, the 'aooga' noise comes up anytime a new wave of enemies is coming in. Ironicus: That means there's someone in this city looking out for Fifty, and his best interests. "Dude, watch out, the bad guys have reinforcements. And they still have your skull." Chip: The man who's warning him is Fiddy's grandpa, and he's in a jalopy. Ironicus: Fiddy's grandpa is named 2 Bucks. Chip: ...Whoa. Damn.
The ragdoll physics in general are hilarious, especially when combined with counter-kills - note the tendency for those killed with the neck snap to immediately shoot towards the ground before Fiddy even lets them go, or the one mook (also in part 8) who is punched in the face so hard he teleports behind Fiddy.
The You Testament
Pretty much all of The You Testament, as the bizarre AI and poor programming take their toll on Chip and Ironicus.
While playing around in the character creation menu, Chip discovers that he can make a character 10 feet tall with a Hulk Hogan face. Their reactions are priceless.
After their first character is crucified for not laying down at night, they make a new character that is 1 foot tall. And, as Chip later discovers during a cutscene, cross-eyed.
Chip accidentally hugs a man, who immediately proceeds to hit him with a brick. Their reaction, again, is priceless. Made even funnier by Chip making the character jump, which looks a whole lot like leap frog.
Upon finding the Bomb Schematic (used to make the Grand Grenade weapon) in Grandpa Caskett's room, Chip and Ironicus both become convinced that Grandpa's a terrorist.
Ironicus:*imitating Grandpa* Mega Man, have you ever heard of the IRA?
Servbots having Vietnam flashbacks.
As they were searching for a large briefcase full of money that a man lost, Chip and Ironicus figure that the man must have gone around the town telling everyone in great detail how he's traveling around with his entire life's savings, along with other exploitable information.
Ironicus: (imitating the man) Also I have a wife! She's very attractive and sexually liberated! I'm going to take an 8 day vacation now. She'll be quite lonely! Oh dear I forgot to lock the door to the house as I go out to do many, MANY errands.
Chip Cheezum voicing Roll's regret at blowing up Teisel's ship.
Chip Cheezum: (imitating Roll): Holy shit Mega Man, we kind of murdered the hell out of them! I feel a little guilty!
Spider Man Tokusatsu. Spidey's first attempt to deal with the Monster of the Week after it grows results in him being swung into a mountainside and a boulder dropping onto him. Needless to say, the pair are in stitches.
Chip Cheezum: Oh, yeah, is that some concept art you drew there, Dracula?
Ironicus: *doing a Dracula impression* I vish to make an indie game for the Xbox Live, blah. I vant to suck your Microsoft points.
The Wonderful 101
Just like the Revengeance LP, Ironicus' childlike wonder at the over-the-top nature of the game in completely open and unashamed, and when Chip tells him it gets even crazier after the 101 block the explosions from falling gas trucks with a giant shield, he's left stuttering for a few seconds.
Ironicus's increasing frustration with Wonder-Mailman due to the fact that he's always lagging behind.
Chip and Ironicus teased at a secret they had coming out in update four, along with the boss fight. It turned out to be Rules of Nature inserted over the scene where the Wonderful Ones cut Lambo in half with his own sword.
In general, their Solid Snake impressions are hilarious, especially when Ironicus starts using the word "soldier".
Ironicus's April Fools' Dayjoke LP of Dalek Attack, featured on Chip's viddler channel, which consists of him stumbling through the first level of this horribly difficult game, all the while reciting grossly incorrect Doctor Who trivia. Made even more hilarious when in later Retsupuraes it becomes evident that himself and Chip are avid whovians.
Ironicus' story about a baseball game during the old LP of Beyond Good & Evil, culminating with the phrase "I was mugged by a mute green chicken!"
Also from that LP, the slow audio follies. Particularly when they go to Mammago's Garage.
The other audio glitches that occur in the LP bring about unintentional hilarity. One such audio problem is described as "Prepubescent Darth Vader".
Pretty much the entirety of the "Epilogue" video for LEGO Star Wars. It consists mostly of the two messing around in the Hub Level. It is glorious.
Right after Act 1 of MGS 4, there's an intermission of the MGS pack of LittleBigPlanet, as well as several MGS-inspired user-created levels. What makes it hilarious, though, is the finale, and Chip's horribly failed attempt to play Ham Egg, which involves spinning wildly through the air on the A-Team van.
Chip getting interrupted by a baby in the Uncharted LP.
Chip: *laughing* Hi, Logan.
Logan: There's something under this bed!
Chip: There's nothing under that bed, Logan.
In the fourth episode of the Rez walkthrough, Chip talks about Cacti. To say anything else would spoil it.
Chip making fun of Blip TV and it's "repeat customer" advertisements during the Uncharted 2 LP.
Chip's intense groaning during Dangerous Hunts 2011's bullet-time segments.
At the start of his new Zone of the Enders LP, he starts trying to describe the game's combat system during the first tutorial fight. He kills the enemy in five seconds, barely enough time to explain the reliance on the Square button.