Jon: ...oh, what?!... WHAT?! WHAAAT?! ...What the fuck? What the fuck? What...the...fuck? What the...(bursts into tears) Are you serious?! (silence, as Jon calms himself) Jon: Maybe I imagined that... (Reloads save-state, which shows Mario dying via Kaizo Trap...again.) Jon: (distraught) Oh FUCK I didn't imagine that!
While trying to navigate a tricky set of jumps with thwomps and spikes: "Hop. Slight hop. Mega hop!" *Dies* "Sliiight -" *Dies* "Sliight, Mega, Man!" (succeeds) "Did it." (something crushes him out of nowhere) "''OH WHAT THE HELLL!?!?!?!?!?"
In Notte Luminosa, he enters a quiz minigame, where he finds that the penalty for getting a question wrong is being placed in a room that has no area to stand on, killing him.
In his first playthrough of "Don't Eat the Mushroom", he didn't eat the mushroom, and the game ended in the most anticlimactic fashion imaginable...
Jon: Well, I guess I have no choice, I guess I have to eat the mushroom. Oh, wow. Imagine that. Imagine that; you have to do something the game tells us not to do. That's incredible, that's amazing, that's — mushroom! (eats mushroom) ...huh? ...huh? That... that did nothing. Aw, it's not gonna be some stupid psychedelic Freak Out, is it? Like, I'm not gonna talk to her and she's gonna eat my head or something? (He walks forward a little bit... and then the background abruptly switches to The Burger King standing against a field of fire while "What Is Love?" begins to play on infinite loop, completely surprising Jon) Jon: AUGH!(gasps) Fuck!
"Does doing drugs actually do this? I — I'm gonna need to check this, 'cause if I took a hit of acid and suddenly saw The Burger King on fire singing "What is Love," I'd be amazed."
"I got the "I Forget" move. HOORAY!"
"Yes! More! More Jim Carrey!"
"Probably shouldn't have eaten that mushroom. Oh you..."
"I am climbing myself. What the hell?"
"WHO MADE THIS THING?!"
"Aww, Internet Explorer? 6?! Oh, no wait, it's 7, never mind."
"It's nice and atmospheric, especially later o —" *falls into water* "...fuck."
Jon: And I am... walking in mid-air. [Silence] Thank you, game. Thank you. The only problem with [kidnapping babies] is if I press B to fly, I can't.... Okay. That's new. [Starts flying] Oh, whoa! That... didn't work last time!
Then when Jon realises exactly what he's done ...
Jon: "Ah, shit, now I have to do this all over again."
Jon breaking the game in the dam level and, without missing a beat, taking us an a tour of the 'Negative world'
Jon: There's the water — [Beat] and we fell through the water. This is Superman's innards, incase you were wondering what the Man of Steel looked like inside. There's the water. There's us falling through it. Aaaaaand any second now, I'm gonna break the game. [This happens] Yup. Isn't this game great, folks?
In a similar vein, he screws himself over in a later mission by taking us on an actual tour. Of water and fog.
Jon: So I guess we'll take what little time we have left and explore the vast... ocean... of Metropolis. Where the hell are all the buildings? [Beat] Okay. So this is Metropolis, apparently Aquaman hangs out here... there's the water. Fog under the water. Believable... I guess. Except for those triangles. You can — [starts laughing] see the walls! You can see the boundaries of Metropolis!
"Aren't you glad I decided to show this to you guys? 'Go ahead, play Superman, it'll be great! You'll love it! Oh, you'll have fun playing it!'"
"Damn his hoola-hoop plans!"
Jon's explanation of how he came across a Superman 64 strategy guide.
Jon: You probably can't find [a copy of the Superman strategy guide] unless you look online or you know some very deranged people... and I do.
Subtitle: Thanks, Dan.
"I know more about this game than the guide does, which is really depressing... and makes it hard to sleep at night."
Jon walks into the Braniac boss room, collects health... and hears glass shatter. He immediately starts laughing.
"Each piece of paper — which magically disappears after you've read it, because apparently you've put it in your Superpocket or some other... where are the pockets on S — I don't even want to know where Superman has pockets."
"Raise the roof, Superman! ...although I just threw it... So now we'll just steal some lights off the ceiling instead... which are also explosive. Of course. Okay, that one actually kind of makes sense."
Jon: Now if you remember — [Superman glitches] ...the dance button.
"Hi Lois! Get out of the way, I need to save Lois."
When doing Metallo's bio, Jon describes him as being as somewhat forgettable compared to the other bosses in the game, and then gives examples of what makes the other bosses interesting. Said examples? Mala has "A Winning Personality" and Lex Luthor "Spends Entire Level In A Tube".
This moment during stage 4:
Jon: (uses Reprogrammation to convert an enemy to his side) Go get 'em! (gets shot by other enemies while his new partner does nothing) You are useless!(new partner shoots and kills an enemy) ...maybe not. Go get 'em Charlie! (sees that all the enemies are dead) Thanks Charlie, that's a slap on the back for you! (punches his ally and kills him)
Generally, the Running Gag featuring a masterful spoof of the Batman "spinning Chest Insignia" Eye Catch, used with Superman's own Insignia whenever he (alongside his player, Jon) has to start over doing everything again.
He reveals at the end of Stage 7 several glitches regarding rescuing hostages, all of which manage to be funnier than the last. He says you don't even need to take down the Shadows, you can just run around in circles, and shows that you can ignore and fly away from them and still pass the mission.
Mario Kart Wii
(Jon gets a Thundercloud while chasing down Chris in the final seconds of the race)
Jeenius: I live a blessed life of I'm-Not-On-Snakes-Anymore!
The snakes return in achievement form several episodes in.
Jeenius: Sprint never should have been implemented in this game. That is the single one thing that kills me.
Achievement Unlocked: I Thought It Was Snakes? You were thinking it too
In Episode 3, ScatmanPcullhappens, and everyone's baffled, but amazed. Which leads into a discussion about what happens when you remix a remix.
Earlier in the same episode, when Pcull is complaining about the ducks turning around, NCS asks, "What are they, Christian?" This actually gets an achievement, with Bible verse citations in it, no less!
Pcull's random swearing is always good for a laugh. "HOLY BALLS MONKEY SACK ASS MONKEY!"
The predictable (and abundant) jokes about the game itself.
Pcull: Fuck. Shitty tits ass mother...dick. (Beat) Piss.
Jeenius: Yeah! What Patrick said!
Jon: Yeah, that's a good rebuttal. I agree. As a counter-argument: Battletoads.
Further in, we get:
Jeenius: I'm not gonna say it's a bad idea, I'm just gonna say it hurts my soul.
Pcull: Oh, that's just — that's what Battletoads does, man.
Jon: No words can destroy Battletoads. Except Battletoads.
Jon: That too.
There's one segment where NCS is at the end of the Terror Tubes and everybody goes silent as he narrates his thought process. Naturally, it ends poorly.
NCS: Here we go, here we go — to the right. That's right. Now to the left again. That's right. Now to the right. That's right. Now to the left again. That's right. Now to the right — (lands on spikes) WHAT?
NCS just abandoning the game to look something up on Google Chrome. His toad dies over and over while he's away.
Shortly after that...
Jon: I think Tim's fallen asleep. I can hear him — sounds like he's snoring.
NCS: No, I'm still here. I'm just... watching something.
Pcull: Are you watching a guide?
Jon: He's actually replaced his run with a speedrun.
SuperJeenius manages to glitch out the game and get his toad walking on water near the end of one segment in the Absurdly Spacious Sewer level. Repeatedly. He barely seems to notice, but the achievements take note. Somehow, Jeenius' obliviousness makes it more amusing.
In Fun with Letters, the pair head off to "Sentence Land," which allows for the player to pick random words and have the "robot child" narrator read them out, Mad Libs-style. They have a lot more fun creating completely random and nonsensical sentences than they do actually doing what the game actually wants them to do, like "The jet is wet" and "Ran ran away."
Robot child:LuIgI iS iN tHe BaG!
Kelekin: Apparently we're actually now in Idiom World.
Jon trying to figure out what was coming out of a Warp Pipe to talk to him.
Jon: Th—that was Bowser's butt. It just stuck... Did you see that? It stuck out of the pipe... [Sees it again] No, that's a... carrot?
Kelekin unenthusiastically reading out the cow's speech bubble in an apathetic "moo." at the beginning of the first video.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (NES)
He beats the game and doesn't realize it for several seconds - even after commenting on Shredder dying.
Jon: That's fucking right, you fucking melt in that ... Why did you explode? I don't fucking care, you did. ... I-I ... What was the point of that? Whatever, you're fucking dead. Did I just beat the game?
His attempt to explain what's going on upon reaching the lair is completely nonsensical... which makes it awfully entertaining.
Jon: My house! Master! Shredder has, somehow, conveniently set the VCR with this footage. That is set to go off as soon as we walk in. Also, his hand is somehow sticking out of the TV... that's damn impressive. I think he's actually sitting in the TV itself— they just forgot to actually, like, check, see if it was him and when they all went away to try to find Splinter, he just got out and left.
The first LP, even though it's noticeably different from later (especially the first parts), had one moment in The Great Cave Offensive where Jon paused the entire LP to go get a pizza, leaving player 2 sitting by himself for a good five minutes. When he comes back, he then takes another few minutes to eat the pizza before finally continuing the LP.
Donkey Kong 94
In episode 3, he repeatedly pre-empts people in the comments making references that annoy him, such as when the game features Mario being hit with a poison mushroom and when a level has "100 SECONDS?!"
Him and Jirard getting damaged by Melon Bread. A boss they previously thought couldn't hurt you.
The Running Gag that this is mostly Jon's play-through since Jirard keeps dying.
Jirard's steadily increasing awe as Jon starts to play through the Seven Force bosses, Jon himself expecting to die at any time so Jirard can re-enter as player 2, yet it never happens.
Jirard keeps trying to provide moral support with phrases like "You got this, you're good" to Jon, but Jon keeps telling him not to say it — as it resembles his own weaponised Tempting Fate tactic he uses in The Runaway Guys
Jon's appearance in Jirard's episode of Gunstar Heroes on his channel before this LP was made of funny too, especially when Jon makes a "BEARS!" joke. Greg was not amused.
Jon: I AM NOT BRUCE WILLIS!
Resident Evil 5 with Super Jeenius
The Running Gag of Chris Redfield apparently being a football star.
Special mention goes to Jon using "FOOTBAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALL!" as a battle cry when rushing to save a dying Sheva in the second video.
Mixed with a victory fanfare and the words "Touchdown" appearing onscreen when he's successful.
Building on this, the tagline Jon made for the LP's playlist:
"Let's Play Resident Evil 5: I team up with Super Jeenius to save Africa from Bio-Terrorism through the power of sports."
The unintentional Running Gag of Jon getting things wrong about the game when he talks about its mechanics or where items are hidden (etc) and having to correct himself in post-production annotations. He starts to lampshade this by episode 6, referring to it as "Conversations with Future Me".
Super Jeenius claiming that Sheva's high heels are the most lethal weapons in the game.
This exchange after Jake inadvertently summons enemies:
Jon: What did you do?!
Jake: I made people.
Jon: You made people?
Jake: Yeah, I'm a girl. It happens.
Jon: Little too fast.
Jake: Too furious?
Jon: YES! DEFINITELY!
The conversation with "Future Jon".
After Jake makes more geometry references, Jon says he feels like he's playing a game with Sheldon from The Big Bang Theory... only for Jake to reveal that his mom has said the same thing. And even matched the other three LP'ers playing Four Swords Adventures with Jake to other characters from the show.
Much like the aforementioned neckbreaker moment, there's Jon's astounded reaction to Chris's haymaker finisher in part 16:
Jon's confusion over the game's use of the word 'trilliant'. He looks it up and finds it's a word used to refer to gemstones cut into a triangular shape. He challenges the viewers to try and find ways to insert it into random conversations.
Later in the same puzzle, Jon gets trapped in the center area by the lasers. Jake comes up with a complicated plan to get him out (ignoring Jon's much safer one) and ends up killing him again. This earns them a B rank for the level.
Jon: B! Because you burned me to death! B STANDS FOR BURN!
Jon claiming that the goats in the lab complex are the most sinister enemy in the game, complete with The Stinger at the end of the video.
In part 19, Jake is nearly killed by an enemy machine-gun and Jon manages to heal him with an item at the last minute — which gets Jon an achievement called "Lifeguard", prompting him to decide that Chris Redfield is also David Hasselhoff.
They joke about Not Using the Z Word, then Jake refers to the enemies as "Not-Zees", which Jon hears as "Nazis".
After Jake gets hit with a flash grenade:
Jake: Well, I'm...white.
Jon: (laughs) Well...technically...
When fighting the Lickers, Jon starts singing "Point-blank sniping, I am running now!" to the tune of the Transformers theme.
Also during that fight, Jon gets caught by a Licker's tongue and Jake is standing right next to him so he...uses an herb.
Part 20 has Jake being killed by a Reaper instantly, and as the game shows Sheva being impaled multiple times, Chris stands by and just... looks on and doesn't do a damn thing. Jon concludes that Sheva's death was entertaining to Chris.
Also within the same part, Jon and Jake find an emblem in a dumpster and waste many bullets trying to shoot it due to how it's awkwardly placed. The emblem is literally within arm's reach and the duo have so much trouble shooting it. Jake even uses an incendiary grenade on the emblem, only for it to do nothing to the emblem!
"If it can be punched, do it" -Chris Redfield, 2013
Jake's outrage in episode 25 when an enemy still lives after Jake shot him in the face with a rocket launcher. Twice.
In episode 26, it's Jon and Jake's reaction to Uroboros Aheri.
And shortly afterward.
Part 28 has Jon being instantly killed by Wesker with a punch through the chest. Sheva can be seen in the scene standing next to Wesker and just watches him kill Chris, almost as if she is getting revenge for a few parts back when Chris watched Sheva being impaled by a Reaper.
When Wesker is hanging off Sheva's leg and she starts to fall, Chris has a flashback of Jill, yells his Big "NO!", and dives to save her. Jon chooses to ruin the moment by saying, "No! I'm catching the ball this time!" This sends Jake into a silent laughing fit, telling Jon that it was supposed to be touching. Jon's defense? "I'm sorry, you can't be touching while I'm here."
Episode 29 has Jon and Jake's second attempt to beat Wesker after Jake died in the previous episode. Due to low ammunition, they're reduced to attacking the man covered in slithering snake-creatures with a knife and a stun baton, and it worked. They would have won if one of Wesker's attacks didn't kill them.
First Jon, and then Jake, keep accidentally hitting the 'Come on!' taunt when they're trying to jump. "This is not the time for coming on!"
"Josh and Jill went up the hill to fetch a helicopter!"
Jake thinks he sees a treasure glinting in the rescue helicopter and Jon has to stop him from wanting to shoot up the helicopter to get it.
Jake on how he doesn't find the Uroboros as scary as spiders...
On episode 30, Jake attempts to play the piano to get a door open. Jon, however, decides it's necessary to have Chris call for Jill, causing Jake to mess up from laughing too much.
Jake: Dammit, Jon! Stop pointing at the door!
Jon: Ahahahahaha! Already worth it.
At the beginning of that episode, Jon explains to Jake when and where the chapter takes place in the Resident Evil chronology. When Jake accidentally lets slip a spoiler for the chapter, Future!Jon censors it out with an airhorn noise.
Any time Jon hits the taunt button and gets the most appropriate possible taunt in response to something, such as when Jake pretends to abandon Jon locked in a cell:
Jake: I'm going to leave you here now.
Chris Redfield: Thanks!
In episode 31, Jake randomly torturing a dead CIA agent (creeping Jon out) and the Funny Background Event in "What We Missed" where A.I. controlled Chris empties his gun into Wesker's prone form. And then another where Jill carries on playing the piano while A.I. Chris gets attacked by an enemy.
Jake also gets to save Jon in turn, complete with "FOOOTBAAAALL!"
Just after that, Jake breaks open a box and grabs the flash grenade JUST when the enemy slams his anchor on him, leaving him completely unharmed due to invincibility frames.
Jon: Oh, now I'm nowhere near you.
Jake: That's ok, I had invincibility frames! *cracks up*
Jon: ...Oh, you lucky bastard...I'd be angry if you weren't a beautiful human being and saved my life like that.
Their joint reaction when Jake manages to knife a score star high up on the wall, which is so loud that the volume seemed to have been lowered in editing.
Jon and Jake fight a not-zombie and send it flying into a building with a simultaneous Backhand and Roundhouse moves. This comes complete with sports sound effects and a SACKED!!! message that appears on the screen.
Jake: That was pretty hot. I'm slightly more attracted to you now, Josh.note The character Jon is playing, not Josh Jepson...as far as we know.
In episode 34, Jon shooting an enemy so hard that it somehow blasts the enemy through a doorway and slams the door on him.
Jake saves his rocket launcher for the whole fight until a boss near the end...and misses.
Patrick: (as Bane) So let's tie our shoes and get ready to destroy [Mrs. Robinson]! Do you remember how to tie your shoes, kids? First the bunny goes round the tree and then you strangle the life from it!
Jon plays the Wii U version of Tekken Tag Tournament 2, which adds Nintendo-themed costumes for the characters. The results are...interesting.
The Running Gag that whenever Jon says he sucks at using a particular Tekken character, he ends up winning in a ridiculously fast Curb-Stomp Battle, in a sort of reverse version of the Let's Play curse.
Accompanied, of course, by bursts of R.Kelly's "I Believe I Can Fly".
Around 40 minutes in, Lucah starts to die laughing, and Jon soon joins her.
As if that wasn't enough, one of Jon's subscribers dug up this.
Prior to the waterslide incident, there's Jon's reaction to the fact that Lucah is such an expert on the game, and his incredulous responses when so many people start subscribing during the stream of that game.
To give some context as to why that happened: the group is playing the game in hotseat multiplayer, relaying their decisions for Jon to carry out via Skype. On the second puzzle of the session, after a few turns as normal, both "Gex the Enigma" (the team of two) and Lucah both figure out the puzzle while Jon (who was already in the lead) doesn't have a clue. Jon spins for Gex, and gets a Bankrupt. He then spins for Lucah, and lands on a Miss a Turn. The other two already call shenanigans, only for Jon to pick another letter, realize the answer, but spin one more time for score... he lands on the jackpot space and immediately secures it. The other three promptly rage, Lucah getting so vitriolic she actually drops the call.
In some other Wheel of Fortune matches, Jon wins the final prize of "FUN" while guest John (with a H) wins "the Eiffel Tower" (according to Jon slightly misinterpreting the prize cutscenes).
And then Jake wins "the Pyramids, and a boat, and some water for the boat to go in".
At one point Jon ended up streaming Superman 64 due to the game he was supposed to play not working and with the night's stream being titled "Hopefully Not Breaking My Games For Once" edition you'd expect the game to break. Jon's computer crashed instead
At 1 hour 24 minutes into this stream, Skitch accidentally says "that episode of Face/Off" instead of 'that movie'. This segues into Jon and the others discussing a hypothetical spinoff series of Face/Off where Nicolas Cage takes on a different face and persona every week and has to help people, similar to Quantum Leap.
Around 3:30, Jon calls out LiamSixx for previously saying he lived 3 hours away from Jon in Alberta, and now saying he only lives 1 hour away. Liam defensively says he got it wrong...
Liam: Look, which direction is Medicine Hat from you?
Jon's reaction to the game's idiosyncratic quit-game option screen (around 17:30).
The Servbotpunting during the Kasumi89 stream. Possibly trumping that is when one of the bots gets stuck in a wall.
Jon decides to play Sonic 3 and Knuckles. First it takes him several attempts and cartridge-blowing before the lock-on technology works, and then he discovers that the person he bought the cartridges off was some kind of Sonic prodigy, because he has six or seven saved files with all the Chaos Emeralds and maxed out lives and continues. Jon immediately gets an inferiority complex and keeps pre-emptively apologising for not living up to the previous owner by explaining he was a Nintendo kid growing up.
The Fortune Cookie gives Jon the original 8-bit Super Mario Bros. as one of his choices and the chat favours that one. He's worried because he hasn't played it "since before the N64 came out", but after a few touch-and-go moments, manages to beat it. Happily he celebrates with a soundboard clip...
Soundboard: DIS! APP! OINT! ED!
Jon: ...That was not the sound clip I wanted!
Jon moves house and for his first stream in his new house, he starts out with The New Tetris. He sets up a game with the hardest-level AI 'to see how long I can last' and comments on how he only expects the game to last two or three minutes, especially given how he's got to converse with the chat at the same time and isn't paying much attention to the game. Then, in the middle of him saying this, the game abruptly ends-
After Pcull44444 and LiamSixx had both done speedruns on their own channels that night, Jon decides to do his own speedrun... Color A Dinosaur. And people start subscribing as he does it.
In Payday 2, all four members of the team deciding to use the Santa Claus mask for the first mission.
Jon uses a straw poll system so his viewers/subscribers can choose which of the fortune cookie's selections (and his own) he should play. However, occasionally he also uses it to ask them secondary questions like what character he should play as. This escalates out of hand when they're even using it to determine the answers to trivial rhetorical questions Jon asks such as "Will Emile mention Xenoblade or Pokemon first the next time Jon sees him", and on one occasion the chat even managed to crash the straw poll setup with too many polls.
Jon plays Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular and becomes obsessed with trying to beat the seemingly impossible pole vault. He finally manages it...due to looking away from the screen at the crucial moment.
During Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist:
(After Jon says 'Liam has the best stories')
LiamSixx: [Chat says] "Liam, tell me a bedtime story". "Everybody died. The end."
Jon: That story sucks!
Liam: "...And they lived happily ever after".
Jon: That's a much better story.
Later, while Jon is fighting Pizza Monsters that look like xenomorphs:
During the first stream of 2014 (a Fortune Cookie stream), somebody subscribes with the name "YouWillGiveMeAnEggDotCom". Jon thinks the name is funny enough on its own, but then somebody gets the idea to try the URL, and finds that it redirects to Jon's Twitch page.
The Sailor Moon fighting game. Highlights include the story Jon makes up to complement the first cutscene (acting as though he's translating the Japanese text), his bafflement at the brutality of the grabs (headbutts, slaps, powerbombs), Chibi Moon "eating" the opponents face, DanTheEnigma continuously questioning why Tuxedo Mask is on the continue screen in the chat, and somebody pointing out the Contrived Coincidence of struggling against Sailor Mercury, when earlier in the stream he was struggling against the similarly named Mercurius in a Gundam fighting game.
Speaking of struggling against Mercurius, he expresses frustration with one move in particular, which he dubs the "Erection Shield".
The Barbie game. From their reactions to the acting, to Lucahjin saying "clean My Balls" (their name for the pony) and the chat going wild with it, to Jirard showing up in the chat and treating the pony washing as a competitive sport.
During one of his streams in October, someone (or multiple people) kept subscribing to his channel. This wouldn't be anything strange, except that 20 or so of them were all variations on Chugga's username, puns/jokes involving his username, and one that was simply "Chugga Wants An Egg". Jon and the chat was wondering if Chugga was doing this on purpose to see how many eggs Jon would give him before he asked him to stop. Jon didn't stop because (a) Either way he was getting 5 bucks a subscription and if whoever was doing it wanted to keep giving Jon money then so be it, and (b) he thought it was hilarious.
Jon ended streaming Drakkhen, for one specific reason:
Jon's determination to play City Escape while streaming Sonic Generations. (He then played the original City Escape after finding out that the Generations remake was not as good as the original and got a D rank.)
Skitch brought up the "Ban Doge" petition on the government website, and went on a nearly fifteen minute insane, rambling improvised story about a teacher whose life was ruined because of Doge, by the end of it Jon and Gex are both awestruck.
Halfway through, Gex interrupts to mention that a new subscriber has signed up with the username "John Doge Johnson", then name of the teacher in Skitch's story.
Lucah (who may or may not have been groggy from lack of sleep) went into a berserker rage at Jon's poor play, concluding with her playing the next round and screwing up even worse.
And then Gex, Poor Gex. He meant to say "knack", but his words slipped and he accidentally blurted out the N-word. Lucah's fake offense was a bit too real and Gex sulked off. What followed was several minutes of Lucah pleading him to come back, even saying "It's okay! I'm racist too!". Trainwreck would be a bit of an understatement for how it goes from there.
The Running Gag that "Jon's audience hates Contra" - whenever a Contra game appears as a straw poll option it gets under 5% of the vote, much to Jon's bafflement.
During Jon's inaugural "Choose Your Own Adventure" stream, he lets the audience vote on what to do for the first hour. The "Mystery Option" wins by a landslide... and Jon immediately ends the stream. note Well, not really, but that was what the Mystery Option was supposed to be. Since it was the first option chosen, Jon decided to continue the stream and play Star Fox 2 instead.
The "Non-Titanfall" stream reveals just how large a hamEmile is: according to Jon, every time he screams on TheRunawayGuys, they mute his mic, but it's so loud everybody elses mics picks up the sound instead.
Near the start, Jon plays Ghostbusters and a commenter points out that he's ProtonJon using a Proton Stream on a ProtonJon Stream.
Jon: We have officially become too meta.
Jon gets annoyed that people are asking about Superman 64 when there's an update about it "right under the stream", prompting this:
Pcull44444 (singing, as Sebastian from The Little Mermaid): Under da stream, under da stream! There is an update, about Su-per-man, under da stream!
Jon plays War Of The Monsters after a confused mess of straw polls, during which Pcull accuses Jon of being Hitler for restricting straw poll use, and Jon's fans promptly make photoshops about it. Then, during the game, after Jon (playing as Magmo) uses the phrase "Everybody Loves Magmo", he and Pcull conceive a sitcom about giant monsters. "It ain't easy being thirty feet tall! (LAUGH TRACK)"
The 3/23/2014 Choose Your Own Adventure Stream actually has a story in which every spoiler tag was chosen by the viewers. Chuggaaconroy was murdered at the Tokyo Game Show by Lucahjin using Chugga's voice and will be defended in court by Phoenix Wright.
Jon being a Third-Person Person in his excited sports commentator-style commentary on the game, and lampshading it.
The game lists the 8 players in a match with national flags beside their names. In one of the games, Jon is on top and another Canadian is on the bottom, with all the players in between being Americans - Jon promptly dubs it "A Canadian sandwich".
In one match, a new player with the username "A Girlbreast" joins in. Jon and the others have fun with Hello, Insert Name Here jokes, while one commenter manages to do a Navigtr / Retsupurae reference based on it.
Jon gets promoted from rank E (the default) to D. The others immediately begin mocking him for it and claiming that Jon is the only person on earth who's played the notoriously terrible game long enough to actually get a promotion.
A poor choice of words concerning the above sets chat off about "The D". It starts out sexual, turns into puns, and ends with the Wikipedia page for the letter D being vandalized.
Jon gets promoted to rank D+
Jon: I HAVE THE BIGGEST D OF ALL!
Dan The Enigma ends up as the game's Butt Monkey due to a comment made by The Jewker and his constant choking. Everyone gets in on it, resulting in a straw poll asking if he will choke. The result was yes
The Jewker: Dan is an aggressive man, but he is not aggressive. Not to get a win.
This in-fact escalated to the point where Dan actually pulled a Face-Heel Turn in-chat.
More like a Tweener, but whatever suits the editors. -Dan
When The Jewker is brought into the call on the first Bomberman: Act Zero Night he continues the jokes at Dan's expense.
The Jewker: This is a winner's call.
When asked why why he and his fellow players love Bomberman Act Zero despite the game's terrible reputation, Jon gives this clip as evidence. It involves three players simultaneously having infinite line bombs power-ups for insane results.
Before the first Bomberman Night, someone decided to complain about the fact that they had been waiting for over an hour for the stream to start. Jon responds by delaying the stream by 20 minutes and changing the title to reflect this.
Dan The Enigma is only a few hundred points away from getting a D rank, and is trying to earn the amount of points required to get said rank, leading to the inevitable jokes in the chat about Dan "wanting the D". He even joins in after a while.
People start subscribing with hilarious usernames, such as "eggpleaser" and "Hey_Distraction". And after the latter subscribes, Jon naturally gets distracted and dies.
Any time Dan scores a kill on Jon has hilarious reactions.
Jon: DAMMIT DAN!
In the fifth stream, Jon comments on the increasing popularity of "It's still anyone's game":
Jon: Well, there are worse catchphrases to have. I should know, I have half of them.
Jon's anti-MysticShaymin "rock opera" song in the seventh stream.
In the closing Q&A session of the 5th Bomberman Night, (Starting at 4:32:25) Jon told us about all the places he's lived. This includes getting kicked out because of a roomate's poor diet, a house that was illegally set up as a suite, and several other crazy events. The funniest of all though, was the story of his 3rd home, which was inhabited by "Including, but not limited to: