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     Rooster Teeth Podcast (formerly Drunk Tank) and Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures 
  • This one is two-fold - the first half has them talking about a remote-controlled airplane carrying around an iPhone and a hotdog.
    • The other half is Burnie explaining a prank that he, Jordan and Gavin pulled on Gus. Watch it and find out what they did. The source material for it is arguably funnier, since we find out that he threw his headphones hard enough to break something in the studio, and prompted Monty Oum to pop his head in to find out what the commotion's about.
  • The Left 4 Dead Survival Strategy is pretty great too, done while the guys were on the podcast.
    Burnie: So, do we all agree, Joel, that we would basically just pin hot dogs to him and leave him outside, right?
    Geoff: Pretty much.
    Burnie: Slather you with ketchup.
    Joel: Zombies don't like hot dogs.
    Gus: I really want a hot dog now.
    Some time later...
    Burnie: (after he and Joel have been mobbed to death by zombies in a house) I don't think we should call our room the living room anymore.
  • Gavin's attempt to tell a story about a stunt driver goes horribly wrong with two words: Headlight Fluid. Made even better by the fact that the rest of the group doing the podcast all played major characters in Red vs. Blue, where one of the earliest jokes involved headlight fluid.
  • Geoff's story about Serial Escalation lightning strikes.
  • The absolutely disgusting story about a dolphin and the scheme it was given to try and get it to learn English.
  • Burnie relates a couple of Cringe Comedy moments featured in Bad Luck Burnie and its sequel, but the troll nurse he had when suffering from panic attacks is hilarious, along with the face he makes in response to such a heaping dose of Paranoia Fuel.
  • The "shittiest company ever" that Gus had to work for. He tells the story in the second half of this video.
  • Joel talks about the time he went skydiving.
  • Gavin makes a mild slip up, and promptly gets chewed out by Gus. After saying he didn't mean it, all Gus can say is "I have to take you at face value, Gav. You did talk about Headlight Fluid."
  • The entire RTX Podcast, when Jack's beard is talked about in disgusting detail (starting at about 30 minutes in)- this is before Frank O'Connor from 343 Industries immediately says it looks like an old man's pubic hair.
    • Immediately followed by Jack asked how he knows what that looks like. His response?
    • Gus being followed into the bathroom to sign a poster, then immediately being pounced upon by a family as soon as he leaves.
  • Gus talking about how he kicked Gavin up the butt... then Burnie talks about how he kicked him into a metal sheet... PENIS FIRST. Watch the story here.
  • Drunk Gavin trying to get revenge on Burnie... and then getting kicked into a lift.
  • On the live podcast they brought up how Ray live tweets The Walking Dead, some complaining about the frequency of said tweets. The following week, Ray procede to include the RT Podcast's and Barbara's twitter during his live tweeting.
  • Burnie's interaction with Mighty Fine Hamburger employees. You can watch it at the end of this video.
    Mighty Fine employee: Hey, how's your day?
    Burnie: Good. How's yours?
    Mighty Fine employee: Mighty fine!
    Burnie: FUCK YOU!
    • Followed by Gavin declaring he wants to do that somewhere where the pun doesn't work at all, like Jersey Mike's:
    Gavin (as a Jersey Mike's employee): Hey, how's your day?
    Customer: Good, how's yours?
    Gavin: Jersey Mike's!
    (Customer looks heavily confused)
  • Gus creates a Fleshlight ad, featuring an Incredibly Hilarious Pun.
    Gus: This portion of the podcast brought to you by Fleshlight. Fleshlight: Go fuck yourself.
  • Marshall's doorbell button.
  • Miles' strip-club incident.
  • Gus' growingfrustration with Gavin's inability to correctly put on headphones.
  • At the end of Podcast #220, Ray tells the story of how he stole Gavin's pizza, arguing that it was the fault of the waitress for not protecting Gavin's food.
  • Gavin or Google.
  • This bit , from Podcast #227:
    (Everyone in the background cracks up)
  • Podcast #238, Gavin explains why their conversation delved into retrograde ejaculation by explaining how he was never going to get a better segue for it.
  • Podcast #246, Burnie talks about a dream he had where Lindsay discovers that while she wears her wedding dress, she is completely invisible to unmarried men, and uses that to become a secret agent of the Government and fight the Polish Army. It's as awesome as it sounds.
  • Podcast #257: Matt is apparently not pleased with the lack of fanfare at Jersey Mike's.
  • Podcast #270, Burnie wonders what it would be like if Godzilla were as scared of humans as humans were of bugs. Watch the hilarious tale here.
  • When Jordan goes out of town and forgets to make an episode of Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures before he goes, what happens? Burnie makes The Greatest Episode Ever.
  • The RTX podcast panel. Funny moments range from Joel giving out Jack's phone number and the "lightning round" of questions
    Audience member: I'm moving from Texas to the UK. Any advice?
    Joel: We're sorry.
    Burnie: You're going backwards.
    • Then there's the moment where they're all asked an economics question and everyone simultaneously and immediately turns and looks at Joel. He, being flustered at the attention, simply shouts out, "BRAZIL".
    • When it looks like Jack is about to give out Joel's phone number in revenge for him having done it first, he (quite audibly) shouts from offstage "I'M NOT GOING TO DO IT BECAUSE I'M NOT AN ASSHOLE".
    • Beforehand, people start cheering for Jack during his argument with Joel, at which point Joel calls out the audience, saying "when you're at an intervention, you don't start cheering for the heroin addict!"
  • At the very end of Podcast #314, just as the credits begin to roll, Burnie comes out of nowhere and tackles Gavin of the couch. It's extra hilarious in the audio version, since there's no explanation you just hear Gavin scream out over the outro music and then a crash.
  • From Podcast #322 and shown off in the Straight Outta RT Minimations, Gavin talks about how he and Dan suffer from a horrible case of de-synchronization in Halo 2, leading to a point where Gavin attempts to catch up with Dan, making the latter to bust a gut at how Gavin's character is acting in his screen, culminating in the former grenading himself.
  • From Podcast #330, Burnie tells the gang about how he learned their Machinima offices have an accidental "death switch" in the Rooster Teeth kitchen. Gus, then, postulates that if that existed when they were working on Red vs. Blue Season 3, Burnie would have flipped and ripped it out Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom style.
  • From Podcast #321 Barbara tells a story of how she swore at Supanova, a VERY family friendly Australian convention (excellent convention BTW if you live in Australia). She and Arryn had been told numerous times not to swear and Arryn manages not to. Barbara on the other hand, fails. Horribly.
    • At RTX Au 2016, it's clear that it has not been forgotten, with even Yang making a nod to it on Day 2's RWBY panel.
    Audience Member: Do you have any favourite insults?
    Yang: There's some kids in the audience, so I don't think I could tell you what my favourite insult is… but you're all thinking it right now.
  • Ladies and Gentlemen, behold... The legendary Appetizer Argument.
  • Miles Luna has one of the worst imaginable Epic Fails possible at the end of a very successful date. How? By accidentally swapping two words.
    Miles: Upon me saying what I actually said, you'll know exactly what I was trying to say, and how badly I fucked it up. She was like "Whisper something dirty in my ear!" And I responded with - "I want to see your cock in my mouth."
  • In Podcast #375, Gus is talking about how he got an Encarta Encyclopedia CD and just thought it was the most amazing thing. He talks about John F. Kennedy and his speech about going to the Moon and Miles interrupts, thinking he was going to mention his assassination. Gus blows it off, then accidentally runs into an Incredibly Lame Pun by saying the experience was "mind-blowing", sending Miles into hysterics.
  • Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures: Racial Super Texas has a cameo at 0:20, looking a little disarmed.
  • Drunken Burnie declares that he is CatBug, and as an encore, hands out popcorn to people and tells them they need to leave because they're too drunk.

     Extra Life 
  • Many of the stretch goal rewards from the 2013 Extra Life stream count as this:
    • Michael cramming 12 Pizza Hut lava cakes into his face. He ends up leaving such a mess on his face and spitting out so much that he claims at the end, "12 entered. About 8 left."
    • Gavin watching "Slow-Mo Love" for the first time. He's predictably grossed out watching his own kisses, but he snaps out of that briefly to criticize the visible mic in one shot.
    • X-Ray and Vav have a lot of fun with a fan, letting their capes flow in the wind and, at one point, recreating the Jack and Rose pose.
    • Caiti shocks everyone in a game of Cards Against Humanity such as giving bad children "Hurricane Katrina" for Christmas
  • LeVar Burton reading "Go the Fuck to Sleep" on the 2014 Extra Life stream. Hearing an aspect of your childhood swear seems both wrong and hilarious.
  • During the 2015 Extra life, a special thing was that they would spin a wheel to see what the crew would do anytime somebody donated $1337 or more. When #2 & #3 came in, both spins got "do 10 jumping jacks", so the crew got up to do 20. Well, that is except as the others were doing so, Geoff was channeling his inner Grif, grabbing a donut, and only joining in for the last 2.
    • Millie enthusiastically want 'red' to come, which would allow her to punch somebody in the stomach,. She eventually got to punch an injured Caleb Denacour and her dad, Geoff Ramsey.
    • Afterwards, Geoff tells the audience not to challenge him to drink a mixed drink or beer.
    • After hitting the $250k mark, we get to hear a medic say "I need to look up how to remove taser darts."
    • A big chunk of 2Spooky (The time period after 2am) was ludicrous, mostly because of Drunk Gus.
    • Because of his drunkenness, Gus recently achieved the nickname The Cheesemaster
    • In the entire stream, we got 3 different readings of 50 Shades of Grey, one by Tyler Coe, another by Lindsay Jones as Ruby Rose and CEO Matt Hullum as Sarge.
      • Right after Tyler says the line "Tossed my tampon in the toilet," everyone just hears a distant "Kobe!" from Cole and everyone erupted in laughter.
      • Lindsay doesn't like making Ruby curse, so she read lines like "I don't make love. I truck, I truck hard."

     The Patch 
  • In the middle of The Patch #83, Geoff walks up to Ryan with a controller and asks him to press the A button. After hesitating, Geoff tells Gus to do it - he does, and changes Ryan's Gamertag.
    Meg: You just bought, like, two systems or something.
    • What's even funnier is that Geoff runs back into The Patch set and tells him; a little bit later, Ryan tells the listeners that he's coming in early the next day and none of them will have a Gamertag anymore.
      Ryan: Internet, I'm gonna tell you right now. If you go tomorrow and try to get any of their Gamertags, it'll be available.
  • We later get to see the making of the prank. Highlights include:
    • Jack, who was absent during these events, comes into the office after the name change, looks at Ryan's computer monitor, and calmly lets out a quiet "oh no." When Kerry finds out about it, he turns to the camera and pretty much begs Ryan that it wasn't him that did it.
    • The guys are then flabbergasted that news of Ryan's "name change" was on the Rooster Teeth Subreddit mere moments after Geoff had finalized the change.
    • Geoff, Michael, Ray, and Gavin are absolutely terrified when Ryan calmly walks into the AH office swearing revenge, in very different ways: Gavin claims that he was just filming the prank, Geoff starts blaming others, Ray desperately tries to backpedal from the prank (which he inadvertently suggested) and Michael spends the video giggling uncontrollably wielding a golf club.
    Gavin: Oh man, my heart hurts.
    Matt: That's fear, Gavin.
    • What makes this even funnier was that they knew Ryan would be angry and they still did it, despite Ray trying to desperately backpedal even then.
    • Ryan's return to the office - Ryan is one of the calmer members of the main group, so it's unnerving to see just how pissed off he is from the moment he enters the room, as well as how calm he is when threatening the others. Add to this Michael and Geoff dying of laughter in the background, and the entire reveal is hilarious.
    • When Ryan first does enter the office, he immediately squashes all pretense.
    Geoff: Hey, what's up?
    Ryan: Hey. You guys are all fucked, you know that, right?
    Geoff: How was The Patch?
    Ryan: Oh, I know. You leave for a second, you're fucked.
    • At the very end of the Behind The Scenes, Gavin and Michael are discussing how much it actually costs to change your gamertag. Ryan caps it:
    Ryan: It's 10, yeah. $9.99. [holds up his phone] I got the receipt.


     The Know 
  • In the video announcing Meg Turney's leaving of Rooster Teeth, she, Ashley and Ryan laugh at the fact that the Subreddit for Rooster Teeth asked the tough questions like "How is Ryan taking Meg leaving?", "How is Gavin going to get to work?" and "Is Meg and Gavin going to break up?"
  • In the video talking about the complaints on the Titanfall 2 Beta, Ashley and Gus talk about how the titular mecha were much weaker. Gus explains it as "They're Titans and they fall." Ashley glares at Gus, glares at the camera and stomps off.

     Coming Soon 

     How To with Joel and Adam 
  • Adam and Joel build a car in Garry's Mod. Neither of them have ever played Garry's Mod before. Hilarity Ensues.
    • After about three minutes of trying to build the car, they get distracted and end up spending the next five minutes trying to hit each other with the largest props they can find.
    • A few minutes later, Adam discovers the tool gun but can't figure out how to activate anything he spawns with it.
    • Joel discovers the advanced duplicator and proceeds to hit the prop limit.
  • Adam and Joel jump a car in episode 2 of Garry's Mod.
    • Mattress monster.
    • Adam spawns a bunch of headcrabs on Joel while he's trying to work.
  • Joel & Adam Build the Millenium Falcon in Garry's Mod.
    • God mode is off this time, resulting in many physics-related deaths.
    • After three episodes, Joel and Adam still haven't figured out the props that were welded while frozen are what's keeping their vehicles from moving. They think they keep accidentally welding things to the ground.
    • After finishing their "Millenium Falcon", they end up flipping over every time they try to fly with it. Eventually, they give up and fly it up to the "Death Star" with no clip.
  • "How To: Left 4 Dead 2" is a barrel of fun. First off, they're playing with models and flashlight skins downloaded from the Steam Workshop. Matt is the Shark Slayer, Joel is Sanic, Adam is Professor Genki, and Jeremy is Colonel Sanders.
    • The Tank is Donkey Kong, and instead of throwing rocks he throws barrels full of bananas.
    • Joel spends the first minute of the video completely baffled by the fact that his flashlight is an anime girl note .
    • Adam keeps lighting Matt on fire and throwing tartar sauce (Boomer bile) at him in attempts to cook and eat him.
    • Jeremy always refers to healing items as KFC products, even though they haven't been reskinned. Health kits are buckets of chicken, adrenaline and boomer bile are gravy, and pills are mashed potatoes.
  • Adam and Joel tase people. There's also some game in between the tasing.

Live Action

     RT Recap 

     Happy Hour 
  • "Gavin After Dentist" has Meg film Gavin after getting his wisdom teeth removed.
    • On the ride home, Gavin asks about his teeth, is convinced that they didn't get removed at one point and wonders why he didn't get to keep them.
    • His Mario Kart 64 dream involving a family of dentists.
    • His mopey yet gushy admiration towards Meg is both this and Crowning Moment of Heartwarming.

     RT Life 
  • This edition of RT Life. JJ makes a dumb vine at the expense of being soaked, Miles gets "ferociously savaged" by Rebel the Dog, and Brandon has to find Gavin after he's been rejected from a bar. He finds Gavin taking a piss in the dumpster.
  • Everybody showing how, just by filming a single video, Michael's raging affects their lives.
  • RT Life, they go out to jump a person's car on Reddit. Brandon proves to be the champion of comedy. First they turn to him to direct him to their destination and while he knows where it is, he doesn't realize that he's supposed to be navigating and directing them to said location. Then once they get there, he has to crawl under the fence to let them in. Then he gets out the jumper cables before they've confirmed they've found the car. Then they realize that they're at the wrong location. Then they get to the right location, find the person who needs help, and turn to Brandon for the jumper cables.....who left it at the other location.... and then asks everyone else why they didn't put it back in the truck.
    Burnie: Within one sentence, you explain why it was your fault and immediately shifted blame to everyone else.
    • Bonus points: the person they helped apparently doesn't have a problem asking a nearby car if they've got a pair of jumper cables but does have a problem asking for a boost. Instead, she posts to Reddit for help
  • Gavin's return, which sees him waste no time in starting the trolling all over again.
  • Gavin trying and failing to flip off Geoff's chair.
  • Mike the intern (no, not the guy who does Rage Quit) trying and failing to jump over his own leg.
  • Jack later gets his own back and painfully waxes Gavin's arm.
  • Michael failing to eat a five pound gummy bear.
  • Gavin being hit in the nuts.
  • Gus and Barbara trolling Ben after he gets a little too cocky about the Olympics.
  • Two words: Gangnam Style.
  • Chris scaring Kara.
  • Brandon has a heartfelt conversation with Joe the Cat.
  • 4 days before The Force Awakens was released, Blaine was invited to a screening of the Force Awakens.... only it's a Star Wars themed Rooster Teeth short.

     Social Disorder 


     A Simple Walk 

     Nature Town 

     The Gauntlet 
  • Joel's seriously deadpan commentary over the games of Left 4 Dead 2.
  • Joel commenting on Minecraft.
  • "Fro Guy", a contestant that had a big afro.
  • Joel's ridiculously complicated interview process for Season 2 of The Gauntlet... which turns out to be meaningless.
  • In Episode 3 of The Gauntlet Season 2, we get quite a few moments.
    • Ryan proposes taking on the other teams physically should they lose. Later, he says he doesn't want to identify a particular weak link, then immediately coughs and mutters "Gavin".
    • Burnie and Joel's fake Bitch in Sheep's Clothing moment about the community supposedly being unimportant. Earlier, Burnie randomly points out that more dinosaurs supposedly equals more awesomeness, then tries saying "go dinosaur or go home" and passing it off as a common cliche". Joel then says "nobody's ever said that before in any context".
    • The Rooster Teeth staff team do not get an easy time. They get shoved in the basement to practice because they supposedly are less important than the other teams, are told that they're the expendable ones in terms of the asbestos in the basement, and are then told, alongside the other teams, that they have to clad a player in Mjolnir armour, for which they choose Miles. Cue a sequence with him epically marching in and giving salutes... only to discover that nobody else had to don the armour. Burnie then calls him an attention seeker.
    • Burnie's attempt to count the players in fails when the gamers have to wait for themselves to be loaded in. Then he tries once more and gets told by Joel that he's failed yet again.
    • Gavin randomly starts baiting the community team by saying they're crap, to which he gets the reply, "No You". Burnie deadpans and says that the community team has just represented the entire community badly by doing so.
      • Later, this becomes a Brick Joke when a bit of Trash Talk comes back their way, and one of the community members shouts "for a group of Achievement Hunters, you guys are sucking a bunch of *censorship bleep*s!"
    • Team Internet Celebrity have a bit of luck when they all seize the hill... only for Miles and community member Stan to run them all over with Ghosts.
    • Throughout the entire thing, Joel's deadpan commentary lampshades the fact that both Team AH and, to a lesser extent Team Rooster Teeth play Halo for a living and are not doing well. Of course, Team RT eventually comes second but it's still funny.
    • The Achievement Hunter team start doing so badly that when Ryan seizes the hill, Michael fails to register for a few moments that it's happened. Gavin then forgets they're playing KOTH and starts getting Michael to gun down random players who aren't near the hill, including Gus.
    Michael: Who gives a shit about the guy not on the hill, Gavin?
    (pause, Gus later gets gunned down)
    Gus: Why are you coming after me? The hill's in the other direction!
    Michael: THAT'S WHAT I'M SAYING!
  • In Episode 4:
    • At one point, they're supposed to run a mini-obstacle course jumping over spikes and collecting coins before stopping and eating 10 onion rings. The first contestant through plows through all the spikes, leaves the rings, and smashes the plate of onion rings into the far wall as he bowls past.
    • "Stop." *The onion ring plate gets pushed off the table with the contestant running. Another contestant passes by as well*. This leads to a great bit of Laser-Guided Karma when the guilty party has to scoop them up with his bare hands, being told he may only use the tools provided.
    • Michael's general frustration at the game.
    • iJustine gets progressively more frustrated leading to
      iJustine: Who plays this game?
  • Episode 5, Season 2.
    Joel: And that's what we want you to tell the community team
  • Gilligan cut*
    Chris: So, Burnie and Joel can't be here right now but they just want you guys to try your best.
    Brandon: Yeah, they were really enthusiastic. They're really rooting for you guys.
    • Gavin complains he didn't get to do much in the first round of the first game, which results in Ryan and Michael snarking that it's because he can't do anything.
    • When all of RT team has a meltdown when time is running out and no one is pushing the button. This is not helped by the addition of symbols that they all take liberties in describing.
    Miles: Enable dude rolling his back on a ball.
    Barbara: Enable some guy on a ball!
    Gus: Enable the guy on the ball!!
    Jordan: I DON'T HAVE THE GUY ON THE BALL!!!!!!
    • After finding out that his team is now vulnerable to elimination, Michael decides to essentially flip the other teams off by miming him ejaculating all over them. Immediately after, Burnie's new Immunity tool is revealed... to be the immunity wrench.
    • In addition to the teams being blindfolded, Burnie randomly ends up blindfolded as well even though it's not necessary, and ends up peeing near where Gus is standing. Gus pays no attention to it.
    • One of the members of the Community Team having trouble finding the "a" button on the keyboard. Somehow, he goes so far off-field that he accidentally presses enter.
  • In Episode 7 of Season 2, the music becomes slow and flashback shows Michael saying that him and Gavin will have a truce and win together with Gavin encouraging Michael on, seconds later, Michael eliminates Gavin out the game and Michael is then eliminated.

     On The Spot 
  • Ryan brings his obsession with small animals here.
  • Team CSC's movie pitch titled RWBY volume 3.
  • Joel explains what it means to be "Joeled".
  • Team CSC vs Team Free Willy- Surprising Things to Yell When Climaxing:
    • Ryan starts things out by shouting "Glad you're my sister!" before Jon has even started the game.
    • Moments later, without missing a beat, Ray shouts "Gavin!"
  • The season finale goes entirely Off the Rails as Geoff completely hijacks just about every moment with random stories.
    • Geoff points out Jack's socks leading to Joel deciding to take off one of Jack's socks and play with it. Gavin quickly abandons ship.
  • Ryan defines "Muppet Neck":
    Ryan: Alright, you know how white boys be all like at the disco?
    (Ray collapses to the ground in laughter)
  • Eyebrow cam.
  • "Zombie apocalypse? Fuck bread."
  • Episode 13 has Aaron & Blaine win, meaning that they'll return in the next episode to defend their title. Episode 14 was supposed to have Blaine & Aaron play against Gus & Josh, but we find out that as soon as the show went live, Josh jumped ship and Aaron switched teams, meaning that Blaine is all alone. They eventually pull in Barbara to be his teammate, but when she joins the other team, Chris has to fill in. When Chris defects, Josh—Gus's original teammate—takes his place. When Gus's mega-team inevitably wins, Gus asks if Josh wants to be on the winning team.
  • This particular exchange, which starts when Blaine is forced to describe "Champion Juice":
    Blaine: Champion Juice is not sweat. It's, okay, you know when you take off your work-out shorts, and there's, like, that really pungent smell?
    Jon: (smiling) No, I don't.
    Blaine: Well, you don't work out.
    (Barbara chuckles)
    Blaine: It's, there's a really, like,...there's like a stank...
    Jon: I also don't have a sense of smell!
    Blaine: (the realization hits him) Oh...
    (Barbara breaks out laughing)
    Jon: But thank you for going with the insult route!
  • The complete trainwreck that is the second half of Episode 30, all starting with the redemption challenge. It involves, among other things, Dan smashing cookies into the carpet, Gavin cramming cookies into Dan's mouth in an attempt to gain more points, at least 2 separate instances of people being pushed out of their chairs, and all the contestants eating cookies off the floor at some point - with special mention to Michael, who starts sucking the crumbs Dan crushed into the carpet off the floor like a vacuum cleaner. It gets so chaotic that Jon completely gives up and starts giving (and taking) away obscene amounts of points to everyone for every little thing that happens.
  • Episode 36, Joel temporarily becomes the host after he begins to give and take points without any input from Jon. It goes about as well as one might expect.
  • Episode 40
    • When Kurt and Nick are introduced, you can quite clearly hear someone in the audience shout "Goddammit! Fuck!"
      • It wasn't someone in the audience. It was Blaine.
        Miles: You need to calm down, okay?
    • Blaine gets hammered. He has about eight beers during the game, in addition to three he drank beforehand, and he makes life hell for Miles the entire time.
    • Team Hats gives Jon, Blaine, and Miles hats as "gifts". Miles' and Blaine's hats say "Butt" and "Hole", respectively. Jon gives them several hundred bonus points.
    • During their turn of "Cunning Linguistics", Blaine calls his mom as a "lifeline".
    Jon: Three hundred bonus points for Blaine's mom.
  • Episode 49 gets off to a good start when Jon winds up becoming broken barely two minutes in:
    Jon: (as everyone else is arguing) TEAM NAMES! Team names, team names- (begins shushing and snapping) It's too early- we haven't even gotten to team names- we haven't even gotten to team names! What are your fucking team names?
    • Why is this episode called "Death of the Golden Gus"? At around 5:20, Ryan stealthily steals the Golden Gus statue, removes the screws, and puts it back. The payoff comes at the end.
      Tyler: "On the Spot" is done forever!
      • And somehow, only Jon was unaware of what Ryan did.
    • Behold:
    Tyler: The is the longest game of "On the Spot" ever...
    Tyler: Damnit! FUCK!
  • Episode 55:
    • Michael and Andrew get 55 points before the game even starts.
    • Jeremy repeatedly steals things from Jon's desk: the Golden Gus, Jon's mug, and then Jon's phone.
    • Jeremy attempts to text a dick pic to Jon in exchange for bonus points. Michael one-ups him by whipping his out. Jon awards Michael 2000 bonus points.
    Michael: That's a 2000-point dick! You're married to a 2000-point dick!
  • Episode 63, featuring Funhaus's Bruce and James, and Game Grumps' Arin and Danny. Just as the title implies, thing go so thoroughly completely Off the Rails, Jon just silently Rage Quits and gets the fuck out of dodge.
  • Episode 64:
    • Near the end is a portion on "Things that could get you fired from Planned Parenthood," Maggie's idea? POST ABORTION RAPE.
  • Episode 78:
    • Four words: Tyler Coe... as Santa.
      • Special mention goes to how he manages to disturb the fuck out of Andy, before the game even starts, merely by calling Jon "Jonny".
    • "Ass Swipe" manages to get derailed pretty hard when "Naught Santas" gets Variam... and Tyler completely ignores actually talking about his characteristics in lieu of repeatedly insisting he loves America and is American.note  It gets to the point that Jon immediately rings Tyler out the second he tries continuing it.
      Mariel: (buries head in hands) oh my god
    • Prior to the Redemption Challenge (which involves eating cookies and milk... supposedly from last year), Tyler decides to "lube up" by taking a pull off of his bottle of Maker's Mark. He winds up downing half of the bottle.
      Jon: (hands on cheeks, to the camera; as Tyler coughs and gags) Remember when Santa died when on "On the Spot"? Remember?
      Tyler: (gag) CHRIST KRINGLE!

     Million Dollars, But... 
  • Episode 1
    • The look on Josh Flanagan's face every time that he's about to utilize his index finger.
    • Gavin bringing up the possibility of a dog showing up at the opera.
  • Episode 2

     Heroes and Halfwits 

  • Right off the bat you have the names of the characters. Michael's character is called "Mogar Jones," naturally. Gus' character name is "Bor Ealis." Griffon's character name is "Orma." Geoff's character name is "Bo Jingles" and Ryan's name is "Albus Cumberbatch."
  • A few Running Gags surface very quickly, such as Albus obsessively collecting useless samples, Bo Jingles trying to win Orma's affections, Michael and Gus consistantly rolling the same thing to the point where it starts to terrify them and Ryan constantly asking the question "Do they speak Deep?" at the start of every encounter.
    • Needless to say, the payoff whenever the party actually does enounter someone who speaks Deep is very sweet.
  • DM Frank will often do his job by describing to the party what they've found and what observations they can make. For the sake of roleplaying, the group will usually then relay what Frank just told them to each other. Word for word.
    Frank: So you manage to get the chest out, and quickly realise this is a nice metal chest.
    Geoff: This is a really nice chest!
    Gus: It's metal!
  • Gus is sat next to Ryan, allowing him a lot of opportunity to make a lot of hilarious facial reactions to Ryan's more chaotic or evil actions.
  • The party run into a captive 14 year old girl called Sanji in a cave in Episode 6, who joins their party. From that point on, she becomes the most hated member of the party to everyone other than Geoff. While she isn't quite The Load as she never gets in the party's way, she does become The Scrappy due to her lack of contribution to the party's battles and her infatuated cheering on of Bo Jingles, which the other party members find annoying. She's particularly this to Michael who never misses an opportunity to complain about her. It gets to a point where the others frequently ask if Sanji has been brutally killed in the middle of battle.
    • Another prisoner found in the caves was a much older man named 'Father Dori'. Though it was funny enough that Ryan enthusiastically declared they'd "found Dori," the following jokes about the way the man touched the party when healing them pretty much wrote themselves.
  • Starting at Episode 10, the group start to wear items of clothing that match their characters. Geoff wears little horns, Ryan wears bracers, etc. Perhaps the best part of this is that Gus wears a coif of chainmail, which affects the way he turns to look at Ryan.
    Youtube comment: I like how Gus pivots his entire upper body to look at Ryan. It makes him look like a Muppet.
  • The group encounter Drow at various points. Frank voices them with Brooklyn accents. Enough said.
  • From Episode 1:
    • Ryan rolls a 1 for initiative on their very first battle, which leads to him surmising that while the rest of the party leapt into action to fight the snake that attacked them, Albus didn't notice the threat at all and knealt down to tie his shoelaces.
    • Ryan uses his Charisma to convince Geoff's character that there's a snake on him, making Bo Jingles run away. Ryan then has to convince him again that he's not in danger ("Just kidding!") to bring him back. In retaliation, Bo Jingles lights Albus' crotch on fire.
    • This:
    Ryan: (Rolls for Persuasion) 17 plus 4, 21! I tell you you're stupid and you believe it!
  • From Episode 2
    • The party encounter a wounded mother Tiger early in the episode and a heated debate automatically breaks out over whether they should try to heal it or put it out of it misery with Frank awkwardly caught in the middle.
    • Orma finds a strangely coloured frog and automatically eats it. It causes her to convulse, recover, then pass out. Griffon steps out and Jack abruptly enters and takes over Orma's character.
    Gus: Save the tiger but eat the frog!? This is some species bullsh*t!
  • From Episode 3:
    • Early in the episode, everybody gets on Geoff's back for disappearing during the last episode. Geoff insists that he was just looking for survivors. Michael insists that he only did so "allegedly" and asks him if he was looking for secret survivors.
    • On encountering some bandits attacking a woman, Ryan makes a marvellous attempt at intimidation. Jack, not so much.
    Ryan: (As Albus) Stand away from the woman or the dragonborn will eat your souls!
    Michael: And I say: "I love souls!"
    Jack: (Cheerfully) I go: "Yeah, me too!"
    • An amusing amalgation comes about when Frank describes the woman as kicking one of the men while they're distracted. The others assume he means between the legs, but Frank tries to explain he meant between his teeth. Everybody comes to the conclusion that the man's balls are in his mouth.
    • Michael's reaction to rolling the exact same thing as Gus for an initiative roll yet again is really something to see.
    Michael: Are you ready, Bor Ealis?
    Gus: Let's see how it goes.
    They roll the dice
    Gus: What is it?
    Michael: Seven.
    Gus: Seven!
    Michael: ARE YOU SERIOUS!?
    Everyone: (Laughs)
    Michael: HOW!? HOW!!? HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE!?
    Gus: Every f*cking time!
    Michael: HOOOOWW!?
    Gus: It's six plus one!
    Michael: (Screaming) I GOT A SIX PLUS ONE!!
    Frank: (Relaxed) Wow. This is a little creepy...
    Frank: I feel like the universe is being weird and maybe he does have balls between his teeth.
    • The woman rescued by the party is called Naa Lu. When questioning her afterwards, she decides she can trust them because they don't look like they're "from the temple." Michael and Gus (the two paladins) immediately get wide-eyed and Michael tugs on the collar of his shirt nervously.
  • From Episode 4:
    • Geoff's oppression speech/song!
    • The party spends the night in a small village, where everybody starts to make moves on each other, complete with sexy music while Frank describes the scene.
    Frank: (To Griffon) Two of the male warriors are kind of, like, making moves on you...
    Griffon: (Cutting in) What about the women?
    • What takes the cake is Ryan chatting up the village elder.
    Ryan (as Albus): Now Mila, have you ever known the love of a younger man?
    (Everybody bursts out laughing)
    Frank (as Mila): I have indeed, sonny. (Sexy music returns) ...Wait. Why do you ask?
    • Geoff spends the whole episode having Bo Jingles use his magic to make fart noises behind Bor Ealis while he's talking to people, convincing everyone that Bor Ealis needs to use the latrines. Gus fails to explain that he's being pranked.
  • From Episode 5:
    • The gang open the episode with discussions of the night before at the end of the previous episode. Ryan asks Frank if they earn experience points for having sex, which Frank calls a loaded question. Ryan's bragging of his exploits leads Frank to ask if he can take XP away from him.
    • Ryan brings up an extra finger that he'd collected from a previous encounter.
    Ryan: All I'm going to say is, that extra finger got a little extra action last night.
    (Everybody goes silent)
    Frank: ...Wooow.
    • Frank brings up the suggestion of people in the comments that he let the players describe their finishing blow in combat, but he feels like he should just save it for when they get laid. Micheal immediately jumps in with "How was your finishing blow?"
    • Frank describes a series of dreams that the party go through while they sleep. He gets to Bo Jingles, goes off to dress up in a costume and... Just watch.
    Gus: Frank, you're awesome.
  • From Episode 11:
    • The episode opens with the party interrogating a dying enemy Drow. Ryan and Jeremy are the interrogators. The Drow begs for water and Jeremy invents a new meaning for the word "hydration".
      • "While you're interrogating him, I'm taking his shoes."
      • Michael describes it as "No cop, bad cop."
    Albus: Anyone else got any good questions for the soon to be... (whispers) Let's be honest, he's gonna die.
    Orma: ...Soon to be 'hydrated' person.
    Albus: Yes. Super hydrated. You're great. Don't worry about it
    Drow: Please, can I get some water?
    Orma: (eagerly) Albus, can I hydrate him?
    Jeremy: Alright, I come up to the guy on the ground, and I'm going to hydrate him with my maul.
    Ryan: Wait, before you do it... (Ryan mimes drinking the water right in front of the Drow)
    Drow: (Confused) Wait. Wha...? Oh, I guess you're just checking to make sure it ain't poisoned, right?
    Albus: Oh, it's real good. It's real good.
    Drow: Can I have some now?
    Ryan: Hydrate him, Jeremy.
  • From Episode 12:
    • This exchange with Geoff, who strums his lute with every sentence:
    Frank: 8 points on that guy...
    Geoff (singing): And that (strums) kills him!
    Frank: He's still up.
    Geoff (singing): He's (strums) dead!
    Frank: Barely, but-
    Geoff (singing): You're (strums) wrong!
    Frank: (Laughs)
    Geoff (singing): Look (strums) again!
    Frank: (Looks again) Nope! He's still up!
    • Not long afterwards, Geoff is hit by a powerful fire attack that does so much damage that the leftover negative damage exceeds his total health, which results in an instant kill to any party member hit with an attack like this. Cue Frank looking at all of the rules in a silent panic in an effort to legally keep Bo Jingles alive. This eventually results in him realising that Geoff has resistance to fire because he's a Tiefling. Geoff was very vocal about how pleased he was to have this trait.
    Michael: Look at Frank desperately trying to find a way to keep you alive and he can't find it!
    (A little later)
    Geoff: Frank just rolled away his job.
    Frank: (snaps fingers) You have fire resistance.
  • From Episode 13:
    • The episode opens with the party in the process of freeing slaves. Emphasis on 'process'. Albus is overly suspicious and tries to argue that the party should hold back and check to see if the slaves are trustworthy before freeing them. Lawful Good Bor Ealis gets extremely frustrated at this, turning the whole thing into a sarcastic interrogation of Albus. Frank is in tears of laughter.
    Ryan: Well now you're...
    Gus: NO NO NO NO NO! LET'S TALK ALBUS! You wanted to do this! Let's stop doing ANYTHING and let's just talk!
    Ryan: LET'S DISCUSS IT!!
    Gus: (Extremely sarcastically) How are you feeling today, Albus? Is everything going okay?
    Ryan: (Casually) I'm pretty good, actually. I was mostly dead earlier, but now I think I'm doing better...
    • The gang joke about using Charisma to investigate a chest for traps, with lines like "You'd tell me if you were a trap, right?" and "Just let me open you up" being delivered in a seductive tone by Ryan and Geoff.
    Alison: I'm having like, flashbacks, right now. It's really weird.
  • From Episode 15:
    • The episode opens with the interrogation of two Drow. Gus gives Ryan a fantastic Disapproving Look in response to his method of finding out how many more Drow are left.
    Albus: Here. How about this? You and your friend hold up your fingers. I'm gonna start cutting them off. When we get to the right number, say "stop".
    Drow: Uhh, wai- Can we... Can we discuss this?
    • When the question is raised as to how to deal with the prisoners, the Drow insist the party can just set them free. Albus dismisses the notion off-hand since they're slavers. The Drow assure them that they won't take the party as slaves. Bor Ealis sarcastically expresses his relief.
      • Ryan/Albus asks the Drow if they repent their slaver ways (while Geoff/Bo draws penis' on their faces).
      • Gus is torn about how to deal with the prisoners, really wishing that they hadn't given up. He can't execute them, but he can't just let them go free as they're evil and tying them up would be as good as leaving them for dead. Ryan offers him the "compromise" of letting them go, but having Orma break their knees. Gus is vocally against that.
      • The argument of what to do with them becomes a debate of how worthwhile it is to kill lesser evils in cold blood. Albus makes a show of how easy it is by casting Eldritch Blast in the middle of the argument to kill one of the Drow and show how easy it is. As Michael puts it: "WE DIDN'T SAY IT WAS HARD!"
      • The resolution to the whole thing. Ryan's not sure if he wants to let the remaining Drow live, but Geoff points out that leaving one alive will give the other Drow a living witness of their reputation. Ryan points out that said reputation will be one of them getting things done while the rest bicker about it. Alison enthusiastically argues that this unpredictibility will make them scarier.
    Albus: Did you learn the evil of your ways?
    Geoff: Wouldn't it be "wayses"?
    Drow: Wayses, yes! What he says!
    Mogar: He's talking weird now!
    • The group comes across a large stalagmite with holes in it. The first thing Geoff asks is if they are "dick-sized holes". Frank tells him they're bigger than that and Geoff mutters "Depends who you're talking about, I guess." Alison breaks down laughing.
      • Geoff: Bor Ealis takes one look and goes "These are bigger than dick holes."
      • Gus makes a face when Ryan tells him his character has small petite hands to go with his tiny frame.
      • Eventually, Geoff decides to stick his rapier in the hole. This kicks off with him saying he's going to "rape-y in" and Ryan hastily telling him to "Don't say that," followed by Alison pointing out that Geoff technically didn't ask permission before sticking his long pointed object in the hole. Geoff decides to keep going with the "rape-y in" thing.
      • It seems that there's something living inside the hole, leading to speculation from the party on how to handle it.
    Ryan: Well he's already circumcised it; we might as well befriend it.
    Geoff: I say we- (cuts off)
    Micheal: (wheezes with laughter)
    • The party come across a group of fungus creatures that don't communicate with words, but through sensations. The result is that their names are just Frank making popping, blowing and gibberish noises with his mouth, which everybody needs to imitate whenever trying to reference them.
    • The party discover that Navarro, one of their NPC companions, has been infected with worms multiplying throughout the inside of his body.
    Geoff: I say "Goodnight sweet prince" and I slit his throat and set his body on fire.
  • From Episode 16:


     Rooster Teeth Comics 
  • In one strip, they decide to switch Matt to decaf coffee. He dies instantly.
    • He then comes Back from the Dead to grab the coffee left by a gravedigger. This restores him back to life.
  • Anytime Iron Man arrives and beats Burnie to the ground.

     Other Rooster Teeth events 
  • Joel flipping Gavin off his chair and then sticking it on top of him... because he said he didn't like his Halo gametype.
  • Gus saw a heartwarming tweet from Michael to Lindsay. His response? To be a Moment Killer and immediately tweet "gay".
  • Michael visits L.A to play Dead Space 3.
  • Rooster Teeth and Machinima collaborating on First Person Party.
  • Rooster Teeth's Vine account is filled with pretty funny things.
    • There's a video about eye-poking games where Burnie declares they need to stop doing it, as he and Barbara both have an eyepatch now. Gavin has lost both eyes.
    • Gavin challenges Burnie and Barbara to down a gallon of milk in an hour. They've both done it in about three seconds.
    Barbara: Wait, what's the second part?
  • The "Odds Are" Music video they helped direct. A bunch of newscasters sing gleefully with lyrics that don't match the video as the world ends, but the best parts are the news coverage and the News Graphic.
    • Gavin's cameo as an American Football player. Oh, the irony...
  • In response to Jack's engagement photo (Which itself belongs in Heartwarming), Burnie and Gavin take the exact same photo, in the exact same poses, at the exact same place, and the exact same Tweet, with them in place of Jack and Caiti.
    Caiti:I love you guys.
    Jack:I hate you guys.
  • At Michael and Lindsay's wedding, Ray temporarily makes his peace with cake. Don't tell anyone.
  • Michael and Lindsay have only been married for a day and we already have this
  • In this episode of Countdown, "Top 12 Most Satisfying Guns", they get to number 2, the Farsight gun from Perfect Dark and realize Kdin isn't using the gun the way it's supposed to be used, instead just running around shooting people normally.
  • In the Five Facts: Duke Nukem Forever, the entire video gets derailed by a story of Geoff's youth of some neighbors who stole cable way back when. When Geoff playfully realizes that their video editor, Franco, would have to edit a lot of this out (they don't), they start teasing Franco, leading to "#STOPTHEFRANCOBULLYING2014" to show up.
  • At one point, while Gavin was out of the office, Ryan cut a hole in Gavin's desk (don't worry, Gavin had already put holes in it himself, including one under his keyboard) under the monitor, and put in a device that included an Xbox controller vibrator set to go off randomly. It got to the point that Gavin was practically tearing apart his desk to find it. All being filmed, of course, before he finally moved the monitor and saw the device.
    Geoff: Who's the one person in this office smart enough to have made this?
    Micheal: I wonder.
    Ryan: Aaaaa, I gotta go.
  • During the "Founders Panel" at RTX15, when talking about the growing number of employees, it was brought up that one of the editors was a literal 'rocket scientist'.
    Joel: We are literally taking people away from NASA to edit videos of Gavin and Michael yelling at each other!
  • This AT&T commercial, which has Geoff being pelted with various things by the memebers of Funhaus.

     Rooster Teeth fan work 
  • This video which shows all of Gavin's various happenings and mishaps to the Skyrim theme, notably Gavin tackling Gus just as "Fus ro dah" is being shouted.
  • "Tornadoe", the fan thing brought on as a result of Sharknado.