Taco-Man is an internet celebrity created by Sam T Nelson of Ebolaworld. He is an animated taco that looks like a banana who has "wacky" adventures. He has two series under his belt.Taco-Man Plays A Video Game, which is a series about Taco-Man badly playing and reviewing video games.There is also Taco-Man: The Game Master, which is a parody of Captain N: The Game Master.You can watch either of the Taco-Man series by going to the site itself, or going to one of the Ebolaworld Youtubechannels.
Night Trapnote The plot is as follows; Taco-Man is hired by Simms to protect Dana (who is taking the role of Kelly) and the girls, just like in the game. (Although at first he does not do so, so Simms broke the contact, but do not be fooled by Taco-Man's quote, for it is not the end yet.) After the title, when the scene finishes, the game starts and Taco-Man's quest begins. Along the way though, he breaks the fourth wall by speaking to you about the game. Also, he sometimes goes to many rooms.
Megan gets dropped into the trap that was meant for the augers. Megan: Ahhhhhhhhhh! Kelly: Control, how could you let that happen? Taco-Man: Who told me to? It's just Megan. You should be thanking me. Cut to Simms. Simms: Megan is dead. Taco-Man: And? Simms: And yes, you could have saved her. Taco-Man: True. Simms: You were responsible for her life, and you screwed up. Taco-Man: Was she really alive? Simms: There's a lot going on in this house, too bad you're not going to be around to see anymore of it. Breaking contact. Taco-Man's connection is disabled. Taco-Man: Fine! Screen cuts back to the scene and Taco-Man saves Megan. Megan: Get away! Megan escapes through the door near her. Kelly: Way to go, control! I knew you could do it! Taco-Man: Well, at least she's still gone...
Enter Tony. Taco-Man: Gay. Kelly: Tony... Meanwhile, in Hall 1... Sheila: What is it, dear? Victor: I sense something is wrong. Taco-Man: Ya think? Victor: I'm not quite sure what... Back with Kelly and Tony... Kelly: Tony, I don't understand. Kelly turns to Taco-Man. Kelly: This is crazy! Taco-Man: Is she talking about the plot? Tony: Don't be foolish, Kelly. They wouldn't stand in my way! Tony turns to Taco-Man. Tony: Would you? Tony is about to kill Kelly. Kelly: NOW! Taco-Man triggers the trap and Tony slides down. Taco-Man: Neeeeeeeh... he don't know me very well, do he? Kelly: Thanks, control. That was close. Taco-Man: Well, it's not that I WANT to help you out.
Overused Running Gag: A clip of an old guy from Mad Dog McCree saying, "Hoho, you missed that one. Try another!" every time Taco-Man makes a mistake in a video game.
And when he finally makes the target, the old man says "Nice shooting! Try another one!"
Rage Quit: How a few of the Taco-Man Plays A Video Game episodes have ended.
Shoddy Knock Off Product: One episode of Stupid Adventures of Taco-Man revolves around Taco-Man taking out a poorly drawn counterpart of his known as Toco-Man.
Shoo Out the New Guy: Zig-zagged in Part 2 of "I've Got a Woody". In order to accept Woody as a new member of his team, he fires Virtual Boy. However, Woody tuns out to be so much of an in-universe example of The Scrappy, that Taco-Man stars to miss Virtual Boy! He gets rid of Woody by sending him to the real world.
Taco-Man: Uh, you know, there is a back door and a door in the living room area. Silence... Taco-Man: Be very, very quiet. Megan and Cindy: Ahhhhhhhhh! Megan and Cindy run up the stairs. Taco-Man: Oh, why can't I use the stair trap on the girls?
Taco-Man: Again, too bad I can't use the stair trap...
The Bus Came Back: Taco-Man's wife was absent from the series since the first episode of Taco-Man The Game Master, and his son had been absent from the series even longer. Both finally reappeared in his live D review in October 2012.
Taco-Man's boss, Ben Burrito, who hasn't been seen since the second episode of Taco-Man The Game Master, came back in episode 8. It's revealed that he and Taco-Man's wife got married.
Theme Song: Taco-Man Plays A Video Game has its own theme song.