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Lets Play: Taco-Man
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 Youtube channels.

    Games He Played In Taco-Man Plays A Video Game 

    Episodes Of Taco-Man: The Game Master 

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  • Art Shift: Taco-Man briefly is computer generated in his Wild Woody review as a parody of the game's awkward CG cut-scenes.
  • Art Evolution: The animation for Taco-Man and the like is a lot more fluid in later episodes.
  • Breakout Character: Dig Dude.
  • Breaking the Fourth Wall: Happens quite often.
  • Butt Monkey: Taco-Man sucks at video games.
  • Captain Ersatz: The various characters from The Game Master are clearly supposed to represent the characters from Captain N.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Villain Tack Jompson hasn't been since in Taco-Man The Game Master since the second episode.
  • Cloud Cuckoo Lander: Rocky in The Adventures of Rocky and Bullwinkle NES game review:
    Rocky: My farts smell like rainbows!
  • Continue Your Mission, Dammit!: In Part 2 of Taco-Man Plays Night Trap, Taco-Man gets to continue, even though he screwed up. (Also, you can view the clip.)
    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...
  • Deadpan Snarker: Taco-Man
  • Demoted to Extra: Blast the Hedgehog, who's rarely seen, much less talks, since the 4th episode of Taco-Man The Game Master.
  • Distressed Damsel: Inverted with Princess Polygon, who usually is the one who saves our heroes whenever they're in trouble.
  • Double Entendre: Chomp's introduction in the first episode of Taco-Man The Game Master:
    Chomp: Hi, I'm Chomp, and I like to eat yummy balls.
  • Executive Meddling: a lawyer takes over Taco-Man's show at the end of his Bart vs. The Space Mutants review, turning it into a lawyer-centirc show called Lawyer Talk.
  • Expy: Many characters on Taco-Man: the Game Master are expies of existing video game characters, as well as characters from Captain N: The Game Master.
    • Princess Polygon - Princess Peach (Super Mario Bros.) and Princess Lana (Captain N)
    • Derek the Brave - Dirk the Daring (Dragon's Lair) and Simon Belmont (Captain N)
    • Dig Dude - Dig Dug (Dig Dug) and Mega Man (Captain N)
    • Chomp - Pac-Man (Pac-Man)
    • Blast the Hedgehog - Sonic the Hedgehog (Sonic the Hedgehog)
    • Virtual Boy - Game Boy (Captain N)
      • In Chomp and Blast's cases, they are the nephews of Pac-Man and Sonic, respectively.
  • Getting Crap Past the Radar: Donkey Kong hurls a brown substance at Taco-Man. In response, he says "That better be chocolate.".
  • Hanging Judge: Princess Polygon loves giving people the chair.
  • Idiot Hero: Taco-Man
  • I Know You Know I Know: Combined into one big trope in Taco-Man Plays Night Trap:
    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.
  • Jerkass: Taco-Man
    • Derek the Brave can be this at times too, especially in the first two episodes of Taco-Man The Game Master.
  • Karma Houdini: Taco-Man in his Taco-Man Safety Tips gives kids HORRIBLE advice, sometimes which results in death. He never faces any repercussions for his actions.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Taco-Man The Game Master has Princess Polygon.
  • 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.
  • Surprise Slide Staircase: In Taco-Man Plays Night Trap, Taco-Man wants to use it badly:
    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?
    • The other time is this:
    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.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Used in Taco-Man Plays Night Trap:
    Kelly runs upstairs, but is stopped by augers.
    Kelly: Ahhh!
    Taco-Man: Well, what did you expect running UPSTAIRS?
  • Writing Around Trademarks: Poked at for laughs in Taco-Man's review of Bart vs. The Space Mutants, which features thinly veiled parodies of the The Simpsons (known as the Sicksons).
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