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Machinima: The G Mod Idiot Box
Hax VS Cheat: Whoever loses, we win.

DATELINE: November 2008, location unknown — From one of the deepest, farthest-flung corners of the internet, a man emerges. His name is Das Bo Schitt, and he holds the power of Garry's Mod at his fingertips. His mission is simple: Blow. Your. Mind.

Thus, The Gmod Idiot Box is born.

Bo Schitt's acclaimed Youtube series, described by some as "Valve meets Robot Chicken meets explosions", consists of an episodic mashup of skits that runs the gamut from awesome to hilarious to just plain absurd; they're created using the titular video game mod and set to all manner of wonderful sound clips and effects. Recurring favorites include:

  • The episode intros: Das Bo Schitt and his Metrocop fan #1 deal with such problems as DBS slacking off on new episodes and various Youtube annoyances.
  • Harmless Shenanigans(?) with Chuckles the Cheat: Chuckles tries to play a prank, which somehow causes far more harm than intended.
  • Everybody Loves Francis
  • Pet Peeves The Aggressive Way With Father Grigori: The good priest deals with common grievances in a completely audacious manner.

As of May 18th, 2014, the Idiot Box clocks in at thirteen full installments, and Bo Schitt has created a metric crapton of video shorts (called GIBlets) that either tie in with the main episodes or stand alone. You can watch his works in chronological order here.

Another movie of Bo Schitt's, Duke Nukem Foreverquest, is in continuity with the Idiot Box, taking place after the events of Episode 10. It may be the beginning of a series.


This work provides examples of:

  • Actor Allusion: Chuckles the Cheat uses quotes from the crazy "Better Safe than Sorry" guy in Left 4 Dead as well as Scout from TF2, both played by the same actor.
  • All There in the Manual: BoSchitt's blog contains surprisingly in-depth bios of all of the popular recurring characters.
  • Always Beats His Cheater: Dr Hax. Except when he doesn't.
  • Anachronic Order: Update Day
  • Angst Nuke
  • Anti-Magic: Dr. Hax can pummel you clean out of God Mode.
  • Art Evolution: The author has made increasingly better use of Garry's Mod throughout the series, and it definitely shows. Compare the first episode, which has the HUD and death messages showing, to the latest, which not only has those addressed, but also features stop-motion style lip movement with other stuff going on in real time, a major feat when it comes to a Gmod video.
  • Ascended Meme: Sort of. Dr. Hax is available to download into your own game via the Garry's Mod Toybox, and will punish you if you attack him or cheat. As a dismayed Kit Harrison learned in A Smooth Introduction to Garry's Mod, he is nigh-completely invincible, even to the undo button. To truly defeat him, you need to hit him with a monitor. In other words... COUNTER-HAX HIM!
  • Ass Kicks You: This is what I do I sit on you, sit on you, sit on you...
  • Atomic F-Bomb: Das Bo Schitt himself does this upon finding out his computer's dead and gone in Computer Quest.
  • Author Appeal: At this point, it seems obvious that Das Bo Schitt does not like Macs, and prefers PCs. Even so, it also obvious that it has it's own share of problems, which are unavoidable.
  • Author Avatar: Sort of. The author's appearances consist of him either getting nagged by Metrocop #1 to create another episode, or getting his butt handed to him by said Metrocop. Otherwise, he doesn't do much.
  • Back from the Dead: The RED Demoman in Episode 10.
    • BoSchitt himself in Duke Nukem Foreverquest.
  • Badass: #1
  • Bait and Switch: One stinger of an Everybody Loves Francis sketch starts with what appears to be a re-enactment of a Trix cereal advert, but then gets subverted when the rabbit pulls out a machine gun that shoots Johnny heads that screams in angrish and kills the kids. And it turns out that this is an ad for a Tommy Gun.
  • Beam Spam: UberKleiner
  • Berserk Button: Walter White is the one who knocks. Got it?
  • Big Damn Heroes: #1 in The Tale of Dirty Renamon.
    • Also, Louis in Episode 5.
  • Big "NO!": #1 realizing that Bo Schitt's new computer had a feminine text-to-speech voice.
  • Bowel Breaking Bricks: In Episode 5, the BLU Demoman farts a grenade before being eaten by the RED Heavy.
  • Break the Haughty: One treatment out of many visited upon Mr. Goldblum in the Treat or Else short.
  • Brick Joke: In Episode 9, the guy from Episode 1 is still trying to break those cuffs.
    • Francis proving himself to be indestructible in Episode 2.
    • Two brick jokes Back-to-back in Episode 11: Dirty!Renamon shows up in Episode 11, trips over Chuckles the Cheat, who then gets beaten up by cops. Chuckles was just beaten up by cops a couple of skits prior.
    • Bob from Episode 3 is back in Bob WAS Building an Army, and this time, he has a tank. Too bad he pissed off #1.
    • The final conflict between Chuckles and Dennis in Episode 12 features the return of the Furious German Man.
  • Building Swing: The Boomer and Smoker team up to pull this off against the Survivors.
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: #1
  • Butt Monkey: Renamon, big time.
    • Lately, the same goes for Ellis.
    • Fred was a single-episode example.
      • Seems to be averted with Renamon lately, with her being used more as a source of comedy than a literal Butt Monkey.
  • Caffeine Bullet Time: In Update Day.
  • Car Fu: Performed by #1 in the Chaotic 50,000 Subscriber Milestone video. Not a minute later, he tops himself with Firetruck Fu.
    • True to form, the series has also given us a few heaping helpings of Train Fu to go with the rest.
  • Call Back: Gravity Cat from Episode 2 reappears in Episode 6.
    • The baby from Episode 1 returns in The Tale of Dirty Renamon.
    • #1's candy bucket from Treat or Else returns in Update Day outside Mr. Goldblum's office.
    • The intro of Episode 12 has #1 use the blender from Duke Nukem Foreverquest and an earlier episode's "Will It Blend" sketch to restore DBS back to his original Male_07 face.
    • During his battle with Chuckles the Cheat in Episode 12, Dennis the Douchebag uses his iPhone to turn into Furious German Man from Episode 3.
    • The second KOTH YTP has a callback to the first in Hank's head can still be seen hanging from the moon.
    • Episode 13's Cold Open picks up from Episode 12's where DBS is still in prison. Dirty!Renamon is still suffering from Hollywood Tourette's and is still very violent. Fox McCloud can be seen in the prison as well, presumably for dangerous driving back in the Fred sketch.
  • Caption Humor
  • Cheaters Never Prosper: Hey, would you prosper if Dr. Hax hit you with a CRT monitor every time you cheated?
  • Cluster F-Bomb: Renamon is a Sir Swears-a-Lot in The Tale of Dirty Renamon to the point where you think she has Tourette's Syndrome...
  • Comedic Sociopathy: Francis
  • The Computer Is a Cheating Bastard: Quick-Draw Heavy. He even ignores the use of the "slowmo" cheat.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive: Mr. Goldblum.
  • Cowboy Cop: #1, and believe us when we say that he makes it awesome.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: Episode 5 features a prime example. You'll know it when you see it.
  • Death from Above: Gravity Cat
  • Destination Defenestration
  • Disproportionate Retribution: The whole point of the Pet Peeves skits.
    • Let's face it: this is #1's default state of being.
    • Episode 6: You'll follow proper theater courtesy...if you know what's good for you.
    • Derrick knocks Alex's treat out of his hand...causing Alex to destroy the planet out of sheer rage.
    • Commander Shepard's response to being flipped off? (Attempted) Point blank headshot.
    • Scout knocked before Walter White. Walter slammed the door on Scout's head, then destroyed the body in a bathtub.
  • Don't Try This at Home: Hilariously inverted in Episode 8 with a Will It Blend? spoof.
  • The Door Slams You: Done twice.
    • The first is courtesy of #1. Notable in that standing away from the door won't help. More often than not, he breaks it off its hinges such that it flies into whomever he's chasing.
    • The second time is in Computer Quest. Chuck Norris kicks Das Bo Schiit's front door off its hinges when looking for #1. Saxton Hale breaks the wall next to where the door lands. Saxton then moves the door to the wall opening, so he can kick the door at Chuck Norris, hitting him.
  • Dope Slap: Dr. Hax gives one to The Duke for his "Unwanted Software Tampering" remark.
  • Double Entendre: The RED Heavy slams his fist into the bottom of a table repeatedly, trying to hit a secret button. From Max's point of view, it looks like...something completely different.
  • Double Meaning Title: The "Idiot Box" in the title refers both to a slang term for a television set and to the amount of hilarious idiocy in the show itself.
  • Drives Like Crazy: Headcrab Zombie
  • Dull Surprise: The astronauts in Episode 10.
    Astronauts: "Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa."
  • Dynamic Entry: #1; Louis in Episode 5; eventually, Augustus Cole pulls it off with a train.
  • Enemy Mine: DBS and #1 spend most of the Chaotic 50,000 Subscriber Milestone video fighting each other, until they see Francis videotaping the whole thing, and gang up on him.
    • Dr. Hax and Chuckles the Cheat work together to stop an even worse hacker, Dennis the Douchebag. In the end, Dennis is banned for a month, and Chuckles is also banned, but is given a lighter sentence, one week, for helping stop Dennis.
  • Enfants Terrible: The babies
  • Entendre Failure: The G-Man buys a "male enhancement" product, but his thick-as-a-post wife Judith Mossman has no idea what he's talking about.
  • Everything's Deader with Zombies
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: In Episode 12's first Team Fortress 2 skit, the can of Axe literally sprays axes, as the poor RED Spy found to his dismay.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Scout, if Episode 8 is to be believed
  • Fartillery: In Episode 2.
    • Power to main thrusters!
    • In addition, Gravity Cat in Episode 6.
  • Flashback Cut: The Cold Open of Episode 11 has one brief flashback to Episode 9.
  • Flawed Prototype: #1.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus
  • Fun Personified: Notice how often #1 appears in this list?
  • Funny Background Event
  • Genre Savvy: Mr. Goldblum in "Update Day"
    Goldblum: Episode Three isn't going to delay itself...oh, wait; yes, it will! Hah, the rich guy's a jerk! Classic!
  • Gory Discretion Shot: What the baby did to Sniper.
    • Bill siccing Renamon on Ellis in Episode 8.
  • Groin Attack: #1 uses this one on the Author Avatar in Episode 4. Louis also performs it on Francis, sending him rocketing into the air.
    • Apparently, this is what the Medic considers an 'examination'.
    • Don't forget what happens when RED Scout eats BLU Scout's Force-A-Nature.
      RED Scout: I... eat... your... Force-A-Nature.
      *BLU Scout brings up his gun; is taken by RED Scout and eaten*
      RED Scout: Lot of good that gun did ya! *laughs madly*
      *BLU Scout shakes fist in anger*
      RED Scout: What, you're gonna cry? You're gonna cry now? Yeah, I dare ya, Rage Quit! Come on—
      BLU Scout: *wham* note 
    It got worse after that:
    RED Scout: Hey, I'm flyin'!
    RED Heavy (on a pedal-power helicopter): *laughing* note 
    *Camera shows BLU Scout looking up, with RED Scout Ludicrous Gibs falling*
    RED Heavy: Oh, this is bad!
    • Inverted in Episode 9:
      Nick: Coach, you do that again, and I will bury you alive.
    • Fred gets his voice fixed by being hit in the groin repeatedly.
  • Hannibal Lecture: Mr. Goldblum lectures #1 about Halloween, of all things.
  • Helicopter Blender: Scout falls victim to this, courtesy of Heavy, in Episode 8.
  • Heroic Mime: Parodied in Episode 12. Gordon Freeman and Chell learn that Gordon's the father of their baby on a Maury-like show, which induces them to start flailing wildly at each other.
  • Hey, It's That Guy!: Bo Schitt's character model is usually Male_07, which some might also recognize as Gordon Frohman.
  • Hilarious Outtakes: In the credits, from Episode 6 onwards.
  • Hitbox Dissonance: Parodied with Dark Souls 3: WTF are Hit Boxes Edition, in which a mushroom pokes thin air, causing the player, who was standing several feet away, to go flying into a nearby mountain.
  • How We Got Here: Update Day starts with a glitched TF2 game with strange things happening to the BLU team, and an explosion at the RED base; the rest of the episode is Mr. Goldblum reviewing the game to fix the problem.
  • Humiliation Conga: Fred experiences an epic one in Episode 8.
  • Idea Candle
  • If You Can Read This:
    • In the MOMMY! SFM video, the Pringles can is actually a can of Prongles "tater chips". Viewing the video in HD reveals that the flavor of the chips are Diarrhea and that the contents of the can weighed 3 tons. The Combine logo and a Metrocop can be seen on the can as well.
    • In epsiode 11, several lines of text flashes on the screen for a split second after Mac's death in the I'm a Mac and I'm a PC skit.
    GO FORTH
    LEAVE NONE ALIVE
    OBEY
    the Gates of hell cannot hold us
    ALSO, COULD YOU PICK UP A PIZZA ON THE WAY BACK? YOU KNOW, WITH ACTUAL TOPPINGS THIS TIME? I MEAN, I KNOW YOU'RE A PUSSY AND ALWAYS ORDER PLAIN PEPPERONI, BUT COME ON, DUDE, WHY DON'T YOU LIVE A LITTLE FOR ONCE? FUCK SAKE
  • I'm a Humanitarian: Heavy
    Heavy: I am full of... Demoman!
    • See also Meet The Spy Abridged in Episode 7.
  • Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Episode 5...just...Episode 5.
  • Incendiary Exponent
  • Incoming Ham: In The Tale of Dirty Renamon.
    "Numbuh 83!!! Da Cole Traaiinnn!!!"
  • Jerkass: Mr. Goldblum in the Treat or Else short. He's swiftly, frighteningly, and awesomely brought down a few pegs, showing shades of Jerk with a Heart of Gold here and there.
  • Kill It with Fire: How Heavy eventually gets rid of the babies.
  • Laugh Track: As a parody of Sit Coms, the Everybody Loves Francis segments always end with this, followed by a theme song (the Everybody Loves Raymond theme), and a title card.
  • Leet Lingo: #1 lapses into this, but only when he has access to the speech function on Bo Schitt's computer.
  • Literal-Minded:
    Rochelle: Don't make me get ugly with you!
    *cue manface*
  • Loony Fan: #1.
  • Mad Libs Dialogue: "I hate Louis."
  • Made of Explodium: A great many things.
  • Made of Iron: Francis
    "Whew. Good thing I'm indestructible."
  • Man on Fire: This happens in Episode 1's take on an infamous clip from COPS. It's pretty awesome.
  • Megaton Punch: #1
    • Mario delivers one to Princess Peach in Episode 10.
  • Metaplot: The intros from Episode 2 onward. The blog explains that the Idiot Box started as a pirate television show airing in City 17 created by Das Bo Schitt. One of the Combines discovered it, but it got such great response from them that Dr. Breen allowed Bo Schitt to return to his own home outside of the jurisdiction of the Combines so he can continue making episodes. To see to it that he does on a regular basis, Metrocop #1 is quartered in his home.
  • Mind over Matter: Dr. Hax, according to Word of God.
  • Mistaken for Masturbating: Heavy in episode 10 where Max was getting so annoying with the banter that he presses the "arm" button underneath the table, which doesn't work at first so Heavy continues to mash it and from Max's perspective at the other side of the table, it looks like... Well the trope.
  • More Dakka: In The Watchable Subscriber Milestone Video, #1 frags the hell out of a microphone after he gets some rather nasty feedback; he uses so much more dakka that his gun spontaneously combusts.
  • Mundane Made Awesome: In Episodes 4 and 5, Hax in the real world of the series are triggered with a cell phone; a dramatic camera effect declares what was just turned on in big, epic letters. Other episodes employ this trope in spades: we have Das Bo Schitt getting hit by a car, Francis tripping over a teddy bear...the list goes on. +EXTREME COMPUTER BUILDING+
  • Musical Slapstick Montage: Silent Hill: Homecoming in 30 seconds, to the tune of "Yakety Sax".
  • My Car Hates Me: Parodied in Episode 7. A guy tries to escape from #1's wrath, only for a car, a doorknob, and a telephone to all produce the "failed ignition" sound.
  • Nightmare Face: UberKleiner near the end of Episode 1.
  • Off with His Head!
    • "Old Spice body wash can't block odor for sixteen hours!" "WHAT?!" *BLU Demoman punches off the right side of the screen, which loops around and punches his own head off*
  • Oh Crap: The Scout has a few since he has an "Oh Crap" voice sample, but there are other moments.
  • Ominous Latin Chanting: In Episode 8, #1's tirade against YouTube is set to Neodammerung.
  • Once per Episode: Episode 11 had no Team Fortress 2 in it, until the end credits abruptly stopped signifying it needed to have some TF2 in it, so a brief shot of Heavy with a weird face appears. It then goes back to the credits saying "quota fulfilled".
  • One-Liner
  • Out-of-Character Alert: The RED and BLU spies occasionally make these mistakes when infiltrating other games, such as forgetting that Francis hates everything, or that Solaire of Astora greets with his palms facing out.
  • Ow, My Body Part!: Goldblum twice. In Duke Nukem Foreverquest "Ow, my children!" when Duke kicks him in the balls, and in The Tale of Dirty Renamon, "Ow, my checkbook!" when the titular Renamon carjacks him.
  • Phil Hartman: Anthony Fantano (voice actor for Mr. Goldblum) seems to have based his Goldblum voice off of Hartman.
  • The Pollyanna: Fred is of the "funny to watch him suffer while totally oblivious to how much his life sucks" variety. However, the Medic did fix his voice, so it isn't all bad.
  • Potty Emergency: Don't mix Bonk with Sandvich!
  • Pressure Sensitive Interface: To make the elevator come down faster, not only does #1 press the button by launching at it with his head, he then wails on it with his crowbar.
  • Precision F-Strike: Episode 12's first TF2 skit: After getting laughed at by BLU Scout, RED Spy throws the can of Axe at him while mumbling "Bitch".
  • Quip to Black: Sent up and played with throughout the series.
  • Rage Quit: Done twice.
    • A Boomer gets frustrated while playing Left 4 Dead (as a Boomer) and tries to commit suicide, with "RAGEQUIT" appearing on screen.
    • An overpowered Red Demoman is shot point-blank in the head by Blu Scout. A few skits later, Blu Scout is an building impressive structure. An undead Red Demoman then destroys it in a huge explosion. It is then shown that Blu Scout was playing Minecraft. He then slams the keyboard with "RAGEQUIT" on top of it.
  • Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs: The Heavy in Update Day, when he goes absolutely Kenshiro on Rochelle and Francis.
  • Reality Ensues: Max Payne had the unfortunate, but realistic luck of A. getting a shattered pelvis for landing on his side awkwardly, and B. overdosing on pills, in the same skit, in Episode 12.
  • Reality Warper: Chuckles the Cheat has discovered how to warp reality using a cell phone, according to Word of God. Dr. Hax is the only man keeping him in check.
  • Record Needle Scratch
  • Remonstrating With A Gun: Episode 2's take on a scene from Falling Down.
  • Rich Bastard: Mr. Goldblum, and he knows it.
  • Ridiculously Human Robot: Metrocop #1, according to Word of God (see All There in the Manual above). He is the product of an experiment to create an army of androids to supplement the Combine forces, but he proved to be a Cowboy Cop and the experiment was terminated after his creation in favor of old-fashioned brainwashing. #1 is also a Bunny-Ears Lawyer, so he remains the only robot in the Combine army.
  • Roaring Rampage of Revenge: #1 very nearly pulls one off in Episode 8 when he realizes that the Youtube channel format has been changed.
  • Rule of Cool
  • Rule of Funny
  • Running Gag
    • The recurring appearances of Dr. Hax. If you're hacking something, he'll find you no matter where you are, yell his catchphrase, and smash you with a computer monitor. As of Episode 12, Dr. Hax has the Banhammer, a large mallet with joined CRT monitors as the head. If the word "BAN" is on the monitors, one hit will ban the offender from reality for a certain length of time.
    • Louis chasing after a jar of pills.
    • The DBS Author Avatar is nagged by #1 to make the next installment. This carries over into non-Idiot Box works.
    • "Wanna hear the most annoying sound in the world?"
    • "POW! HAHA!"
    • dont use hax fag lol
    • The Scout's gonna headbutt ya.
    • Gravity Cat not amused.
    • Francis hates _____.
  • Schmuck Bait: "No pissing"
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: Some of the characters. Used due to the Rule of Funny
  • Serial Escalation: How crazy and over-the-top can #1's rampages get?
    • Also, how much more can Renamon be abused and killed?
    • Three words: bus barrel roll.
    • In "Computer Quest", Bo Schitt gets so angry that he reaches into the black letterboxes and physically changes the aspect ratio
  • Serious Business: Halloween candy to #1. As evidenced here, he's more than willing to prove it.
  • Shoot the Shaggy Dog: A running plotline in Episode 4 involves Chuckles being trapped in an elevator. He tries many different ways of getting out of it and tries to attract the attention of the security camera all to no avail. He finally makes it out via hacking, only to take a computer monitor to the head from Dr. Hax.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Shut Up, Hannibal!: In episode 6, the "I'm a Mac" segment leads to the Mac bragging about how much better he is than the PC. PC's response?
    iDON'T GIVE A SHIT *explodes*
  • Slapstick Knows no Gender
  • Sophisticated as Hell: In the Update Day video, Duke Nukem (yes, THAT Duke Nukem) says "TF2 is broke as Hell" due to "Unwanted Software Tampering".
  • Spam Attack: Dr. Hax takes out Pyramid Head with one of these.
  • Spot the Imposter: Remember, the real Francis hates stairs.note 
  • The Stinger
  • This Is for Emphasis, Bitch!: The stinger of the Breaking Bad skit. I am the one who knocks, BITCH!
  • Stuff Blowing Up: Yes.
  • Stylistic Suck: The April Fools shorts.
  • Super Strength: #1; justified in that he's a Ridiculously Human Robot.
  • Take That: Fred is actually a real YouTube user who posts videos of himself with his voice sped up. This video was the basis for the scene in episode 8, where Das Bo Schitt apparently found Fred quite annoying.
    • The Tale of Dirty Renamon was created solely to spite viewers who complained about Bo Schitt's depiction of Renamon in his series, as explained below.
      • On the topic of Renamon, the reason Renamon was treated as a Butt Monkey in the Gmod Idiot Box episodes in the first place was because DBS got tired of seeing Renamon everywhere.note 
      • A Youtube viral comment meme called Bob is also on DBS' hatelist. The latest resurgance of Bob in the comment field of many Youtube videos prompted him to create a short that ends with a sharp Take That against those spreading the viral meme.
    • "The Future Of Machinima" delivers quite a few to DarkSydePhil and Machinima.com.
  • Take That, Critics!: Negative comments about the "misuse" of Renamon in Episode 8 prompted the creation of this. The description says it all.
  • This Is Gonna Suck: In Episode 5, Alyx tries to use the slowmo cheat on Quick Draw Heavy, and still loses, getting thrown across the room into a rack of computer parts. She sees Dr. Hax creeping up behind her, then looks at all the computer monitors on the shelves.
  • Throw the Dog a Bone: In Episode 12, Chuckles helps Dr. Hax ban Dennis the Douchebag, a similar cheater to Chuckles. While Chuckles still ends up banned, Dr. Hax decreases Chuckles' ban time to just a week as opposed to Dennis's month.
    • Spoofed in Episode 13. While Chuckles' prank did not outright cause the demise of the victim, the victim was a Jerk Ass litterbug who threw an empty bottle onto a train track. The sketch initially plays like this trope is being played straight, with DBS talking about giving Chuckles a break every once in a while, then brutally subverts it when a train derails because of said bottle and crushes the victim.
  • Those Wacky Nazis
    Angry German Kid evolved into Furious German Man!
  • Time Paradox: Francis causes one in Episode 4.
  • Troll: #1 in the TEH GMOD IDIOT BALL. He's even got his own trollface.
  • Uncomfortable Elevator Moment: #1 and Renamon in an elevator...
  • Understatement: The Medic's reaction to accidentally blowing up the Soldier and the Scout? "How embarrassing!"
  • Use Your Head: Only #1 would think to open an elevator door this way.
  • Viewer-Friendly Interface: Played straight and averted, usually with YouTube pages. Some occasions involve close-ups of YouTube pages while others rely on overlays of large text.
  • Viewers Are Morons: Parodied in the Cold Open of Episode 7, where an unscrupulous YouTube user asks about a song in an Idiot Box episode, despite the very clear notice that songs are listed in the description. #1 is quick to express his disapproval.
  • Wave of Babies
  • Weapon of Choice: #1 uses a crowbar instead of the stunsticks normally carried by Metrocops.
  • Well-Intentioned Extremist: DasBoSchitt himself. He has been accused as being a Renamon hater due to repeatedly killing her in his videos as well as other offensive portrayals in The Tale of Dirty Renamon, but his reasons for doing this are to use her as a vessel against those who use her for porn, making him more of a Renamon defender.
  • Word of God: The Bo Schitt Blog
  • Wrap Around: The BLU Demoman punches his own head off in episode 10 this way.
  • You Are Number Six: #1, naturally.
  • You Bastard: Bo Schitt responded to the "Bob's Army" chainposts on his videos by having Bob destroy #1's PS 4. After killing Bob, the video ends with #1 despairing in his room over the loss, while a caption says "You just had to bring Bob back didn't you?"

HAAAAAAAAAX! *klunk*
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