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YMMV: The Online Warrior
Crosses the Line Twice: Some of Simmons' jokes can be absolutely disgusting and gross, but you will still find yourself laughing at them.
Woolie and Matt revealed in a Reddit AMA that Max is one of their favorite Youtubers, and the others often mention Max in the videos.
Max finally appeared on the Super Best Friendcast in Episode 63.
Genius Bonus: In Assist Me featuring Jill, Wesker says over the phone that he has the launch codes and they are 11 15 20 11. As a date, November 15th 2011, this was the launch date for UltimateMarvel vs. Capcom 3.
Growing the Beard: Max's videos have noticeably become more lively following his switch to livestreaming on Twitch.
The crew managed to find a Rule 34 picture of Max and Simmons on DeviantArt.
Hilarious in Hindsight: Doom rapping the line that he has diplomatic immunity when going up against Wesker is later used to bail him out of being convicted of crimes against humanity in court in Ultimate Assist Me.
Hilariously Abusive Childhood: Wesker hasn't seen his family in years, he never had any birthday parties, his father never taught him to play baseball and he hates Christmas cause he never got anything he asked for.
Max seems to be a fountain of these, and often says things during his lets plays of other games, such as "Take to the skies!" (used for jumping attacks), "I play fighting games!" (used when he plays non-fighting games and does some cool melee combos), and of course "Yo video games!"
R-R-R-R-R-RAGEQUITTER! Taken from the very first episode of The Online Warrior for Injustice: Gods Among Us when he plays Batman (in his Batman Beyond costume) and an Ares player, well, ragequits on himójust as the match is about to end in Max's favor! The fact that a bug in the netcode resulted in Max getting the loss and the Ares player getting the win instead of the other way around didn't help matters either.