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-->'''Matt:''' Now, the biggest question of all, [[ItMakesSenseInContext did Batman shove 50 pills down the gullet of the pig?]][[note]]The Arkham kitchen stage famously has a hanging pig that can be used as a weapon.[[/note]]

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-->'''Matt:''' Now, the biggest question of all, [[ItMakesSenseInContext did Batman shove 50 pills down the gullet of the a pig?]][[note]]The Arkham kitchen stage famously has a hanging pig that can be used as a weapon.[[/note]]


** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic / VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normal}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.

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** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic / VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normal}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow also means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.


** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic / VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normanl}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.

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** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic / VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normanl}}s Normal}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.


** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic/VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normanl}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.

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** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic/VoodooShark FridgeLogic / VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normanl}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.

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** The guys have a discussion about the FridgeLogic/VoodooShark implications of the game's explanation for how {{Badass Normanl}}s like Comicbook/{{Batman}} and Comicbook/HarleyQuinn can fight {{Flying Brick}}s and {{Physical God}}s like Comicbook/{{Superman}} and Comicbook/{{Shazam}} [[PowerCreepPowerSeep on a level playing field]]. They agree that the street-level characters taking special pills to enhance their combat strength makes sense, but question why this somehow means the powerhouses can also be damaged by weapons, vehicles and environmental objects.
-->'''Pat:''' But did Hawkgirl's mace take Superman pills? Did the Batmobile take Superman pills? Did Comicbook/GreenArrow's bow and arrow take Superman pills?
-->'''Matt:''' Now, the biggest question of all, [[ItMakesSenseInContext did Batman shove 50 pills down the gullet of the pig?]][[note]]The Arkham kitchen stage famously has a hanging pig that can be used as a weapon.[[/note]]


** Woolie starts hyping up Fritz when Pat ends up picking him, going into detail about how the character and his moves work. Less than a minute later, Pat starts saying how he hates the character because he's ''exactly'' the [[DifficultButAwesome kind]] [[MechanicallyUnusualFighter of fighter]] Pat hates, while conversely being the kind Woolie loves. Cue Pat ultimately winning the round anyway. [[spoiler:Only for Woolie's character to AutoRevive out of nowhere, an ability Woolie forgot she even had, and [[YankTheDogsChain take the win away from Pat]].]]

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** Woolie starts hyping up Fritz when Pat ends up picking him, going into detail about how the character and his moves work. Less than a minute later, Pat starts saying how he hates the character because he's ''exactly'' the [[DifficultButAwesome kind]] [[MechanicallyUnusualFighter of fighter]] Pat hates, while conversely being the kind Woolie loves. Cue Pat ultimately winning the round anyway. [[spoiler:Only for Woolie's character character, Anonym, to AutoRevive out of nowhere, an ability Woolie forgot she even had, and [[YankTheDogsChain take the win away from Pat]].]]


--> '''Woolie''': GiantBomb doesn't haves anything on underboob, but [[{{Underboobs}} TV Tropes has a page on it]].\\

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--> '''Woolie''': GiantBomb Website/GiantBomb doesn't haves anything on underboob, but [[{{Underboobs}} TV Tropes has a page on it]].\\


-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day [Gregg Rainwater's] supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to his trailer and it's ''cleared out''.

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-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day [Gregg Rainwater's] Rainwater]'s supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to his trailer and it's ''cleared out''.


** At one point, Matt mentions [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]]. Pat confusedly asks who Black Bolt is. Matt enthusiastically declares Black Bolt to be "The best character in anything, ever!"

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** At one point, Matt mentions [[ComicBook/TheInhumans Black Bolt]].Comicbook/BlackBolt. Pat confusedly asks who Black Bolt is. Matt enthusiastically declares Black Bolt to be "The best character in anything, ever!"


-->'''Matt:''' She just tortures a bus.

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-->'''Matt:''' She just tortures torches a bus.


** Matt explains why T. Hawk is the only fighter from the movie not present in either version of the game:

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** Matt explains why T. Hawk is the one of only fighter two fighters from the movie not present in either version of the game:


-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day [Greg Rainwater's] supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to his trailer and it's ''cleared out''.

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-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day [Greg [Gregg Rainwater's] supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to his trailer and it's ''cleared out''.



-->'''Matt:''' And they go like, "Greg Rainwater, is he gone?" and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere you hear the sounds of an airplane in the background]].

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-->'''Matt:''' And they go like, "Greg "Gregg Rainwater, is he gone?" and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere you hear the sounds of an airplane in the background]].


** Matt explains why T. Hawk is the only characters from the movie not present in either version of the game:

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** Matt explains why T. Hawk is the only characters fighter from the movie not present in either version of the game:


* ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovieVideoGame Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game]]'':

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* ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovieVideoGame ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovie Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game]]'':



-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day he's supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to [Greg Rainwater's] trailer and it's ''cleared out''.

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-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day he's [Greg Rainwater's] supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to [Greg Rainwater's] his trailer and it's ''cleared out''.


* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUB3peOQcDU Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game]]'':

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* ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUB3peOQcDU ''[[VideoGame/StreetFighterTheMovieVideoGame Street Fighter: The Movie: The Game]]'':



** Matt explains why T. Hawk is the only characters from the movie not present in either version of the game:
-->'''Matt:''' And then, on the scheduled day he's supposed to show up for the mo-cap for this piece of shit, they go to [Greg Rainwater's] trailer and it's ''cleared out''.
-->'''Liam:''' Wow.
-->'''Matt:''' And they go like, "Greg Rainwater, is he gone?" and [[ScrewThisImOuttaHere you hear the sounds of an airplane in the background]].



** The usual theme song is replaced with a cheesy electronic track from the game.

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** The usual ''Fisticuffs'' theme song is replaced with a cheesy electronic track from the game.

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