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* Vinny referenced "I Am the Walrus" a second time (specifically, the "Yellow matter custard dripping from a dead dog's eye" line), adding a reference to WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, by opening Episode 22 by saying, "It's like diarrhea dump dripping from a dead dog's eye," even commenting that it was "a cross between Music/JohnLennon and the Angry Video Game Nerd."

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* Vinny referenced "I Am the Walrus" a second time (specifically, the "Yellow matter custard dripping from a dead dog's eye" line), adding a reference to WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd, by opening Episode 22 by saying, "It's like diarrhea dump dripping coming from a dead dog's eye," even commenting that it was "a cross between Music/JohnLennon and the Angry Video Game Nerd."


--> "You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it's me, I'm a little fucked up maybe, but I'm '''funny how''', I mean '''funny like''' I'm a '''clown''', I amuse you?"

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--> ---> "You mean, let me understand this cause, ya know maybe it's me, I'm a little fucked up maybe, but I'm '''funny how''', I mean '''funny like''' I'm a '''clown''', I amuse you?"



** "Pizza Time" is the name of the song Ralph and Vinesauce perform when they form a band. Also, said band is called the "[[Film/TheBluesBrothers Buvvins Brothers]]".

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** * "Pizza Time" is the name of the song Ralph and Vinesauce perform when they form a band. Also, said band is called the "[[Film/TheBluesBrothers Buvvins Brothers]]".



* In Episode 51, Vinny does an impression of WesternAnimation/{{Rick|And Morty}} while giving Tingle new clothes. In the following episode, he also posits that [[spoiler:Vineschnoz came to the regular island through one of Rick's portals]].
** This continues in Episode 54, as he compares a possible ending for the series as being similar to Rick's car battery, and celebrates Vlinny going to space by playing "Goodbye Moonmen".

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* In Episode 51, Vinny does an impression of WesternAnimation/{{Rick|And Morty}} while giving Tingle new clothes. In the following episode, he also posits that [[spoiler:Vineschnoz came to the regular island through one of Rick's portals]].
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portals]]. This continues in Episode 54, as he compares a possible ending for the series as being similar to Rick's car battery, and celebrates Vlinny going to space by playing "Goodbye Moonmen".


* Chinigan gave a shout out to TV Tropes in [[https://booru.vineshroom.net/post/view/14439search=seabiscuit this art (contains spoilers)]] of Dheerse (a Mii he created), which references [[spoiler:her eviction]] and contains the specific quote used in Dheerse's character page section (which is one of many).

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* Chinigan gave a shout out to TV Tropes in [[https://booru.vineshroom.net/post/view/14439search=seabiscuit net/post/view/25537search=dheerse this art (contains spoilers)]] of Dheerse (a Mii he created), which references [[spoiler:her eviction]] and contains the specific quote used in Dheerse's character page section (which is one of many).


** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely be the vowels used in the English language repeated, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an audio clip from that video appearing in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.

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** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely be the vowels used in the English language repeated, vowels repeated twice, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an engine. An audio clip from that video appearing appears in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.


* As Vinny hadn't yet given Tucker a last name when his Mii was made and there wasn't an option to leave it blank, he was given the last name Blankface, which is a reference to the person who drew the art his Mii is based on (as well as the first person to upload art of him to the Booru), [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=account_profile&uname=Blankfaece Blankfaece]], though it is spelled differently here.

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* As Vinny hadn't yet given Tucker a last name when his Mii was made and there wasn't an option to leave it blank, he was given the last name Blankface, which is a reference to the person who drew the art his Mii is based on (as well as the first person to upload art of him to the Booru), [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=account_profile&uname=Blankfaece [[https://booru.vineshroom.net/user/Blankfaece Blankfaece]], though it is spelled differently here.



* Chinigan gave a shout out to TV Tropes in [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=36495 this art (contains spoilers)]] of Dheerse (a Mii he created), which references [[spoiler:her eviction]] and contains the specific quote used in Dheerse's character page section (which is one of many).

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* Chinigan gave a shout out to TV Tropes in [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=post&s=view&id=36495 [[https://booru.vineshroom.net/post/view/14439search=seabiscuit this art (contains spoilers)]] of Dheerse (a Mii he created), which references [[spoiler:her eviction]] and contains the specific quote used in Dheerse's character page section (which is one of many).


* Gaben's presence on the island tends to lead to references to Creator/ValveSoftware, the company the real Gabe Newell helped found. For example, ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' has been referenced often, while the song from the Crowbars (Gaben's techno duo with Ben) references ''Ricochet''.

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* Gaben's presence on the island tends to lead to references to Creator/ValveSoftware, the company the real Gabe Newell helped found. For example, his catchphrase is [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 "Worth the weight"]], ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' and its rumored third installment has been referenced often, while the song from the The Crowbars (Gaben's techno duo with Ben) references ''Ricochet''.


** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely be the vowels used in the English language repeated twice, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an audio clip from that video appearing in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.

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** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely be the vowels used in the English language repeated twice, repeated, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an audio clip from that video appearing in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.


** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely being the vowels used in the English language repeated twice, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an audio clip from that video appearing in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.

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** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely being be the vowels used in the English language repeated twice, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an audio clip from that video appearing in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.

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** Wario's primary catchphrase ("aeiou aeiou"), while appearing to merely being the vowels used in the English language repeated twice, is a reference to [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hv6RbEOlqRo a YouTube video]] featuring players of ''VideoGame/MoonbaseAlpha'' messing with its text-to-speech engine, with an audio clip from that video appearing in ''VideoGame/TheFantasticGame'', which Vinny had previously streamed, and Vinny showed a fan-made video featuring an astronaut from that game, along with [=BonziBUDDY=] and Microsoft Sam, visiting Vineland Island to give a lonely Vinesauce some company.[[note]]This was earlier in the series, before there were LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters.[[/note]] However, ''Moonbase Alpha'' pronounces "aeiou aeiou" as "eye-ooh eye-ooh" while ''Tomodachi Life'' simply spells it out.


* As Vinny tells the audience about Bub Skebulba's murderous nature, he remarks that he kills people "Creator/MikeMyers style". (He meant to say [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Michael Myers]], and only realizes his mistake when a piece of fanart makes the inevitable ''Franchise/{{Shrek}}'' reference.)
* As Vinny hadn't yet given Tucker a last name when his Mii was made and there wasn't an option to leave it blank, he was given the last name Blankface, which is a reference to the person who drew the art his Mii is based on (as well as the first person to upload art of him), [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=account_profile&uname=Blankfaece Blankfaece]], though it is spelled differently here.

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* As Vinny tells the audience about Bub Skebulba's murderous nature, he remarks that he kills people "Creator/MikeMyers style"."Creator/MikeMyers-style". (He meant to say [[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Michael Myers]], and only realizes his mistake when a piece of fanart makes the inevitable ''Franchise/{{Shrek}}'' reference.)
* As Vinny hadn't yet given Tucker a last name when his Mii was made and there wasn't an option to leave it blank, he was given the last name Blankface, which is a reference to the person who drew the art his Mii is based on (as well as the first person to upload art of him), him to the Booru), [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=account_profile&uname=Blankfaece Blankfaece]], though it is spelled differently here.

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* As Vinny hadn't yet given Tucker a last name when his Mii was made and there wasn't an option to leave it blank, he was given the last name Blankface, which is a reference to the person who drew the art his Mii is based on (as well as the first person to upload art of him), [[http://vinesauce.booru.org/index.php?page=account_profile&uname=Blankfaece Blankfaece]], though it is spelled differently here.


* In Episode 56 Vinny sings about Cling On's vocal inflection to the tune of "Starman" by David Bowie, the musician the episode was made in honor of.

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* In Episode 56 Vinny sings about Cling On's vocal inflection to the tune of "Starman" by David Bowie, the musician the episode in question was made in honor of.

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* In Episode 56 Vinny sings about Cling On's vocal inflection to the tune of "Starman" by David Bowie, the musician the episode was made in honor of.


* Episode 47 closes with Alpaca dancing on the save screen. Southbird's edit adds in the beginning of Wario's ''VideoGame/{{Super Mario Land 2|SixGoldenCoins}}'' boss theme. Southbird is a fan of that game, as seen by the inclusion of music from it in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3Mix''.

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* Episode 47 closes with Alpaca dancing on the save screen. Southbird's edit adds in the beginning of Wario's ''VideoGame/{{Super Mario Land 2|SixGoldenCoins}}'' boss theme. Southbird is a fan of that game, as seen by the inclusion of music several elements from it (such as music) in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioBros3Mix''.


* Early in Episode 55, Vinny tries to help a quarreling Vinesauce and Princess Peach "resonate with joy". When he says this, Peach's face is covered over by the face of a Grandchild from ''Albino Lullaby'', an obscure 2015 horror game that Vinny streamed. [[labelnote:Explanation]]One of the Grandchildren's lines in the game is "WHY DOESN'T IT [the player] RESONATE WITH JOY?"[[/labelnote]]

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* Early in Episode 55, Vinny tries to help a quarreling Vinesauce and Princess Peach "resonate with joy". When he says this, this in the SB Edit, Peach's face is covered over by the face of a Grandchild from ''Albino Lullaby'', an obscure 2015 horror game that Vinny streamed. [[labelnote:Explanation]]One of the Grandchildren's lines in the game is "WHY DOESN'T IT [the player] RESONATE WITH JOY?"[[/labelnote]]

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