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** During a very early stream of ''Brutal Doom'', Jack responds to a question asking if the duo will ever do an interview on the show. Jack says he's open to the possibility, but Rich states firmly that no one would ever agree to be interviewed by them. The pair would eventually conduct interviews with several game makers, including Edmund [=McMillen=] and two makers of Rich's favorite game, ''VideoGame/XCom2''.



** Various phrases from the following comment, left on the ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation'' episode, have received a '''ton''' of mileage [[note]] This is how the comment originally appeared; it has since been edited[[/note]]:

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** Various phrases from the following comment, left on the ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation'' episode, have received a '''ton''' ''ton'' of mileage [[note]] This is how the comment originally appeared; it has since been edited[[/note]]:



* OpinionMyopia:
** Generally averted by the hosts, though played straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.
** Played straight in the case of many of their viewers, going by things said in the Twitch chatroom.

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* OpinionMyopia:
** Generally averted by the hosts, though played straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation'';
OpinionMyopia: Jack and Rich have state repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.
** Played straight in the case of many of their viewers, going by things said in the Twitch chatroom.
would like ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''.

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* HarsherInHindsight: While Rich is a teetotaler, Jack often drinks craft brew during live streams and discusses beer. In one episode, he talks about how his wife gave him the Father's Day gift of driving them back home from a weekend excursion so that he could day-drink on the last day. In 2020, however, Jack revealed that he was a functional alcoholic who had hidden his problem by drinking craft beer and being very responsible about when he drank.


** Generally averted by the hosts, though played annoyingly straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.

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** Generally averted by the hosts, though played annoyingly straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.


* HilariousInHindsight: During a stream of ''Space Marine'', Rich, Jack and Jay talk about Creator/PattonOswalt's cameo in ''Film/SpaceCop'' and joke about how implausible it would be for him to appear on ''WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst'', since it would require him to waste a whole day. Years later, Oswalt ''did'' appear in a ''Best of the Worst'' episode. In spite of watching a truly miserable line-up of movies, Oswalt has unofficially said he'd be open to doing it again some time.

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* HilariousInHindsight: HilariousInHindsight:
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During a stream of ''Space Marine'', Rich, Jack and Jay talk about Creator/PattonOswalt's cameo in ''Film/SpaceCop'' and joke about how implausible it would be for him to appear on ''WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst'', since it would require him to waste a whole day. Years later, Oswalt ''did'' appear in a ''Best of the Worst'' episode. In spite of watching a truly miserable line-up of movies, Oswalt has unofficially said he'd be open to doing it again some time.
** During a 2015 stream of ''Grand Theft Auto V'', Rich, Jack and Jay are asked whether they ever got so drunk during an episode of ''Best of the Worst'' that they had to stop early and do the rest the next day. They all think the question is funny, saying that an episode requires so much behind-the-scenes work that it's actually quite implausible to get too drunk, especially when they have to drive home afterwards. During the 2018 Halloween episode of ''Best of the Worst'', however, the gang ''did'' get so drunk that they had to stop recording and complete the episode the next day.


* MemeticMutation: Various phrases from the following comment, left on the ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation'' episode, have received a '''ton''' of mileage [[note]] This is how the comment originally appeared; it has since been edited[[/note]]:

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* MemeticMutation: HilariousInHindsight: During a stream of ''Space Marine'', Rich, Jack and Jay talk about Creator/PattonOswalt's cameo in ''Film/SpaceCop'' and joke about how implausible it would be for him to appear on ''WebVideo/BestOfTheWorst'', since it would require him to waste a whole day. Years later, Oswalt ''did'' appear in a ''Best of the Worst'' episode. In spite of watching a truly miserable line-up of movies, Oswalt has unofficially said he'd be open to doing it again some time.
* MemeticMutation:
**
Various phrases from the following comment, left on the ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation'' episode, have received a '''ton''' of mileage [[note]] This is how the comment originally appeared; it has since been edited[[/note]]:


* TheScrappy: Jack is this to many viewers, for reasons such as "being bad at games," "being a hipster," and "having a fake, annoying Muppet laugh." His dislike of things like ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' don't do him any favors, either.
** A part of the audience in turn have Rich as the scrappy, for his tendency to speak smugly about things he doesnt understand.


* AwesomeMusic: The ending theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kBhbseGOq4 "Do or Die" by Stuart Bogie]].

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* AwesomeMusic: SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The ending theme, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3kBhbseGOq4 "Do or Die" by Stuart Bogie]].


** Generally averted by the hosts, though played completely straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.

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** Generally averted by the hosts, though played completely annoyingly straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.



** A part of the audience in turn have Rich as the scrappy, for "his tendency to speak smugly about things he doesnt understand."

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** A part of the audience in turn have Rich as the scrappy, for "his his tendency to speak smugly about things he doesnt understand."


* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes. [[note]] It has been implied on streams that part of it had to do with with Mike or Jay having to edit Game Station 2.0 in addition to their numerous other shows, whereas Jack edits Previously Recorded videos himself. In one of the Jay streams, it was eventually noted that it failed because Rich had nobody to bounce off of,
which is why it was relaunched with two people as Pre Rec, after Jay explained a similar situation with him and Quick Cuts morphing into Re:View.[[/note]]

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* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes. [[note]] It has been implied on streams that part of it had to do with with Mike or Jay having to edit Game Station 2.0 in addition to their numerous other shows, whereas Jack edits Previously Recorded videos himself. In one of the Jay streams, it was eventually noted that it failed because Rich had nobody to bounce off of,
of, which is why it was relaunched with two people as Pre Rec, after Jay explained a similar situation with him and Quick Cuts morphing into Re:View.[[/note]]


* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes. [[note]] It has been implied on streams that part of it had to do with with Mike or Jay having to edit Game Station 2.0 in addition to their numerous other shows, whereas Jack edits Previously Recorded videos himself.[[/note]]

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* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes. [[note]] It has been implied on streams that part of it had to do with with Mike or Jay having to edit Game Station 2.0 in addition to their numerous other shows, whereas Jack edits Previously Recorded videos himself. In one of the Jay streams, it was eventually noted that it failed because Rich had nobody to bounce off of,
which is why it was relaunched with two people as Pre Rec, after Jay explained a similar situation with him and Quick Cuts morphing into Re:View.
[[/note]]


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**A part of the audience in turn have Rich as the scrappy, for "his tendency to speak smugly about things he doesnt understand."


* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes. [[note]] It has been implied on streams that part of it had to do with with Mike or Jay having to edit Game Station 2.0 in addition to their numerous other shows, whereas Jack edits Previously Recorded videos himself.[[/note]]

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** The next Plinkett review being out tomorrow.


* EnsembleDarkhorse: Jack's wife Lisa, who appeared in the board game stream, quickly became one for her overall geekiness and humor, as well as the fact that she [[spoiler: won at Star Trek Catan]]. Jack's critics also appreciated her "reining in" his usual antics.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: EnsembleDarkhorse:
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Jack's wife Lisa, who appeared in the board game stream, quickly became one for her overall geekiness and humor, as well as the fact that she [[spoiler: won at Star Trek Catan]]. Jack's critics also appreciated her "reining in" his usual antics.



* OpinionMyopia: Generally averted by the hosts, though played completely straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.

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* OpinionMyopia: OpinionMyopia:
**
Generally averted by the hosts, though played completely straight in the case of ''VideoGame/AlienIsolation''; Jack and Rich have repeatedly mentioned that they ''literally cannot understand'' why anyone likes it.


* EnsembleDarkhorse: Jack's wife Lisa, who appeared in the board game stream, quickly became one for her overall geekiness and humor, as well as the fact that she [[spoiler: won at Star Trek Catan]]. Jack's critics also appreciated her "reigning in" his usual antics.

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* EnsembleDarkhorse: Jack's wife Lisa, who appeared in the board game stream, quickly became one for her overall geekiness and humor, as well as the fact that she [[spoiler: won at Star Trek Catan]]. Jack's critics also appreciated her "reigning "reining in" his usual antics.


* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Gamestation'' only lasted four episodes.

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* OlderThanTheyThink: In 2012, there was an earlier attempt by Red Letter Media at reviewing video games called ''Game Station 2.0'', also featuring Rich. For reasons unknown, ''Gamestation'' ''Game Station'' only lasted four episodes.

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