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    Top 10 Jerks in Video Games 
  • His criticism regarding how many jerks there are in video games, claiming it was uncanny and completely different from the real world... while posting hate comments directed his way over the video, even going on to quote one of them directly and claim people don't say that.
  • The "I Like To Ski" song from his Top Ten Jerks In Video Games video.
    PBG: (Singing) I like to ski! I like to ski! I can ski free! I can ski free! I am going down the snow! I do not know which I go. (gibberish) GO! I like to ski! *yeti'd*
  • He gets angry when a Blue Shell prevents him from getting third place in "Mario Kart."
    PBG: Hey, don't disrespect third place! That's a bronze medal; people train their whole lives to get that crap! *A medal appears onscreen which displays PBG giving a thumbs up and says "You tried!"*
  • Gleefully showing off a mod that allows you to kill the kids in Skyrim.
    Nelkir: Another wanderer, here to lick my father's boots. Good job.
    PBG: LEARN SOME MANNERS, KID! (slashes him)
  • His reaction to the realization that you can propose to your rival, Jamie, in "Harvest Moon: Magical Melody."
  • He says that even though Pokey is a bad guy, he can't help but feel that he's just a misfit. Then he gets Pokey's letter...
    PBG: Blah blah blah...Spankety...spankety...spankety...? YOU TAKE THAT BACK!
  • His happily proclaiming that he calls his rival in Pokémon Red and Blue Dumbutt.
    • And stating that being insulted by Gary Oak from the anime is like winning a prize. And promptly gets congratulated when Gary insults him for being 'last'.

    My Slave Kingdom 
  • Refering to the wizards as "Wandy Guys".
  • His character named "EESDESESERD" whom he made look as ridiculous as possible.
    • "I like his bald!"
  • "And the runner up gets a....toaster oven? AWESOME!!!"
  • Him pointing out how Lyndsay "helps" and realizing the Accidental Innuendo he caused.
    PBG: And, by help I mean she just shakes your bag around and gives your wand special powers... Uhhhhhh...
  • PBG laughing insanely and running around while holding "The wandy thing".
    • "Why did I just get a pencil?"
  • "LET'S GO SAILING!" *Thud*
  • "Ok, I'm gonna need five happys and twenty-five cherries.....Oh, I see....(?????)"
  • PBG builds a "rocket" (in the loosest sense of the world possible) to send an NPC into space. The rocket promptly explodes.

    My Derp Sims Agents 
  • PBG's songs return.
    PBG: Smash the truck! Smash the truck! I'm a detective so I smashed the truck! You think you smashed the truck? No, I smashed the truck! I'm the one that smashed the truck!
    • "Smash the trash can! Smash the trash can! I'm a detective so I smashed the trash can! Beat this kid... Ok, I didn't do that... BUT, SMASH THE TRUCK I DEFINITELY DID!!!"
  • Also:
    I'm Playing Video Gaaaaaaaaaaaaaaames!
  • Regarding one of the costumes:
    PBG: Huh, this isn't so bad. Pull out the crowbar again and he looks kinda like a green-suited Gordon Freeman. You know... but a clown.
  • (Singing) "Being an agent, being an agent, just walking around, and being an agent..."
  • "Hey, look at that! This must be my Sim from the original video's offspring! [Beat] Kill It with Fire!"
  • "Super Secret Super Hero Agent Secret Agent Mcagents of Secrecy"

    Putt-Putt Does Some Things 
  • (going through the mail) "Dear PBG, you need a haircut. Dear PBG, you don't need a haircut. Dear PBG, has anyone told you that you look like Shaggy from Scooby-Doo?"
    • "Ever wanted to play a game where you click on stuff? Then this is the game for you! See something? Click on it! Just click on everything, I mean what could go wrong?" (Cuts to him walking in his yard and tapping on a spigot cover... Which causes it to blow up )
  • This:
    '''Mountain lion toy(?): "Why does a fireman wear red suspenders?"
    'PBG (kind of creeped out): "Uh, I don't caaaaare. Bye, bye.
  • FANTASY MOOOONTH while Putt Putt Mows a Lawn.
  • Firebert's first appearance as him being zoomed in on, but then towards the end of him talking, the Mega Man Cartoon "DERP" picture appears from the corner.
  • His breakdown after saying that watching Putt-Putt get a new paint job (of purple, again) was the most fun he's had all day. Then what he says when playing some stupid puzzle:
    PBG (crying) : I hate my life. I just want to play Diablo 3!

    Putt Does Some Things Again 
  • The intro, of course:
    PBG: "About a year ago, I did a video on some Putt Putt games. (close up on his eyes, frequently darting around, he speaks in a hushed voice) And I've never be the same since! (speaking normally now) Actually I have. I have since coped with how many mails there are, the FCC never followed up on that death threat, but I do still get letters about whether I should cut my hair."
  • Him pointing out that Mister Baldini is a little bit of a racial stereotyped character.
  • Pointing out Putt-Putt's Captain Obvious.
    Putt-Putt: "Hey! It's a billboard for the Cartown Zoo!"
  • His reaction to Smokey in the second half:
    PBG I think I need to call 911 again, actually.
    • The picture he displays really sells it, it's of Putt-Putt at the blower and the word bubble he added says: "Hello, Mr. Policeman? I believe I am about to be sexually assaulted."
  • In going to the library to find what a lemur eats for Outback Al, Putt-Putt happens to find a book on animals in which you can make Putt-Putt say all the letters of the alphabet:
    PBG: ...and I'm sure with my mature creative ability I can have some fun with this.
    Putt-Putt: F U.
    PBG: Perfect!
  • PBG mouthing Putt-Putt's victory speech and flipping off Outback Al.
  • His reaction to those rhyming monkeys.
  • And his reaction to when lazyass Outback Al gives Putt Putt the Junior Zookeeper award.
    PBG: "Junior award?! More like the 'I should have your job award'. I saved all the animals while he just sat there doing nothing. I even fixed parts of the zoo he was supposed to be fixing while doing it. This guy sucks at his job."
  • Upon realizing that Putt Putt's voice in the 5th game is different: "Oh no! They changed his voice! THEY CHAAAAAANGED HIS VOOOOOOIIICE!!!! Oh wait I don't care. Never mind."

    Putt-Putt Does Some More Things AGAIN 
  • The montage of PBG saying Putt-Putt's name while an 8-bit version of The Price Is Right theme plays.
  • When talking about the musical number in Pep's Birthday Surprise:
    Singer: There'll be puppies!
    PBG: Oh wait, there's gonna be puppies? ...Okay, I might go.
    Singer: And 16 tonnes of bunnies!
    PBG: 16 tonnes of bunnies though? That just sounds like an excessive amount to me...
  • Eventually he just gives up and writes "dum kek 4 poop" on Pep's cake.

    Top 10 Scariest Enemies in Video Games 

    Hatoful Boyfriend 

    Hey You, Pikachu 

    Top 10 Zelda Bosses 
  • His "Surfing On A Top" song sung to the tune of ''Surfin' USA'' in his Top 10 Zelda Bosses is hilarious.
    "Surfin' on this sand here! Surfin' in a circle! I'm surfin' in a circle! Still surfin' in a circle...."
  • (After defeating Stallord) "And not that that's over with, there's only one thing left to do..."
    "Surfin' on the wall here! It's really really fun! I'm surfin' on the wall and surfin' on the wall really good..."

    Lord of the Rings (SNES) 

    Yoshi's Story 

    Harvest Moon: Animal Parade 
  • Opening up the video about Animal Parade's story being that everything sucks for everyone: crops won't grow; fires won't start and fish aren't there.
  • Pointing out that, adding to all the above issues, their bridge is out, too. But Bo forgot to get his tools, so PBG has to go to the town, get his tools and bring them. And then Bo is just a bit too hungry to work!
    PBG: You know, Bo, you could've really gone and gotten lunch, while you were standing here doing nothing!
    • Bo then admits that his lunch needs to be a singular strawberry and some milk.
      PBG: As the old saying goes, beggars can be choosers... as long as the developers have programmed it.
  • PBG mocking the dialogue options in the game.
    • When the Harvest Goddess asked for his help.
      Harvest Goddess: Are you gonna help?
      PBG: [reads the dialogue options] Leave it to me! No problem! YEAAAAH!
    • When Mayor Hamilton is stuck in the chimney:
      PBG: You have the option to either help him, or sit there and watch. I of course did the latter. Over and over and over.
  • Showing some of the pictures he took in the game, including a picture of himself; a lighthouse and what looks like a close-up shot of the witch's cleavage.
    PBG: Uh... l-let's stop looking at the pictures.
  • PBG stating what a horrible circus master Theodore is, that he lost an elephant and a giraffe. Losing the pig is understandable, but those?
  • Realizing that the animals have been lost for about a month or longer, PBG carefully looks behind the lighthouse for the giraffe and inputs a picture of a giraffe with crossed-out eyes.
  • A blink-and-you'll-miss-it moment, where you can see that PBG called his pet snake EESDESESES.
  • Asking the penguin, that keeps running into a stone, if it requires medical attention.
  • PBG's long, scary rant about how young Luna, a potential wife, looks.
    • The dialogue he picks when proposing to Luna. "I want to eat your lunches."
      PBG: Gets the girls every time.

    Link, the Faces of Evil 
  • His whole review intro:
    PBG: "Man, Zelda is great."
    Dark PBG(?): (hissing/rasping) "Philips!"
    PBG: "I really love Zelda, I'm happy."
    Dark PBG: C. D. I!
    PBG: "I don't think there's a thing of Zelda games in the world I don't love."
    Dark PBG: "We don't speak its name!"
    (cue a hashtag Overly Long Gag)
  • His YouTube Poop
  • Also, this:
    PBG: "The first thing you'll realize when you turn on the Faces of Evil is that you've made some pretty poor life choices."
  • What he says when he has to get "rubees":
    PBG: (sounding bored) Boy this sure is a great way to start a game, huh? Farming for money against mindless generic enemies. Whoopdy freakin' do. It's almost like I don't want to kill myself.
  • The theme Shut up and Jam Gaiden plays after a dumbfounded PBG gains the magical sword from the old fisherman.
  • PBG admits liking the music for the Toiku Lighthouse level because it sounds like he's about to run a marathon. Then there's a scene of him awkwardly running to a McDonald's restaurant to feast himself with burgers.
    • Then wondering what just happened and what was in those burgers. He opens one of them and there's tons of drug-like white powder on it.
      PBG: Oh.

    Zelda, Wand of Gamelon (Part 1) 
  • Him merging with Zelda's (admittedly creepy) face.
  • As well as this:
    PBG: (with jerky motions) "These cutscenes are just so high quality! They must've spent a lot of time on them! Well, bye!" (walks off)
  • "This has been PBG reacts to things by making faces. We thank you as always for watching, and good night."

    Zelda, Wand of Gamelon (Part 2) 
  • "Oh, we're so EVIL and NASTY for no particular reason at all!"

    Animal Crossing New Leaf 
  • His view on the cow villager Angus.
    I want to eat Angus. I mean come on, he's a cow named Angus and he’s wearing a flame T-Shirt and he’s just asking for it!
  • The "Animal Crossing in my soup" song.

    Top 10 WORST Video Game Worlds to Live In 
  • PBG says if he didn't become a YouTuber he'd probably be a basketball star. Cue an extended video of him playing basketball and editing the footage to make it look like he got a slam dunk every time, over a rap song.

    Top 10 Ghosts In Videogames 
  • For Super Mario 3D Land, he waits next to the goal pole.
    PBG: Wait for it... wait for it... any second now...!
    (12 Hours Later)
    PBG: Ghost! There! *points to a minor, ghostly figure behind the fence*
  • He complains about Wisp from Animal Crossing. He asked him to remove all the weeds from PBG's village because he's "gots a lotsa weeds" and Wisp didn't do it!
  • Talking about the Metal Gear series, he mentions the cameos that the game's producers and team make as ghosts. But they all look so serious! PBG says that, if he were to be a ghost picture cameo in a videogame, he'd make his cameo better. And shows a ghostly picture of himself waving at the camera with a goofy smile on his face.

    Tomodachi Life 
  • PBG saying that he immediately added his girlfriend, Unicornism, into his game and that he gave her 'the most adorable voice possible'.
    Unicornism Mii: (in sweet, but squeaky voice) I'm Unicornism.
    PBG: (has multiple copies of Unicornism's Mii appear on screen and constantly repeat that line, all while he's clearly getting very scared)
  • PBG shows off some of the hilariously awkward catchphrases and poses he gave Miis of some of his friends:
    Jeff "Space Hamster"'s Mii: Wanna touch buts
    Ian Mii: (dancing a jig) Such bravery.
    ProJared Mii: I love balls!
    PBG Mii: (as text reads "Adventuuuure!") Adventur-eee-err
    PBG: Huh, that one didn't work so well.
  • Him gleefully admitting that you can edit the lyrics of songs in the game to be "as juvenile and inappropriate as Nintendo will allow you to get away with", and of course him showing a clip collection of said edited songs:
    Ian Mii: I love butt cheeks-Sandals and bob saget-They make me so wet.
    Jeff Mii: Haters keep a-hatin'-Trolls keep a-hissin'-In their mouths-I'll be a-pissin'
    Paul Mii: Maybe your dreams-Can come true-Probably not-You guys all suck! (audience claps anyway)
    • During the montage of songs, one involves PBG's Mii singing a song making fun of Ian's Mii's face. ("I saw Ian's face-Such a disgrace-He should hide it in the dark...") What makes it hilarious is the fact that Ian's Mii is one of the back-up dancers and his default expression is an annoyed-looking one. He looks as if he lost a bet!
  • Showing his friend Paul's Mii wanting some new clothes and PBG's response to it.
    PBG: No, Paul! How many times do I have to say it?! CAT! SUIT! Just own it, okay?! look gorgeous!
  • PBG admitting that he made his friend The Completionist take up ballet... who's surprisingly good at it.
  • PBG giving his brother a women's gymnastics leotard to wear... and liking it.
  • Unicornism and Brutalmoose having an intense airplane battle, with PBG adding guns and airplane crash noises, only to cut to black and say "There were no survivors".
  • The epic spazz-shot of PBG looking funny after his girlfriend's Mii rejected two of his friends' love confessions. The text blinks from "Epic Burn!" to "PBG totes hot", "Subscribe!", "Jared sucks!" and "(Ian's okay)" in that order. All while playing the battle-won theme of Super Mario RPG.
  • Making a Mii of SpaceHamster, giving him a Hamster costume and making his home resemble a hamster cage. But it turns out the Mii doesn't like Spacefood.
    PBG: HE'S A SHAM!!
  • PBG and Unicornism having a baby in the game. Called ChickenNug. And her turning into an adult after only a few days, now living on his island like a regular villager.
    • Also showing the adorable credit sequence of the child growing up, which includes a sweet video of them having a fun day in the park. Only for PBG to admit that he was waiting for a monster to come up and destroy them all Cloverfield-style.
  • Thinking that his island needed a villain, he created his Evil Counterpart: PuhBuhGu.
    PBG: And just look at how EVIL he is!
    PuhBuhGu: (walking around with big horns on his head)

    Weird i Pad Games 
  • PBG: Ever wanted to blow stuff up? That was a trick question, actually. If you said 'yes', then you go get in a jail now.
  • Several of the games he plays are rated 17+ for "frequent/intense medical/treatment information." He comments on the absurdness of bootleg Spongebob game rated 17+.

    Weird i Pad Games # 2 
  • The first game, a game where you open a set of teeth to allow food in, is recommended by a doctor in one of the reviews.
  • One game implies that a wife is shooting her husband with a bow and arrow. So PBG shoots the husband with an arrow, which causes him to lose.
    • He also thinks the game would be better if rather than an alcoholic husband, you shot at an orc or something else.
  • One game involves a man running away from a large group of women who want to tie him down and marry him, making him bald. To avoid them, he picks up dogs and shoots them behind him, knocking the would-be brides over like bowling pins. This is a real game.
    • While showing off gameplay of the dogs being used as projectiles, he overlays an image of the Duck Hunt Dog laughing.
  • His little song after finishing the Baby Hazel game.
    PBG: Yay! I won the game./I have many friends and I am not lame./Baby Hazel. The other girls, too./We have lots of fun, and we're better than you.

    Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 
  • PBG states early on that, as a kid, he was so excited about this game that he got up at 4 AM to play it!
    PBG: I probably wasn't supposed to do that... sorry, mom.
  • Saying that some scenarios in the game are so easy that he basically build a few rollercoasters and then stared at the screen for a few hours, until he won.
    • And pointing out how all the park visitors turn towards the screen and clap and cheer when he wins. PBG says it's actually a nice boost of confidence. And then he begins to play back lip-synced speech from a previous Putt Putt video.
      PBG: "And Outback Al"- screw you!
  • Pointing out how freaking broken the Go Karts are, how the park could be filled with nothing but Go Karts and people would love it.
  • PBG mentions that he's encountered some glitches... and then the video begins to jitter, play back with static and weird Interface Screw before a message popping up that PBG stopped working and needs to be rebooted.
  • Calling one of his rollercoasters "Gimme Yo Money"!
  • When talking about how the guests' thoughts of "X is really good value" means to actually jack the price up higher, they'll still pay for it. PBG tried to get this one guest to pay all his money to get onto the rollercoaster, but seems to have pissed the guest off. And now he stands there, staring longingly at the too-expensive rollercoaster...
    • ...which turns into a Mood Whiplash when seconds later, the rollercoaster has a crash and several guests die.
      PBG: Me screwing with this guy literally saved his life!
  • Making his own park. "Don't come here, you'll die" and its various death traps. And then sending all the members of NormalBoots onto the rides.

     Hyrule Warriors 

  • Stating right off the bat that he has never played a Dynasty Warriors game in his life before, so this video will be from the perspective of a guy, who has never played a Dynasty Warriors game in his life before.
    PBG: I already said that...
  • Points out just how bad the case of Artificial Stupidity is for enemies and your allies. He even has a group of soldiers surrounding one Bokoblin and sees how long it takes them to defeat it.
    PBG: Come on, guys, you can do it! Just try a little bit-yes, that guy's going for it!
    One soldier attacks the Bokoblin and kills it
    PBG: Yes! He did it! This guy, ladies and gentlemen! This guy! Give him a medal or something!
    A gold medal with the words 'A Medal Or Something' pops up
  • PBG points out that Zelda's having a nightmare and seems to be having those a lot lately. They say they are still searching for a sign of the chosen Hero.
    PBG: I dunno, but there's this guy called Link in the army and he does this...
    (Link jump-attacks a fellow soldier in training with epic music playing and a Street Fighter-esque You Win message)
  • The battle is over, but Zelda has gone missing!
    PBG: But Sheik shows up pretty soon and, apparently, these guys have never played Ocarina of Time because they have no idea who she is. Seriously, she even has the Triforce of Wisdom later in the game and they still don't question it.
  • He talks about the various playable characters in the game, with some predictable ones like Link, Zelda and Impa — all of which are fun — but there are some surprising ones like Midna, Fi and... Agitha?
  • PBG is utterly horrified that, out of all the various designs the Great Fairies have gone through over the course of the game, they opted for 'the absolute creepiest one'.
  • He ends the video in the same fashion as the game's story takes place in.
    So PeanutButterGamer left his room and ordered a pizza. He then ate the pizza, and it was good. But then, out of nowhere, before anyone could even have expected it, Harry Potter came and summoned the Dark World! And that was bad. In the Dark World, Ganondorf lived there. Or maybe it was Ganon? I don't really remember which. And they fought the fight to the death with PeanutButterGuy! And it was terrible of a sight to see. But then Link showed up to save the day! But it was too late... The battle was over, and everybody was dead! (Also Agitha was there for some reason.)

  • After explaining about eating other creatures in the games Cell stage.
  • After killing off another pack of creatures.
    Alien Baby: Why'd you kill my mommy?*extinct*
  • Dubbing his created species 'The Poob.'
  • Realizing far too late into the game that he's stuck himself with the dorkiest creature he could possibly create.

    Super Mario 64 Hacking 
  • His reaction to the "Make-Mario-explode-if-he-touches-anything" hack.
    PBG:"Silly Mario, living is for kids!"
  • Mario is five balls with flashing trousers and he has no head.

    Zelda Ocarina of Time Hacking 
  • Giant Epona.
    PBG: Please do not pee on me; I'm pretty sure I would drown.
  • "Uh, excuse me, sir, have you seen the entire lower half of my body anywhere? Or maybe my spine?"
  • PBG's "I'm so glitch" rap.

    Top 10 Laziest Things in Video Games 
  • His inclusion of the very concept of Early Access games.
    • Complete with his dog, Luka, staring at him as he flails across the yard.
  • The number 1 laziest thing in gaming? We all should've seen this coming: it's Snorla—note  Wait, no, it's Seel.

    Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life 

  • PBG repeatedly stating that the Harvest Sprites are not drug-induced hallucations of the main character... then deciding to drop the charade and admitting that they likely are, since you do have to get high on shrooms (eat a mushroom) to even get into their house.
  • While talking about the child in the game, stating that he's got 'this child caring thing' down pat and immediately cuts to making his character throw his son out of the window. Oops.
  • His reaction to the game's end where the character dies and complaining that, after all the work he put into the game, that's his reward.

    Sonic Heroes 
  • PBG begins the video calmly talking about Sonic and what he is, all while more and more comments, demanding PBG to make a Sonic video, fill up the screen and begin to yell at him.
  • PBG puts one portion of the main theme song in reverse in which he can perfectly hear "Austin". This makes him realize he was Sonic all this time.
  • His annoyance with Tails not shutting up.
  • After finishing the review, PBG gets up and runs outside, with the Sonic Heroes music playing! Then falls off a pier... and replays that shot several times, with Tails' voice clip playing over and over.

    Super Mario Galaxy Hacking 
  • Hacking giving him the ability to obtain all 121 Stars of the game. PBG proceeds to give a thank you speech, but points out that the Stars keep disappearing and reappearing.
  • PBG uses the 'Infinite Everything' cheat, which gives him infinite lives, infinite health and infinite Starbits. It also gives him infinite spin-jumps and allows him to skip parts of a level... if the player can keep swinging the WiiMote around. Cue the camera cutting to PBG swinging the WiiMote in exhaustion, falling off the chair and continuing to shake the thing on the ground. Then he loses a life.
  • Using the flying cheat to obtain the Red Star powerup without a time limit.
    PBG: Why play the game, when you can just fly everywhere?
    (Mario stops flying mid-air and falls to his death)
    PBG: Oh. Um, that was planned.
  • A hack that causes all NPCs to be turned giant and into flexible goop. PBG loves jumping on the peniguins in Beach Bowl Galaxy, since it's like a trampoline, but as he thinks their condition is a spreading disease, he decides to blow up the entire planet, before it can spread. Mario lands on the planet and it explodes.
  • Becoming more and more freaked out by the above hack, PBG begins to beg and plea for things to return to normal! It does and PBG finally relaxes again... then Mario's back promptly bends him backwards.
    PBG: Oh, god! Ow! My back...! Actually, I think I can live like this.
  • Following the tradition of his previous hacking videos, he says it's 'time to screw with Mario'. First portraying Mario as nothing but a giant head and PBG begins to sing to the Galaxy theme.
  • Expanding on the hack, he leaves Mario the usual size, but adds the ability to move his head independently away from his body.
    PBG: Excuse me, Rosalina, my eyes are over here.
  • Going to his favorite level: fnd ofu uif Hanay.
    • When dying, getting the message 'u bae'.
      PBG: "U Bae"? Why thank you, Maro. That's very flattering!
  • Deciding to take on Bowser, PBG notes that Mario fell asleep from all his adventures. Cue him holding a Luigi plushie, saying there's only one man who can now save them! Except Luigi is looking scrawny, so he needs to bulk up. And throws a dumbbell onto the plushie. Then cuts to the game, where Mario has been turned into Luigi with massively bulky arms.
    PBG: Yeah. Looking pretty hot there. Oh, yeah!
    • PBG then begins to sing a lovesong to Luigi to the Galaxy tune.

    Top 10 WORST Party Games! 
  • PBG backing himself up on his opinion on a Wii party game based on the Tamagotchi virtual pets by quoting this review he found online:
    PBG: (in serious tone) "Tamagotchi had been died for years it was almost died when I was 6 and now I am 10." - Bryan M. (applause)
  • Later, PBG fighting with the "state-of-the-art" lie detector in an XBox game based on detecting lies called ''Truth or Lies. (Namely, the game detects everything PBG says as a lie without fail.) Every instance is followed by the game's intro sequence explaining the "rules" of the game being played at various speeds.
    Game: Who would be your first choice to sleep in a tent with you in the woods? Why?
    PBG: Uh, my wife because I love her.
    Game: "LIE" I don't think so, liar!
    PBG: WHAT?! Nonononono! This game is rigged! (gestures toward his wedding ring) This game is rigged!
  • Poor PBG has to sit through another MySims game. (Namely My Sims Party.)
  • PBG playing the notoriously horrible Nickelodeon Party Blast and demonstrating how easy the food fight minigame is by playing as Tommy Pickles and simply hiding in a back room of the Krusty Krab, standing on a table and barely doing anything aside from dodging flying food, and then standing on top of a refrigerator and tossing pizzas at the other players and winning every time.
  • In order to properly review Animal Crossing amiibo Festival, PBG faces an amiibo collector's worst nightmare: Having to unbox his amiibos. We then see PBG sobbing incoherently as he unboxes an Isabelle amiibo. However, he winds up having fun with them unboxed: He stages a scene with his Tom Nook and the aforementioned Isabelle amiibo where Isabelle (unhappy with being out of her box) gives Nook a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown when Nook tells her that she can at least play amiibo Festival now that she's out of her box, complete with "blood" (read: ketchup) splattered everywhere.
    PBG: I take it back, I like this. I think this is the most fun I've ever had with my amiibos actually.
    • You can even see the ketchup bottle he used to fake the blood.

     Animal Crossing 
  • "You know what I love? ANIMAL CROSSING!!! I REALLY LIKE IT!!"
  • Since New Leaf came out back in 2012, so there's gotta be a new one coming out soon. PBG heads off to 'the internet' and finds himself in some desert area, but sees an Animal Crossing logo in the distance. It disappears instantly.
    PBG: Ah, shoot. 's a mirage.
  • He starts up the game and asks for a second... to Squee! with joy over Nostalgia.
  • PBG talks about how he first heard about the game, after his brother had read about it in Nintendo Power.
    PBG: He came up to me and said, "It's a game where you live with animals, do chores, and pick weeds, 'n' stuff". To which I replied, "Sounds dumb". No, YOU'RE dumb!
  • One of his townsfolk is a cow named Patty.
    PBG: Mmmmmmmh, patty... *puts up image of a juicy burger*
  • The entire love-story with Mitzi, the cat.
    • First of all, PBG is overcome with joy to see her in this file! She was in his village when he played as a little kid, too, and was his in-game kitty-cat girlfriend. The fact that she is here again is a sign. It was meant to be! Cue a joyous love song being sung by PBG, with fanart of him and Mitzi, together.
      Mitzi, Mitzi
      Mitzi, me, we were meant to be
      Mitzi, through and through
      Mitzi, our love is true!
    • PBG decides to write her a letter, declaring his love for her, wanting her to notice him, and that he will be watching her... and adds some creepy emotes. And even hands her his 'prized, blue umbrella' that he found in the dump. Just have to go to bed and her reply will be in the mail!
    • The next day, her reply isn't there and he's sure it's a mistake. He'll just go to her house and... her house is gone. No! She moved?! But it was meant to be! He had never been so sure of anything else in his life; how should he go on without her? PBG gets angry and has to take his anger out on someone! Someone has to pay! And he attacks Tom, a blue cat villager, with his axe—cut to black.
      PBG: YOU MADE ME DO THIS, MITZI! YOU MADE ME DO THIS! (sounds of axe swinging and PBG's anger cries, then cutting to him outside his house) Alright, I feel better now.
  • He chooses to become an anti-social hermit in-game after Mitzi left him, amassing a huge amount of bells and having nobody for company but his gyroids. PBG is counting small change, while yelling at the gyroids to stop bothering him.
    PBG: Schmeh...! Schmeh...! *counting coins* Shut up, gyroids! Or I'll put you right back into the ground where I found you!
  • PBG checks the notice board for any activities. Amongst them is an upcoming streaking party (be there, be bare!); someone having buried a computer; and a notice of a male, blue body having been found at the beach. They're onto him! He has to disappear!
  • Lazy Game Reviews provides ominous narration of PBG's fate, while the latter hops and runs around, laughing like a lunatic.
  • This part.
    "Welcome Poopsville. POOSVILLE (ville,ville,ville). Take a stoll though the pride of Poosville, this long pointless stretch of land in the top left corner. POOSVILLE (ville,ville,ville). Only the finest garbage available, free of charge, to all residences of Poopsville. MMMM-POOPSVILLE (ville,ville,ville). Go out for night on the town, meet new friends, Poopsville has a population of approximately, 5, villagers. POOPSVILLE. One store, and one store only for all your daily essential needs, like, umbrella, and, a paper. POOPVILLLLLLLLLE, (groan sound)".

     Goodwill Games # 4 
  • PBG's dogs, Asura and Luca, got into his bank account (again) and purchased a sack of gold as well as a hot dog costume and a hamburger costume respectively. PBG is naturally appalled, but the dogs are unfazed by his anger.
  • When PBG plays Arthur's Thinking Games, despite apparently having watched every episode of the show at least five times in his childhood, PBG can't remember Prunella's name, so he calls her "Harrietta".
    • As PBG introduces the game, the title screen freezes with a looping percussive section of the music.
  • When PBG plays Mr. Ratburn's quiz, he finds that Muffy hasn't gotten one answer right. One example would be, when she's asked what shape has three corners, her answer is "line".
    PBG: Line? A line?! You're lucky your family earns 95% of the income in Elwood City, because you're not getting too far in life with your intellect, clearly.
  • The audio for the game, in general, does not work properly. Sometimes characters interrupt each other, sometimes lines get cut off, and sometimes things like this happen:
    Ratburn: (clears throat) What—at all?
    PBG: Um... WHAT??
  • Another of Mr. Ratburn's questions is what kind of person works with money for a living. Muffy, of all characters, answers "A fireman". Cue "My Heart Will Go On".
  • When PBG avoids talking to Brutalmoose by going back to the game, it cuts to Arthur dancing in front of a sign that says "Prepare for death".

     Arthur Games 
  • "Okay, you are a butt."
  • SAID-MOM...
  • While playing Arthur's Computer Adventure (a Living Books title), Arthur mentions finding "the thing". PBG thinks he's referring to "The Thing".
  • At the end of Arthur's Computer Adventure, Jane punishes Arthur for disobeying her by telling him not to play computer games for a week. Upon hearing this, PBG decides to play Arthur! Ready to Race for the PS1, because the PS1 is not a computer.
  • This exchange after PBG completes the first race in Ready to Race:
    Brain: I have misgivings about the car's structural integrity.
    PBG: Uh, that would have been nice to know before I rolled down that entire course! Let's try working on our communication skills, okay, Brain? Thanks!
  • The Lame Pun Reactions to the man in the joke shop in Ready to Race.
  • PBG does some commentary on some "A Word From Us Kids" segments from the TV show, which includes a reappearance by Mr. Smiley and PBG's bewilderment over a kid who thought basketballs were oranges.
  • As a Call-Back to a joke used earlier in the video, PBG tries to play the last game, Arthur's Camping Adventure without being noticed, only for Jane to (very loudly) scold him.
  • This exchange from Camping Adventure:
    Mr. Ratburn: I seem to have twisted my ankle.
    PBG: So we set up a tent for him to rest a while, and leave him with D.W..
    D.W. Don't worry, Mr. Ratburn, I'll take care of you.
    (D.W. and Mr. Ratburn walk into the tent. The camera zooms in on it as Mr. Ratburn screams in pain as D.W. slashes at him.)
    D.W.: Whoops, sorry.
  • From the same game, PGB questioning the logic of using a log to cross the river when the water is shallow enough for Arthur to walk through. He absolutely loses it when Arthur is standing right next to the other side of the river, but runs away from it.
  • Also from the same game, during the page of hedgehog facts:
    Arthur: A hedgehog is a small, noisy animal with hair that grows in stiff, spiky spines, if it is in danger, a hedgehog...
    (The picture of the hedgehog is replaced with a picture of PBG's head photoshopped on Sonic's body.)
    PBG: ...goes fast!
    (The camera shakes and zooms in on the picture as a sped-up version of the Sonic Heroes theme song plays.)
  • PBG listens to the ranger's scary story at the end of Arthur's Camping Adventure while getting increasingly frightened and rocking back and forth in a Troubled Fetal Position while wrapped in a blanket until the ranger explains that the monster in the story will eat anything except peanut butter, upon which all concern disappears from Peanut Butter Gamer.
  • At the end, PBG begins feeling like his videos are terrible, upon which he gets visited by Arthur himself. Arthur tells PBG that he needs to use his imagination:
    PBG: Wait, imagination? What do you mean?
    Arthur: You just close your eyes and pretend, and you can see cool videos!
    PBG: Huh...well, it's worth a try! (cut to him standing up and shutting his eyes) Imagination...imagination...unghhhhhhhh!
    (suddenly all of PBG's videos are replaced by episodes of Arthur (and a Chadtronic video); cut to PBG giving a thumbs-up while a loud horn noise plays)

    Princess Maker 2 
  • The entire intro. PBG says that he has had a baby, then goes on to describe something that is obviously not true. He explains that some god guy gave him a daughter of the heavens.
  • His chosen Surname: Peeboo? Okay, great! And his daughter is called... Peeboona! Perfect.
  • When his daughter says that she'll give birth to babies easily because she has a 'big bottom', PBG awkwardly leaves.
    PBG: Uh... go ask your non-existent mother about that...
  • PBG's horrible parenting skills.
  • Upon completing the game, he dramatically falls to the ground and wails at his parenting skills being questioned by the gods and his daughter. And then shrugs his shoulders.
    PBG: Whatever. *leaves to put on his beanie and 'deadbeat dad' clothes again*

    Tri Force Heroes 

  • PBG opens up the video and mentions that Tri Force Heroes has come out around Zelda Month recently, so it's a prime opportunity to talk about it. And then jokes about how weird it would be to have a Zelda game come out around that time, but he never ends up talking about... and slides an image of The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds up.
  • Mentions that the game can be played with two friends, each taking control of one of the Links, or played solo; in which case the player gains two soulless dopplegangers that he can control when needed. He then cuts to himself playing the game and turning around, seeing two soulless Double-PBGs behind him with black holes for eyes and mouth.
  • PBG loved playing the game with friends, specifically Jared and Jirard. And shows him picking up their Links and throwing them off the cliffs for no reason but giggles.
    • He points out that solid teamwork is really important for some of the boss fights. Which Team TheProPeanutButterPletionist sorely lacks. And shows PBG getting them all killed by throwing an almost-exploding bomb to Jirard.
      Jirard: He gave me a bomb just as it was about to explode.
      PBG: I was panicking...
    • Insists that he never managed to get the Rare Material chest when completing stages. Jirard did. Every time.
    • The names they are using. Jirard is 'Beardman' and PBG is 'PeenBG'.
  • His favorite emoticon to use is the cheerleading pom-pom one. And then re-enacts it, with jittery framerate included.
  • PBG talks about how cute the costumes to craft are, and he's not kidding. Even the ones that are supposed to look tough, like the Goron Garb, look adorable.
    PBG: (baby-talking) Awwww, you're so big and stwong, aren't you? Yes, so big and stwong; yes, you are.

    Pajama Sam 
  • The Call-Back to the "Just click on anything!" gag from his first Putt-Putt video. PBG steps outside and cautiously taps an electrical box outside of his house. Nothing happens. "Oh wow, I thought it was going to blow up like last time! Whaddya know?" PBG proceeds to merrily tap it repeatedly. Then the box explodes anyway.
  • This exchange when PBG clicks on the Old Root:
    Old Root: Back in my day, we had Pong. Now there was a video game.
    (PBG clicks on the old root again.)
    Old Root: Back in my day, they didn't even have video games.
    PBG: Well did you have video games back in your day, or didn't you? You can't just contradict yourself like that! Come an'! You're making me very confused!
  • PBG developing a grudge against the trees, especially the blue one that gives Sam her rope.
    "Sorry, blue tree lady. I may have lost your rope, but I do have this great piece of wood you can have instea..." (Beat) "Oh, wait... you are a tree, and trees are made of wood, and this wood is made of wood. I guess that would be kind of like her offering me a piece of human flesh, huh? Oh, well. I guess I don't really care because as has already been established, I don't like you! Or your kind! I'm taking the wood, and you're lucky I don't chop you down instead! Consider that my act of kindness for the day!"
    • In a later scene, he goes outside and attacks a tree with a branch.
  • PBG poking fun at the rather low-key conversations Sam has with Otto the boat upon first meeting.
    Sam: Nice weather we're having, huh?
    Otto: Um, yeah.
    (Beat; which is followed by applause)
    PBG: (in an announcer voice) That's all for today's episode of Sam & Otto! Before we go, here's a preview of next week's episode:
    Sam: I like cheese.
    Otto: Hey, who doesn't?
  • The game freezing when PBG clicks on a shelf in Dark's lair.
    "Trying to catch that Darkness guy, but the game is frozen and I wanna die!"
  • The video's ending, which leaves PBG himself laughing.

     The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review 
  • Throughout the video, PBG frequently tries to get back into playing the game; having to be dragged away from the game itself in order to actually do the review and at one point revealing that he actually has the Switch (in handheld mode) in his lap off-screen.
  • PBG disregarding the objectives given to him in order to make his own decisions...only to run right off a cliff and die.
    (Game Over jingle plays) DEAD
  • PBG drops down with his glider towards an NPC being attacked by an enemy...only for one of the enemy's swings to catch Link before he can land, resulting in Link falling to his death at the bottom of a canyon.
  • Knowing that Breath of the Wild is called by many to be Zelda meets Skyrim, PBG attempt to give Breath of the Wild the "ultimate test'' to see how well such comparisons hold up by attempting to ride his horse up a nearly 90 degree angle. The horse slides right back down. "Nope!"
  • After PBG shows off the shield-surfing mechanic, he attempts to do so again without making sure that the Guardian Shield he is using isn't badly damaged. The shield breaks, and the camera zooms into Link's Oh, Crap! expression and subsequent wipe-out to the tune of CRAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWLLLING IIIIIIIIIIINNNN MY SKIIIIIIIIIIIIIINNNNNNN.
  • Dick the Horse.
    What? It's short for Richard! Come on, grow up people!
  • PBG calling the Dubious Food "Naked Food" thanks to the pixelation over it.
  • The entire 50 Funny Ways to Die video, especially the quadruple death at the end.

     Top 10 BEST/WORST Nintendo Wii Games! 
  • BEST:
    • PBG "forgetting" about the Wii U.
    • PBG predicting the nasty comments he'll get for citing We Ski & Snowboard.
      PBG: (as a commentator) So you're telling me We Ski and Snowboard made the list over (deadpan) Insert game that is whatever you like here?
      (Translation: Stupid game that is dumb and bad (And not as good as We Ski & Snowboard))
    • PBG mimicking his celebrating Mii after completing a mission to transport a medical herb in We Ski & Snowboard.
      Wow! I did it! I delivered the medical herb! You know it had to have been important because they got some random dingus to deliver it instead of a medical helicopter! Heh, good job, me!
    • PBG goes "missing" halfway through the video, complete with faux news report. He is found hiding in his attic playing Harvest Moon Animal Parade.
      PBG: (voiceover; as a news reporter) Breaking News: Local YouTuber PeanutButterGamer Gone Missing. Tens and tens of people have expressed their worry across the internet."
      p-b0omb: Where is PBG? I'm beginning to worry.
      Nutella and Bread: Where's the new video? D:
      Anonymous: I unsubbed from you. Also, you're lazy as s*** and probably never worked a real job to begin with.
      PBG: "They also said some other things, but that's not important. We currently have no answers, but one thing is sure: I don't care at all and I really hate my job. Thank you."
      YouTube to roll out new change: Recommended videos to be replaced with random anime images
      Subscribers? Do you really need them? Recent studies say "maybe"
      Prominent YouTuber says a thing. Outrage ensues
      ProJared - Sexiest man alive?
    • As he introduces Fortune Street, PBG comments how much he'd like to play the games with his friends, but "they're all trapped inside the computer", so PBG decides to pretend they're there.
      PBG: (monotone; to a computer playing videos of Jeff, ProJared, the Continue? crew, Chadtronic, Satchell Drake (of Satchbag's Goods), and Sarah of Pushing Up Roses) Hey everybody...can you hear me? (knocks on computer monitor) Can you hear me? Hey! HEY!!
      Final Slimeball RPG: The Game #3''
    • PBG "playing" the Skydiving game in Wii Sports Resort.
      • And also PBG crashing his airplane in the Airsports minigame.
      PBG: (cuts off his engine) Uh oh, that's not good. (plane plummets to the ground) AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH NO WE'RE GOING DOW-
      (tutorial message about sightseeing spots appears, interrupting the game)
      PBG: Oh...I guess we're good. (leaves the message and immediately resumes screaming.)
    • PBG throwing in a grammatical error he wrote in his script.
  • WORST:

     Goodwill Games # 5 
  • Along with the games, PBG also managed to get a teacup at the thrift store. A teacup with a hole in the bottom.
  • PBG consoling his Arthur plush after saying Elmo is one of his favorite childhood characters. He then kisses the plush and throws it against the window.
  • One of the things PBG heard about Hard Mode in Elmo's Adventure in Grouchland is that "if you die in Grouchland, you die for real."
  • PBG got something pretty awesome for only $2.99, something which all his viewers will be jealous of: 1000 hours of AOL dial-up internet.
  • His reaction to the ending of Sonic's Schoolhouse.
    Sonic: You're gonna come back soon, right?
    PBG: No. Probably never, actually.
  • And before that, we had his reaction to Sonic apparently being able to clone himself.
    PBG: There's two Sonases? Why is there two Sonases here? Why's there two Sonas? Sonas! SONAS!
  • One game featured is one he saw as a young child, but couldn't play because he didn't know how to read. Lucky for him, he learned to read just last week!
  • In Treasure Galaxy, he earned some star bucks from beating a challenge.
    PBG: (holding a cup of Starbucks) Yes!
    • He then burns his mouth drinking the real Starbucks.

    Arthur's Missing Pal 
  • As someone who has watched the TV series the movie is based on all his life, PBG points out that he grew up watching the first fifteen seasons, where the show had the traditional hand-drawn animation, but after Season 16, the show changed to a flash-based animation style. The movie, on the other hand, used neither style, and rather used a CGi style, which he calls "Creepy Baby-Faced Style" during a scene where Jane attempts to feed Kate.
  • At one point in the review, PBG actually dresses up like Arthur himself, complete with his ears, glasses, and yellow shirt.
    PBG: Don't you make me look a fool, Arthur Read! I mean it!
  • Any time Pal gets mistreated in the movie, PBG encourages users to #Pray4Pal.
  • PBG questioning Muffy's use of her camera when she first holds it selfie-style, then turns to face Binky without turning the camera into his direction.
  • The "Said Mom" Running Gag.
  • After Arthur realizes he forgot to walk Pal, PBG tells Arthur that isn't the only thing he forgot, and asks who even likes him. Cut to a clip where PBG says, "I fricking love Arthur!", then the present-day PBG saying, "Probably nobody important."
  • In the beginning of the second half of the review, PBG points out a kid in Arthur's class who looks like an anthropomorphic version of Pal, which brings up a question that he always has on why Pal is a non-anthropomorphic dog but Binky is an anthropomorphic bulldog.
  • PBG actually roots for Arthur not to find Pal, as not only has Arthur proven to be a terrible pet owner, but Pal is clearly way happier without him.
  • PBG gives so little of a crap about DW that when she starts cheering about winning some sort of contest while Arthur's parents realize Pal ran away, he pointedly pulls out and gestures towards a Stop sign. And then smacks himself in the head with it. Twice.
    • It gets even better when you learn that DW winning a contest is actually the film's subplot... ...and PBG only acknowledges it twice.
      • Not only that, but, as PBG fails to mention as a result, DW's subplot resolves the main plot, as she A) is the reason why Pal got outside, and B) is the one to ultimately find him.
  • When the movie jumps back and forth between scenes of Arthur and Buster doing detective work and scenes with Pal living out his freedom, at one point, Pal is surrounded by angry guard dogs. As Pal is being chased by then, PBG plays scenes from the "Footloose and Free" musical number.
    PBG: Sweet, sweet freedom. He gets chased by the dogs we just saw, almost gets run over by a lawn mower, runs around in an ice cream factory owned by a guy who has the best mop you could ever see. Hmm. Just look at that mop. I can't imagine looking at a better mop than that one.
  • When PBG plays the scene of Arthur's Jerkass Realization, he admits that he would have ended the movie at that scene if he directed it, as Pal is finally happy, Arthur's learned his lesson, and is very sad. He then brands Arthur as a terrible pet owner and the movie's villain for yelling at Pal, forgetting to feed him and let him out, leaving him out in the hot sun, dragging and choking him with a leash, and since the movie hints that Pal has worms, it is implied that Arthur is either feeding Pal food he shouldn't eatnote  or neglecting him.
  • The song PBG sings when Arthur and Pal reunite, with An Aesop for all dog owners.
    "Make sure if you have a dog, that you are not a bad guy,"
    (Points at Arthur with a caption that says, A BAD GUY.)
    "Make sure that you give him food, cause if you don't, he will die,
    Don't leave your dog in the sun or away he will run,
    Don't pull your dog with a leash, seriously."
  • Near the end of the video, PBG essentially begs his audience to let him review "Arthur's Perfect Christmas" come December.

     Super Mario Bros Super Show # 3 
  • PBG being dumbfounded at how the two episodes he happened to choose have Bowser using a freeze ray for no reason at all, believing all the writers did was mash together whatever sounded interesting.
    PBG: Alright, get this! I've got a new idea for a Mario cartoon! A Star Wars parody mixed with uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh...Frozen! Bowser can freeze Mario into a block of ice, we've never done anything like that before! It's perfect!
    PBG: Shut up Carl! You're fired!
    "Carl": Aw man...

     Top 10 BEST Mario Party Mini-Games 

  • Day at the Races from Mario Party 2! Then PBG switches to the view of someone watching his video, begging them to not close the window yet! PBG loves it because it's gambling and, well, he kinda likes gambling.
    PBG: I have a problem... don't let me into a casino unsupervised. I cannot be trusted.
  • The penguin-bobsleds have 'boomy holes'.
  • Mario Party 9 gives us Bumper Bubbles. He doesn't understand why people dislike the game, as he considers it to be a pretty fun one, despite using motion controls. And it's always fun to push one of the opponents into the spikey balls.
  • He loves Booksquirm, although he notes that the pages are incredibly heavy. Though why don't they just walk off the side of the books? Must be cheating.
  • PBG dons his penguin costume again because the next game is Pushy Penguines! Not really, he only put the costume on to justify spending $40 on it. The real next game is Fish Upon A Star. Clever name. Not so much in the translations, where it's 'The Island In Peril'.
    PBG: You're on a floating island, fighting it out to the death, punching each other off without a second thought, when all of a sudden... CHEEP CHEEPS!
  • Mario Party 10 is... a game? That exists? He loves Moving Mushrooms because it's one of the rare one-versus-three mini-games that isn't unbalanced.
    PBG: Man, that sure was fun. ... NOW GET BACK INTO YOUR CAR!! Wouldn't want you to have too much fun. That would be bad.
    • Also, he forgot to mention, but he locked the rest of the video behind an Amiibo Pay Wall. Gotta buy the Peeb Amiibonote . Only $12.99!
  • He had to pick from some Mario Party 4 mini-games because that one had a lot of good mini-games in it. Spoiler for the Worst Mini-Games list, not one game of Mario Party 4 ended up on it. But he went for Stamp Out.
    PBG: This is one of those games that starts off all fun and innocent, but derails into a scream-fest, where you loudly bargain with your friends to go bother someone else for a while, in the hopeless attempt to convince them that you are totally not in 1st place, although you obviously are.
    • He becomes annoyed when Wario steps into his colored space.
    PBG: Wait, what the heck, Wario? Get out! Get outta my corner! I thought we had something, Wario! You know what? I'm not in love with you anymore, Wario! It's over!
  • Lift Leapers is a platformer-based mini-game, which aren't that common in the games, despite the main series being one. Just don't play this mini-game against AI opponents... they're really, really, really bad at it. Including a montage of them failing at the simplest parts.
  • Face Lift from Mario Party 2! He actually planned to add something in where he'd put in a picture of his face that would get distorted like in the mini-game, but that isn't very funny.
  • PBG admits that his favorite mini-game Shell Shocked is based on nostalgia, but once he looked at it without the rose-tinted glasses, he noticed it hasn't aged well. Instead, he goes for Aces High, a jet-version of the game.
    PBG: Because, in the end, isn't shooting your friends out of the sky with a mounted gattling-gun, and killing them, what Mario Party is really about? Yes, it is.

    Top 10 WORST Mario Party Mini-games 

  • Mentioning the Mario Party Top 100 collection, PBG claims that it was... so good that we'll just not talk about it anymore. His anger about what a disappointment that game was has turned into sadness.
  • As he has frequently mentioned, Bumper Balls. He even quotes himself that "It's always a draw!", though he mentions that the Top 100 version altered the bounciness a bit... but only made the game worse by now having each round take around 5 seconds.
  • Tour? Said repeatedly during the microphone-minigame of Island Tour, where PBG jokingly says that plain screaming into the microphone will get him the full 50 points obtainable. It does.
    PBG: *stunned silence*
  • PBG rags on Mario Party 7 and its fans with an impression asking where their favorite minigame is.
    PBG: But hey, Mr. Peanut Butter Man, how could you forget my favorite minigame, Royal Rumpus.
  • Cointagious. It's a new, innovative Mario Party minigame... rolling dice.
  • The Mario Party 8 minigame, where the player flips a monkey. And that's it. Oh, and the monkey sometimes just slides down the bar at the end and creepily stares at the winning player.
  • Stating that Mario Party 1 and 2's crane-minigame is so unbalanced that if the player is one of those that can only wiggle around... he might as well just go take a bathroom break.
    PBG: Just take me! Just take me, Peach! I'm not even gonna try!
    Peach drops Luigi down the pipe, with a toilet flushing sound being played
  • The basketball-minigame Dunk Bros, where PBG complains that one can't make a shot, the opponents never miss a shot, and he'd much rather be playing the basketball-minigame from Mario Party 4 instead. Also, the song he sings.
    Pick up steam (Dribble Dribble Dribble)
    Make a scheme (Dribble Dribble Dribble)
    Shout and scream (Dribble Dribble Dribble)
    Support your team (Dribble Dribble Dribble Dribble)
    Shine like a beam and live the dream (Mario live your dream)
    Playing ball just like Hakeem (He's a guy that played basketball)
    These rhymes are getting a little obscene
    • He then ends the segment by showing himself dunking a ball, hanging from the basket and dropping.
  • PBG purposefully tripped during Piranha Pursuit a total of 5 times, with the highest AI setting, and still won it.
    PBG: It's impossible for the three players to win if the single player doesn't screw up, it's incredibly easy for the single player to not screw up, and what's even worse is that the single player can screw up MULTIPLE TIMES AND THE THREE PLAYERS WILL STILL LOSEALMOSTEVERYTIMEANYWAY!! I'm mad about it.
    • "Woohoo, pointlessly ground pounding for a minute straight! MY FAVORITE! HOT ZIGGITY!"
  • Coin Shower for being incredibly unfair to the not-single player. They barely get any coins, and if the single player falls off the flower, the game counts as a Miss and ends.
    PBG: Peach got 13 coins, you got NONE! ZERO!
  • DEATH RAAAAACE!! It's a race to the death! Four men and/or women and/or Yoshis and/or Squid-thingies, four lily pads and only one survivor! What really sells is that he actually plays exciting music while the minigame is playing, with all four members quietly drifting down a stream.
  • The worst minigame? M. P. I. Q. It either asks questions one cannot recall, or possibly know at that exact moment (how often has a certain map been played or how much the total of each player's current coins would be), or are flat out super simple. And it usually devolves into hitting A as fast as you can, in hopes of guessing right.

    Top 10 BEST Gamecube Games 

  • Like with the Top 10 Best/Worst Wii games video, he says that there will be no Mario, the Legend of Zelda, or Super Smash Bros game on the list. Also, no Animal Crossing, which he forgot to mention.
  • While talking about The Simpsons: Hit & Run, he mentions how he managed to get to watch The Simpsons show, despite it being a more adult-oriented comedy show. His mom walked in on him watching it, and asked if he was allowed to do so. His answer: I dunno.
    Successful Teenage Rebellion
  • The fun one can have when playing with the voiceclips in Soul Calibur II.
  • When Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door pops up, PBG points out how dark the game is, actually. The first thing seen is a noose!
    PBG: Can't think of that in any other Mario game... oh, wait. Super Mario World...
    Shows the first map area with a photoshopped noose in it
  • Coos over exploring a mansion, then getting mad that it isn't Luigi's Mansion. It's Eternal Darkness.
    PBG: *while punching a stack of books in the game* How dare you do this to me, books?! You will pay!
    • Talking about the sanity meter and Mind Screw the game puts the player through, including doing such things as making it seem like the volume was lowered or the savedata deleted, PBG begins to cut back and forth from the video to him recording... his video begins to stutter, get paused, played up again, and, finally, an appearance of the dreaded Smiley Man!
      PBG: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaargh!!
  • Chibi-Robo!, a palette-cleanser after the horror of the previous game. The mother reprimands Jenny for wearing a frog costume, despite already being 8 years old.
    PBG: (in a frog costume himself) You just don't understand the real me, mom!! *proceeds to run down a street in the costume, screaming*
  • Resident Evil 4! Since PBG already listed the game on his list of favorite games, in general, he already has footage recorded and will definitely not—
    PBG: And I just beat the game again. For the... 20th time... it was for, uh, work.
  • The Mario series meets Ghostbusters; it seems like an odd combination at first, but it's executed so well.

    Arthur Games # 2 
  • When PBG first plays Adventure Workshop 9th Edition Toddler Arthur's Preschool, Arthur tells him that the first thing he should do is sign in, and have someone help him if he needs it. Upon hearing this, PBG calls his Arthur plush for help, then has it type on the keyboard, resulting in his user name being KXKJMC KJMXCDJKUI J.
  • After being asked what his favorite color, birthday, and favorite animal are, PBG wonders if Arthur would ask what his parents' Social Security numbers are. He then compares himself to the kids on the "A Word From Us Kids" segments on the TV show, one of whom shows a map of his uncle's dog.
    PBG: Is this supposed to be the dog's insides? The right half is a golf club with a face on it, the left half is a curvy leg and a briefcase. That's how your dog works, kids. Now you know.
  • This exchange:
    Arthur: You should be a professional ladybug bridge builder!
    PBG: Arthur, that is the single worst advice anyone has ever given me in my life, but thank you anyway, I guess.
  • During a "A Word From Us Kids" segment, PBG writes a letter to D.W., satirizing the kids doing the same thing in the TV series episode, "So Long Spanky".
    PBG: I know how you feel. My pet ZigZam who I will mention was a Pokemon in my Alpha Sapphire Nuzlocke...he died.
  • When PBG plays the Living Books adaptation of Arthur's Birthday, he actually wants the party to be held at Muffy's house, because of Muffy's wealth. He cites her having a swimming pool with a fountain as a bathtub, bets she has a bouncy house as well, and berates Arthur for throwing a significantly inferior party.
  • When PBG plays Reading Roundup, he plays a Hangman-like mini-game wherein if he guesses wrong too many times, a pile of books fall on Buster. He deliberately fails to guess the letters that spell "Dew".
    Arthur: R-I-P.
  • In the same game, in the Spell-a-thon mini-game, as a Call-Back to his Goodwill Games #4 video, PBG hopes for Muffy to redeem herself and become the Spell-a-thon champion. Muffy doesn't win, but she at least scores one point, which is more than can be said for The Brain.

     Super Mario Party + Top 10 Mini Games 

  • He starts the video off with him playing his cousin, according to the post-it note attached to his shirt, asking PBG if he wants to play 'Mahriow Pawtty'. The post-it-note-Age-8 PBG says no, then changes his opinion after 10 seconds of playing. And then adds his opinion for the following Mario Party games.
    PBG: It's not dumb! I love this! (MP) Whow, it's even better now! (MP 2) I'm still into this, and I would like to see more, please. (MP 3) Okay, yeah, sure, let's do it! (MP 4) I'm a little tired of the capsules, but alright. I'm still happy. I'm still with ya. (MP 5) *vigorously shaking the Wiimote* (MP 8) I don't like the car, don't bring the car back. (MP 9) They brought it back! Are you serious? They brought... they actually brought it back! Why would you do this? (MP 10)
  • Admitting his surprise and joy at Super Mario Party actually being a good Mario Party game. He even shouts out of his window that there's a new Mario Party game that's actually decent!
    PBG: The day has finally come! I don't even know what to do with myself! ...I guess I could play it. Yeah, I'll just keep playing. Sorry!
  • But let's get to the part for why viewers are really here for! In-depth analysis and review! Cue screaming.
  • PBG mentions the plot of the game... WHO CARES?
  • Talking about the various modes and things that can be done, PBG says the best part is STICKERS! Collecting stickers and making funny images with them. Like having Bowser fighting a bunch of Koopas in an arena, while he's being cheered on by his children. Or his personal favorite: Goomba stir-fry!
  • His Top 10 minigames in Super Mario Party
    • At #4, Candy Shakedown. The player needs to use motion control to shake the candy out of the jar, and it's better than some other minigame like it (Flip the Chimp, from his Top 10 Worst Mario Party Minigames list) because it does motion control well.
    • #2, Sizzling Stakes. It uses motion controls and the HD Rumble feature to cook a steak, though he admits that the minigames using the HD Rumble feature are hit-and-miss for him. But it's annoying how everyone takes so long to catch up to him because he's too good at it! Well, might as well make himself another Goomba skillet.
      PBG: Is it still considered vegan if the mushrooms are alive?
    • His favorite minigame is Slaparazzi! Get in front of the camera through any means necessary. He doesn't condone violence, especially against princesses, but... Peach started it!

    Arthur's Perfect Christmas 
  • PBG considers Arthur's Perfect Christmas the best Christmas movie ever, better than It's a Wonderful Life, A Christmas Story, and even the story of the birth of Jesus himself.
  • Out of fear of getting a copyright claim from YouTube for playing the opening song, PBG instead shows footage of him singing "Stuffing a mile high, 17 types of pie, do you want some more? Yes, Ma'am!" in the shower.
  • PBG's jealousy of Andy, the kid who starred in the "Arthur's New Friend" personalized video.
  • When Arthur tells Jane to change the radio station so that he doesn't have to listen to the Tina the Talking Tabby song, Jane changes it to PBG singing the opening song before turning the radio off.
  • PBG singing the Tina the Talking Tabby song.
    PBG: This video is sponsored by Tina the Talking Tabby.
    (The coin sound effect from Super Mario World is used as PBG continues singing.)
  • This exchange:
    Jane: Santa can't always get exactly the thing you want.
    D.W. Because I've been bad?
    PBG: Yes.
  • PBG describes the character of Uncle Fred as "A clumsy, middle-aged guy who breaks everything, lives by himself with his annoying but lovable dog, and apparently sends unrequested videos to his family members, A.K.A. an accurate representation of myself in 15 to 20 years".
  • When D.W. gets upset over not getting Tina for Christmas, PBG blames Jane for waiting until December 22 to do her Christmas shopping, saying that not even Arnold Schwarzenegger could pull that off. As a Call-Back to his "Arthur Games" video, when Jane tells him, "No computer games for a week" (said Mom), PBG tells her that as an adult, he doesn't have to listen to her anymore, and he's going to play Arthur's Camping Adventure all night out of spite.

     Harvest Moon: Magical Melody 
  • The video opens with PBG referring to the last Harvest Moon video he made on YouTube, A Wonderful Life. He leaves his house.
    PBG: My character is dead! And I can't play anymore!
  • Actually talking about Magical Melody is part of his work. He then cuts to himself slouching on the couch with a controller in his hand and a huge pizza on his lap. His phone rings and he answers it, saying to not bother him at wooooooork!
  • PBG says that Jamie is so over the top with their dislike for the player character that it's funny.
    Jamie: (inside the Moonlight Mine) With your strength, you'll just end up pooping out on the way.
  • Talking about the notes, PBG says that several of them kinda make sense to get. Getting a note for milking your cows a number of times or doing some really weird stuff. Alex gives him an herb, which PBG goes behind his house to light up — Weed Note! note 
  • It wouldn't be a Harvest Moon game without its glitches and typos.
  • Making a Call-Back to a much older Harvest Moon video of his, he remembers having animals that required taking care of and feeding... RIP Medli the chicken #2.
  • He strikes up a very high relationship with the doctor. Cue a lovesong to the tune of Magical Melody.
    I have to say (Not Blue or Ray)
    Cut the foreplay (Doc, my hombre)
    Please be my bae (It'd make my day)
    But you can't gay (It's Natsume)
  • But he doesn't find any of the potential love interests very enticing, so he's just going to marry Jamie. At least she doesn't talk much. He goes to propose to Jamie.
    Jamie: ...Idiot.
    PBG: ...good enough for me!
    • He then acts confused when cutscenes play that make it sound like his character isn't there anymore. Turns out that marrying Jamie causes the game to end, with no chance of continuing to play.
      PBG: Why does that sound familiar? Who even likes Harvest Moon, anyways? *gets up and leaves*

     Goodwill Games # 7 
  • PBG's song when he starts playing Let's Explore the Airport with Buzzy the Knowledge Bug.
    Maybe we'll go to the airport and have some fun,
    Maybe we'll go the airport, come on, everyone,
    Maybe we'll go to the airport, except maybe not,
    Because the airport sucks!
  • One of the things that can be clicked on in the game is the "Days With No Accidents" sign in the baggage handling system, which has the number change when clicked. This comes back to bite PBG when he plays the "Find It" mini-game, which wants him to find the sign, but will only accept it if the number is at 000.
  • PBG enjoying the Humongous Entertainment-style humor present in the game, such as the car rental clerk referencing Putt-Putt (recommending a purple convertible that can take you to the moon), a car trunk that has dancing boxer shorts, a goldfish, and Rupees inside (PBG puts a caption that says, "Okay, well, not exactly Rupees" over the last one), and the Lost and Found clerk pulling out an anchor.
  • PBG's "Adventures on The Oregon Trail" story from Storybook Weaver Deluxe that is filled with Ass Pulls, hilariously cruel moments, and PBG’s really bored sounding narration.
  • When PBG gets to McDonaldLand Silly Games, he finds out there is a coupon for a free Happy Meal inside the box. When he finds the coupon, he finds out that it expired on December 31st, 1998.
  • This exchange when PBG starts up the game:
    PBG: Wow! The Happy Meal Workshop! What an honor to see the famous McDonald goop being made in person!
    Ronald: Hey!
  • Just afterwards, when the rest of the McDonaldLand Gang is introduced:
    PBG: The man, the myth, the legend himself, Ronald Friggin' McDonald! This is just the... most disturbing thing I've seen in a while, honestly. I'm getting some serious Five Nights at Freddy's vibes from Birdie over here.
  • PBG referring to Grimace and Hamburglar as "Rimmace" and "Hamburgle" when he plays the "Jump 'N' Slide" mini-game.
  • PBG saying that the best part of the game is the various soundbytes of Ronald in the menus and his long monologues in the Help section, which he feels would make great fodder for YouTube Poop. He decides to end the video with this line from Ronald:
    Ronald: Hey... Hamburglar... makes... me... hard! Anyway...
    PBG: Uh, Ronald, don't you think that's a little riskay for McDonaldLand?
    Ronald: Back... off!

    HACKING Wii Sports Resort! 
  • There are multiple hacks that replace the ball or whatever your Mii is using with your Mii's head, leading to hilarious moments such as six Miis playing basketball with PBG's own head (including PBG's now headless Mii) or shooting his own head at a target in archery.
  • The hilariously terrifying transformations of PBG and the dog in the Frisbee game and the Wii blimp becoming too big and consuming Wuhu Island.
  • One bike hack enables PBG to outright fly around the island on his bike. Cue a song as he flies completely out of bounds:
    I can fly, don't fall or you'll die
    I can fly by the power of a bike

    Distant island
    I swear that I will land
    I can fly to Thailand
    Until I'm Nintendo banned!
  • Eventually, PBG runs out of ideas and decides to drop himself into the lava in the Wuhu volcano via his flying bike. However, he simply lands on top of the lava without harm because such a situation was never programmed into the game. Cue PBG Corpsing as he bikes on top of the lava.
  • PBG calling Ping Pong "Ping Cup!"
  • Peeb's commentary during the bowling corruptions with the apparently non-existent co-commentator Jim who does turn out to exist after all, and it's none other than Jim Caddick.
    "Nobody likes bowling!"
  • Most of the basketball corruptions, with some highlights being:
    • Jeff making a basket so quickly that the game can't keep up and crashes.
    • Anna breaking the rim (and the game) with a three pointer.
    • PBG slam-dunking his own head through the hoop.
    • The basketball goal lying flat on the field in a mangled-up mess...yet sending the ball through the hoop as the goal lies there still registers points.
    • PBG's Mii flying up into the sky out-of-bounds and inexplicably disappearing from the entire game upon landing, causing the game to crash when a new round starts.

     Princess Maker 3 
  • He opens up the video with flashbacks of the previous video in the series, complete with him 'leaving the kingdom in shame' and showing himself falling unconscious in snow, only to wake up in a grassy area with a start.
  • PBG mentions that the Steam version of the game doesn't include an intro, but he knows there is one. But he can't find a translated version of it, so he gives his own interpretation. Complete with lip-flaps added onto the daughter.
    Once upon a time there was a place. In that place, there was a lady who said some stuff in Japanese language. That lady was the Fairy Queen, I'm presuming. That Fairy Queen had lots of fairy... queen... little ones, and they... one of them said one day to the Fairy Queen, "Hey, I wanna be a human person today, okay?"
    "No, you can't, it's not a very good idea, because, uh-"
    "But I wanna go! It's what I always dreamed of doing! Can I go, moooom? I'M GONNA SCREAM UNTIL YOU LET ME GO! AAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH-"
    "Alright, fine, [sic] got dang! Just get outta here, just go. I found this guy I know, okay, I don't really know him. I just saw him laying there, not really doing anything, so... just go live with him for, like, 8 years."
    The End. I mean, The Beginning. Starting now. Let's go.
  • Gotta give the daughter a name for the human world, and PBG doesn't want her to get picked on, so he has to pick a good one: Pebooner! And last name is Peeboo, again.
  • He gets to pick his occupation, and goes for 'juggler clown' (Wandering Performer), which is what he goes with.
    PBG: *while juggling three balls* Hey, it's a valid occupation, I don't wanna hear any criticisims! Don't mock my art!
  • PBG gets referred to as the 'clown of genesis' by the Fairy Queen.
  • Getting into the game proper, the fairy companion tells PBG that his daughter is in a great mood today — and immediately shows her frowning, pouting, and with crossed arms. According to the internet, her initial mood depends on the father's occupation, so she doesn't seem to like his being a juggler.
    PBG: Uh, do you know what happens to little girls that don't appreciate the family business? EXECUTE!! note 
  • Talking about the classes, the game tells him that learning to cook will have her became a homely type of girl.
    PBG: I'm not positive that's the best word to use for the English translation, but, um... it's whatever.
  • The Diet Center: Well, it's like a diet class.
  • PBG tried with his previous daughter to let her do whatever she wanted, but that didn't work out so well. This time around, he's gonna be The Cool Dad. And returns, wearing glasses.
    PBG: I'm... I'm back. Got my Dad glasses. I was gonna put on something cooler, but I'm already cool just the way I am.
  • Pebooner asks PBG to let her go to a martial arts school. PBG flashes back to the tragedy that was his previous daughter being mocked at the tournament during the Harvest Festival.
    PBG: PEBOONA!! ...not that, sweety. Anything but that.
  • Talks about how creepy the dance class instructor is, a little too familiar with Pebooner, and eventually coming to visit her while her father isn't around.
    PBG: Sir, please stop winking at my daughter... she is 12.
  • PBG doesn't make much money as a juggling clown, and dislikes Uzu giving him thinly-veiled praise when he gets paid.
    PBG: Would you get that little smirk off your face? I may be a professional fool, but I know when I'm being made fun of! How dare you mock the ancient art of juggling?
  • He mentions a joke he did previously of having his daugther working in the mines, which is actually a possibility in Princess Maker 3!
  • Just as he begins to narrate her growing up, he interrupts himself with a burp.
  • Oh&shy God, it's hard to dance...
  • He mentions how difficult he finds making money in this game compared to the previous one, so all they can do is work, work, work! And then he manages to make 1404 G in total.
    PBG: Hahahahaha! Just look at all that money! I mean, this is all for you, dear~, hand it over.
  • His daughter ends up sick from overworking, and PBG learns that he can't just be The Cool Dad. He has to spoil her! That is the lesson to learn here.
    PBG: You want that teddy bear? It's yours. You want some time off? No problem! And since we finally have a decent amount of money after the first few years, we can even go on some vacations!
  • Pebooner getting fired from working at the mines because she's 'too cute'.
  • The second thing he learns about being a parent is that, sometimes, your daughter will talk to you about her butt.
    Well, would someone like a girl with big butts?
    PBG: That's probably my least favorite part about being a parent.
  • Eight years have passed, and it's time to see how Pebooner has grown up. PBG gets a blurry screen and needs to put two pair of glasses on, and wipe the screen, before it comes into sharper view.
    I, I think I'm in love with you, father!
    You're marrying you're daughter? Good job!
    PBG: Well, I'm out! *dives into snow*

    Goodwill Games # 8 
  • When PBG begins playing SpongeBob SquarePants Typing, he notes that most of the characters in the game are voiced by their original actors, except for Mr. Krabs. He then makes a joke about "Imitation Krabs", resulting in his audience booing him.
    PBG: Hey, if you don't like my jokes, then...
    SpongeBob: F U!
  • When PBG decides to play the Typing Tournament mode, this line occurs:
    PBG: All right, I don't know about you guys, but I'm so excited to type with SpongeBob! Let's do it!
    [Cut to PBG unenthusiastically typing to the tune of "Yankee Doodle", with his audience cheering as he finishes.]
    PBG (singing): SpongeBob Typing, keep it up, SpongeBob Typing Dancing, SpongeBob Typing, keep it up, and then we'll do financing!
    (The cover art for "SpongeBob SquarePants Learns Financing" is shown.)
  • When PBG plays the "Glove World 500" mini-game, he deliberately types poorly, resulting in SpongeBob crashing a boatmobile into the Krusty Krab.
  • PBG's "Toad's Revenge" movie, featuring Toad going on a killing spree after being kicked out of the Mushroom Kingdom, Princess Peach being voiced by a clearly male actor, and random Tinky Winky cameos.

     Arthur Games # 3 
  • The product placement for the Arthur "Fist Meme" vinyl figure by YouTooz, the video's sponsor.
  • When PBG installs Arthur's Kindergarten, he has to choose what his age is, between "12 years of age or younger", "13 years of age or older", or "Adult installing for a child". He was inclined to select the third option, but selected the second because he was installing it for himself, not a child.
    "I'm a big kid! I install my own games!"
  • When PBG first plays Arthur's Kindergarten, the user name he chooses is "Andy".
    "If I can't beat Andy, I'm gonna join him!"
    • Later on in the video during the Arthur's Sand Castle Contest segment, if one looks closely they can see that the castle's name is: "F U ANDY".
  • This exchange when PBG plays Buster's mini-game:
    Buster: I have to find a box of nuts.
    PBG: Okay, let's help Buster find his nuts!
    (DEMONETIZED appears onscreen.)
  • This line from Jane when PBG finishes the mini-game:
    "Oh, wasn't that nice of Mrs. Maplewood?" Said Mom.
  • During one part where PBG has to find D.W., he gets increasingly frustrated over how unnecessarily long the instructions are:
    Arthur: I'll give you directions-
    PBG: Alright.
    Arthur: -by telling you up, down-
    PBG: I got you.
    Arthur: -left or right.
    PBG: I'm ready.
    Arthur: See the four arrow keys-
    PBG: Just go ahead.
    Arthur: -on your keyboard? When I say up, down, left, or right, press the one I tell you-
    PBG: OK, OK!
    Arthur: -and before you know it, we'll find-
    PBG: OK!
    Arthur: -D.W! Now, let's-
    PBG: OK!
    Arthur: -go find D.W!
    PBG: OK!!
    Arthur: Click on a building and I'll tell-
    PBG: OK!!!
  • This exchange after PBG finds D.W. in a mini-game:
    D.W.: How would you like it if no one picked you?
    PBG: And how would you like it if I buried you alive? Because as soon as I'm done building this stupid treehouse, that's exactly what I'm gonna do!
    (Cut to D.W. screaming as Arthur buries her in the sand.)
  • When PBG plays the Living Books adaptation of D.W. the Picky Eater, he says that "Said Mother" doesn't hold a candle to "Said Mom".
    "Very very disappointing Living book so far. Cannot recommend."
  • At the end of the story, when Richard the waiter reveals the recipe for Little Bo Peep Pot Pie, PBG plays a clip of D.W. throwing a tantrum, and edits it so that D.W. Says, "I.... like to eat... SPINACH!"
  • PBG calling the Mole Squirting mini-game a "Gopher Murder Simulator".
  • PBG's story from the Storybook Maker mini-game.
    My favorite food is burgers and fries.
    I cannot wait till Arthur dies.
  • PBG's reaction to Kate's squeal in Arthur's Sand Castle Contest:
    "That is possibly the best and/or worst baby sound effect I have ever heard."
  • PBG ends the video by having him say goodbye to Arthur, who wanders into the street and gets hit by a car. It's implied that D.W. had something to do with it.

    Goodwill Games # 9 
  • At the beginning of the video, PBG announces that he's selling very valuable things to his viewers that he found at the thrift store. The first item he tries to sell is a Little Tikes xylophone, which he tries to pass off as a one-of-a-kind grand piano. He then tries to sell the Sockmaster.
    PBG: Now you can put on your socks, but instead with a stick!
  • When PBG plays Backyard Soccer 2004, he chooses to play as Pete Wheeler, leading to this exchange:
    PBG: Pete has to score or we lose! Oh God, no!
    (Pete kicks the ball and the goalie catches it.)
    Pete: Uh, was that good?
    PBG: No, Pete. It was not.
  • When PBG Plays Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader??, he refers to Edward as "Ard", due to the first half of his name being obscured by Logan's head.
  • In the same game, this exchange occurs when PBG runs out of lifelines:
    PBG: Look, if I'm gonna sit here and be patronized by small children, they'd better at least now what they're talking about.
    Edward: Come on, just think about it, and you'll do it!
    PBG: "Just think about it, and you'll do it"? What the heck does that even mean? What kind of advice is that? You're not helping, Ard! If anything, you're distracting me with that frickin' creepy stare!
  • During the game's final question, "What is the first name of former U.S. President Monroe?", PBG has Muffy Crosswire answer "Line".
  • PBG Begins his review of Jay Jay the Jet Plane: Sky Heroes to the Rescue by photoshopping his head over Jay Jay's in the TV series' opening credits.
  • PBG questioning the game's logic of needing to collect "tree food", since as The Magic School Bus taught him, plants make their own food with their leaves through a process known as photosynthesis.
  • This exchange when PBG plays a phonics game with Savannah:
    Jay Jay: Click on the letters that sound like "FFFF".
    PBG: Um, what was that?
    Jay Jay: "FFFF".
    PBG: Could you repeat that one more time?
    Jay Jay: "FFFF"... (Bleep, then gasp)
  • Just afterwards, PBG criticizes the game's lack of difficulty in its challenges, thinking the game think he's a little kid. He then says he doesn't know what would give them that impression as he highlights a sentence saying that the Jay Jay TV show is aimed at two to seven year old children.
  • This exchange when PBG plays a color game with Revvin' Evan:
    Big Jake: I'm glad you're here, Evan.
    Revvin' Evan: I... soiled... myself, Big Jake.
  • This exchange when PBG completes a spelling game:
    Jay Jay: You're an alphabet expert!
    PBG: Why thank you, small plane child. I am 30 years old.

     Disturbing McDonald's Games 
  • When PBG plays the Australian-exclusive Mission to McDonaldLand, he mimicks the game's Limited Animation of Astor flying away in his spaceship.
  • When Astor crash-lands on McDonaldLand after crashing into Rex, the first dinosaur in space (It Makes Just As Much Sense In Context), this line occurs:
    Hamburglar: Holy Sh-(dolphin chirp)!
  • PBG Calling Astor's Spaceship "Ass Store Stor's Spaceship".
  • PBG pointing out that one of the images on the calendar involves a man being impaled next to a guillotine.
    PBG: This game is brought to you by McDonald's corporation.
  • The horrendous rendition of the Jurassic Park theme song being played when PBG visits Dinosaur Island.
  • PBG's reaction to a mini-game where Astor helps Santa Claus deliver presents.
    PBG: This is possibly the worst game I've ever played.
  • When PBG decides to play McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure, he doesn't have an official copy of the game, and every copy he finds is very expensive, one in particular being a factory sealed one costing $399.95, except for Chinese bootleg copies that cost $9.99. Since one of those copies wouldn't have arrived in time for the video, he decides to play the game for free on his computer. He turns it on, and the "SEGA!" soundbyte plays.
  • PBG branding Ronald as a murderer for using his magic dust to kill his enemies.
  • PBG's copy of McDonaldland T-Shirt Fun is damaged and as a result, suffers from repetitive audio glitches, notably when one of the Fry Kids tries to say "I bet you look great in a tank top!". This is followed by PBG saying, "Wait, isn't this a kid's game?" and the FBI busts in on Ronald's house from The Wacky Adventures Of Ronald Mc Donald.
  • Immediately afterwards, Ronald struggles to say "Fantastic!", making it sound like he's saying "Fanta!", which PBG edits into a Fanta commercial.
  • PBG mistenterpreting the "Find a Card!" mini-game as "Bind a Car!" in McDonaldLand Card Game Party.
  • After losing to Hamburglar in a game of Crazy 8's in the same game, PBG decides to play a game of War, where Ronald explains to the the player that the goal of the game is to steal all your enemies' possessions. PBG tells the viewers that Ronald just taught children how wars works, then Ronald clarifies that it's not an all-out war, since there are some rules in the game, and Birdie, CosMc and Grimace aren't really your enemies. PBG then shows a cutaway where he is actually at war with Birdie, CosMc and Grimace. The game unfortunately crashes before PBG can win against CosMc.

The G-Files:

  • From his G-Files: Minecraft video, "PONIES!"
    • "I'm Fluttershy, guys!"
  • Or this gem from his friend Kyrak:
    You gotta think this stuff out. This doesn't get done in a day, it's done in like an hour.

    Weird Arcade Games 2 
  • "I'm too busy doing... Whatever this is. (Cut to three of him dancing a la Peanuts)"
    Alien: These games come from a faraway land.
    PBG: You mean, an alien planet?
    Alien: No... JAPAN!
    PBG: Whoa... An alien planet....
  • (While playing a Japanese dating sim. His character falls over) "Oh, look at that, I won! ....Good..."
  • The screen panning up a guy in swimtrunks while on the beach, with hawaiian music playing. "D-did I win?"
  • PBG telling people to not record themselves playing a mini-game-game because then the following quote will be recorded.
    PBG: Yeah, one second, I'm doing some balls...

     Wind Waker Hacking 
  • Pretty much all of the hacks.
  • When he introduces why he's hacking the game.
    PBG: "Why, because this" *shows Link twitches as he drowns* "it's funny."
  • The "regular dirty" moment with Link running all weird.
    • When he first introduces the weird run, in which Link's arms are flailing around like a cartoon character. Cue a different clip of that same weird run with appropriately goofy sound effects.
  • The hack that sends the boat speeding off into the distance... without Link: "Bye bye, boat!"
    PBG: I'm sure he thought I was on him, and he's gonna realize any second now, he's gonna turn around... Just you wait and see... Boat? Boat? BOAT, COME BACK!
  • PBG decides to "do some terrible things to Link":
    PBG: Wait for it... and... *Link falls face down on the ground and starts twitching randomly* seizure.
  • "Aye, keelhaul the jib and refasten the falafels, we sail for smoother seas, men!"
  • The entire auction scene.

To Kill An Avatar:

  • Him gleefully murdering Pikmin is both this and Nightmare Fuel.
  • His reaction upon realizing that he just killed innocent Pikmin, coupled with a Shower of Angst.
    PBG: (rocking back and forth in the shower) "What have I done?! The Pikmin are dead!"

  • The song PBG makes up about the Cuccoo Revenge Squad.
    They'll be comin' 'round the mountain when they come! They'll be comin' 'round the mountain when they come! They'll be comin' round the mountain, They'll be comin' round the mountain, They'll be comin' 'round the mountain when they come.. to kill ya!

'Sucking At' & Let's Plays:

     Super Mario 64 
  • While racing Koopa The Quick, PBG notices him catching up in the last part and does an epic sidejump up to the top of the mountain, winning the race. And the jumps gets shown repeatedly in slow motion.
  • PBG complaining about how difficult doing circles are, when unlocking Mario.
  • In Episode 10, he's trying to get the Star for getting the 8 Red Coins on top of the Bowser Puzzle in Lethal Lava Land. He grabs six, then ends up missing the last two and wandering around the level, looking for them. He actually adds a counter into the corner for how long it takes him to realize his mistake. It takes him 2:52:29 minutes to figure it out.
  • His Rage Quit complaining when controlling Wario keeps hindering him.

     Luigi's Mansion 

     Super Mario 64 Chaos Edition 
  • His laughing reaction to the end of the first Episode, when Mario turns into a sign.
  • Episode 4 RAGING + CRASHING has the game first break PBG at the end, when several attempts at playing Cool, Cool Mountain cause the game to repeatedly crash. At the end, he drums his hands on his desk and just keeps repeating 'Mario' like a Madness Mantra song.
  • Comparing himself to a Sim in Episode 10.
    PBG: I feel like a Sim. You know, a bunch of good things happen to me. Got promoted, maybe Woohoo'd couple of times, got engaged. You know. Made some really good Mac 'n' Cheese, feeling really good. But, you know, all of a sudden some bad things happen. You know, like, my mai-a thief comes and steals my TV. I peed myself in front of a lady. And, you know, I'm still feeling good [...] but one more bad thing happening, one more pee, and it's straight back to depressed.
  • Episode 16, when Mario launches off with the wingcap with a butt-rocket.

     Super Mario Galaxy 
  • The first episode, he first calls the princess "It's Zeldurr", only to correct himself with "I mean Princess Peechus". And then there's what he calls her castle when it's taken away.
    PBG: Oh, no! It's the prischus peechus castle!
  • During a prankster comet race against Cosmic Mario in Honeyhive Galaxy, PBG purposefully walks on honey and pretends like he's about to lose, only for Cosmic Mario to really pass him by and make him lose.
    PBG: Oh, no. I'm stuck on the honey. He's gonna catch up to me... (notices Cosmic Mario actually catching up) No! No No No No No No No No! Noooo!
  • Saying that the Queen Bee is probably suffering from Diabeetes.
  • After following the beach bully shark through rings, PBG leaves the water and throws the shell - only for it to hit Captain Toad! PBG laughs at that coincidence and we get a slow-motion repeat of it.
  • PBG telling Luigi that he has no chance with Rosalina, because she's his.
  • Rosalina saying that she can see [Mario's] brother on the observatory. PBG cheers that McJones is here, only to realize she means Luigi.

     Super Mario Galaxy 2 
  • PBG is initially confused over the cloud power-up, wondering why he can't make more clouds. Takes him a bit to remember that he can only make three of them. And then still has multiple instances of groundpounding and falling, when he wanted to create a cloud.
  • A heartfelt apology video is uploaded the day of the new episode, apologizing for something that happened in that latest video. What is he apologizing for? Not picking up a coin to replenish his health.
  • A later video, he talks about doing the same thing as above and how he'll have to make a second apology video for it. He doesn't.
  • The fiasco with the purple coins at Tree Trunk Galaxy.

    Super Mario Sunshine 
  • When fighting a gooey piranha flower early on.
  • PBG becomes really frustrated in Part 9, when he learned that the number of obtained Shines is irrelevant to completing the game, but the 7th Episode of each location, and that some of the ones he got previously are now useless.
  • Opening up Part 10 with an apology, saying that he was recording the newest video for it and the game footage didn't properly record. He says he tried working on and fixing it, for like five minutes, but just couldn't do it. So, now there are 3 extra Shines that PBG got, but didn't record.
  • In Part 20, he stops the video for a second because he hears screaming outside and 'feels obligated to check that noone's dying'.
  • Part 21. The Struggle. Everything in the video turns into a struggle for him, starting from just getting to the level. He counted and says it takes up to 7 minutes to get there.
  • The Finale episode is filled with moments.
    • PBG not understanding what he's supposed to do during the battle with Bowser for a good while. He eventually figures it out, but his cluelessness is quite amusing.
    • PBG telling Bowser to 'not blow him'.
      PBG: Don't blow me, Bowser! Uh... yeah. Don't blow me.
    • Repeatedly dying when he whomps the fourth pillar of the tub. One time even 'butt-slamming', immediately getting hit by a Bullet Bill and being pushed between the cracks of the floor, killing him.
    • Trying to save himself from falling again, he somehow manages to make Mario cling to the bottom of the level, get stuck and have to watch as Mario keeps getting damaged by nothing.
    • Sounding exaggeratingly dramatic when Fludd malfunctions and 'dies'. And then, a bit later.
      PBG: Fludd! Noooo! (later on) Fludd's back!

     Animal Crossing 
  • PBG decides to tell Rover that he can't sit next to him, but then laughs when he does anyway, and Rover says how it's nice to see that there's still plenty of rude people in the world.
  • PBG has to name his character and first thinks of going for PooBins. Then needs to add more and opts for PooBinGo.
    • He didn't think of a name for the town, so he just goes and names it... Poopsvil.
      PBG: It wouldn't allow me to add another L or E at the end.
  • He dramatically plays out deciding which house to pick to be the most difficult choice he ever had to make.
  • When writing an entry in his calender, he writes the only thing he can think of at the moment.
    Put the gun down, Nook. Think of your family.
  • When meeting some of the townsfolk, he is ecstatic to see that the cat Mitzi is there. And admits that, when he was young and played the game, she was his headcanon in-game girlfriend.
  • One of his neighbors is a cow. Named Patty.
    PBG: Mmmmmmmh, Patty... (imagines a nice, juicy burger)

     Wind Waker Chaos Edition 
  • On Outset Island, he is horrified when a tornado is right on top of the outlook he has to get to. There's even a note saying that the game audio has been severely lowered to protect any viewer's eardrums.
  • Ganon appears on Outset Island. As well as Re-Deads. A whole field worth of Re-Deads.
  • PBG requires multiple attempts at jumping the platforms with Nico, because he keeps getting the 'disease' (the purple fog that messes with the controls) and jumping farther than intended. Then there's the obnoxious, high-pitched noise when he opens the treasure chest with the spoilsbag in it.
  • When trying to leave the inside of the pirate ship...
  • PBG cannot get the water to work on the withered bomb-flowers and is not sure if that is an issue with the chaos edition or if he's just that bad at aiming the bottle.

    Super Mario World Randomized 
  • Whenever they drop a Yoshi down a cliff, which happens a lot, it is replayed in slow-motion to sad music and Luigi getting a single tear-drop.
  • One level is named "Ghosts of Yoshi."
  • Episode 19 is called 'MMMM GOOD $#&%!' after a level in the game that is actually called MMMM GOOD SHIT... where they actually put a mosaic filter onto the shit part.
  • Episode 14 to 16 are all only one level that they have difficulty with. Episode 16 is even called 'Definition of Insanity'.

    Super Mario Odyssey 
  • PBG makes it clear that he will make sure to get a lot of coins very fast, so he can get the swimming trunksnote  before heading to Lake Kingdom. Why? Because 'Mario nips'.
  • In Jungle Kingdom, PBG tries to get Mario to roll along the edge of a tree trunk, but he keeps rolling off. When he rolls off to the right, he thinks that he'll just fall and get respawned, but ends up falling to the lower part of the Jungle Kingdom... and he is absolutely clueless about this area, as he never got to it when first playing through this area.
  • Some people comment that he called Zora's Domain "Zora Kingdom" during Part 6.

Collection Series:

     Oblivion Daedric Items 
  • In the very first episode, he dies multiple times. And completely forgets how to even start the quest for Azura's Star, including that he needed to get some Golddust first and had to offer it at dusk or dawn.
  • The entire quest for the Wabbajack, given how whacky that thing is to begin with. Especially PBG's reaction to Sheagorath bringing about the last omen of the K'Shara.
    PBG: What!? What? It's raining fire dogs!
  • In Aerkved's Tower (Vaermina's quest), PBG goes down a hole and finds a sort of cellar full of corpses hung on strings.
    PBG: Oh, boy! What the...!? What the...!? Oh, a treasure chest. (loots it)
  • During the quest for the Sanguine Rose, he first misses the spell. Then later he turns out to be running away naked himself. And with an arrow up his ass.
  • Namira's quest, with one of the priestesses saying PBG is 'too pretty' and having to need to get drunk to start the quest.

     Skyrim Daedric Items 
  • Encountering a dragon during the first episode and running away from it.
  • While following Barbas to Calvicus Vile's shrine, PBG keeps yelling "Barbas!".
    • During the journey to said shrine, encountering headless, bikini-clad vampire-zombies and being utterly baffled.
  • Encountering a wolf and 'spazz-kicking' it to death, including slow-motion close-up.
  • Looking around for Sam during the Sanguine Rose quest, he wanders around all over the place, yelling for Sam. Then he makes a joke on the map running gag from the Minecraft series. "Who needs a Sam?" counter pops up.
  • He eventually gains a follower in Faendal. And proceeds to change his name within minutes, multiple times. He calls him Charles, Carl, Chandler or even Maria.

     Wind Waker Island Collection 
  • During the multi-part videos of Windfall Island, PBG made notes to get all the sidequests done. Then he admits that one of his notes is "Picture of girl, show to guy" and he cannot remember at all what that is supposed to mean. He finally remembers that it's referring to showing Linda's picture to Anton.
  • He has huge difficulty saying 'debutante' when doing Milla's quest.
  • While fast-forwarding during the reef areas of shooting down all the cannons, the video goes back to regular speed and all you hear of the end of PBG's fast-forward ranting was "so that you don't kill the toys". Then lampshading how it would appear, to just talk random nonsense during the fast-forwarding and ending on those words.
  • The final episode (Forest Haven) starting with PBG admitting that he saved over his actual file, leaving him to use an older savefile for this video. And said file does not have all the previously collected islands on it. And then his vocal recording glitched up mid-way through, forcing him to do post-voiceover.
  • "I gotta beat the game... why am I cutting the grass? This isn't Game Grumps."

PB & Jeff:

  • When either of them comes up with an oddly catchy or amusing expression, one of the two will inevitably shout "PUT IT ON A SHIRT!", despite the fact that neither of them sell shirts, or merchandise of any kind. While this is most prominent in Mario Maker, it comes up in their other videos as well.
    • In 2018, they finally offer some t-shirts. 'Get out of town, Wizard' and 'I pressed it to jump'.

     One Shots 
  • The Euro Truck Simulator - Blindfolded Q & A has its premise. PBG drives the truck blindfolded and has Jeff as his backseat driver telling him how to steer, while asking the questions. It's hilarious to watch Jeff freak out about trying to ask a question, while trying to keep PBG driving on the road. And then PBG ultimately gets the truck stuck off-road.
  • The episode on Hotel Mario is titled "I WANNA DIE", which just says it all, really.
    • During their epic struggle to beat Morton, the guys come across a particularly horrifying way in which Mario can die.
    PBG: (horrified) He ate me!

     Donkey Kong Country 2 
  • The first episode having the two lament that it's actually a retake, because their initial recording of this episode was amazing and they only realized in post that they forgot to actually record the game footage.
  • After collecting the letter tokens in the wrong order, they begin creating new characters such as Donkey Ong, Cool Kong, Donkey Knog, and Donkey Kog.
  • Wondering what Squitter the spider's name is, they call it Spider Guy. Then PBG admits that he'd call a spider 'Speeky'.
  • Their debate on whether Squawks is spitting nuts or cookies.
  • In Part 10, PBG asks Siri to look something up. She keeps recording their message as they continue to talk and they shut up long enough to hear what she has 'heard' from them. It needs to be heard. note 
    Siri: Searching Google for PBG Gameplay for me if that works har-har yeah does the ropes? Oh no hey Siri's still going how? She does it? She's still going okay I want to see a stop! But I just go to golden? I need to do what the guy Illinois.
  • Their utter failing in Episode 12 and 13 on just one level. Their frustration is hilarious to observe.
  • In the Toxic Tower level, they become more and more agitated and switch between the animals. When they change into the spider, both yell "SPIDER NOW?!" at the same time; it's also the title for that video.
  • Having difficulty jumping due to a third-party controller, they begin to turn their cries of "I pressed it to jump!" into a Running Gag.

     Super Mario Maker 
  • Fan Levels #1
    • PBG dies within 10 seconds of playing the first level: Flying Fish Deathtrap.
    • They give up on Falling for Rosalina, which was already sent to them with the comment that it was a terrible level.
    • Their reaction to just the name of the level I'm So Sorry For This.
  • SCARY Mario Maker
    • Going through Waluigi's Unbearable Existence confuses them.
    • Will You Save Your Son first confuses them because of the messages, then starts to horrify them by actually expecting them to sacrifice Yoshi.
      • They also make a reference to a Running Gag started in their Donkey Kong Country 2 playthrough: "I pressed it to jump!"
  • Fan Levels #2
    • PBG saying that he absolutely dislikes adventures and the likes. And that people can quote him on that.
    • KK's Last Gig turning out to be a pretty good maze level. Then they get to the end and see KK getting pushed into a floor of spikes. They do find the end a little funny.
    • PBG ignores the feather power-up in Flying High and promptly dies, realizing that it's required to proceed in the level.

    Mario Party 
  • Mario Party 1
    • Jeff's humiliation conga near the end. Pretty much everything goes wrong on some way, and his Sanity Slippage is glorious.
      • Jeff stealing PBG's coins to ruin his winning tactic as revenge.
    • In the finale of Peach's Birthday Cake, Peach gets Chance Time and swaps Wario and PBG's coins, potentially costing him the game. PBG still wins.
    • Jeff rolls a 2 at the worst possible time in the finale of Yoshi's Tropical Island. PBG edits in the Donkey Kong Country Game Over screen and music, making it look like DK was facepalming.
    • Jeff gets a Mushroom space as a last-ditch chance to get a Star in the finale of Luigi's Engine Room... and gets a Poison Mushroom, costing him a turn.
    • Wario gets Chance Time in Luigi's Engine Room and forces Jeff to give him all of his Stars.
    • Wario winning the first match and the third, mainly through Chance Time.
  • Mario Party 2 (feat. ProJared)
    • In the first episode everyone, but Jeff, ends up finding a hidden block. With a Star in it.
    • PBG's surprise when they still keep finding hidden blocks, having been sure that there were only four.
    • Given the map they are on, not one of them has managed to make it to the initial Star on the map yet. They keep getting thrown back to the starting space by cannons, dolphins or similar.
    • ProJared ends up finding a second Star in a hidden block.
    • Jeff does a bit better in the final episode, earning a lot of coins and even gets the Coin Star of the game. Building up to who the Super Star of the game is, the big question is: Is Jeff's curse broken? It is! Jeff has managed to win a Mario Party game as DK!
    • Wario continues the trend of being unstoppable as he ends a Horror Land video by getting a second Star, then using a Golden Mushroom to go for a third Star.

  • From the first video on, comments keep telling PBG and Jeff that Pikmin in Olimar's squad at the end of the day will not die or count as left behind, as long as they are actively in Olimar's group when it gets to sundown. It takes them a good 15 episodes to figure it out and still 'test it as a theory' in the 20s episodes.
  • Giving several Pikmin they deem important for an episode a name. They tend to die fast. One of them was even called Jared.
  • The absolute horror when the Smokey Progg hatches from the egg onto the map in episode 14. They claim it has a similar appearance to the dirty River God in Spirited Away and proceed to refer to it as 'the Miyazaki monster'.
  • Their various reactions to the boss enemies.
    • Special mention goes to the Armored Cannon Beetle. PBG cannot recall how to deal with it and they eventually decide that it's probably invincible. Jeff actually has the right theory - to throw Pikmin into its little "cannon" mouthhole - but it isn't tried out until several episodes later.
  • Pick em', Pick em', Booty lick em'.
  • They are stuck on how to obtain the UV Lamp part. It takes them an extra episode for PBG's memory to wonder if there is a weight difference between the various Pikmin, before it hits him.
    PBG: Wait... can you throw some of them... higher?
    Cue epic beat playing at his revelation
    • Shortly after, while using the candypop flowers to change blue Pikmin into yellow ones on top of a ledge in water, some Pikmin are pulled out... and proceed to immediately run off the ledge and drown.
      PBG: Why? Why were they walking over there?
      Jeff: I have no idea. [...] They literally just, like, "I have been reborn!" and just, like, walk off the cliff...
  • During the Final Trial, they take a while to figure out how to move the box out of the way.
  • The Final Boss dies to two red pikmin that got left behind, presumed dead, while PBG went off to get more yellows. Doubles as an Offscreen Moment of Awesome. PBG names them Bimmy and Leeny.
    PBG: Wait... is he dead?
  • In Pikmin 2, PBG leaves his White and Purple Pikmin breaking a spiderweb as the countdown clock goes to 0, under the assumption they'd be OK. It results in them all dying. His reaction is as funny as it is sad.

     Death Road to Canada 

Death Road To Canada #1

  • The personalities they chose for some of their teammates. They decided to have ProJared as a Bandit, who is mischievous and a 'ticking time bomb'. McJones is given a calm head and Dean is given the BERSERK! personality, which means he'll rush towards any zombie to defeat it, but only has 1 health point in exchange, meaning the tiniest tick of damage means he'll die.
  • Their terrible luck with their AI allies.
    • Todd dies in the very next battle they encounter, after recruiting him.
    • They meet and recruit McJones, who pops up two seconds later by saying that someone in the party hasn't been pulling their weight and he demands someone to be thrown out. After deliberation, PBG and Jeff chuck McJones. note 
    • Dean gets recruited and gets hit three times when trying to lift a tree. And gets three death messages, too, because of his personality.
  • PBG and Jeff die because PBG accidentally shot a propane tank during the Gas Station Rescue mission.

Death Road To Canada #2

  • Part 4 has Jeff decide to have Jared rob a shopkeeper's supply of ammunition. The shopkeeper pulls out a shotgun and shoots them all, with PBG, Jared and Ian dying. Jeff is the only survivor and he dies from being swarmed by zombies in the next battle.

Death Road to Canda 2018

  • Since Jeff's character actually made it all the way to Canada in the previous run, they decide to 'retire' his character. Jeff chooses to play as Chadtronic first.
  • PBG dies. In the first episode. Due to fire. The Trader Camp was set aflame and, while walking around, PBG's character touched some fire and began to burn.
  • They gain the rare Magical Girl character Doris-chan... and end up freaking out about her face changing! And then are completely confused when Doris-chan ends up exploding during a pit-stop. note 
    PBG: It looks like she's melting!
  • T * L * B joins their ranks! And Jeff and PBG get annoyed that he can't equip any weapons because he has no arms, so they get him killed off very fast.
  • Talking about how sexy Shane is. The in-game character and the person he's based on.

    Fortune Street 
  • In the finale of the first video, Jeff built a huge space 2 episodes ago... that nobody landed on. Meanwhile, despite an onslaught of rolling 1s, PBG is poised to win the game if he can make it back to the bank without rolling a 1 and landing on Jeff's space. In a spectacular case of Tempting Fate, he says there's no way he'll roll a 1 again and he isn't jinxing it because it's impossible... and rolls a 1. The epic music makes it even funnier.
    • Even better, someone did the math to find out just how many 1s PBG rolled.
    PBG rolled a 1 for a total of 20 times out of 54 (I may be missing one turn as the final screen says 55 turns, let me know if you find out which one I missed). So, PBG rolled a 1 37% of the time, more than double the expected 16.66%. PBG moved 164 spaces in 54 turns, for an average of 3.03 spaces per turn, slightly below the expected 3.5.
  • Continuing Wario's Mario Party trend of being unstoppable, in parts 5 and 6 of the second video he makes an amazing comeback and has everyone else trying to take him down. Sadly, despite a comeback from Jeff he ends up winning the whole thing.

  • The eye pyramids from Djimmi The Great's last phase make PBG think of Bill Cipher, but he can't remember Bill's name or the name of the show itself.
    PBG: What's the name of that freakin' show?! I can never remember the name of it!
    Jeff: What are you trying to talk about?
    PBG: The show with the twins!
    Jeff: The show with the twins?
    PBG: The pyramid enemy guy! And they find the books!
    Jeff: What?
  • In fact, many funny examples in Cuphead can be found in some videos, especially the funny parts in Beppi the Clown's scenario.
  • This funny moment doubles as a Moment of Awesome toward the end of this video, when Jeff delivers a knockout to Sally Stageplay... at the moment that she KO'd him a split-second later. After a few seconds, when the Results screen comes up, both players cheer in a sweet taste of victory.

    Mario Party Star Rush 

     Super Mario Party (ft. ProJared and BrutalMoose) 

  • Overall wondering if the game is actually good as a Mario Party game, citing that the Mario Party Top 100 version of the boards were terrible. They all are pleasantly surprised that Super Mario Party is a good Mario Party game.
  • Since DK is not an available character, Jeff cannot play as DK. He instead plays as Wario, though the question of the DK Curse still being around is up in the air.
  • Looking at the character-specific dice, they all laugh when they see Luigi's has three 1s on his dice.
  • Shane gets onto a Special Event space that lights the first of two sparklers on a fruit bowl. Everyone wants to know what happens when the second is lit up, and Jared gets on the same space. Lighting up both sparklers? Gives Jared a Star!

     Leaf Green Randomizer 

  • The chosen names. They opt to play as a female trainer and call her NUT, with the rival called COMMENT.
    Smell ya later, NUT.
  • They still aren't too sure about types and their weaknesses/strengths. Tentacruel is Water-Psychic, and there is no Thunder type, only Electricity.
  • The randomized Starter Pokémon are Golduck, Seel, and Victreebel. PBG and Jeff pick Golduck, with Comment choosing Victreebel... which turns out to be a Golem in-battle.
  • Their first encounter is a Venusaur! ...however, they both didn't check the bag properly, not realizing that they had Pokéballs at that point.
    • They do notice after buying some Pokéballs and catching a Persian. Nicknamed Pinto.
  • Most of the Pokémon they encounter, and catch, end up being Water types.
  • The memetic kid that says he likes wearing shorts is, due to different titles, part of the Elite Four!
    • They meet the next Elite Four member in Mt Moon.
  • They encounter an Electrode that has Triple Kick.
    Jeff: Why does Electrode have Triple Kick? IT HAS NO LEGS!
  • Part 7 pits them against a trainer's Mew Two! Pinto gets defeated.
  • PBG and Jeff notice a problem with the randomizer: while they encounter some evolved Pokémon of low levels, their catch rate is unchanged. They go through several videos, where they cannot catch a Pokémon with regular Pokéballs because its catch rate is too low.
    • They finally catch something again in Part 9. A Poliwhirl. Which gets traded for a Jynx in Cerulean City.
  • Part 11 plays for a few minutes, until PBG notices that the Youngsters trainer is called a Youngster and that Hypno seemed to have quite normal attacks... Jeff wonders if they actually loaded the randomized ROM correctly. They didn't!
  • Jeff gets angry at the latest catch-attempt, a Seaking, being difficult. PBG wonders how bad Jeff will start swearing and asks the editor, Jack, if he's ready for some censoring! Eventually, all that can be heard is Jeff yelling "Son of a-" before the censor kicks in. Extra fun comes from Jack's chibi pressing an 'Oh No' Button for every swear.
  • Spearow evolves into a Hitmonlee.
  • They are absolutely ecstatic in Part 13 for getting a non-Water type Pokémon. A Vileplume.
    • They top their own reaction in Part 15 upon their next catch. An Electabuzz, giving them a second Pokémon that's good against Water types!
  • Part 24 is called the Dreaded Dugtrio. As the name implies, they end up facing a wild Dugtrio that has the annoying ability of Arena Trap, meaning they cannot run away or switch out their Pokémon. And their Pokémon falls victim to it. Which one is it? Efanzo the Electabuzz. This is particularly bad because the death comes from an earlier mistake PBG made. While discussing what move to get rid of for Flash, PBG accidentally hit the A Button and removed Seismic Toss. This left Efanzo with only Electric moves, which do nothing to Dugtrio.
  • Part 25. Cave of Death. They lose Coach the Cubone through an Arcanine's Fire Blast, of all things. And just before the end of the episode, they fight a trainer with a Persian. They send out Abu the Arcanine, but Hail is falling. No problem, one attack puts Persian into red health and Hail takes some point off... and then Persian uses Flail. The move crits and defeats Abu.
    Jeff: *heard getting up from his chair* I'm done.
    PBG: Yeah... just end it. (The episode abruptly plays the outro)
  • Part 28 has them admit that they completely forgot to fight Lt. Surge! Over ten episodes after they were in the appropriate city!
  • They talk about what to evolve their Eevee into, before remembering that they randomized evolutions. No matter what they use, it's unclear if it will actually evolve into the appropriate Pokémon. They choose to use a Fire Stone on Eevee, in case it would evolve into a Flareon. Eevee evolves into... Porygon!
  • PBG's insane luck at the gambling center.

     The Wind Waker Randomized 

  • Changing Link's appearance to having blue hair and wearing an orange top. They admit that they were trying to make him look like Milhouse van Houten.
  • Just the fact that PBG, who has done a Collection Series for Wind Waker, played a Chaos Edition of it, and has stated it to be one of his favorite Zelda games, so he played it a lot, states that he doesn't remember what has to be done in the game.
  • What items they receive from treasure chests and from quests is randomized. They very quickly gain the fully upgraded Master Sword.
  • Starting off on a random island, they only have the Wind Waker, a Fast Sail, and the songs for changing the wind's direction and teleporting across the map. PBG and Jeff decide to head to Outset first, simply because it feels more natural, and there are some treasure chests they can open.
  • Dungeon Entrances have been randomized. The Dragon Roost Temple takes them to the Wind Temple, while the Wind Temple entrance brings them to the Tower of the Gods. Except the Earth Temple entrance does take them to the Earth Temple. (Though they mistakenly call it the Wind Temple.)
  • Several episodes go by where they are hoping to obtain the Deku Leaf or Grappling Hook, so they can finally do some dungeons and not just travelling the seas for viewing platforms with chests on them.
    • Finally, they obtain the Grappling Hook in Part 21!
  • They believe they cannot enter the Wind Temple island's cave until they have bombs... when they already have the two required items: the Iron Boots and the Skullhammer. They rectify this mistake in Part 16.
  • In the Tower of the Gods, PBG has to solve the puzzle of putting boxes in a row to cross over water with a lit stick and light up some poles. Completely forgetting that he already had the Fire Arrows. Then they realize they do need the Grappling Hook to complete the dungeon.
  • Part 21 has them excited for getting the last of the pearls, completely forgetting that the Tower of the Gods is already on the map.

Game Squad

    Mario Party 3 
  • The intro gets replaced from PB & Jeff to the Game Squad one.
  • Round 1: Woody Woods
    • PBG and Ian both want to play as Luigi, so they choose who gets him through rock-paper-scissors. It takes them multiple, intense rounds! PBG wins and plays as Luigi, with Ian opting for Waluigi.
    • Heehee. Woody Woods.
    • They put up a house rule: No Genie Lamp!
    • PBG lands on a Battle Mini-Game spot. The counter for how many coins will be at stake starts up...! And lands on 0. No Battle Mini-Game.
      • It happens twice!
    • Shortly after, he steps on a Bowser Space and gets a present: 30 coins!
    • The MPIQ Mini-Game revolves into a button-mashing of A and trying to guess the right answer.
    • Jeff finds a Hidden Block!
    Jeff: Ooooh...!
    ProJared: No! Shut up, shut up, shut up!
    Jeff gains some coins from the Hidden Block
    • Shortly after, PBG finds a Hidden Block! He, too, only gets coins.
    • Nobody notices Jeff's treeson joke.

  • Round 2: Deep Blooper Sea
    • The Star gets put into a location they can only access through a skeleton key. They opt to gain one from the Item Mini-Games, though Jared has a Boo Bell, with which he can steal an item from another player.
    • They remove the No Genie Lamp rule from the previous round because it's not a cheesy cheat, like in later games. note 


  • In general, the speed up music when it's used. And it's always a sped up version of the Malo Mart song.
  • The Running Gag of naming characters EESDESESESERDT and leaving letters off.
    • The original EESDESESESERDT from the Hubert skiing game.
    • EESDESESESERD for MySims Kingdom.
    • EESDESESESER for MySims Agents.
    • EESDESES is a blink-and-you'll-miss-it name for his pet snake in the Animal Parade video.
    • EESDESESE finally for his character in MySims Party
  • Repeated instances, where PBG asks his voice-operated phone to search something up for him, only for it to pop up saying "You need to unlock your iPhone first".

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