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What's up, YouTube, it's gokuu9000...

gokuu9000, real name Conal, is a YouTube channel that primarily hosts Let's Plays of various games. The videos will often feature one of his friends or sisters as a guest co-commentator.

His most prominent series is a Let's Play of Fallout 4, though there are a lot of "one-off" videos as well (usually with his friend Johnny).

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Conal's videos provide examples of:


  • Call-Back: He makes frequent references to older videos, especially in his videos with Johnny. Most often, they will make "wtf brah" or "spooky scary skeletons 2spock" jokes (see Running Gag below).
  • Corpsing: Happens occasionally, usually when his friends are joking with him or when he discovers a glitch in a game.
  • Couch Gag: The intro to Conal's videos will often have a random sound bite that's different every time.
  • Running Gag:
    • Kylo Ren saying "wtf brah" in response to almost anything, from "ster wers the frce awake". Gets referenced frequently in videos featuring Johnny.
    • In the second Moonbase Alpha video, they encounter someone who spams "spooky scary skeletons" in the text-to-speech. After a while, it changes to "spooky scary skeletons 2spock".
  • Self-Deprecation: In one video, Conal and his friend Johnny are discussing their "not-Sonic" character and how many names he's had, eventually settling on "Squagdok". This prompts Johnny to say "What's up, Squagdok?" in his "best" Bugs Bunny voice. Afterwards, he apologizes for "[his] terrible Bugs Bunny impression".
  • Shout-Out:
    • The name "gokuu9000" is a reference to Goku (although obviously it's misspelled) and "IT'S OVER 9000!" from Dragon Ball Z.
    • "Ehhh, what's up, Squagdok?"
  • Stylistic Suck:
  • Tempting Fate: Going through a corruption in the DKC Corruptions video, Conal comments that "There's not much that's corrupt." When he finishes the level, he discovers that the map screen is full of Funky Kong heads.
    Johnny: You were saying?

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