- Colbert Bump:
- Cowboy BeBop at His Computer:
- Chip expresses his opinion in the Watch_Dogs LP that none of the Privacy Invasions are actually about good people - they're all either horrible people or are good people suffering. While he admitted that he'd never finished them all, there are in fact several Privacy Invasions that aren't completely depressing, such as a father letting his daughter dress him up and a mother defending her daughter from a homophobic radio host.
- Later on, in episode 17, Chip misidentifies a licensed song that plays as an N.W.A. song - it's actually Wu-Tang Clan's "Cream."
- Doing It for the Art: It's standard operating procedure for all his playthroughs.
- As mentioned on the Awesome page, his dedication to making sure "It Has To Be This Way" could be heard in all of its finery meant he fought Armstrong and did a perfect run five times. And he did it again for the same fight in the Jetstream DLC.
- This gets taken Up to Eleven with the Metal Gear Solid V LP, which intercuts between three completely different playthroughs, censors spoilers in the credits at the start of each mission, and puts Ground Zeroes back into The Phantom Pain at the the point where Chip feels it was excised from the main experience.
- I Knew It!: Ironicus has a knack for predicting certain plot twists, like Luka's betrayal in The Wonderful 101. Several of his predictions are incorrect, but still end up getting echoed by the characters in-game, such as both him and Sam speculating that Avery's crew wasted all their treasure money on elaborate death traps in Uncharted 4: A Thief's End.
- Old Shame: Mainly towards the Retsupuraes, since they feel they mostly consisted of making fun of kids.
- Unintentional Period Piece:
- A lot of the duo's commentary and side-videos regarding Uncharted 2, recorded in 2011/2012, was dedicated to mocking Blip.tv, which at the time of that LP was the Let's Play subforum's preferred video host. They noted that none of that has particularly aged well by the time they got around to Uncharted 3 in 2014, some time after Blip had purged itself of all video game-related content before shutting down entirely in 2015.
- A more minor example they haven't commented on is in regards to the Metal Gear Solid 3 LP, at one point in which Chip reads a comment making fun of the duo the LP had received on Viddler - another video-hosting site that was preferred on the subforum because it wasn't YouTube, but which entirely shifted focus to business-related videos just a year or two after that LP.
- Due to recording much of the Metal Gear Solid V commentary months in advance, many of Chip and Ironicus' jokes have this effect. For example, in the second episode they briefly talk about the then-recent announcement of Metal Gear Survive. Said episode was actually posted on May 22nd, three months after Survive was released.
- What Could Have Been: Chip wanted Blood on the Sand to be a co-op playthrough with General Ironicus, but they were living in different states at the time and Ironicus didn't own a PlayStation 3.
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