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Vs. Bob and Bosip was a Friday Night Funkin' mod created by AmorAltra. In this mod, Bob and Bosip, the personifications of Amor's Geometry Dash Cube and Ship icons, want to play Minecraft together and create a portal that was intended to bring them into the world of the game. However, upon entering, they realize they're in a different game they don't recognize at all. They learn that they're in a game called Friday Night Funkin', and their only way out is to beat Boyfriend in a rap battle.

In August of 2021, "The Expansion Update" released, rehauling the mod's UI and adding a bonus week against some of the mod team in addition to a crossover week featuring Bob and Ron from Literally Every FNF Mod Ever.

On December 25th, 2021, all development for the mod past the EX Update was shelved indefinitely after the people in charge of the future updates cut all ties with AmorAltra (see the Trivia page for more information on why), and the mod itself was trashed from GameBanana two days later. The mod's future is unclear, especially considering that the team split up, but charter Cerbera has implied its storyline will be altered to remove Amor, with "Split" and "Oblique Fracture" being sung by Cerbera's character Richard from the mod Crypto Crackdown instead, although that last part was at least implemented in other FNF fan games like Funky Friday, however it is unknown if this would also apply to Bob and Bosip.

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Note: Since both characters are named Bob, for the sake of everyone's sanity, in these pages the human Bob will be referred to as "Bob" and the blob-creature thing will be referred to as "other Bob".


Song List: (Sung by:)

Main Week

  1. Jump-In (Bob) EX version
  2. Swing (Bosip) EX version
  3. Split (Amor) EX version

In the Background

  1. Groovy Brass (Blu)
  2. Conscience (Mini)
  3. Yap Squad (JGhost and Cerberus)
  4. Intertwined (Ash and Cerbera)

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Bob Takeover

  1. Copy Cat (The Other Bob Vs. Bob)
  2. Jump-Out ("Cool" Bob / Other Bob)
  3. Ronald McDonald Slide (Ronsip)

Extras

  1. Tutorial (Girlfriend) (Remix of the official game's tutorial song) EX version
  2. Oblique Fracture (Amor vs. Sans)
  3. Game Over EX (Remix of the mod's game over theme)

Tropes:

  • Aerith and Bob: We have two Bobs, a Ron and an Ash… alongside characters named Bosip (Pronounced "Bo-Ship"), Amor, Cerbera, Mini and JHGhost.
  • Alternate Timeline: The Bob's Takeover week takes place in an alternate timeline where Bob and Bosip encounter other Bob before meeting Boyfriend and Girlfriend. After other Bob and Ron replace the duo is when BF and GF were supposed to encounter the real Bob and Bosip.
  • Atomic F-Bomb: Bob unleashes an absolutely nuclear "WHAT THE FUCK?" at the end of the main week, but gets cut off before he can finish.
  • Author Avatar:
    • Amor is a self-insert of the mod's creator, AmorAltra.
    • Mini, Ash, and Cerbera are also ones to various members of the staff.
  • Badass in a Nice Suit: Bob wears a tuxedo and Cool Shades during EX mode, and he's a far better rapper than in his normal outfit. Other Bob takes after him in this regard, complete with a Roblox tie.
  • The Cameo: Little Man, the only character from Literally Every FNF Mod Ever to not make a major appearance cameos twice: first in a loading screen dressed as Amor (referencing various pieces of fanart that had the same concept), and Boyfriend transforms into him for a verse of "Jump Out (EX)".
  • Character Exaggeration: In "Bob's Onslaught" proper, "Ron" and especially "Little Man" had quite a few memetic Leitmotifs. "Jump Out (A Window)", "Ronald McDonald Slide" and their EX versions takes this and run all the way with it.
  • Chekhov's Gag: During "Ronald McDonald Slide (EX)" Ron turns into Sans for a verse. Given the kind of song Ronald McDonald Slide is, one might simply brush this off as a one off joke, especially how transforming in the middle of the song has been Once an Episode so far. Guess who you play as in the bonus song Oblique Fracture?
  • Color-Coded Characters: Every opponent has a different colored strumline, which helps set them apart:
    • Girlfriend: Red
    • Bob: Blue.
    • Bosip: Yellow.
    • Amor: Arrow Keys.
    • Blu: White and Blue Stripes.
    • Mini: Black and Green.
    • JHGhost: Brown.
    • Ash: White.
    • Cerbera: Black and Purple.
    • Other Bob: White with a smile on it.
    • Ronsip: Yellow with a smile on it.
  • Cool Mask: Bosip and Ronsip both wear black masks during EX mode, the former's having an expressive yellow zig-zag pattern, and the latter's mask having various words and images on it depending on the animation.
  • Cool Shades: Both Bobs wear black shades during EX mode.
  • Creator Cameo: AmorAltra, known as Amor in this mod, appears as himself to challenge Boyfriend in "Split".
  • Crossover: Features one in the Bob's Takeover week with Literally Every FNF Mod Ever, guest-starring both other Bob and Ron.
  • Curse Cut Short: When Amor tells Bob and Bosip that he put them in Friday Night Funkin' for the sake of his mod, Bob yells back "WHAT THE FU-", but gets cut off by the credits.
  • A Day in the Limelight:
    • "Copy Cat" has you playing as Bob instead of Boyfriend.
    • The "In the Background" week has the production crew who helped work on this mod — who initially cameoed in the background of the main week — feature their characters facing off against Boyfriend.
  • Denser and Wackier: The Bob's Takeover week is zanier compared to the normal Bob and Bosip week and Literally Every FNF Mod Ever, and even more compared to Bob's Onslaught, being filled with way more memes, and featuring less nightmare-ish content from the original mod.
  • Double Meaning: The "In the Background" week's name has two meanings: you are facing off against Author Avatars of the developers (thus they've been in the background, making the mod), and they literally cameod at various points in the main week.
  • Dual Boss: In "Yap Squad", Cerberus barks to damage you and help JGhost. "Intertwined" is a more direct example, as both Ash and Cerbera sing.
  • Expressive Health Bar: Like with all mods, the faces of Boyfriend and his opponent on the life bar react based on how well or poorly Boyfriend is doing. A notable difference is that this time there's a new reaction for each side when they're winning instead of just a neutral and losing reaction. For example, in Split, when Boyfriend is close to losing, Amor's icon turns to a joyful grin, while when Boyfriend is winning, Boyfriend gains a confident grin to his icon.
  • Game Face: While this is pretty much the norm for the main game and mod community for a whole, this game takes it up a bit with the EX update, where art for each opponent shows them not only wearing a snazzier outfit, but a more serious, smug or menacing expression, and this translates to their health bar icons as well. This shows that this time they mean business.
  • Freeze-Frame Bonus: When Ron gets run over by a car before he gets to "transform", the people in the car are CJ and Ruby from the Starlight Mayhem mod.
  • Funny Background Event: During the EX version Oblique Fracture, Frisk and Papyrus are relaxing on a bench, also dressed for the song, and Frisk has a hotdog on their head.
  • Harder Than Hard: Completing the game unlocks the "EX" difficulty for the tutorial song and first week, which features remixed versions of the songs with increased difficulty harder than the "Hard" difficulty. For instance, "Split" becomes faster and has twice as many notes in "Split EX".
  • Ironic Hell: "Copy Cat EX" is one for the other Bob, who has an Irrational Hatred of Dream (more specifically being called Dream). It's set in the Dream SMP, and Bob and Bosip are rapping with the other Bob in front the Community House. All three are dressed in the outfits of the original trio of Dream, GeorgeNotFound, and Sapnap, and Bob is forced to rap as Dream as he appeared in the music video for "Mask."
  • Killer Rabbit: In the Bob Takeover week, Bob casually states that other Bob's song was easy. This makes other Bob mad, and Bob and Bosip quickly find out that him being mad is a very bad thing.
  • Mood Whiplash: During the Bob Takeover week, Ron goes on a long rant about how he's being tortured and has been for years, and he seems to legitimately mean it. Immediately afterwards, Girlfriend responds with "K" and Ron goes right back to challenging Boyfriend with a smile.
  • Moving The Goal Posts: During the EX difficulty for "Tutorial", Girlfriend moves back the progress bar right before it fills up and changes the tutorial into a banger.
  • Name's the Same: Invoked twice.
    • The entirety of the "Bob Takeover" week was inspired by Bob and Other Bob sharing a name.
    • During the Expurgation segment of Jump Out (A Window) EX, a PNG of a different Hank on the above cliff.
  • Nothing Is Scarier: Bob and Bosip's appearance in the Bob's Takeover week ends when Bob menacingly appears behind them in his Hell form. What he did to them is left to the player's imagination.
  • Non-Indicative Name: McDonald's is not brought up once in either version of "Ronald McDonald Slide".
  • Once an Episode: Characters transforming mid-song in the Bob Takeover week, with the exceptions of both versions of "Copy Cat".
  • Precision F-Strike: When Bob ends up angering the other Bob and notices him growing behind them in Hell mode, he only mutters a "Oh...fuck...". This is in contrast with the ending of the normal week, where Bob is comedically cut off from shouting "what the fuck" at Amor.
  • Promoted to Playable: Bob becomes playable when facing off against the other Bob in "Copy-Cat".
  • Red Oni, Blue Oni: Bob is loud, outspoken, and energetic while Bosip is a calm, reserved, and polite guy.
  • Reference Overdosed: Save Copy-Cat, all of the other Bob and Ron's songs are filled to the brim with random references and memes, with Ronald Mc Donald Slide practically melting into a chaotic smorgasbord of memes at its end.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Guy: Bosip is the cool, composed Savvy to Bob's excitable, boastful Energetic.
  • Stealth Prequel: The last cutscene of the In The Background week reveals it to take place right before the main week.
  • Shout-Out:
  • Split Screen: For "Split", the screen is split in half, with Amor in his room on one side while Boyfriend is on the other.
  • Suddenly Speaking: In the main week, Girlfriend speaks in the same beeps and boops Boyfriend does, with the subtitles translating for them both. The In The Background week gives her an actual voice actor and has her speak English.
  • Take That!: Bob gets distressed when he thinks they ended up in Fortnite instead of Minecraft, and Bosip promptly has to calm him down from having a panic attack at the thought.
  • Tempting Fate: Bob thinks beating Boyfriend in a rap battle will be a cinch. He ends up spending six hours trying to beat him, and spends the entirety of "Swing" leaning against the speakers struggling to catch his breath.
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: "Conscience EX" has Mini don a mostly black maid outfit.
  • Who Names Their Kid "Dude"?: Upon hearing that they need to find a pair named "Boyfriend" and "Girlfriend", Bob launches into a mini rant over who would call themselves that, asking if they were named that by their parents.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Bob and Amor have literal blue hair, while Bosip's is yellow.

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