- The Underground theme from New Super Mario Bros. 2, and it will be mashed with Whales.
- Mona Pizza's song.
- A song from Kirby: Planet Robobot mashed up with Russkij Pusskij by Carlito
- The rest of the soundtrack from The Flintstones: the Rescue of Dino and Hoppy. (Not counting the "APRIL FOOLS REMIXES.")
- The Ice Side of Hailfire Peaks from Banjo-Tooie.
- An Another Metroid 2 Remake rip that pokes fun at the game getting Screwed by the Lawyers.
- Another rip of Forest Interlude that transitions into Tengu Man's Stage theme from Mega Man & Bass and/or vice-versa.
- Heat Man's Stage which would transition into Megalovania and/or vice-versa.
- A rip of Huff n Puff's battle theme, or the Crystal King's battle theme from the same game. Either will poke fun at their notorious difficulty.
- Rips from the second Game Boy Mega Man game, but with the Robot Masters' NES themes instead of their actual themes from the game (thus highlighting its status as the Oddball in the Series).
- A "Blueballs Mix" of the Five Nights at Freddy's Circus Theme which is just the first three seconds repeated over and over.
- "Airman Ga Taosenai", limited to just the Wood Man verse and chorus with mm2wood mixed in.
- A rip of Garland's Theme that's actually "Battle Against a True Hero" in a Final Fantasy I soundfont or vise-versa. This rip would poke fun at the fact that Undyne quotes Garland's "knock you all down' line almost ad verbatim if you already befriended her in a previous playthrough
- A rip of "Wow Wow VENUS" that subverts the hell out of the "Wow Wow PENIS" meme, possibly with Yoshitaka saying every word that rhymes with "Venus" except for "penis".
- A rip of "FLOWER" that serves as a Boss Rush of elements from previous music game rips. Given the nature of the song as "the unofficial theme song of arcade rhythm games" (as a result of being crossed over to other rhythm games the point of Overused Running Gag), it may be part of another SiIvaGunner Grand Finale.
- A rip of "Garakuta Doll Play" that plays with the "OH MY GODDDDDD!!" scream.
- A rip of The Distraction Dance that turns out to be "sans" and/or "Katotsky Kick".
- Check out the current event on the channel called The Silvagunner Christmas Comeback Crisis... There you go.
- Well, he released a Volume 3, and it's either an actual Grand Finale, or a much more convincing Series Fauxnale. In the latter case, I'd say this is pretty much confirmed.
- And of course, not even a day after adding this, he's back.
- Jossed. It's Super Mario 64.
- Jossed. Chad sacrificed himself to both will Snow Halation into the Merged Universe and destroy The Voice. Even if Chad managed to survive it, he likely wouldn't defend JustinRPG, as JustinRPG was summoned by The Voice.
(Alternatively, it's the Jahns.)
(Alternatively alternatively, it's Towel.)
- Sort of confirmed. While there is someone behind the reboot storyline, the (as of writing) unknown entity who caused the reboot altered the GiIva universe rather than hijacked the channel thanks to Chad Warden fanning the flames of community discourse.
- It's the Voice Inside Chad's Head.
- Jossed. After those five, we got GO MY WAY!! (Beta Mix), followed by Mickey's Speedway USA. Also, Stage Boss and Star Catch Fanfare were the next two Super Mario 64 rips.
- Jossed. No rips from that game were released that day.
- Sort of Confirmed. Chad Warden sacrificed himself to bring it back and kill The Voice.
- The title theme for The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino and Hoppy set to the tune of Snow Halation.
- The opposite, the Snow Halation rip GiIvaSunner started working on when the reboot happened, which would contain Flintstones to really make it grand.
- There's a bit of a hole in this in that Mr. Rental is seen helping Grand Dad in this rip and chooses to let Grand Ma live in this rip, so he could just be another red herring since he's shown interacting positively with both pre and post-reboot Running Gag characters.
- He never became fully opaque, but otherwise confirmed.
Another sub-theory: their final album will be their seventh.
- The "seventh final album" has been confirmed.
- Jossed. The last rip was "Battle! (Wild Pokemon) (High Quality)".
- Remember, three more end rips are coming.
The theory: If Gilva's channel gets taken down, SiIvaGunner will upload a tribute video of some sort, possibly halting the channel's uploads temporarily. As for what song it will be, I don't know, possibly a somber remix of Title Theme - Donkey Kong Country, because it was Gilva's first upload.
- In addition, while George himself is not an antagonist, the main antagonist of The Flintstones: The Rescue Of Dino & Hoppy, Dr. Butler, comes from the Jetsons timeline. Since 7 Grand Dad is an edited version of Dino and Hoppy, he would be an antagonist to Grand Dad, and as a result Jetsons rips would be ignored (presumably including the song in Dino and Hoppy/Grand Dad that is the Jetsons theme).
First of all, we have to assume that the rip starting the reboot is an Un-Installment. However, it is partially seen in both Intro - SiIvaGunner: Rebooted and Now Rebooting - SiIvaGunner: Rebooted. We can infer that the rip we see is Snow halation - Love Live! School idol festival as that is the original title of Intro. Okay, now I can explain why Snow halation - Love Live! School idol festival and Snow halation - Love Live! are the same song.
- First of all, these two rips would be the same song if they were unedited. The only difference would be the origin (School idol festival or Love Live!).
- Now, the Love Live! version is completely unedited, except for the vocals. We never actually hear the vocals for the School idol festival version, but we do hear the beginning, which is completely unedited like the Love Live! version.
- Si Iva Gunner says he will add Flintstones into the School idol festival version to make the rip grand as hell. The Love Live! version does indeed contain Flintstones.
- The only caveat here is that the Love Live! version is not just a static image like the School idol festival version. It's possible that it is actually a video In-Universe.
So, just like the unedited versions of these songs, the School idol festival version and the Love Live! version are the same. Now, the reason he ripped the Love Live! version at all is because the reboot prevented Snow halation - Love Live! School idol festival from ever being ripped again. During the reboot, SiIva even attempted to rip it, which resulted in S͏͔̜͍n̶͔̲͓̹ò͓w̨̯̻̲̼̩ ҉̲͎̲̣͙h̶a̫͖l҉̱̞͍̯̰█ (though the video was later renamed). The merging of the two universes would have fixed this damaged rip, but it was excluded from the merge. Chad had to bring it back using the MF LIKE BUTTON, which left the song damaged even post-reboot.
When it came time to end the channel, SiIvaGunner found out that he couldn't rip Snow halation - Love Live! School idol festival, no matter how many mix titles he tried. But eventually, he found a workaround. By simply calling it Snow halation - Love Live!, he was able to upload the grand as hell rip of Snow halation - Love Live! School idol festival that crashed his channel months prior.
I found it a bit suspicious that The Voice and TTGD posted a rip at the same time. Heck, the rip TTGD uploaded in question is Snow Halation, which is, according to TVIYH, "Weeb Anime Shit". Something tells me there will be a crossover...
- Most likely jossed.
- Redemption ending: The Voice is convinced through unknown means that what he decried as "weeb anime shit" has done good for the world and has a change of heart, joining Nozomi in a Christmas celebration as he undoes all of his handiwork.
- Green ending: The Voice wasn't the only one to make a comeback. After seemingly having Nozomi and any friends she has made along the way in his hands, Green de la Bean comes out of nowhere and beans him with the fury of a thousand suns. As Episode 2 sees Haltmann coming up with plans for making bean-bots, perhaps the Bean's motivation could be revenge for ripping it off?
- Uproot ending: Robbie Rotten and Wood Man usurp the Voice through unknown means and become the new antagonists of the Christmas Comeback Crisis... who pretty much are ineffective against Nozomi and are anticlimactically defeated.
- Pachinko ending: The arc abruptly ends with the channel back to normal with no indication of a change ever occurring. Everyone has a recollection of what happened, but when Siiva asks if anything happened while he was asleep, nobody ever talks in great detail about the final battle.
- Possibly confirmed by Episode 2 of the CCC. The Voice mentions that if Haltmann keeps up the good work (after demonstrating a robot Bean for crowd control), that he will "grant him his wish."
- Jossed, since the main Christmas Comeback Crisis "event" is over.
- Not confirmed yet, but I think The Voice in CCC Episode 7 arranging for Haruka Amami from The Idolmaster to dress up as Susie and even sing really cements this theory. (And, of course, Haruka also represents the GO MY WAY!! meme that The Voice created during the reboot.)
- Jossed by Episode 7.
- Confirmed. And two weeks after Gadget's takeover, Haltmann deactivated him in lieu of taking over the channel for himself.
- Sub-theory: If this happens, The Voice (if he's not dead) will say that Star Dream is the greater threat he mentioned in the Pokémon ROM Hack.
- Jossed; both counts were passed with little fanfare.
But it won't be a Hostile Show Takeover, since that's already been Jossed. Most likely she's a figment who, like Wood Man, is aware of the fact that it's not really Christmas 2016 anymore. After all, Wood Man says he's not the only one.
Edit: I realized there's a bit of a snag in this theory. While Monika is pretty much confirmed to be a figment, and even shows up in certain rips (mostly to sing), she's just that: a figment. She can't appear in the Christmas Comeback Crisis, since it takes place in the real world. This would also extend to all Running Gags after the Christmas Comeback Crisis started, giving the SiIvaGunner team a convenient excuse to not have to rewrite anything for the remaining episodes...
I still think she might appear, though, due to Law of Conservation of Detail and her repeated mentions/cameos in lore videos. In order for this to happen, someone needs to specifically take her (or a group that includes her) out of the figment world. The Voice is the only one who is known to have a way to do this, and he shared it with Wood Man, so it would have to be one of those two. Wood Man seems like the most likely candidate for this, as Monika doesn't (as far as we know) have any abilities that The Voice would find useful.
But this gets more interesting when considering the King for a Day Tournament: Both humans (like Pitbull and "Weird Al" Yankovic) and figments (like Off the Hook and Dancing Alien Team) appeared in the tournament, and John Notwoodman acts as a host during the tournament. That means Wood Man had to have brought these figments into the real world to participate in the tournament; there is no (known) way to bring humans into the figment world, or even bring figments back into the figment world. So all of the characters who participated must be staying in the real world, and thus, could show up in the lore. Whether this includes Monika is anyone's guess, but I'm going to go out on a limb and say yes. In fact, I'll go further and say that if she does indeed appear in the lore at some point, she'll mention or allude to her cameo in King for a Day.
- Voice Ending: The Voice regains control and proceeds to active his endgame: exterminate all anime and any meme that opposes him. As such, Nozomi and co must stop him lest all of existence be destroyed...
- Haltmann Ending: Much his game of origin, he'll try to revive Susie while making profit off of making High Quality Rips. However, he's unaware that he's screwing around with the timeline and something bad might happen...
- Gadget Ending: Inspector Gadget disobeys Haltmann and proceeds to cause the apocalypse. Alternately, Gadget is a pawn of Haltmann or the Voice. Or he's an extended April Fool's joke.
- Critic Ending: The Nostalgia Critic usurps control of the channel and presumes to go full on Monika on us by eliminating every meme other than himself. And then presumes to be just like Gadget was, except with this joke.
- The latter two are most likely jossed. Well, the extended April Fools' Day joke part was confirmed.
(I will honestly be shocked if any of this is true, but whatever.)
Basically, I have a theory that Joel's exposition in "File Select Fusion" is alluding to the end of the channel. See, SiIvaGunner used high quality rips to build up memes for 9 months, and then went to sleep. However, he never actually uses those memes to enter a post-universe as Joel explained. So my theory is that when he wakes up, this is what he's going to do. At some point, it will be explained that there are only a finite number of music tracks, some of which can only be found in post-universes.
When SiIvaGunner eventually wakes up, he is going to see the absolute mess that has been surrounding his channel this whole time, and what Haltmann has been doing, such as artificially creating music tracks simply to prolong the life of the channel, and other things (possibly attempting to obtain Star Dream and the Access Ark like in Kirby: Planet Robobot) that could potentially put the world (or worse, the channel) in danger.
So, in an effort to save the channel from Haltmann, SiIva will somehow use the memes he'd built up for 9 months to transport himself, the channel, and all the figments to a post-universe. In the post-universe, the channel will be in a sort of peaceful empty state; the channel banner will switch to the usual tower from Tengami, but completely empty. Additionally, the channel villains won't pose any sort of threat in the post-universe, leaving any remaining story conflicts to be solved verbally.
Then, SiIva will start ripping the post-universe music tracks, which don't contain any memes. For a short while, rips will be uploaded that use don't use any memes, and instead have more streamlined humor/jokes. Additionally, rips of Tengami will be posted for the first time. After this, one final lore video will be posted, in which SiIvaGunner has finally ripped every last music track, and then proceeds to "REACH THE STARS" (which could mean any number of literal or figurative things).