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Postby Graham » 06 Oct 2006, 17:51

If you're curious, go back and watch all the Story Guy videos from the beginning. We've been dropping more and more obvious hints the whole time.
What I'm saying is, this was always the plan.

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Postby Melendwyr » 06 Oct 2006, 17:54

Gaaa! Why, why did you make the post before you put up the video?!
"...so he turns to me, and he says 'Why so serious?' He puts the blade in my mouth, and says 'Why so serious?
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Postby Graham » 06 Oct 2006, 17:55

Because I totally, totally wasn't paying attention.
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Postby Melendwyr » 06 Oct 2006, 18:05

Sweet, merciful Buddha on a pogo stick... :shock:
"...so he turns to me, and he says 'Why so serious?' He puts the blade in my mouth, and says 'Why so serious?
Let's put a smile on that face!
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Postby HomerTheBrave » 06 Oct 2006, 18:07

We like Story Guy.

Nice special effects, too.
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Postby diordna » 06 Oct 2006, 18:09

More! More! More!

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Postby Tensen01 » 06 Oct 2006, 18:15

Oh my god... Wow...

I am so making Story Guy the next time I play Spycraft... Or any modern game.

That was totally awesome guys...

And Melissa Joan Hart... hottie

I cannot wait for the next one... I'm thinking tied to a chair all bloodied talking about how he can't see without his glasses, and the one time he was trapped in an elevator with Sir Edmund Hilary.
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Postby Sirius » 06 Oct 2006, 18:21

Story guy is solid snake, Zuh?!
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Postby AmazingPjotrMan » 06 Oct 2006, 18:28

I'm not exactly sure that I paid any attention to what he said, but I'm quite sure that it was great. Yes... yes it was.
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Postby Sirius » 06 Oct 2006, 18:31

A true gentleman assassin. Explains the random knowledge and some of his royal friends. And you have to admit, he's downright charming when lobbing frag grenades and killing dozens of people at a time.
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Postby DP » 06 Oct 2006, 18:38

I've 'eased a bear's pain' before.

I took a thorn out of his paw. What?
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Postby Unimatsuriku » 06 Oct 2006, 19:23

I should see these through again. I regonize how the antarctic bit works with solid snake... let's see...
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Postby Pirate James » 06 Oct 2006, 20:13

He is finally re-wearing a pair of glasses. Those are the ones from Laundry. Oddly enough, in Laundry he has a wound and in Vest he is in the midst of a fight. Are those his war glasses?
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Postby Tensen01 » 06 Oct 2006, 21:07

lol buried the yakk "According to its religious beliefs"

And what was the grenade? Looked like a fresh beet ;)
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Postby Captain_Anarchy » 06 Oct 2006, 21:19

Story Guy is involved in the most random crap ever! Mellisa Joan Heart and and Yak wool knitting. I don't think it gets much more random.
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Postby Tensen01 » 06 Oct 2006, 21:26

Captain_Anarchy wrote:Story Guy is involved in the most random crap ever! Mellisa Joan Heart and and Yak wool knitting. I don't think it gets much more random.


Or Awesome... you forgot awesome... And quite possibly Bitchin'
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Postby miakosummin » 06 Oct 2006, 21:38

This could quite possibly be my favorite movie yet. All I can say is rofl.
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Postby Kneuronak » 06 Oct 2006, 21:53

Sorry guys, the joke went COMPLETELY over my head.

I went back and watched the previous ones, but didn't pick up on any military references or anything of the sort except in Laundry, and when he 'persuades' in Grilled Cheese.

Snake? Really?

Meh. Not my favorite video, really. I was hoping for one more Rapidfire.

But, then again, Story Guy was never my thing. It's the Watercooler Effect. There's really no action- hence Graham getting a glass of water in 'Nuntastic'. I mean, there *is* action, ('Cause I know someone's gonna say 'Uhh... He was SHOOTING PEOPLE!') but he stands still!

Friggin. Still.

Oh, and Melissa Joan Hart is hot.[/i]
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Postby Dana » 06 Oct 2006, 22:16

Tensen01 wrote:lol buried the yakk "According to its religious beliefs"

And what was the grenade? Looked like a fresh beet ;)


Avocado.
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Postby Stephen_S » 06 Oct 2006, 22:18

Another good job. I'm really terrible in American History. I really thought that it was Teddy Roosevelt that was involved with bears instead of FDR (but then, that could be intentional on the part of Story Guy).
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Postby Matt » 06 Oct 2006, 22:31

it was teddy roosevelt involved with the bears. thats where the term teddy bear came from.

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Postby Dana » 06 Oct 2006, 22:45

And Now You Know.
"I swear it," said the other mother. "I swear it on my own mother's grave."



"Does she have a grave?" asked Coraline.



"Oh yes," said the other mother. "I put her in there myself. And when I found her trying to crawl out, I put her back."
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Postby Graham » 06 Oct 2006, 22:51

Stephen_S wrote:Another good job. I'm really terrible in American History. I really thought that it was Teddy Roosevelt that was involved with bears instead of FDR.

True, but Story Guy didn't take a predatory mammal empathy course with FDR...
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Postby Tensen01 » 07 Oct 2006, 01:07

I like to think that Frankie Roosevelt is, in fact, just some guy he was in the KAF with and only related to FDR through some convoluted and totally uninteresting way ;)

Ahhhh.... it does indeed look like an avacado...

As for references... there were references to his alternate background in each video.

-Pursuading in physical manner the extortionists & Friendship with the Sultan (Grilled Cheese)
-Russian Embasy for uninteresting business & Short unpleasentness (Rare Book)
-The whole KAF thing & The (supposed) Garotting/Neck wound incident (Laundry)
-The whole damn video(Except most of the dialog lol) (Holiday)
-And this one...

Graham, I truely look forward to, and am waiting eagerly, for the next installment... maybe we'll hear his name... Or would that be "Codename"? Also can't wait for the LRRCast.

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Postby Morgan » 07 Oct 2006, 01:11

dana wasn't joking. it's an avacado.
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