Red vs. Blue Specials
Red vs. Blue Specials
First Air Date: January 01, 0001
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Red vs. Blue centers on the Red and Blue Teams, two groups of soldiers engaged in a civil war. Each team occupies a small base in a box canyon known as Blood Gulch. According to Simmons (Gustavo Sorola), one of the Red Team soldiers, each team's base exists only in response to the other team's base. Although both teams generally dislike each other and have standing orders to defeat their opponents and capture their flag, neither team's soldiers are usually motivated to fight each other- if they are otherwise, neither are efficient. Teammates have an array of eccentric personalities and often create more problems for each other than for their enemies.
0x153 Season 12 DVD/Film Version (April 28, 2014)
The twelfth season takes place after the events of Season 11. With their friends in the hands of the Federal Army, Tucker, Grif, Simmons, and Caboose train with the New Republic in order to not only rescue them, but save the planet of Chorus in the process. However, they soon learn that there is more to the war and its combatants then they initially thought.
0x152 Season 11 DVD/Film Version (June 14, 2013)
The eleventh season kicks off the Chorus Trilogy and takes place sometime after the present-day events of Season 10. The story follows the adventures of the Reds and Blues as they are being transported home after being pardoned for helping bring down Project Freelancer. Unfortunately, after their ship crash lands in an unknown location, the Reds and Blues attempt to find a way out of the area, but obtain the unwanted attention of two groups who may have the wrong idea about them.
0x151 Season 10 DVD/Film Version (May 28, 2012)
The tenth season continues after the events of Season 9, following Carolina's journey to kill the Director with the Reds and Blues, as well as wrapping up the events of the Freelancer backstory, first introduced in Season 9. This season also elaborates more on the Freelancer A.I. fragments.
0x150 Season 9 DVD/Film Version (June 25, 2011)
The ninth season, which begins the Project Freelancer saga, continues directly after the events of n+1, with Epsilon reliving the events from The Blood Gulch Chronicles with his memories of: Tex, Tucker, Caboose, Sarge, Grif, Simmons, Donut and Lopez. Along with this, a new Freelancer backstory is also shown, detailing the history of Project Freelancer and its agents.
0x149 PSA: Gaming Etiquette (August 22, 2011)
Sarge and Church discuss the proper etiquette for LAN parties.
0x148 PSA: Upgrading (October 25, 2010)
Sarge and Church walk you through the upgrading process.
0x147 PSA: Pro-Tips (August 09, 2010)
Church and Sarge gives some tips on how to make a "successful" internet video.
0x146 PSA: Game On (June 14, 2010)
Grif and Simmons explain all about video games from where to buy them to what the different ratings mean.
0x145 PSA: Off the Charts (May 03, 2010)
Sarge and Simmons discuss season 8, showing off the new animation Rooster Teeth started using, and state that Red vs. Blue is the "single manliest show on the entire internet." To prove their point they show examples of some "manly" Rooster Teeth community members.
0x144 PSA: Holiday Special Episode 3 (January 01, 0001)
Part 3 starts with Sarge sunbathing on the beach at Zanzibar, when he receives an urgent phone call from Simmons. Grif is refusing to help defend the base, due to his new beliefs, so Sarge offers up an unhelpful plan. Simmons eventually decides to negotiate with the Blues, who admit they are only attacking in order to keep warm, which Simmons uses to negotiate a ceasefire for the holiday. The episode ends with the teams standing around a large fire, remembering previous mishaps, and wishing each other a happy holiday.
0x143 PSA: Holiday Special Episode 2 (January 01, 0001)
In part 2, the Reds find that there is no heating in the base. To make matters worse for Simmons, Grif has signed up to every religion, so that he can have six days of rest per week, with the exception of Mondays. The Blue team, composed of Tucker, Caboose and Epsilon-Church, have also been transferred to a nearby base, due to the transfer of the Red team. They too are cold, and decide to attack the Reds.
0x142 PSA: Holiday Special Episode 1 (January 01, 0001)
In part 1, Sarge is forced by command to use some of the nearly 800 days of holiday time that he has stockpiled. Due to Grif having used all of his and Simmons' holiday time, the two remaining Red soldiers have to stay behind, but are then transferred to a snowbound base by command for the festive season.
0x141 PSA: Where There's Smoke... (July 20, 2009)
Sarge and Simmons give their best advice on how to deal with flammable situations.
0x140 PSA: Add it Up (January 14, 2009)
Simmons, Sarge and Caboose discuss what to do for the 6th anniversary of Red vs. Blue, and Rooster Teeth thanks the fans.
0x139 PSA: You Had Me at Halo (January 14, 2009)
Caboose is sad that it's Valentines Day and Church is gone. According to Caboose, Church had always been his valentine in the past.
0x138 PSA: Thanksgiving 2008 (November 27, 2008)
Following the events of Reconstruction, the Reds sit down to celebrate Thanksgiving. Sarge attempts to follow the traditions of the first Thanksgiving, but with his only resources being first-grade reports he found online, makes some noticeable errors. Simmons set him straight about the spirit of Thanksgiving, inviting Caboose over to share the meal.
0x137 PSA: Columbus Day (October 16, 2008)
While the rest of the Red Vs. Blue team attempts to set up for Chapter 17 of Reconstruction, Caboose presents a PSA on Columbus Day. However, Caboose's attempts to discuss said holiday are full of misunderstandings and general absurdity, eventually leading a frustrated Simmons to turn off the camera and end the PSA. This video was released only to sponsors, but is also on the Reconstruction DVD.
0x135 PSA: Rock Bottom (October 06, 2008)
The Red Team discusses the current financial crisis, and prepares to offer suggestions on how to cope with the situation. Instead, Sarge and the Blue Team break in, discussing the bankruptcy of the Blue Team due to unsound financial decisions they had made. Not bearing to hear this, Grif runs to the Pawn shop to pawn his armor before the bank takes it away.
0x134 PSA: Small Rewards (July 28, 2008)
Simmons introduces the achievement function from the Xbox 360 into Red vs. Blue, however Grif disapproves of this saying that they are stupid. Sarge arrives and upon discovering that Simmons got an achievement for making fun of Grif, he melee attacks Grif. The first hit earns him an achievement, but upon realizing that they can only be earned once, Sarge becomes upset and leaves. Grif then earns an achievement stating that there is no air in his suit. Subsequently he chokes and Simmons tells him that the achievements see all. They are interrupted by Caboose who declares that he has made "achievables" for Blue Team, and gives them to himself by saying "Bleep Bloop". Simmons becomes angry and leaves. The screen goes to the normal outro, but the video shows the episode goes on. After a few seconds the "Secret Bloop" is discovered, and if the user waits until the end of the video, they earn the "Last two minutes of my life back" achievement.
0x133 PSA: First! (June 24, 2008)
Church and Caboose present a series of examples of forum posts they'd like to see people start using, parodying stereotypical forum posts across a number of topics. Periodically, they switch to Sarge talking to Lopez about the plot of Lost.
0x132 PSA: Go, Go Gadget Video (February 07, 2007)
Grif and Simmons complain of the constantly advancing state of current technology, seemingly rendering each device obsolete shortly after release. Sarge argues that the best way for a gadget to remain high-tech is to never make it into the public's hands, and that money should be contributed to items that "don't exist, and hopefully never will". Some examples are HHDDVVDDBVD players, Red-ray discs and MP48s.
0x131 PSA: Let's All Go to the Movies (December 16, 2006)
Church and Grif introduce a series of common mistakes made by moviegoers. Each of the situations features the characters at a movie theater watching the Halo Wars preview. In Situation #1, Andy complains loudly about the previews. In Situation #2, Caboose drinks too much of a small soda and needs to go to the bathroom, but the others won't let him out into the aisle. Later, he needs to go again, but eventually says he doesn't need to anymore, implying that he has wet himself. In Situation #3, Grif's sister annoys everyone by talking on her cell phone. It turns out she is talking to Donut, who is in the same theater. Finally, in Situation #4, Tucker's alien baby causes a racket, causing Simmons to berate Tucker. The baby responds by tearing out Simmons' spine. The PSA ends with Church describing his intent to go to a movie and videotape it. He and Grif then ironically lament that people who talk during the movie, "ruin the industry".
0x130 PSA: Holidays video - You Know What We Mean (December 12, 2006)
Simmons and Grif attempt to wish their viewers a Merry Christmas, but Doc warns them to be politically correct in order not to offend those who do not celebrate Christmas, and succeeds in convincing Simmons. Sarge ignores these warnings, but cannot complete his greeting due to various Xbox 360 features interrupting him, as the video was originally released for download to the console.
0x129 PSA: Planning to Fail (October 20, 2006)
Grif, Simmons and Sarge share their plans for dealing with a zombie invasion with Doc, while the Blue Team pretends to be zombies to scare the Reds so they can capture the Red flag.
0x128 PSA: Lethargy Crisis (January 01, 0001)
The characters give some tips on how to survive the rising price of gasoline, such as the alternative of milk, though it is more expensive.
0x127 PSA: Winter Lames: The Olympics Suck (January 01, 0001)
Church and Simmons appear to suggest improvements to the Olympic Games to attract viewers after the boring 2006 Winter Olympics. First criticizing the new events, new ideas for games and improvements to previous ones are added by Sarge, among them the "Rocket Luge", the slalom using laser gates, and an increase in the number of polar bears.
0x126 PSA: Cold & Flu Season Tips (January 01, 0001)
Grif and Simmons present various tips to combat the cold and flu, though they have little expert knowledge of the subject. To supplement this, Doc appears to offer his own advice, though it becomes obvious that he considers many of the side effects of O'Malley's possession of him to be common ailments that are met with the cold and flu, along with a series of listed effects. It is revealed that Caboose has been suffering from avian influenza, from which he believes he can fly, and falls off a rock trying to demonstrate his ability. Finally, Donut advises to stay warm and avoid computer viruses. As Grif pretends to be sick himself, Sarge prepares his own unorthodox treatments.
0x125 PSA: Celebrating the Holidays - A Special Holiday Message (January 01, 0001)
In another Point/Counterpoint debate, Church argues against celebrating Christmas, while Grif argues for it.
0x124 PSA: Indigestion 2004 (January 01, 0001)
For Thanksgiving, Sarge announces his plan to outdo the turducken with his own improbably complex creation, while Grif and Church try to point out the difference between Red vs. Blue and Red and Blue states to confused viewers as the 2004 general election loomed.
0x123 PSA: 4th Of July Safety Tips (January 01, 0001)
Church, Donut, and Caboose present various fireworks safety tips for the 4th Of July. As the scenes progress, Caboose commonly has mistaken a grenade for another object, leading to a large explosion. The safety tips culminate in Caboose accidentally shooting Donut with a bottle rocket, played by Sheila.
0x122 PSA: A Very Special Mother's Day Message (January 01, 0001)
Unhelpful viewers tips are given on what to buy mothers for Mother's Day, beginning with a display of what could go wrong, where Grif has bought his mother, roleplayed by Simmons, a series of gifts the latter despises. A scene is then shown in which Caboose, as the son, has made Donut, as his mother, a coffee mug which has already been broken and left elsewhere. Satisfied with the performances, Sarge then suggests an assortment of possible gifts using a scrolling list which moves too quickly to be read.
0x121 PSA: Tax Day Tips (January 01, 0001)
Tucker comes across Sarge, who is upset after learning he is in millions of dollars of tax debt to the Internal Revenue Service. Doc attempts to offer advice, but ends up getting shot at when he suggests deducting weapons and vehicles claiming they actually have to use them first.
0x120 PSA: A Message to the Science Community (January 01, 0001)
After an interrupted introduction, the teams complain about the number of NASA-sent space exploration rovers in the gulch, noting it would be much easier to call them using a phone if the they want to find out what the canyon is like. The rovers are seen terrorizing the inhabitants of the gulch, as Caboose is frightened by a rover's large claw, and Sheila must fend off multiple drones hitting on her. All but Grif are annoyed, as he has been able to adjust a rover to effectively make him a high-powered skateboard, and makes a ramp.
0x119 PSA: RvBIAA (January 01, 0001)
In a parody of the RIAA, the teams formally announce their intention to sue everybody who has ever visited the official Red vs. Blue website. As piracy of free videos is blamed for the declining sales of a then-unavailable DVD, it is said that $45 million is the expected judgment per case. Though Grif is the only one to argue against the logic of such action, his points are immediately ignored, and Church notes the intentions to sue him and other Red vs. Blue cast members in the process.
0x118 PSA: The PDC Video: Hey, Time Out (January 01, 0001)
As the Reds and Blues battle in front of the Red base, Simmons declares his need to leave. Following teasing from Grif and Donut, Simmons reveals his specific reason: to attend the Microsoft Professional Developers Conference back on Earth. As Grif demands an incredulous Donut cease fire, the Blues overhear mention of the corporation, and in turn stop shooting to approach the Reds. While Donut wonders how a single company can briefly stop a war, Sarge arrives to demand why the battle has stopped. He then reveals that he used to write speeches for Steve Ballmer, including the one Ballmer used at the last Conference, in which he chanted "Developers, developers, developers" multiple times. Due to a conflict over the exact number of times in which the word should have been repeated, Sarge was demoted to serve in Blood Gulch.
0x117 PSA: Point/Counterpoint: Should You Get a Tattoo? (January 01, 0001)
Church and Grif provide a Point/Counterpoint session on the subject of getting a tattoo. Church argues against tattoos, while Grif argues for them. Using a bulleted list, Church notes simply that tattoos are permanent, and that all people are idiots, so therefore in ten years will regret their decision. Grif in turn counters that as long as viewers make good choices and avoid clichés such as barbed wire, band logos and Asian lettering and symbols, tattoos are cool. After attempting to display Grif's poor expertise on the subject by revealing he has the comic book character Blade tattooed to his neck, Church suggests viewers get tattoos of their "favorite online cartoon", followed by images of Strong Bad and Penny Arcade and Church taking offense. Notably, Church's voice actor, Burnie Burns, does not have any tattoos, while Grif's voice actor, Geoff Ramsey, has many.
0x116 PSA: Armor Cleaning (January 01, 0001)
Tucker explains that there will not be a new video this week (due to the release of a Halo 2 trailer) while Caboose cleans his armor, following the events of episode 14.
0x115 PSA: W.M.D. (January 01, 0001)
Grif and Simmons attempt to present a warning about weapons of mass destruction as if they were a drug, advising viewers not to fall into peer pressure. However, they are repeatedly interrupted by Church sniping at them.
0x114 MS/Bungie: Bungie's 20th Anniversary PSA (June 22, 2011)
The guys from Red vs. Blue explain almost everything you need to know about Bungie's anniversary... kinda.
0x113 MS/Bungie: Bungie Day PSA - Halo "Deja View" (July 07, 2010)
Sarge tells the Reds they are going "home," and Grif finds out to his chagrin that it isn't the home he was hoping for. This video shows off the new Blood Gulch from Halo Reach.
0x112 MS/Bungie: Puzzlehunt 11 - How About a Nice Game of Tag? (July 07, 2009)
This video was originally created for Microsoft Puzzlehunt 11 but was then used by Rodger Wolfson for Bungie.net users to obtain the Recon armour for Halo 3. It starts with Church commenting about the players trapped in the game while Tucker gets shot by Simmons, Grif and Caboose. Next we see Sarge shocked to see that Donut is trapped in a computer. Sarge comments that Donut looks "digitally and computerized looking", although really Donut is in the real world. Sarge calls helpdesk and is told that the players will need to solve enough puzzles to save the world. Caboose says that the alien likes puzzles and wants to play a game like Duck, Duck, Goose except that it involves shooting the characters. Caboose then explains that the alien would have a flag and a jetpack and the players would have to work out what the alien is trying to say. When Tucker asks "And why do we want to play this?", Caboose replies "Would you rather play ... tag?" and the alien throws a plasma grenade at Tucker.
0x111 MS/Bungie: ODST: Episode 3 - The Man, The Myth, The Legend (September 12, 2009)
The RvB guys try out some new uniforms, and Church passes on some important information he heard about a certain legendary sergeant.
0x110 MS/Bungie: ODST: Episode 2 - Aliens, Aliens, Aliens (September 04, 2009)
Sarge reminisces about his former mentor, and the guys worry about who or what they'll have to face in their ODST scrimmage match.
0x109 MS/Bungie: ODST: Episode 1 - Guys Like Us (August 31, 2009)
The RvB guys get an early look at a new type of mission featuring "regular" soldiers like them... or so they think. The first of three episodes featuring Halo 3: ODST.
0x108 MS/Bungie: Heroic map pack - D.I.Y. (December 10, 2007)
The group journeys through the newest Halo 3 maps. They get a grand tour with Guilty Spark's stunt double, Ralph, exploring the Foundry, Rat's Nest, and Standoff maps, and describing the capabilities of Forge. In Foundry, Simmons creates a mancannon for firing objects at Grif. Ralph explains the layout of Rat's Nest while discouraging Church from touching a twenty megaton warhead. The Reds are impressed by the base in Standoff, which Caboose claims to have created. Ralph concludes by announcing the release date for the maps.
0x107 MS/Bungie: Why Are We Here Again? (January 01, 0001)
The Legendary Edition of Halo 3 contains a bonus disc with vast amount of extra content, including a special re-release of Episode 1 using the same audio, but re-filmed on the Valhalla map in the Halo 3 multiplayer. As the disc containing the video was available to all ages, every curse word was subsequently bleeped.
0x106 MS/Bungie: Getting the Call (January 01, 0001)
Sarge calls Church, Tucker, Grif and Simmons together to explain Master Chief's image wants to protected and that a new understudy will be chosen. After explaining the various criteria each candidate was judged on, Sarge eventually reveals the new understudy to be Tex. As compensation, he offers the others roles as stunt doubles with screen tests consisting of them being shot or blown up.
0x105 MS/Bungie: Moving Day (July 31, 2007)
On July 31, 2007, an unnamed, five-episode series premiered on five retail websites, including those of Best Buy, Circuit City, and Gamestop. These episodes detail the Red Team's transition from Halo 2 to Halo 3; Sarge introduces his men to the new graphics, weapons, and vehicles. Segments are intermixed with comments made by Church and Tucker, who are spying on their activities.
0x104 MS/Bungie: Halo 3 Zune video - Turn On, Tune In, Zune Out (January 01, 0001)
Available on limited edition Halo 3 branded Microsoft Zune media devices, this video was also created with the Halo 3 Beta engine. The cast go over the various functions of the Zune, though they lament how the local radio stations (in particular three ran by Sarge, Tucker and Doc) they can receive have poor content, and the pictures they can share are only of Sarge injuring Church over and over again.
0x103 MS/Bungie: Halo 3 Public Beta video - Beta Complex (May 15, 2007)
Released in high-definition on the Xbox Live Marketplace and on the general site, Simmons and Sarge, in an attempt to calm down avid fans waiting for the public Beta test of Halo 3, play them a video introduction in which the cast of Red vs. Blue welcome them to the Beta, and point out many of its features as well as possible problems.
0x102 MS/Bungie: The Full Circle (January 01, 0001)
After the launch of the Xbox 360, the teams have to deal with various strangers walking through the battle looking to use the console’s special online features. Released exclusively on the Xbox Live Marketplace for download.
0x101 MS/Bungie: Zero O'Clock (January 01, 0001)
Grif attempts to leave with Simmons to see the launch of the Xbox 360, only to be sidetracked by Sarge.
0x100 MS/Bungie: Uncharted Territories (January 01, 0001)
The Blue Team traipse through the new maps of Halo 2 in order to find their parked car.
0x99 MS/Bungie: OMG. Humped. (January 01, 0001)
Members of the gulch compete in Halo 2 against Bungie Studios, and are defeated.
0x98 MS/Bungie: Go For Launch (January 01, 0001)
In anticipation of the release of Halo 2, this video was released on Bungie’s website. In it, Sarge shows a video of supposed improvements to vehicles, weapons, and bases in reference to their actual updates in the new game, though they are either ineffective or make things worse from the viewpoint of a soldier defending himself.
0x97 Kinetic Entries Part Three (January 14, 2010)
The third round of entries for the Kinetic Type Contest.
0x96 Kinetic Entries Part Two (January 14, 2010)
The second batch of entries for the Kinetic Type Contest.
0x95 Kinetic Entries Part One (January 14, 2010)
The first batch of entries for the Kinetic Type Contest.
0x94 RT Member Video Submissions: Part 3 (January 01, 0001)
0x93 RT Member Video Submissions: Part 2 (January 01, 0001)
0x92 RT Member Video Submissions: Part 1 (August 31, 2009)
Members of RoosterTeeth.Com submit their best impressions of various RvB characters to win a box set of Blood Gulch Chronicles and the Reconstruction DVD!
0x91 Reach Mini Series: Episode 3 - There Goes the Neighborhood (September 08, 2010)
In the conclusion of the mini series, Sarge finds the Red base, Simmons and Grif.
0x90 Reach Mini Series: Episode 2 - Don't Forget to Ask for Directions (August 23, 2010)
The Reds head for the Halo: Reach version of Valhalla, but Grif makes a wrong turn and ends up in Firefight mode.
0x89 Reach Mini Series: Episode 1 - Pack Your Bags (August 09, 2010)
Sarge tries to get a leg up on the Blues before their move to Halo: Reach.
0x88 Reach - Prep Time (August 06, 2010)
Sarge and Grif give some pointers for anyone moving to Reach.
0x87 Unscrewed Interview (January 01, 0001)
The famous interview on the famous show.
0x86 Spike TV Video Game Awards (January 01, 0001)
Rejected video for Spike TV Video Game Awards. Sarge accepting an award???
0x85 I Am the Best (feat. The Elites) (June 02, 2011)
A song written by Church, for Church and about Church.
0x84 Halo-Ween (January 01, 0001)
The deleted DVD episode portrays the characters dressing up in Halloween costumes - all dress as Caboose (most popular character). The episode continues to play on the confusion created by all the characters being dressed the same.
0x83 Sarge Episode 28 Outtakes (January 01, 0001)
Once when Sarge was a young boy....
0x82 Halo 2 Test Episode 35 (January 01, 0001)
Depicts the Halo2 testing of Episode 35 What's Mine Is Yours.
0x81 What I Did On My Summer Vacation (July 11, 2011)
Caboose explains how he kept busy in the Red vs. Blue off-season.
0x80 New Digs (May 22, 2008)
The reds and blues pick their new teams and explore the new bases and equipment (Valhalla).
0x79 Election Night (September 02, 2008)
The people at Rats Nest tell what the election results were. It showed that most teams voted for themselves, and went on till Standoff. Bill (the second announcer) told Jim (first announcer) that Standoff had 7 players said that there will be a winner this time because there is an uneven number (even though Jim interrupted him to say that as well). When he reports it, he says that the vote was 3 to 3, and the 7th player didn't vote. It turns out the person who didn't vote was Grif. He said it was too hard and couldn't do it, even though Simmons downloaded the form for him. Church even mentions that Caboose voted for a cat, but still managed to vote. This PSA was the 2nd of the 2 made for Xbox Live, and featured Donut and Tex. At the end, Bill asked if he can switch back to sports, saying that in Grifball, there is always a winner.
0x78 Rock the Veto (September 02, 2008)
Church joins an upcoming game of Halo 3, but disagrees on the type of game that Simmons chose. Church asks Grif to veto, but he is unable to. Several attempts to get Tucker to veto prove fruitless as he fails to respond in time, and the game is accepted. Tucker arrives a moment later, and is dismayed that they were going to have to play Simmons' game. This was the first out of 2 Rock the Vote PSAs made for Xbox live.
0x77 Rules Of The Game (Grifball) (January 19, 2008)
Caboose, Sarge, Simmons, and Church demonstrates the rules the custom Halo 3 game, Grifball. Grif spontaneously appears when the players grab the bomb, including Caboose.
0x76 Vive la Resolution! (January 01, 0001)
The teams try to come up with resolutions for the first annual "Blood Gulch Resolution-off" as the new year approaches The winners will be the team with the best resolutions; the losers will actually have to follow through with their resolutions. The Blues eventually attack when they realize they have little chance of winning.
0x75 Major Players (January 01, 0001)
The teams prepare for the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
0x74 Old Annoyance Be Forgot (January 01, 0001)
Celebrating Christmas 2004 in the wasteland without Church, the teams reminisce about the previous Christmas, and how he ruined it for them all.
0x73 New York City Film Festival Video 2004: Real Life Vs. Internet (January 01, 0001)
Church and Grif present a series of comparisons between real life and the Internet.
0x72 The E3 2004 Video: Much Ado About What Thing (January 01, 0001)
Sarge gathers the teams to make an announcement about the upcoming campaign: that it’s going to be great.
0x71 New York City Film Festival Video 2003: I Love Blood Gulch (January 01, 0001)
Tucker and Church go to the 2003 Machinima Film Festival in New York City.
0x70 The E3 2003 Video - BGC E3 Short (January 01, 0001)
The two teams gather in the Red Base to watch the Halo 2 E3 2003 trailer, and comment on it.
0x69 Shellheads (April 28, 2010)
This video was created as a pre-show reel before the screening of Iron Man 2 at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. Simmons finds Grif and Sarge standing on the edge of a cliff. Grif explains that Sarge is practicing flying, inspired by the movie Iron Man 2. Grif reasons that like Iron Man, Sarge is wearing red power armor, and has painted the highlights golden to further match Iron Man's suit, so he should be able to fly. Simmons points out that Sarge is missing a critical component: jet boots. Regardless, Sarge runs off the cliff. Grif insists that Sarge will momentarily fly back up, but Simmons goes to fill out a "new sergeant requisition form", as the scene fades to black. A few seconds later, Sarge flies up on jet boots, tells the audience to turn off their cell phones, then flies away.
0x68 European Machinima Festival Special - Going Global (October 23, 2007)
Church and Tucker introduce a series of RvB videos designed for different countries in Europe (and Japan) and comment on them.
0x67 EIEF video - Cultural Exchanges (January 01, 0001)
Church, Grif, and Caboose all prepare to head to Scotland for the EIEF festival. Church asks Grif and Caboose to research Scotland so that they do not seem like tourists. When they are unable to find any satisfactory information, Church gets Headquarters to send them an expert.
0x66 Silverlight video - Sweating the Details (March 05, 2007)
This video features Scott Guthrie, the General Manager for Microsoft Silverlight. Sarge was expecting Scott to attack the Blue Team but since Sarge considers General Managers as pencil-necked weaklings he decided to paint Donut blue. Scott briefly explains the features of Silverlight before being shown around Blood Gulch. On encountering Donut they let Scott shoot Donut thinking that he would miss. They were surprised to find out that being a General Manager had a lot in common to shooting Donut: being accurate (shooting Donut in the visor), knowledgeable (knowing it was Donut), having fun (shooting Donut in the first place) and being thorough (shooting Donut again then using a grenade on him).
0x65 Forbes.com video - The Cash is Always Greener (December 14, 2006)
At Grif's annoyance, Sarge uses his opportunity on the Forbes.com website to push his new video gaming/money making service, with testimonials by Tucker and Doc.
0x64 Total Request Live video - I Want My RvB (January 01, 0001)
Damien Fahey is visiting the Blue team, and tries to talk Church into letting him drive Sheila, when the Reds show up to berate Church for not following the MTV formula. Created to introduce a music video on the show, as part of a special segment done on Rooster Teeth Productions.
0x63 AKon 2005 Rules (June 03, 2005)
Grif and Simmons talk to A-Kon attendees about the rules to follow while at the convention.
0x62 2004 Penny Arcade Exposition video - Penny Pinchers (August 28, 2004)
Characters attempt to shoot a commercial for the Penny Arcade Expo.
0x61 Barenaked Ladies North American Tour: Subliminal Video (January 01, 0001)
Episode for the RvB sponsors from the Bare Naked Ladies. Church and Simmons attempt to greet the audience, but are interrupted by obvious attempts at subliminal messaging.
0x60 Barenaked Ladies North American Tour: Midshow Video (January 01, 0001)
Episode for the RvB sponsors from the Bare Naked Ladies. Provides advice and tips to improve your concert going experience.
0x59 Barenaked Ladies North American Tour: Frontrow Video (January 01, 0001)
Episode for the RvB sponsors from the Bare Naked Ladies. Argument between back row seats and front row seats.
0x58 Season 9 Preview (January 01, 0001)
A preview for the upcoming season 9 of Red vs Blue.
0x57 Season 9 Trailer (March 28, 2011)
The continuing adventures of the boys from Blood Gulch and the mysterious agents of Project Freelancer return this Summer!
0x56 Season 8 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
The eigth season, Revelation, is a direct sequel to Recreation and the last of the Recollections Trilogy. In Sandtrap, Epsilon seems to have no memory as to what happened to him, but he begins to have flashbacks. During one of his power failures, a memory of the Delta AI tells Caboose that the Epsilon is looking for a specific memory. When Epsilon awakens, he and Caboose head off to a secret facility, run by F.I.L.S.S., in order to find it, with the Reds trailing behind them. Epsilon finds the secret in a mysterious bunker and unlocks something terrible: Tex. Meanwhile, Washington and the Meta hunt for Epsilon and have taken Doc hostage.
0x55 Season 7 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
The seventh season, Recreation, is a direct sequel to Relocated and Reconstruction. As the Reds continue to try and figure out what Caboose is up to and wake up a comatose Donut, Caboose continues trying to make a new best friend out of the Epsilon Unit. He finds the Reds' Hologram Chamber, with help from Donut, when Epsilon tells him about Tucker and a mysterious energy reading at a desert. When Grif and Sarge agree to come, in an attempt to put the Blues back in Command's database, the three meet a strange man at the desert. Meanwhile in Valhalla, Simmons, Lopez, and Donut fend for themselves as they battle against the elusive Meta.
0x54 Season 7 Outtakes (January 01, 0001)
0x53 Season 7 Deleted Scenes (January 01, 0001)
The Imposer, Tempesta de Cabeza, No More House calls, Fact Checking, and Church Goes Viral
0x52 Recreation Trailer (June 09, 2009)
The trailer for Red vs. Blue: Recreation.
0x51 Relocated (4) (March 10, 2009)
Sarge uses his new tools to build newer tools and hurt an old tool.
0x50 Relocated (3) (March 02, 2009)
Sarge calls in a specialist to take his latest secret project to the next level.
0x49 Relocated (2) (February 16, 2009)
The Reds try some unconventional tactics to get their power systems back online.
0x48 Relocated (1) (February 09, 2009)
The first episode of the mini-series RvB: Relocated.
0x47 Season 6 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
The sixth season, Reconstruction , is a direct sequel to The Blood Gulch Chronicles, exploring the causality of events from both The Blood Gulch Chronicles and Recovery One. The story continues to follow Recovery Agent Washington's journey, tracking down a mysterious enemy called the Meta who is killing Freelancers and taking their armor enhancements and AIs. In need of assistance, Wash has to find the soldiers with the knowledge and experience to help him; namely Caboose and Church.
0x46 Season 6 What Is The Bump? - Starring the Bump (January 01, 0001)
Burnie discusses what The Bump is and how the guys work around it.
0x45 Season 6 DVD Cut Videos (January 01, 0001)
Two videos cut from the Reconstruction DVD.
0x44 Reconstruction Trailer (April 05, 2008)
0x43 Recovery One (4) (December 06, 2007)
Washington and South move to confront the enemy, but South shoots Washington in the back, leaving his fate ambiguous. South then tricks their attacker and steals the ship the latter used to follow them, contacting her command post and informing them of the success of their plan to double-cross Washington. She then tells them since she has Delta she will not be returning to command, and flies off in a hijacked ship. The command post warns South that they will find her if she doesn't come back, but South is not fazed, ending the transmission (and the episode) by saying, "It's not you I'm worried about."
0x42 Recovery One (3) (November 20, 2007)
However, he does not kill South, and realizes that South was only alive to make him stay longer for an unknown enemy to set up an attack. Washington explains to South why exactly she was kept alive: after answering the fifth distress call, Washington began to suspect an unknown being is trying to kill all the remaining freelancers and gain both their AIs and their armors' special abilities. Realizing he couldn't face the being alone, Washington requests the help of South in order to fight it. Owing to his own misgivings about AIs, he implants Delta into South so the construct can aid them. These misgivings are revealed to be a result of the death of Washington's own AI, which went insane and committed suicide while still synchronised with Washington.
0x41 Recovery One (2) (November 05, 2007)
Washington attends to a dead soldier who put out the distress call. There is also a female soldier named Sally at the scene. Washington refers to them as "North" and "South" respectively for North and South Dakota, indicating that they too are among the AI-implanted soldiers. Through their conversation, it is revealed that the female and the deceased male are twin siblings and that the brother's AI, Theta, is missing. Washington receives an order from his command post that the recovery of Theta is top priority and that the current situation was "Priority Zero," and had to be contained. He hesitantly accepts the order, and appears to have killed South with a pistol shot to her head.
0x40 Recovery One (1) (October 28, 2007)
The series opens at Omega's base from episode 5 of Out of Mind. The two guards that were killed in a firefight by Tex are shown lying dead on the ground. A soldier arrives at the scene and identifies himself as Agent Washington, one of the forty-nine AI-implanted soldiers named after the 49 remaining states in the U.S. However, Washington elaborates to the AI Delta in the deceased York's suit that he does not have an AI anymore due to complications with his previous one. Washington then proceeds to recover Delta and store him. Shortly aftwards, he is attacked by Wyoming and is nearly finished when cornered, but manages to escape with Delta intact. The episode ends with him leaving to respond to another distress signal.
0x39 Season 5 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
A ship from Earth has crash-landed in the middle of the canyon, bringing a new soldier. Red team experiences a major crisis in their chain of command and Blue team welcomes a new addition to the family. Church tries to stop O'Malley once and for all.
0x38 Season 5 Deleted Scenes (January 01, 0001)
Episode 83.2: Naming Junior, Episode 85.4: Pilot, Episode 85.7: Sister Escapes, Episode 92.0: Babysitting, Episode 97.1: Negotiations, and Episode 100.5: Tucker Leaves
0x37 Season 5 Outtakes (January 01, 0001)
0x36 Season 5 Behind the Scenes (January 01, 0001)
Caboose Dies, How Babies Are Made, Let There Be Light, and Outside Looking In
0x35 Alternate Ending: Where Are They Now? (January 01, 0001)
Alternate Ending 6 - Where are they now? Tex reasons that ruling the Aliens would win the war. Church, arguing O'Malley can't be trusted in a deal, begins broadcasting on an open channel to prevent O'Malley from jumping into Tex. As Tex kills the last remaining Wyoming, O'Malley accidentally infects Simmons. Tex knocks Simmons out, and follows O'Malley into Caboose's mind. Church approaches the Reds and warns them to disable the ship so that O'Malley can't escape, before entering Caboose as well. Inside Caboose's mind, Church finds Tex and O'Malley negotiating their deal to rule the Aliens. He kills them both, causing them to leave Caboose's mind. After killing himself, Church emerges from Caboose's head to find that in the interim Tex has taken the sword, while Junior and the New Alien have boarded the ship. O'Malley then infects Donut. Tex then knocks him out forcing O'Malley to jump to a different host. After jumping to multiple hosts, O'Malley jumps back into Tex and boards the ship to escape. However, Sarge has placed Andy on board, and gives the order to detonate. The ship disappears, followed soon by an explosion. Alternate Ending 6 - Where are they now? The video used is the same as the Fight! Fight! ending underlined with the Grunt music from Season 3. When each character dies there is a subtitled "where are they now" information about each character after Blood Gulch. Sarge "After his tour in Blood Gulch, Sarge was awarded the Medal of Redness, but had it revoked when he would not reveal his real name for the certificate. He commanded various red Forces over the following years and was eventually killed on the battlefield at Gemini 8. He died exactly the way he wanted: after Grif. " Simmons "Simmons stole Sarge's identity after his death and attempted to assume his life. He was discovered and court-martialed by the Red Army. He is currently awaiting execution in a military prison." Grif "Grif was killed by Sarge shortly before his death." Church "Church is an Anger Management social worker in Quincy, IL." Tucker "Tucker went AWOL from Blue Army slightly after the events of the Blood Gulch Chronicles. He was last spotted on a stolen ship, heading towards the alien home world. His current whereabouts are unknown." Sister "Sister works as an etiquette coach at the prestigious Paris Hilton School for girls." Donut "Donut married an exotic dancer named Tiffany. They have twelve children." Caboose "Caboose sold his life story to a software company based in Redmond, WA. They based a popular video game on it."
0x34 Alternate Ending: Tex Wins (January 01, 0001)
Alternate Ending 5 - Tex Wins Tex reasons that ruling the Aliens would win the war. Church, arguing O'Malley can't be trusted in a deal, begins broadcasting on an open channel to prevent O'Malley from jumping into Tex. As Tex kills the last remaining Wyoming, O'Malley accidentally infects Simmons. Tex knocks Simmons out, and follows O'Malley into Caboose's mind. Church approaches the Reds and warns them to disable the ship so that O'Malley can't escape, before entering Caboose as well. Inside Caboose's mind, Church finds Tex and O'Malley negotiating their deal to rule the Aliens. He kills them both, causing them to leave Caboose's mind. After killing himself, Church emerges from Caboose's head to find that in the interim Tex has taken the sword, while Junior and the New Alien have boarded the ship. O'Malley then infects Donut. Tex then knocks him out forcing O'Malley to jump to a different host. After jumping to multiple hosts, O'Malley jumps back into Tex and boards the ship to escape. However, Sarge has placed Andy on board, and gives the order to detonate. The ship disappears, followed soon by an explosion. Alternate Ending 5 - Tex Wins Andy begins to count down, but he doesn't explode. The ship turns around and faces the two teams on the ground. Grif inquires about "it" (the ship) having weapons. A missile is launched, and Sarge states "Oh, Snap". Everyone is presumed to be killed.
0x33 Alternate Ending: Ruby Slippers (January 01, 0001)
Alternate Ending 4 - Ruby Slippers Tex reasons that ruling the Aliens would win the war. Church, arguing O'Malley can't be trusted in a deal, begins broadcasting on an open channel to prevent O'Malley from jumping into Tex. As Tex kills the last remaining Wyoming, O'Malley accidentally infects Simmons. Tex knocks Simmons out, and follows O'Malley into Caboose's mind. Church approaches the Reds and warns them to disable the ship so that O'Malley can't escape, before entering Caboose as well. Inside Caboose's mind, Church finds Tex and O'Malley negotiating their deal to rule the Aliens. He kills them both, causing them to leave Caboose's mind. After killing himself, Church emerges from Caboose's head to find that in the interim Tex has taken the sword, while Junior and the New Alien have boarded the ship. O'Malley then infects Donut. Tex then knocks him out forcing O'Malley to jump to a different host. After jumping to multiple hosts, O'Malley jumps back into Tex and boards the ship to escape. However, Sarge has placed Andy on board, and gives the order to detonate. The ship disappears, followed soon by an explosion. Alternate Ending 4 - Ruby Slippers Church watches the ship explode and cries out "Tex!". A water effect happens and Church wakes up at the end of episode 8 from being shot by Caboose. Church is surrounded by Blue Team (who also includes a green armored soldier named Jacobs who he forgot to include in his dream). When Simmons and Grif appear with guns drawn, Church comments that it's alright, that they are friends and they joined to fight a common enemy, but the two Reds, confused by Church's assurances, kill all four Blues and Simmons promptly radios in to tell Sarge that the sector is clear.
0x32 Alternate Ending: Invasion (January 01, 0001)
Alternate Ending 3 - Invasion Tex reasons that ruling the Aliens would win the war. Church, arguing O'Malley can't be trusted in a deal, begins broadcasting on an open channel to prevent O'Malley from jumping into Tex. As Tex kills the last remaining Wyoming, O'Malley accidentally infects Simmons. Tex knocks Simmons out, and follows O'Malley into Caboose's mind. Church approaches the Reds and warns them to disable the ship so that O'Malley can't escape, before entering Caboose as well. Inside Caboose's mind, Church finds Tex and O'Malley negotiating their deal to rule the Aliens. He kills them both, causing them to leave Caboose's mind. After killing himself, Church emerges from Caboose's head to find that in the interim Tex has taken the sword, while Junior and the New Alien have boarded the ship. O'Malley then infects Donut. Tex then knocks him out forcing O'Malley to jump to a different host. After jumping to multiple hosts, O'Malley jumps back into Tex and boards the ship to escape. However, Sarge has placed Andy on board, and gives the order to detonate. The ship disappears, followed soon by an explosion. Alternate Ending 3 - Invasion Sarge begins to taunt the Blue Team, but is killed by Aliens, who have brought an army of vehicles to invade and the two teams run away. A period of time passes and the Aliens now occupy Blood Gulch. Two Aliens begin to have a conversation on top of red base, using their language. They are unaware they are being spied upon by other Aliens on a cliff using the sniper rifle. These events mimic episode 1, and even the Aliens armor color mirrors the Spartan counter-parts.
0x31 Alternate Ending: Insert Quarter (January 01, 0001)
Alternate Ending 2 - Insert Quarter Tex reasons that ruling the Aliens would win the war. Church, arguing O'Malley can't be trusted in a deal, begins broadcasting on an open channel to prevent O'Malley from jumping into Tex. As Tex kills the last remaining Wyoming, O'Malley accidentally infects Simmons. Tex knocks Simmons out, and follows O'Malley into Caboose's mind. Church approaches the Reds and warns them to disable the ship so that O'Malley can't escape, before entering Caboose as well. Inside Caboose's mind, Church finds Tex and O'Malley negotiating their deal to rule the Aliens. He kills them both, causing them to leave Caboose's mind. After killing himself, Church emerges from Caboose's head to find that in the interim Tex has taken the sword, while Junior and the New Alien have boarded the ship. O'Malley then infects Donut. Tex then knocks him out forcing O'Malley to jump to a different host. After jumping to multiple hosts, O'Malley jumps back into Tex and boards the ship to escape. However, Sarge has placed Andy on board, and gives the order to detonate. The ship disappears, followed soon by an explosion. Alternate Ending 2 - Insert Quarter (Boxy) The Blues head back to their base. Sarge calls Vic, who refuses to help due to their ruining O'Malley's plan. Sarge becomes infuriated, and decides to go destroy the surveillance system; the Reds follow. As the system is damaged, Blood Gulch rumbles, and a stalactite falls on and severely injures Grif. An Engrish message appears on the system's screen, stating that they have "won" Red vs. Blue and should play the next game. Fake Red vs. Blue credits roll, with Japanese music, cast names and video of Japanese actors reading Red vs. Blue lines. A postgame lobby for a Halo 2 match is seen with the main characters of the series, who decide to start a new game with the same teams on a "new map."
0x30 Alternate Ending: Fight! Fight! (January 01, 0001)
Alternate Ending 1 - Fight! Fight! Tex reasons that ruling the Aliens would win the war. Church, arguing O'Malley can't be trusted in a deal, begins broadcasting on an open channel to prevent O'Malley from jumping into Tex. As Tex kills the last remaining Wyoming, O'Malley accidentally infects Simmons. Tex knocks Simmons out, and follows O'Malley into Caboose's mind. Church approaches the Reds and warns them to disable the ship so that O'Malley can't escape, before entering Caboose as well. Inside Caboose's mind, Church finds Tex and O'Malley negotiating their deal to rule the Aliens. He kills them both, causing them to leave Caboose's mind. After killing himself, Church emerges from Caboose's head to find that in the interim Tex has taken the sword, while Junior and the New Alien have boarded the ship. O'Malley then infects Donut. Tex then knocks him out forcing O'Malley to jump to a different host. After jumping to multiple hosts, O'Malley jumps back into Tex and boards the ship to escape. However, Sarge has placed Andy on board, and gives the order to detonate. The ship disappears, followed soon by an explosion. Alternate Ending 1 - Fight! Fight! (Finch) Sarge taunts a sad Church, provoking the Blues to shoot and kill him. Grif declares 'Every man for himself', which results in all the characters being killed, with the phrase "Son of a bitch!" uttered after every death. The last two are Donut and Caboose. Donut charges toward Caboose with his Ghost. Caboose destroys it with a rocket launcher killing Donut. Caboose then proclaims he is the winner, only to be crushed by the falling Ghost debris.
0x29 Season 5: Previously on Red vs. Blue (January 01, 0001)
Compilation of swearing from seasons 1-4
0x28 Season 4 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
The fourth season begins with the Red Team following a distress signal back to Blood Gulch, and experience a falling out with one of their soldiers. Meanwhile, Tucker, Tex, Caboose, Andy, and the Alien go on quest to save the alien's race. When their quest comes to an end, Tex ventures off for Wyoming and does not return to Blood Gulch with the rest of Blue team. In the aftermath, when Tucker becomes seriously ill, the Blue team, having no other choice, invite Doc and O'Malley to their base in order to help him.
0x27 Season 4 Outtakes (January 01, 0001)
Alien Line Readings, Line Readings, Sargeisms, and The New Guy
0x26 Season 4 Deleted Scenes (January 01, 0001)
Episode 59.7: Alien Hunt, Episode 60.6: Rebel Without a Hole, Episode 62.3: Co-Simmonses, Episode 68.1: Distressing News, Episode 69.4: Swamp Things, and Episode 71.0: Vehicular Envy
0x25 Custom Videos - Just For You (January 01, 0001)
In response to the frequent requests by fans for custom videos made for specific events, the cast of Red vs. Blue prepare generic videos for different situations. Available on the season 4 DVD.
0x24 Out of Mind (5) (October 02, 2006)
As Part Five begins, the two enter and exit the teleporter, they are abruptly thrust into a firefight; in the chaos, Wyoming's subordinates are promptly dispatched. As the two attempt to kill Wyoming, Tex's gun jams, and York is shot, falling unconscious. When Delta diagnoses the wounds as fatal, Tex tells Delta to enter her armor to avoid being shut down by York's armor — a system designed to prevent AIs falling into enemy hands. Delta refuses, wishing to stay with York. Delta then makes himself a holographic vision of Tex to distract Wyoming, as the real Tex sneaks up on him and holds him at gunpoint. As Delta reveals himself, he tells Tex he can no longer help her, bids both Tex and Wyoming good luck and fades away. Wyoming reveals that Omega has left for Blood Gulch, after Wyoming told him that Tex had returned there. As a bounty hunter, Wyoming had been given a contract to kill anyone who knew of a Red and Blue Command conspiracy. Explaining that he had purposely misled Omega to go search for Tex at Blood Gulch, Wyoming had hoped that the AI would do the work for him. He then mentions that Omega has transferred from Doc to a new host, and as Tex presses the matter, Wyoming refuses to disclose the identity. To retrieve the information, Tex threatens to beat him, remove his helmet and scan his communication logs; however, when Wyoming decides to reveal the identity to avoid the beating, she explains "Nah, I like my way better." She attacks him as the episode ends, the closing titles stating the story will continue in Red vs. Blue season 5.
0x23 Out of Mind (4) (August 22, 2006)
Part Four returns to Omega's base. Tex and York decide to enter after days without signs of anyone inhabiting the fortress. Delta informs York of concerns over Tex's elevated vital statistics, to which York explains that she is just tense, a part of being human. While York attempts to break a holographic lock in order to access a teleporter transmitting onto the base, Delta continues, and admits confusion towards York's motive for the mission. York explains that his eye was "broken" in an attempt to defeat Tex and Omega in the first place, which Delta understands to mean York is doing this for pride. As they are talking, it is revealed to the viewer that Wyoming is on top of the base, listening to their conversation.
0x22 Out of Mind (3) (August 02, 2006)
In Part Three, Tex finds York, a former infiltration specialist from the same experimental facility, now reduced to breaking into a shop in a commercial district. A hologram appears and introduces itself as Delta, York's analytical AI. Explaining the situation, Tex asks York whether he will help her break into Omega's lair to destroy him and face Wyoming, mentioning a past incident involving injury to York's eye in an attempt to inspire vengeance. After querying Delta over the risks of the mission, York agrees.
0x21 Out of Mind (2) (August 01, 2006)
Part Two initiates a flashback to a training facility several years before, Tex's ex-boyfriend Church — in standard-issue rookie blue armor instead of his cobalt armor from the main series — approaches Tex. He is concerned about the experiments being performed on multiple soldiers, including Tex, who has been told they each have a "unique ability". As Tex warns that Church should not even be talking to her, Wyoming appears and encourages him to leave. In narration, Tex reminisces about the experiments and the results: after the soldiers were given artificial intelligence (AI) to boost their combat skills, the test subjects grew progressively insane. Thus, an attempt was made to remove the AIs. Tex's AI, Omega (aka "O'Malley"), was one of the "difficult ones"; he forced Tex to escape from the facility before he could be removed from her head. Becoming aware of Tex's intent to destroy him, Omega soon learned how to transmit himself from person to person via radio signals, as he did to Caboose and Doc in Red vs. Blue season 1 and season 2 respectively. After this flashback ends, Tex observes Omega's fortress as seen in episode 73, and decides that she needs help to destroy him.
0x20 Out of Mind (1) (June 16, 2006)
Following the events of Red vs. Blue episode 71, Wyoming has reappeared for the first time since an apocalyptic explosion propelled the Red vs. Blue characters into the future (see episode 43). Part One begins with Tex, in pursuit, follows Wyoming to the back of the temple at which he appeared, where he escapes into a large doorway guarded by two soldiers. After defeating them, Tex is almost run over as Wyoming emerges from the doorway driving a jeep. Demanding to know the location of Wyoming's boss, Tex plants a homing device on his vehicle when he begins to drive away, intending to follow him to his superior. As Wyoming drives away, a voice asks him via radio whether Tex has taken "the bait".
0x19 Season 4: Previously on Red vs. Blue (January 01, 0001)
Fast forward recap of Seasons 1-3
0x18 Season 3 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
The third season begins with the Red and Blue teams fighting Doc/O'Malley and soon finding themselves in the "future", with Church traveling back in time, reliving events from the previous two seasons in order to fix past events. When Church, however, is unable to fix past problems, he travels into the future and rejoins the others. Suddenly, the soldiers stumble upon a prophecy that states a blue being destroying everything. Soon afterwards, the Reds and Blues try to defend themselves from an attack by O'Malley when the "Great Destroyer" arrives.
0x17 Season 3 Outtakes (January 01, 0001)
Directing Church, Gruntitude, Line Readings, and Sword Play
0x16 Season 3 Deleted Scenes (January 01, 0001)
Episode 38.2: Mystery Guest, Episode 41.1: Lt. Max Gain, Episode 42.4: Space Weather, Episode 45.9: The Greatest Episode Ever, Episode 53.3: Red Zealot Returns, and Episode 57.1337: Finding Shisno
0x15 Electronic Gaming Monthly DVD - The Way We Were (January 01, 0001)
The Red vs. Blue cast display stories of Red and Blue battles from throughout history. Including: Redicus vs. Bluetavius, Le Rouge Contre Le Bleu, The Blue Ballad of the Red Canyon Kid, and Rhapsody in Lightish Red, Part 1.
0x14 Lost Campaign Ads (January 01, 0001)
In a parody of the 2004 U.S. Presidential Election, two campaign ads for Church and one for Sarge have the characters promising improvements to the canyon, or attacking one another. Available on the season 3 DVD.
0x13 Season 3 DVD Easter Eggs (January 01, 0001)
Intro Replay: An egg of the Sarge discussing the new stuff about Halo 2 to everyone; Grif's List of Prison Cheats: An egg of Grif's list of prison cheats; Yellow Church: A yellow Church will talk about what he did when he went back to try to fix everything; Dick Simmons' School of Management: An egg of Simmons taking about steps for kissing up on a commanding officer; and The Church of the Red Zealot.
0x12 Season 2 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
When a mild-mannered medical officer finds himself deployed to the most worthless stretch of land in the entire galaxy the last things he expects to find are his first patients dead, a poltergeist haunting a robot, a 200-ton tank in the center of a love triangle, and an evil strain of artificial intelligence attempting to enslave all of humanity. Welcome to Blood Gulch.
0x11 Season 2 Outakes (January 01, 0001)
0x10 Season 2 Deleted Scenes (January 01, 0001)
Episode 19.3: Tucker's Date, Episode 27: Doc Contacts Command, Episode 28.5: The Last Episode Ever, Episode 31: Sarge and Grif Talk, Episode 32: Simmons Gets Prepared, and Episode 34: Church Escapes
0x09 St. Patricks Day Video (January 01, 0001)
Donut attempts to convince Doc and Tucker that they must pinch him for not wearing green armor on St. Patrick's Day. Available on the season 2 DVD.
0x08 Flag Day Video - Raise ‘Em if You Got ‘Em (January 01, 0001)
In a similar video to the St. Patrick’s Day Video, Donut now tries to convince Doc and Tucker that he is allowed to pinch them for not having a flag on Flag Day. He then suggests such festive games as "raise the flagpole". Available on the season 2 DVD.
0x07 Computer Gaming World DVD - What Could Have Been (January 01, 0001)
Church and Grif explain that, before Red vs. Blue was created, Computer Gaming World included a previous Rooster Teeth video on a DVD and people began visiting their website. Wishing to take advantage of the visitors, they went through multiple ideas for a series, mostly clichéd film genres, before settling on Red vs. Blue. Including: B.G.P.D. Blood Gulch's Finest, Hunting with Sarge, and Soldiers of Passion.
0x06 Season 2: Season 1 Primer (January 01, 0001)
Recap of Season 1 by Caboose
0x05 Season 1 DVD/Film Version (January 01, 0001)
A gruff sergeant, an unlucky ghost, a psychotic mercenary, a sarcastic slacker, an unrepentant kiss-up, two morons, a tank with impeccable manners and a robot stuck on the Spanish setting... war is hell. In the distant future, ten soldiers battle for control of the least desirable piece of real estate in the known universe - a box canyon in the middle of nowhere. Red vs Blue chronicles the misadventures of two hapless armies as they wage a war that few understand and no one wants to fight.
0x04 Season 1 Outtakes (January 01, 0001)
0x03 First Recording Session (January 01, 0001)
Extra from Season 1 DVD of Geoff and Gus reading Lines
0x02 Episode 0 - The Cast (January 01, 0001)
Another early trailer released on drunkgamers.com, episode 0 only has a partial list of season 1 characters and features extensive combat and violence. Set to Limp Bizkit's "Break Stuff", this episode could not be included on the season 1 DVD for copyright reasons. However it is now included in the Bonus Features DVD, but again, for copyright reasons, it's not the Limp Bizkit song, but instead, it is set to Hollywood Undead's "Undead".
0x01 Red vs. Blue Preview Trailer (January 01, 0001)
Church narrates the events of the first Halo game, and explains that in between the first and second covenant invasions there was a civil war of Red vs. Blue, until the person typing his captions takes it in another direction.