Episode 88

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Felicia, Ryon, and Hector Navarro play Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

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Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games
Platform Wii
Published Sega, 2011
Hosts Felicia Day
Ryon Day
Hector Navarro
Director Zac Eubank
Director of cinematography Omer Ganai
Executive producers Felicia Day
Sheri Bryant
Editing Aline Oliviera
Graphics Natalia Daniels
Music Jason Charles Miller
Gaffer David Thompson
Makeup Cat Paschen
Stats (as of January 12, 2020)
First aired April 6, 2015
Duration 12:15
Views 104,707
Likes 2,243
Comments 142


Felicia: "Before we were rolling, Hector was bragging like a bragster about his 'unbeaten' record."

Hector: "I am unbested at Mario Kart 64 at 100cc and I'm playing Donkey Kong and it's Toad's Turnpike. Me versus one other person. Never been defeated."

Felicia: "Wow, that is really—"

Ryon: "Wow, that's very specific."

Hector: "No, I'm kidding! Actually, it's Battle Block Fort. Never been defeated. Battle Block Fort."

Ryon: "Okay, so people said that the London Olympics logo looked like Lisa Simpson giving a blowie. Do you see it?"

Hector: "Uhh, I see it now. Yes, I see it. Absolutely."

Ryon: "Do you see it? I see it too. Lisa Simpson giving head."

Felicia: "Also, uh, Mario: curtain matches the drapes. No."

Hector: "What are his drapes? Are we doing brown hair or black mustache?"

Felicia: "Well, the 'stache—"

Ryon: "He's got a shock of bright red pubes."

Felicia: "No, no, because the mustache is the same color as the pubes."

Hector: "Is that a scientific fact?"

Felicia: "Always. Always."

Ryon: "London Party. Sounds like something dirty, ya know?"

Felicia: "That sounds like a fucking lemon party."

Ryon, laughing: "It's not the same as a lemon party."

Felicia, reading in English accent: "'London Party lets you play a variety of events and bonus games while roaming the streets of London with Mario and Sonic.'"

Ryon: "Oh god, it's gonna be this all, all episode."

Felicia, reading Lakatu's dialog: "'I'm getting chased a lot lately, and I think it's because [shifts into English accent] of a rumor that I have a ton of stickers.'"

Hector: "He doesn't have an English accent. He's from the Mushroom Kingdom."

Felicia: "Oh. [does a squeaky cartoon voice]"

Ryon: "What does the Mushroom Kingdom accent sound like?

Felicia, reading in mumbled hillbilly accent: "'Folks also say I'm goin' scatter'em e'rywhere—'"

Ryon: "So we're going to beat him up and take his stickers. We're sick."

Felicia: "What kind of Olympic spirit is this game?"

Ryon: "Wait, we all won."

Hector: "I was clearly in first place, and now everybody just won as many stickers as I did? Shenanigans on this game! I call shenanigans!"

Ryon: "If everyone's special, no one is special. Ayn Rand did not design this game, that's for sure. She was not the game designer."

Hector: "Hey guys, I have a feeling we're all gonna win."

Ryon: "In our own special way?"

Felicia: "I have a feeling that this kind of game, it is. And that is really the message of the Olympics, is that everybody is equal and everybody wins."

Ryon: "That is not the message of the— That is the opposite of the message of the Olympics, actually."

Hector: "If you try and try and try you will all win."

Felicia: "This is literally— Okay, you know what this is? This is like going to a party and somebody's mom over-programmed everything, so you can't have any downtime and just like—"

Ryon, in falsetto as a mother: "'Alright children, it's time—'"

Felicia, as mother: "'Okay, it's scrapbook time! Wait, the clown's coming! Here's the cake!'"

Felicia: "What is this!? You look like an idiot, by the way."

Hector: "Whoa! You see that move? No, I look really good."

Hector: "Let's affix those stickers."

Ryon: "'Affix'? That's a big word to use for a baby game."

Hector: "'Okay, you're done putting stickers on your sheet.' Thanks, Cream."

Felicia: "Alright, Cream."

Ryon: "Cream."

Felicia: "I don't like saying the word 'cream' out loud."

Ryon: "I don't either."

Hector: "Keep it real, Cream."

Felicia: "I don't like it."

Hector: "That's her name."

Felicia: "Somebody named her Cream. Baby Cream. Oh, bleh."

Hector, narrating as English sports commentator: "Here comes Knuckles at his first attempt at rhythmic ribbon. Beautiful. Good. Just gorgeous. Look at the form. Excellent balance. Lost his balance."

Hector, about Baby Bowser's rhythmic ribbon performance: "He's pretty good, man. He's actually kind of good."

Ryon: "He is. Look at him fly."

Hector: "I can't stop looking. He's like mesmerizing. I can't stop looking at him."

Ryon: "Look at him. Turtles can be graceful too."

Felicia: "Perfect! Perfect!"

Ryon: "Bowser Jr has something to prove about his species. People said turtles couldn't be graceful, but they're wrong."

Ryon: "4th. Who is it?"

Felicia: "It's Knuckles."

Ryon: "Suckles more like!"

Ryon and Hector laugh and fist bump


Felicia: "15 Creams"

Ryon: "15 Suckles"

Cue points

0:00 "This week" preview
0:10 Opening theme
0:19 Host intro
1:32 Game begins
3:12 "Hector's Robbed Childhood Moment of the Week"
11:06 Rating and outro
12:09 End card/promo
12:14 Closing theme
12:15 End video


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