In the near future, ten soldiers battle for control of the most worthless spot in the galaxy - a box canyon in the middle of nowhere. Red Vs Blue documents the story of these two armies as they wage a war they really don't understand - or want to fight in the first place. Written by
War is hell
Did You Know?
When the series was started proper, there was "Episode 0", featuring certain characters in the series. One of these characters was Tex, who was using a camouflaging device at one point. Despite the fact that the character would not be in the early episodes, many people believed they saw Tex many times early in the series, using this camouflaging device. Fans went especially crazy when Lopez, a brown character, was standing in the far background against a dark brown wall, not part of the scene. During the time the camera was faced that it could see him, Lopez moved a little, and all most viewers could see was some sort of movement near the wall, but could not see a character itself. They assumed this was Tex, but it was cleared up in an audio commentary for the DVD. See more
In episode 39, the scene at Battle Creek where the Red Zealot was holding the blue flag before he was mobbed by the Blues. Just as the Red Zealot was being mobbed, you can see his name appear on the top-center for a split second: "Hambone". See more
Hey, you're back! How'd the Humpday thing go?
Oh, it went great, as long as you weren't on our team.
So you lost.
Yeah, unless there's some new game type where you're supposed to catch the most amount of bullets with your torso. In which case, Simmons was the clear victor.
Followed by Red vs. Blue: Revelation
Steady Ride (Gun Metal Green)
Written by Nico and Wendy
Performed by Trocadero See more