After the Halo event of 2552, there is a brief but violent period of civil war among the humans. Two armies on opposite sides of a canyon, the Reds and Blues, fight in the most worthless piece of real estate in the galaxy.
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 Pvt. Leonard L. Church / ... (75 episodes, 2003-2006)
Jason Saldaña ...
 Pvt. Lavernius Tucker (74 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Pvt. Dick Simmons / ... (73 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Pvt. Dexter Grif (70 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Pvt. Michael J. Caboose / ... (68 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Sarge / ... (68 episodes, 2003-2006)
Dan Godwin ...
 Pvt. Franklin Delano Donut (61 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Freelancer Tex (Alison) / ... (39 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Sheila the Tank / ... (23 episodes, 2003-2006)
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 Andy The Bomb / ... (22 episodes, 2005-2006)
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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 Chris

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In one of the PSAs for Red vs Blue, there is a point-counterpoint of "Should You Get a Tattoo?" Church is saying no, and Griff is saying yes. Griff's voice actor, Geoff Ramsey, has tattoos all over his body. Burnie Burns, who voices Church, has none. See more »

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At one point Simmons becomes a cyborg nicknamed Simmons 2.0 and all his organs are transfered to Grif, but during the EMP in the last chapter of Reconstruction he isn't affected by the blast. See more »

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Donut: [searching in Ghost for Grif] Grif! Grif! Oh Griiiiif!
[he finds him]
Donut: Oh! Hi Grif! There you are!
Grif: [sighs]
Donut: I've been looking all over for you! I looked inside the base, I looked around the base, I looked on top of the base, I looked insided the base again...
Grif: I think you need to learn what "All over" means.
Donut: Anyway, Sarge wants you to come back and...
Grif: Forget it! I'm not coming back!
Donut: Why?
Grif: It's SARGE. I know he's not going to call me to help him eat ice cream! He's gonna make me do stuff. Work stuff.
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Easily one of the funniest things out there
28 April 2004 | by (Woodbridge, Virginia) – See all my reviews

Red vs Blue is a fanfiction (I refuse to call it mechanimation or whatever) detailing the goofy exploits between a red and blue base of soldiers from the game "Halo." Made by a bunch of geeks (who happen to have an awesome sense of humor), it definitely shines where other fanmade projects fail.

The show has 9 defineable characters. On the blue side, there's Church, possibly the only sane character on the planet with an attitude problem; Tucker, his "friend" (tentatively speaking) who tends to be bullied a lot by Church; Caboose, the new guy who's blissfully unaware of everything that's happening; and Tex, the mercenary who is hired to assist the Blues.

On the red side, there's Sarge, the gung-ho, Texas-accented stereotypical drill sargaent character who also happens to be severely messed up; Grif, a talkative, somewhat absent-minded guy who's picked on by Sarge a lot; Simmons, possibly the only other sane guy on the planet who also has his nose shoved up Sarge's rear; Donut, the somewhat stupid, but well-meaning new guy; and Lopez, the silent but efficient robot built by Sarge.

Each character is brought to life very aptly by their actors, who manage to make it more believable by adding an effect to the voices that make it sound like they really are communicating through radio headsets. For the most part, the acting is very believable and real, all of the characters are well portrayed, adding to the enjoyment of the show.

Each episode is hilarious for at least a dozen reasons, the story is well thought out, using twists and turns and referring to things that could have easily been discarded as a throwaway joke. The show also has a wit to it that could appeal to a broad range of audiences, though most tends to rely on gay humor that may be offensive, but anyone who's watching a parody of a videogame should be pretty loose when it comes to humor, anyways.

There's not much else to say about the show, it has a solid storyline, highly above average acting, manipulates the graphics of Halo very well, and is generally light hearted and fun. With that, I leave you with these parting words:

Sarge - See these tire hooves? They look kinda like tusks, what kind of animal has tusks? Grif - . . . A walrus. Sarge - What did I just tell you about making up animals?!


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