Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles (TV Series 2003– ) Poster


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Followed by 

Red vs. Blue: Recreation (2009) (Video)
Red vs. Blue: Revelation (2010) (Video)
Red vs. Blue: Season 10 (2012) (Video)

Edited from 

Marathon (1994) (Video Game)
Church is sent "back in time" to this earlier Bungie game
Halo (2001) (Video Game)
Was created from the Halo video game.

Spun-off from 

RvB: Journals of the Rejected (2016) (TV Series)
Its in the same universe but not cannon


It's a Wonderful Life (1946)
Epsiode 15 contains Church joking he has no wings because no one "rung a bell".
Planet of the Apes (1968)
"Damn dirty apes" referenced in episode 44
2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
The line "I'm scared Dave, will I dream? Daisy....Daisy..."
Scooby Doo, Where Are You! (1969) (TV Series)
In Episode 28.5, Caboose/O'Malley says the famous line "And I would have gotten away with it too, if it wasn't for you meddling kids"
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
A captive woman questions the truthfulness of her rescuer's identity, claiming he's "too short" to be who he says he is. (Sort of like "too short to be a stormtrooper" from SW.)
Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)
The "communication melody" from CEotTK is played in one episode.
Voltron: Defender of the Universe (1984) (TV Series)
see quote "Church, women are like Voltron. The more you can hook up, the better it gets" (by Tucker)
2010 (1984)
"Will I dream?" quote from Sheila echoes HAL from "2010"
RoboCop (1987)
In episode 28, in Lopez's HUD, where it has the "Prime Objectives" and the "SAP", it is a reference to Robocop, through his vision it would come up "Prime Directives".
Red Dwarf (1988) (TV Series)
Grif/Simmons bodyswap is a reference to the Rimmer/Lister bodyswap, including the care the other took of each others bodies
Dragon Ball Z: Doragon bôru zetto (1989) (TV Series)
In season 3, Church goes back in time to Blood Gulch to save Captain Flowers from a massive heartattack that would kill him before battle with a type of medicine. Which is exactly like when Future Trunks goes back in Dragonball Z to save Goku from a heartattack that would kill him before he fought the Androids.
Licence to Kill (1989)
Donut's spy routine references this film
Lethal Weapon 2 (1989)
discussion of "going on three, or three then go"
The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002)
Gollum/Sméagol scenes are referenced when Doc's personality starts to split with O'Malleys

Referenced in 

Atop the Fourth Wall: Superman: For the Animals #1 (2014) (TV Episode)
"I could make a reference to Red vs. Blue with the name Donuts."
RWBY: Best Day Ever (2014) (TV Episode)
When Emerald and Mercury return to the White Fang hideout, Emerald refers to Tukson as a rat. Mercury corrects her and calls him a cat, causing Emerald to question if he was like a puma. This is a reference to the second episode of Red vs. Blue, when the Reds obtain a Warthog and Grif says it looks like a puma. Furthermore, when Mercury and Emerald walk into Tukson's Book Trade, Tukson can be heard humming Red vs. Blue's theme, Blood Gulch Blues.
Honest Game Trailers: Counter-Strike (2015) (TV Episode)
Michael J. Caboose mentioned
Honest Game Trailers: Halo (2015) (TV Episode)
Mentioned by narrator
Camp Camp: Scout's Dishonor (2016) (TV Episode)
A doughnut shop in the background is called Donut Caboose.


Halo (2001) (Video Game)
they use it for close-ups of O'Malley in Season 3
Halo 2 (2004) (Video Game)
When the two teams are sent to the future, they are really in Halo 2

Featured in 

Anime Abandon: City Hunter (2014) (TV Episode)
clip shown


Halo (2001) (Video Game)

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