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Red vs. Blue: Season 9 (2011)

Red vs. Blue Season 9 (original title)
The beginning of the end of Project Freelancer is revealed, while Epsilon relives his Blood Gulch memories in search of Tex.



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Credited cast:
Mark Bellman ...
Delta (voice)
Jen Brown ...
Carolina (voice)
F.I.L.S.S. (voice)
Chris Demarais ...
Freelancer ODST (voice)
Sean Duggan ...
York (voice)
Pilot (voice)
North Dakota (voice)
Red Demo Man (voice)
Dan Godwin ...
Donut (voice)
Ian Hecox ...
Gun Guy #1 (voice)
Sarge (voice)
CT (voice)
Ground Soldier #2 (voice)


The beginning of the end of Project Freelancer is revealed, while Epsilon relives his Blood Gulch memories in search of Tex.

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15 November 2011 (USA)  »

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Red vs. Blue: Season 9  »

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Pvt. Michael J. Caboose: Now when he gets up here, remember the plan.
Pvt. Lavernius Tucker: Plan? What plan?
Pvt. Michael J. Caboose: We only have one shot at this, don't let it fall apart.
Pvt. Lavernius Tucker: Why are you talking to me like this is supposed to make sense? Is this another one o' your idiot schemes to make Church your best friend?
Pvt. Michael J. Caboose: Okay shhh- remember, let me do the talking.
Pvt. Lavernius Tucker: Do the talking about what, idiot?
Pvt. Michael J. Caboose: Don't worry, I got this.
Pvt. Lavernius Tucker: What would I be worried about, I don't even know what you're doing.
Pvt. Michael J. Caboose: [Church shows up out of breath] Hey Church, welcome to the cliff.
Pvt. Leonard L. Church: Hey ...
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The successful Machinima series returns to its roots.
10 September 2012 | by (Norway) – See all my reviews

Red vs. Blue's 9th season was kind of a mixed experience, but in a good way, as we get two separate story arcs to witness over the course of the season. In each episode, we'll get a little from the first story arc, and a little from the other.

The two story arcs in this season are closely interwoven into the RvB saga as a whole and serve to add a lot of depth to the mythology the series has created.

The first plot is set right where season 8 left off. Church Epsilon has entered the memory unit in search of Tex, and has ended up in a "memory" of Blood Gulch, essentially letting us revisit the day-to-day misadventures of the reds and blues that we love oh so dearly from "The Blood Gulch Chronicles" (that is, season 1-5). Once again we'll rejoice over Caboose's mind-boggling stupidity, Tucker's whining, Donut's questionable pastimes, Sarge's nonsensical metaphors, Lopez's sarcastic nature and so on and so forth.

This arc essentially returns RvB to its proverbial roots back in its early days, and it is a joy to experience.

The second arc continues to detail the past of Project Freelancer. As we get further insight into Tex's origins, what eventually ruined the project, and Carolina's fall from grace. This half of the season is more about action than comedy, but it's some pretty damn good action to boot.

The two arcs combines makes Red vs. Blue: Season 9 a great addition to the RvB saga.

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