Twenty years after a fungal infection obliterated most of the U.S. population and turned the victims into infected monstrosities, Joel is tasked with escorting Ellie to the Fireflies to help reverse engineer a cure. However, this isnt easy for either of them, since Joel has been left almost permanently bitter after the death of his daughter, and Ellie is distrusting of him. Written by
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While shooting the climax of the game, Troy Baker (Joel) kept dropping his prop gun and having to have the scene be re-shot several times before director Neil Druckmann instructing him to continue with the scene no matter what and also told Merle Dandridge (Marlene) to randomly start singing her dialogue. While Troy Baker was told not to stop, he went along with it and started singing as well, and went through the entire scene singing their dialogue. Troy Baker ended the scene by picking up Ellie and going "dun dun dun dun dun dun dun". See more
A character siphons gasoline out of a truck's tank. However the siphon's outer end is held higher than the gas level (and the tank's opening) which would stop the siphoning. After that, the siphon is left hanging from the tank without purging, which would actually spill the gasoline. See more
What did the green grape say to the purple grape? "Breath, you idiot!"