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.
War is hell
Did You Know?
In Episode 59 when Sarge is saying the Sniping order, Simmons asks doesn't that mean you go twice as much or ten times as much? Actually Sarge goes 2.7 times more then Donut and Simmons. See more
Junior's size constantly changes back and forth. This is particularly obvious when Tucker walks into Blue base during Sister's physical (Junior is suddenly adult sized in that scene, yet is small again in the remainder of the series). See more
But it was Simmons who found the underground cave.
By trying to bury you alive!
A tactic that was clearly multi-layered, once again Simmons' treasonous insurrection proves to be the glue that hold this unit together.
Episode 36 ("Nut. Doonut.") was originally named "Dr. No-No" when it was released as a Webisode, and was changed to the current title for the DVD release, although different titles keep appearing when the episode is downloaded from redvsblue.com, including "Blunderball", "You Only Spawn Twice", and "Dummies are Forever". See more
Followed by Red vs. Blue: Recreation
Written by Nicolas Audy-Rowland
Performed by Trocadero See more