First up, let's go ahead and bite the curb that is Game Grumps animated by revisiting a classic scene from when, after finishing their single one-off episode of Rugrats in Paris: The Movie on N64, Egoraptor was driven to suicide.
Vega Voverth has quickly become one of the most prolific animators in the shrinking circuit of Game Grumps animations. I say shrinking circuit because, since Jon left, it seems the animators have lost a lot of their enthusiasm to indulge in animating the antics of Game Grumps. It would seem that, without his animated voice and the conflict between Arin and he, there is little worth illustrating or revisiting.
This assumption, based on the next video, is clearly... WRONG!
I've covered iscoppie one other time when I highlighted this animated scene from the classic episode of Nickelodeon GUTS.This style is perfect for the light-hearted trips down Dan's memory lane.
This surreal and vivid hallucination, a walking hot flash animation of a walking wet dream dripping in sharp biting colors carved away with soft lines to create detailed scenes, will leave you smiling, sweating, and crying.
Showers are recommended.
And, if you thought that last story was a slightly inappropriate and very personal look at Dan's romantic life... let's end with Egoraptor talking about how he used to be part of a club of guys who showed off their wieners. His wife confirms the sum of all of our fears when she admits her beloved too part in many bratwurst parties. And I'm not talking about sausages.
P.S. It can't be unheard and it can't be unseen.