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Home Alone Games with Macaulay Culkin - Angry Video Game Nerd (Episode 164)

The Home Alone Theme by John Williams plays as the opening credits roll.

A CINEMASSACRE PRODUCTION

IN ASSOCIATION WITH BUNNYEARS.COM

STARRING JAMES ROLFE

AND MACAULAY CULKIN

YES, YOU HEARD RIGHT, MACAULAY CULKIN!

THE ANGRY VIDEO GAME NERD: HOME ALONE GAMES

The Angry Video Game Nerd is holding his santa hat on, frowning.

The Nerd: There, you want a Christmas episode? There. Now it's a Christmas episode. So, I think I've run out of shitty winter holiday games, so, you know what? I'm gonna give a present to myself... (shrugs) and just not play any shitty games.

Nerd's doorbell: Ding-Dong.

The Nerd: Hang on a minute.

(The Nerd gets up and walks to his front door. He opens the door to find Pizza Boy, played by Kevin McAllister himself: Macaulay Culkin, standing there, holding a pizza box.)

The Nerd: (looking down at the pizza) What's this?

Pizza Boy: A lovely cheese pizza; just for you.

The Nerd: You...

(Pizza Boy gives him a "do you recognize me" look.)

The Nerd:...got the wrong house; I didn't order any pizza. But I'll take it anyway.

He opens the pizza box to find Home Alone games on different consoles.

The Nerd: Oooohhhh, not funny.

Pizza Boy: Think of it as a gift; you owe it to yourself to play those games. I hear they're awesome.

The Nerd: No, they're not! Besides...

Footage from the games The Nerd describes is shown.

The Nerd (VO): I already reviewed both NES games: that first one where you're laying traps around the house that are enclosed in square tiles for no reason, where you're walkin' up the stairs like you took a dump, and that second one where you're running through the hotel, slidin' on your knees, fighting mops, vacuum cleaners and suitcases, and a chef that takes off his clothes.

The Nerd: I'm already done with that, so get this shit out of here! And you better believe I'm leavin' a bad Yelp review.

Pizza Boy: That's just the NES versions; maybe the rest of them are better. I mean, look at how many of them there are, I mean, they can't all be bad... can they?

The Nerd: I admit I haven't played the rest. Have you?

Pizza Boy: No, but they all have Macaulay Culkin in them. (fidgets) I mean, how could you go wrong?

The Nerd: Well, maybe if they're not as bad as the NES games...

Pizza Boy: Come on. Everyone in the world shits on these games, and maybe you could change the world's mind. I mean, come on.

The Nerd: Okay, fine! But you're not going anywhere! You're gonna sit right here and suffer with me!

Pizza Boy: (smiling) Okay!

Pizza Boy walks into the house.

Dissolve to Pizza Boy and The Nerd sitting. Pizza Boy is excited; The Nerd isn't.

The Nerd: Okay, so we're gonna take care of some unfinished business here, playing the rest of the Home Alone games with special guest: the Pizza Boy.

Pizza Boy: Yep, that's me. I'm the Pizza Boy. Pizza Boy. That's me.

Photos from Home Alone are shown.

The Nerd (VO): Home Alone was a phenomenon in the 90s; Kevin McAllister was a badass tactician, and every kid back then wanted to be just like him, fighting off the Wet Bandits and saving his house from getting looted.

Pizza Boy: Yep. Yep, me too. I wanted to be just like him. He was really handsome.

The poster for Home Alone, followed by a photo of Harry surrounded by the video games of the movie, as well as the specific video game consoles that are mentioned, are shown.

The Nerd (VO): So, of course, with the movie being such a big deal, there is bound to be tons of video game tie-ins, and I mean, like, tons, on every console imaginable. There is Home Alone games on NES, Super Nintendo, Game Boy, Sega Genesis, Game Gear, and even the PC and Amiga Computers.

Pizza Boy: Don't forget the European Exclusive on the PS2.

He holds up the PS2 version of the game.

The Nerd: NO!

The Nerd furiously takes the game and sets it aside; Pizza Boy covers his mouth.

Home Alone - PS2 (European Exclusive)[]

The cover for the PS2 game and the page for it on the Home Alone Wiki are shown.

The Nerd (VO): The biggest anomoly of the group is definitely the PS2 version. It was only released in Europe in 2006. Yeah, a while after the movie!

A poster for the movie is shown.

Pizza Boy (VO): Yeah, but that movie is just timeless.

Photos from the video game are shown.

The Nerd (VO): It is, but this game, by all known laws of physics in the universe, has no right to exist!

A photo of Albert Einstein is shown with the words "The real difficulty, the difficulty which has baffled the sages of all times, is rather this: how the fuck did Home Alone get made for the PS2?"

The Nerd (VO): The mere idea would baffle the greatest scientific minds of our time.

The Nerd: (holding the case) Besides, the style is completely different: it doesn't look anything like the movies, looks nothing like Macaulay Culkin, (Pizza Boy winces), I don't even know why we're talking about it, so let's just pretend it doesn't exist.

Pizza Boy: Agreed.

Pizza Boy takes the game and slowly sets it down, out of sight.

Footage from Home Alone 2 on the Game Boy and Home Alone 1 on the NES is shown.

The Nerd (VO): Home Alone 2 on Game Boy is just Home Alone 2 on NES, and Home Alone 1 on the NES... is just ass! I've talked about it before, but the most ridiculous thing about the game is that to win, you have to run around the house for 20 minutes. Seriously, who the fuck would sit and play this shit for 20 minutes?! You'd have to have some serious problems.

Pizza Boy: What're you tryna say, man?

The Nerd: Well, who am I to judge? I'm sitting here, playing games with the fucking pizza boy.

Pizza Boy: Wow, not cool.

The Nerd: You know, I wonder what Macaulay Culkin's doing right now; if he's ever played these games. I wonder if he'd approve.

Pizza Boy: Mmmmmm, No, I-- I-- I don't-- I don't think he would.

The Nerd: Oh, you say that, like, you-- have you met him before?

Pizza Boy: Yeah, you could-- you could say so.

The Nerd: (realizing) Oh my gosh! You're in the Home Alone movies, right?

Pizza Boy: Yep.

The Nerd: Y-- You were in 'em.

Pizza Boy: Yep.

The Nerd: You were, uh...

Photos are shown of...

The Nerd: (VO) ...the pizza boy in Home Alone.

Pizza Boy looks like he's about to lose it.

Pizza Boy: Yeah, yeah, I'm just...

The Nerd: Wow.

Pizza Boy: I'm still a pizza boy, I just...

The Nerd: Wow, that's...

Pizza Boy: Very method.

The Nerd: That's amazing.

Pizza Boy: Still Pizza Boy.

The Nerd: Anyway, let's move on with the games; let's do the Super Nintendo version now.

Pizza Boy: Yeah, let's do that.

Home Alone - Super Nintendo[]

Footage from Home Alone for the SNES is shown.

Pizza Boy (VO): You know what, Nerd? I can feel it. This one's gonna be good. I feel it in my... Pizza Boy bones.

The Nerd (VO): The object of is to run around the house, collecting valuable items to hide from the criminals. You can only hold a certain amount. When your hands are full, you have to drop them down a laundry chute which leads into a giant vault in the basement! Or Goro's lair, or whatever the hell this is.

Pizza Boy (VO): Look, I know the movie was a long time ago and stuff, but I don't remember Kevin gathering together... candlesticks, money bags and giant emerald rings, and then, throwing them down a laundry chute? But what do I know?

The Nerd (VO): The items are found in the most random places, (sees Kevin fish a whole pizza out of a toilet) like in a... toilet?!

The Nerd: (horrified) Wh-- I found an entire goddamn pizza! In a toilet!

Pizza Boy: (disgusted) Kevin would never grab anything out of a toilet...

The Nerd: (equally disgusted) Augh! Yeah, not even a pizza. I'm sure of it.

Pizza Boy: Yeah... Yeah... I mean, maybe I would have. You know, back in my... heady days.

The Nerd: You would have grabbed something out of a toilet?

Pizza Boy: Yeah.

The Nerd: Pizza?

Pizza Boy: (stuttering) You've never had toilet pizza?

The Nerd: Yeah.

Pizza Boy: Yeah.

The Nerd: Pizza shit.

Pizza Boy: Yeah. Oh, it's... I knew I liked you.

They break out laughing.

The game resumes.

The Nerd (VO): What is wrong with the McAllisters? They have pizza hidden all over the house, they have things hidden in bookshelves, picture frames, boxes, the bathtub...

The Nerd: (to Pizza Boy) Have you ever found anything in a bathtub before?

Pizza Boy: I found myself once.

The Nerd: Mmm.

Pizza Boy: Mmm-hmm.

The Nerd (VO): Also, who are these criminals?

Looks at an Asian gangster.

The Nerd (VO): That looks nothing like Joe Pesci! Do you think that looks like Joe Pesci?

Pizza Boy (VO): Nah, not really. I mean, I haven't seen him in a while, though.

The Nerd (VO): I mean, yeah, they have Marv and Harry in there, but who are all these generic cartoon mobsters? There's guys who pelt you with balls, and Oddjob from James Bond...?

Pizza Boy (VO): You know it's totally unfair when you pick Oddjob, anyway.

The Nerd: I mean they could at least have the gangster from...

Photo of...

The Nerd (VO): ...Angels with Filthy Souls on there.

Pizza Boy: Yeah... "Keep the Change".

The Nerd: I'd love to see more of that movie.

A photo of the VHS tape is shown.

The Nerd (VO): I wanna see the rest.

Pizza Boy (VO): Yeah.

The game continues.

The Nerd (VO): Your main weapon is a water gun that does diddly-dick. Seriously, it feels like every weapon is completely ineffective. And every time you die, you get Kevin screaming in your face!

The "Game Over" sign is shown, with the words "OH NO!" over a drawing of Kevin screaming, with the scream from the movie.

The Nerd (VO): And get used to it, because you're gonna see a lot.

The "Game Over" sign appears again.

The Nerd: Agh, I swear to God, next time I see Macaulay Culkin's face, I'm gonna ram my fuckin' fist right through it!

Pizza Boy looks alarmed and pulls his collar.

Footage from the Game Boy version is shown.

The Nerd (VO): I should also mention that the Game Boy version is pretty much the same thing, just with shittier graphics. It's kinda like switching from getting kicked in the balls with steel-toed boots to soccer cleats. Both fuckin' suck. But one sucks worse.

Footage from the SNES version continues.

The Nerd (VO): So in level 2, the items that you're collecting and hiding are toys. Yeah, that's right, Marv wants to steal his toys, a throwaway line from the movie became an entire level. At the end of each stage, you have to go down to the basement and fight a bunch of bats and rats!

Pizza Boy (VO): That didn't happen in the movie, I would know; I was-- I was there!

The Nerd (VO): Then, you always fight a boss, including a giant spider... and a ghost.

Pizza Boy: When have I-- I mean, when has Kevin had to deal with all this kind of shit?

The Nerd (VO): (sarcastic) Oh, the best is when you're collecting all the family pets that, according to your dad, are "rare".

Pizza Boy (VO): (slowly but surely breaking character) Did they really think I grew up in a house where giant frogs roam free in the hall? "Yeah, we just had those suckers hoppin' all around, all the time! Mr. Frog House!" I've never had to collect 35 pets, drop them down a laundry chute, and into a bank vault! Are you fucking kidding me?! What kind of asshole does this game think I am?!

Pizza Boy rips the cartridge out and stares at it, surprising The Nerd.

Pizza Boy: I can't believe they'd get away with this... I mean... you go to the store and... you see your face on a cartridge, and go like "I wanna play with myself, all day long!"

The Nerd looks at Pizza Boy's face, listens to what he's saying, and then looks at the cartridge.

Pizza Boy: Every kid deserves a video game based on themselves, am I right?

The Nerd suddenly begins to realize...

Pizza Boy: (finally breaking character) But no. No, they shat on me! They shat on my legacy! (begins crying) What am I gonna do?!

The Nerd: Wait a minute... You're not a real pizza boy!

He rips off Pizza Boy's name tag, "Pizza Boy", revealing another name tag with the words "Macaulay Culkin" on it.

The Nerd: (gasps) You're... M-- M-- Maculkin! I'm playin' "Home Alone" games... ...with Macaulay Culkin!!!

Shocked, The Nerd puts his hands on his face and does the Home Alone scream. Culkin looks at The Nerd with no amusement; The Nerd's mouth is open in shock, and his eyes wide with fear.

Culkin: Really? Really... Never seen that before. That's-- that's new. Can we just get back to the fucking games?

The Nerd: (snapping out of it) Right. Next up, Home Alone 2 on Super Nintendo.

Culkin: Alright, they-- I'm sure they've learned from their mistakes.

The Nerd: Yeah.

Culkin: They're gonna get it all together.

The Nerd: Mmm-hmm.

Culkin: And it's gonna be-- this-- (quotes The Goonies) It's gonna be our time.

The Nerd: Yeah.

Culkin: (continues to quote The Goonies) Our time, down here. Down here, it's our time.

The Nerd: Yeah, this one should be better. In fact, why don't you play this one, (hands the controller to Culkin) because, after all, they're your games.

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York - Super Nintendo[]

The game title is shown.

Culkin (VO): So this is the sequel where I'm Home Alone... "in New York..." Huh?

The game starts.

The Nerd: This looks very familiar. It's... like they just copied Home Alone 2 on NES! (sarcastic) Because that one was so good!

Culkin (VO): Killer vacuum cleaners, floating mops, violent suitcases, and angry old ladies with umbrellas.

The Nerd (VO): It's all back... just like the NES version.

Culkin (VO): Why is the entire hotel trying to kill me? I mean-- they have a bunch of fuckin' bombs behind the check-in desks! I mean, do they hate their child customers so much that they have to lob lobby bombs at them? And yes, that was pretty hard to say!

Photos from the second movie are shown along with the game.

The Nerd (VO): So in the movie, they're going after him because he stole a credit card, but in the game, they don't explain it's stolen, they're just going after a kid because he simply "used" a credit card. Gee...

Culkin (VO): (pretending to talk through a talkboy like in the movie) Credit card? You got it.

Kevin uses a gun with a boxing glove on the end.

The Nerd (VO): And did you remember ever using a boxing... glove... gun... in the movie?

Culkin (VO): That's your concern?!

Kevin defeats a chef, who then flips upside down, with his pants around his ankles.

The Nerd (VO): Was this part so important they had to repeat it in this game? Like, what's with the stripping chef?

Culkin: (looking traumatized) Why is the man upside-down with his pants around his ankles?

The Nerd (VO): Weird, man...

Culkin: (turns to look at The Nerd) Why?

The Nerd: It's weird, man.

Culkin: Hold me!

The two embrace.

The game continues.

The Nerd (VO): So, Level 2: you're in Central Park, where every criminal on the planet is after you.

Bats are shown, very much like the ones in the SNES Home Alone.

Culkin (VO): BATS?! Now there's bats! Bats again!

The Nerd: You know there's too many bats, when all the Home Alone games have bats!

Culkin: This game didn't jump the shark, it jumped the bats!

The Nerd: Was there one bat in the movie? I mean, c-- c-- honestly, d-- d-- was there just one? Anywhere?

Culkin: Are you familiar with my work?

The Nerd: I thought I was... now I'm not so sure.

Culkin: Me too... Hold me again!

The two embrace again.

Back to the game; Kevin knee-slides into rats to kill them.

Culkin (VO): Okay, with all seriousness. explain to me: knee-sliding into a rat. Who does that?

The Nerd (VO): That's one hell of a way to take out a rat. Have you ever, like, called up Terminix or somethin', and they come over and start knee-sliding through all the fuckin' rats?

Culkin (VO): And why are the rats bloody? Do they have the plague?!

Kevin meets the pigeon lady. A photo is shown of the movie pigeon lady, followed by footage from the game. Another photo follows, then more footage.

The Nerd (VO): Oh, and there's the pigeon lady. Just the friendly old pigeon lady... tryna kill you! She was your friend in the movie, I mean, yeah, okay; Kevin was scared of her at first, but, in the game, they just make her full villain.

A photograph of a turtledove statue in the movie is shown.

Culkin (VO): Looks like I'm getting rid of my turtledove...

The game continues.

The Nerd (VO): Well, I guess they were running out of ideas for stage bosses.

Culkin (VO): I don't think they had any ideas to begin with. I mean...

The stripping chef is shown again.

Culkin (VO):...did you see the stripping chef? 'Cuz that's seared into my mind.

The game continues.

The Nerd (VO): The next stage you're running around this confusing warehouse, setting traps for Marv and Harry, which at least follows the movie.

Bats are shown again as Kevin climbs down an exterior ladder. In the next shot, a trash can lid is shown floating, blocking Kevin's way as he runs from Marv.

Culkin (VO): Aha, but then you go outside again to fight more bats. And floating trash can lids! I mean, what does this take place in, the Ghostbusters universe or something?

Kevin climbs a tree to escape Marv and Harry.

The Nerd (VO): But we've now arrived at the cream of the crop: you climb a giant tree, with a freaky evil face.

Culkin's face turns blank. The Nerd grows concerned. Creepy music plays in the background.

Culkin: Y'know, once I had to fight a demonic tree... It was terrible... I don't know how the game developers found that out.

The Nerd: "Demonic evil tree"? They-- They exist? And this... this happened to you? Do you remember, like, what... ...um, how did it... happen? Li-- what...

Culkin: It was a long time ago.

The Nerd: I know, I know, it's--

The Nerd embraces Culkin again, but this time, Culkin turns demonic.

Culkin: DON'T TOUCH ME!!!

The Nerd retracts.

Culkin: (quietly) Back to the tree.

Back to the game.

The Nerd (VO): So you take out Marv and Harry on top of the tree, the pigeon lady comes to help, you're reunited with your mom, the bandits are locked up, and that's Home Alone 2 in a nutshell! Just like the movie.

Culkin: (sadly; as the ending music plays) Both Super Nintendo games suck. I thought at least one of them would be good. They besmirched my good name. I-- I don't think I'll ever live this down...

He turns to the side and starts crying; The Nerd looks on in sympathy.

Culkin: The holding is back on.

The Nerd: Okay.

He holds Culkin and pats him on the back.

The Nerd: Don't worry, Mac. We'll find one that's good. I promise. 'Cuz next up... Home Alone on Sega Genesis.

Culkin: Oh god...

Home Alone - Sega Genesis[]

Footage from the game is shown.

The Nerd (VO): The game has you goin' around the neighborhood as Kevin on a rocket sled or somethin'; you go to different houses and lay traps for the Wet Bandits.

Marv walks right into a blowtorch, his entire body is charred.

The Nerd (VO): Yeah, torch 'em! MMMMMM!

Culkin (VO): The traps thing, that's-- that's from the movie!

The Nerd (VO): Also, you can find items to create weapons, kinda like a crafting system. Pretty ambitious for a Sega game. There's 5 different houses to protect. There's this old house with breaking floors...

Kevin falls through rotting floorboards and plummets 2 floors down.

Culkin (VO): Holy shit! Kevin just fell through 2 floors of that house and he's totally fine! Alright, he's pretty badass.

The Nerd (VO): Some of the houses have their own hazards; in the mansion, there's a crazy spider that attacks anyone who gets near it.

Culkin (VO): (realizing) Hey, it's... 

A photo is shown of Marv screaming. On his face is... 

Culkin (VO): ...Buzz's tarantula. 

Both: Just like the movie! 

The game continues. 

The Nerd (VO): So there's this house with this asshole cat that claws the fuck outta Kevin, a futuristic house with robots, and a haunted house with a ghost. They'll attack Kevin if he gets near, but they'll also fuck up the Wet Bandits, too. So pretty much all you have to do, is fuck up the Wet Bandits enough before they loot the whole house. You do this by filling up the pain meter by getting them to step on traps or shooting them. Save all the houses, and the police will come and take them away. And that's the Genesis version.

The Nerd: Eh. My conclusion with this one is that... uh, it's a little cartoony, takes some liberties here and there, but overall... it's not too bad! So, you see, Mac, there's hope.

Culkin: You really think so?

The Nerd: I think so, because there's a second one on Genesis, and this one, I bet they learn from their mistakes; I bet this one's gonna be even better. So this is it, we're just one little step away. Get ready!

Culkin: Crank up that puppy!

The Nerd: Get ready for a good Home Alone game!

Both: Yeah!

Home Alone 2: Lost in New York - Sega Genesis[]

The first image of the game is shown. Kevin says "My family's in Florida and I'm in New York". He raises and lowers his eyebrows multiple times. Culkin looks confused, The Nerd looks furious.

The Nerd (VO): Well, this is off to a frustrating start. Why is everyone in the entire airport tryna kill you? What did Kevin do to instigate all this?  

Kevin throws baseballs at businessmen.  

Culkin (VO): I mean, maybe because they had me pelting innocent businessmen with baseballs? "Here comes Kevin McAllister; he gives 'em a big ol' concussion with a fuckin' baseball!" Right to the dome, look at that! Bam!

He knocks out a balloon salesman.

Culkin (VO): I'm shooting a poor balloon salesman... ...and stealing his balloons to get past the TSA.

Culkin has a blank expression; his eyes glazed.

Culkin: (mumbling) They're making me a fuggin' asshole!

Kevin defeats airport security by stepping on a water fountain.

The Nerd (VO): At least you get to see Kevin take out airport security with a water fountain. And then they all just fall through the floor, while Kevin looks at you like, "What the fuck?"

Culkin (VO): What the fuck?

The Nerd (VO): In level 2, you're navigating through the cargo docks or whatever, where they move the baggages. I never would have imagined airports have a maze of moving platforms, conveyor belts, pipes, and pistons. If you step on certain spots, you get teleported to another area! Everywhere I try to go, I get sent back, and I have to do half the level all over again! FUCK!

Culkin (VO): FUCK!

The Nerd: Agh, you give this a try!

He hands the controller to Culkin. Culkin slowly takes it.

In the game, Culkin falls down a pipe.

Culkin: Fuck.

Kevin gets crushed by an airport security officer's suitcase.

Culkin: (slowly losing his composure) Fuuuck.

Kevin gets knocked off a platform by a thug.

Culkin (VO): Fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck-fuck!

Culkin: (sobbing) What are they doing to meee?!

He inhales deeply.

Culkin: Fuuuuuuuck.

Kevin gets knock off a platform by a suitcase, and then strangled by Marv, he screams.

Culkin: It's the worst one of all!

The Nerd: Wow, people ask me why I'm so angry: it's because these games ruined my childhood!

Culkin turns to him.

Culkin: YOUR childhood?! I mean, it's bad enough that you have one game based on you, but what about TEN?! (stammering) Is-- is this how you live? I mean, it's every boy's dream! To be in a video game! And then it turns into a fuckin' nightmare! A child nightmare!

The Nerd: Alright, just let it all out. Let it out! Go for the Nerd rant!

Culkin: This game is like... ...poop! From a... ...a buffalo butt!

The Nerd: Diarrhea, it's gotta be diarrhea! Just go for it!

Culkin: Okay! I got it...! (explodes) I would rather do a human centipede with the Wet Bandits! (The Nerd slowly becomes grossed) Marv in my mouth, HARRY IN MY ASS! I'll turn them into the Sticky Bandits!

The Nerd: (disgusted) Augh, dude! Augh!

Culkin: No, think about it. Think about it. Close your eyes.

The Nerd: Naw, I-- No I don't....

Culkin: No....

The Nerd: And that's from the web series that brought you "Shredder's my ass and Splinter's my balls!"

Culkin: Nice.

The Nerd: Well, Mac, sorry your games suck, but I know something we can do to make us feel better.

Home Alone Traps Remake[]

Fade to The Nerd unravelling the "Battle Plan", Home Alone-style. Carol of the Bells plays in the background. A montage begins:

  • Culkin and The Nerd set down an assortment of toy cars.
  • The Nerd uses a lighter on the doorknob.
  • Culkin ties rope to a paint can, and tests the rope to make sure it is secure.
  • The Nerd puts glue down on serran wrap, and sets it on a doorframe.
  • The Nerd sets down an electrical fan and Culkin sets down feathers in front of it. They both nod in agreement.
  • The Nerd nails a flamethrower to the wall.
  • Culkin pours gasoline out of a jerry can into the toilet.
  • The Nerd holds rope holding up an iron and ties it to the ceiling.
  • The Nerd puts the feathers into the grid of the fan.

The game cartridges walk, marionette-style, into the traps.

  • Home Alone 1 and Home Alone 2 on NES walk onto the car trap and slip.
  • Culkin releases the paint bucket, causing it to fly directly into the path of Capstone's Home Alone - The Computer Game, knocking it off the arm of a couch.
  • Home Alone 2 - Lost In New York: The Computer Game walks into the glue-covered serran wrap. The fan activates, sending feathers flying onto it.
  • The iron falls from the ceiling, crushing down the SNES Home Alone 2.
  • SNES Home Alone touches the burning hot doorknob.
  • Genesis Home Alone 2 walks up to the flamethrower, which ignites, setting the top half of it on fire.
  • The same game walks to the toilet trap, dives into the toilet, and explodes.

Both: (doing the Home Alone pose) Yes!

A beat.

Culkin: So, uh, you wanna play Good Son on... Jaguar CD?

The Nerd: Fuck, yeah!

Culkin: Let's do this.

They walk towards the left of the camera.

The Nerd: Alright, that sounds good. Okay.

Laughter is heard from behind the camera.

Special thanks to: BunnyEars.com.

Cinemassacre.

Intro Animation by Ryan Stout.

Intro Music by A_Rival.

Special Thanks: DJB Specialties, Peter Logan, Jim Ross.

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