Lock Out

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The LRR crew is invited to the Child's Play Charity Dinner and, predictably, get into all sorts of trouble.

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Lock Out

Date: December 14, 2007

Category: Shorts

Appearing: Paul Saunders, Kathleen de Vere, Jeremy Petter, Morgan vanHumbeck, Graham Stark, Matt Wiggins, James Turner

Also Appearing: Special Guests (Jerry Holkins and Wil Wheaton)

Writing: LoadingReadyRun (except for Matt, who was driving the bus)

Editing: Graham Stark

Location: Seattle

Synopsis

While James and Morgan discuss Paul's shocking weight gain, Paul makes a discovery: their hotel keycards don't work. Jer's exit provides a quickly-fleeting opportunity for entry, and he's no longer allowed to have keycards after ninja-flicking everyone in the head. Graham has the only other key, but it's been confiscated for his bad behaviour. What Would Wil Wheaton Do?

Trivia

  • Bill was absent because he didn't have an appropriate ID to cross the border.
  • Jer's ninjastics are a reference to EZ Industries.
  • This video was written on the bus, on the drive from Victoria to Seattle, with the hope of convincing Wil Wheaton and Penny Arcade to make the cameos they eventually would.
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