ROAD TRIP: Energy Shotgun
|"Manliness is in direct proportion to largeliness!"
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Energy drinks in a confined space made for an interesting first day on the road.
Date: July 26, 2007
Category: On Location
Camera: Paul Saunders
Editing: Graham Stark
Location: Brinnon, Washington, U.S.
On the drive down to Comic-Con clad in their new Christian T-shirts, some of the crew need energy drinks immediately, so they shotgun them. Smashing the cans on their heads is less successful, however.
- This video is unusual at the time for being posted on a Thursday rather than a Friday. On Friday the crew was at ComicCon in San Diego.
- The crew originally thought the shirts, which included a Jesus button parody of the Staples "easy button" and "Orange Christ" superimposed on the "Orange Slice" logo, were intended to be parodies, because obviously using corrupted corporate logos as a medium for evangelism can only be a joke. Not in America!
- While encouraging/making fun of Morgan, Bill lists "Caffeine, taurine, and guanamine." Caffeine and taurine are common ingredients in energy drinks. "Guanamine" might refer to Guarana, which is also in some energy drinks.
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