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  • The_Squished_Elf

    6 days ago

    I can't believe I'm switching between laughing and crying over a show about idiots in the Halo universe... Y'all at RoosterTeeth who were involved, you are/were amazing.
    Also, just gotta say, I really felt the influence of Monty in this season's writing. Just makes it even more of a feels-heavy episode...

  • LazarouDave

    3 months ago

    Thus ending what is (In my opinion) the best season of Red vs Blue - The story, the feels and the action in one plot...it makes it so effective

  • CrassXbox

    6 months ago

    who is carolinas mom?

    • zach94

      6 months ago

      Allison maybe? (not Tex)

    • TheOneFreeMan

      2 months ago

      It is indeed Allison, its weird to think Carolina competed against her mother's memory. Thanks to the rvb fan guide for making this clear!

  • ShadowC499

    6 months ago

    feels...such feels

  • Rodger446

    7 months ago

    I was listening to Now That We've Come So Far in class the other day and started tearing up, this is the effect that red vs blue has had on me
    Keep up the good work Roosterteeth and Jeff Williams (& CO.)

  • hawks11champ

    7 months ago

    Spechless...

  • Coragamy

    8 months ago

    I have never cried watching a movie, except for Marly and Me. This almost got me.

  • BrandonAshe

    8 months ago

    the feels in this is real

  • Dracognia94

    9 months ago

    This is so frickin' terrific that I can't even put words to it. Great episode, great show. Cool, suspenseful, funny and touching...
    Love. It.

  • BasselToubbe

    9 months ago

    Well we all know the Director is Agent Carolina's father. It would have been an even sadder episode if she called him dad a few times, or if he called her by her actual name.

  • Camschnell Asshole Extraordinaire

    9 months ago

    Epsilon's speech at the beginning always got me. This is by far one of my favorite episodes.

  • ColinBusick

    9 months ago

    I've gone back to watch this episode so many times.

    The line "Hello Agent Carolina. Would you like to watch this file with me?" gets me every time. That, and as NicholasNea1 said, when Church swaps between the memories of the other A.I. fragments. Especially the anger in Theta's voice.

  • Col-Sarge

    10 months ago

    Seems like it is truly, the end of Red vs Blue

  • NicholasNea1

    10 months ago

    The speech epsilon does, where he swaps between the diffrent AI fragments is super powerful

  • angryboy2k7

    1 year ago

    Hey does anyone know what the song is at the end before the credits? The big build-up as Carolina and Church are talking?

  • SkyBase

    1 year ago

    this one had heart

  • dionvillarom

    1 year ago

    "never say good bye, if you don't say good bye, then.. you aren't really gone... you just aren't here right now."

  • yezzur421

    1 year ago

    Such an epic episode.
    However just saw the irony that Florida was sent to protect the Alpha, and then killed by him.

  • FishOnAir

    1 year ago

    5th time watching this episode, and I still cry so hard time everytime

  • chaosconrad

    1 year ago

    where can I watch the live action scene of lindsay? (the blonde in the video he's watching) I've seen it before but I can't find it.

  • andytheciderman RTCyclist/Keeper of Wine

    1 year ago

    Second time watching through the entirety of RvB (third through seasons 1-5) and I'd forgotten just how emotional it gets. This last episode....just....damn.

  • Franklin413 The Alchemist

    1 year ago

    This is honestly my favorite episode of the entire series. It captures so much emotion, and I just love Churches speech in the beginning.

  • lukealex23

    1 year ago

    Damn, anyone feel sorry for the Director? Its like not even his mind, or his own daughter even understood what he was trying to do. :( I really like how the Directors face was always concealed throughout this and the last season, only to be shown right at the end. Such a sad ending, but |I love how this shows how the events of the first episodes where put in place, did anyone also enjoy the scenes of Agent Florida? Cheers for another epic Season RT, Keep making more, and bring some more Freelancers in.

  • rails512

    1 year ago

    I question now, what happened to the video at the end of the credits. The video the director was watching over and over again. It played at the end if this episode but now is gone. So I've been trying to find it anywhere but it is no where to be found. Anyone know where it is?

  • Kettelino Netflix Enthusiast

    1 year ago

    Those last episodes just made me cry. :( Too much feels to handle. I'm so glad that there was so much story in this season.

  • knight638

    1 year ago

    I know a lot of people believe that Agent Texas is Carolina's mother but could the director also be Carolina's father? Think about it. When Carolina and the Director are face to face you can see that they both have the same eyes and when Carolina leaves the room the Director says "You were my greatest creation" and later clarifies that he wasn't talking to Epsilon. And because the Director and Allison were in a relationship that would mean that Texas is probably her mother too. This is supported by the fact that when Carolina talks about her mother telling her to never say goodbye, and how Epsilon latter mentions that she has the same temper as her mother. And yes I know there are a few problems with this theory like how the Director and Texas didn't seem to love or even care about Carolina, and that what the Director meant with the comment was based on training Carolina but I thought I had to put the theory out there.

  • Galm666 ODST

    1 year ago

    I get sad every time I watch this, hands down best story telling ever...yes of all time

  • Epixr

    1 year ago

    This is legitimately depressing. I've only cried on two movies, shows, and video game cutscenes, but this one was especially depressing...

  • GradualHD

    1 year ago

    DA FEELZ!

  • DarkDucky

    1 year ago

    Just re-watched the entire series, and I have to admit, season 10 made me cry several times. I think it started when I realized when Church is being tortured, we are watching out beloved character suffer, then CT's death, and this, and "knowing" that the Ballet Breakup is the last time Carolina and York see each other (alive) . This season is terribly sad.

  • sammyboy991

    1 year ago

    Third time through RvB and this still sends shivers down my spine

  • miania

    1 year ago

    my heart broke, more than usual

  • NOKlA

    1 year ago

    @cubedspartan
    Um, your information is completely inaccurate. Or I think you may be confused.
    Carolina IS the directors daughter, Allison (Tex) is his former wife also making her Caroline's mother. If you watch the episode again there's many evidence through dialogue and even physical appearances such as the eyes of Caroline and the director.

  • cubedspartan

    1 year ago

    I know that Tex is the directors daughter but part of me wish's that Carolina was his daughter since it would make so much more sense
    also this is my fourth time seeing the entire series and it still makes me shed a tear

  • Toryn87

    1 year ago

    This episode is, by far, the greatest and most heart-wrenching episode of the entire series. You just end up feeling bad for almost every single character. I especially love how Epsilon Church changes into each fragment, and how each fragment's personality directly reflects what he's saying (He was brilliant- Delta, And we trusted him- Theta... etc.). Bravo RoosterTeeth. Bravo. I only wish there were more AI fragments and Freelancers.

  • FishOnAir

    1 year ago

    Caboose mentioned "He's not here right now" in
    Season 7 chapter 3 at 0:26

  • Cortjester

    1 year ago

    Carolina armour change at 8:10?

  • sonicsoar

    1 year ago

    This finale is breaking my heart.

  • jgman179

    1 year ago

    It took me three times of re-watching this season to realize that the Director and Allyson are Carolina's parents. Mind = Blown.

  • YooniqueKwon

    1 year ago

    Carolina's quote at 2:20 man.........

  • dwarfdwarf

    1 year ago

    Makes me cry every time

  • Merrq1

    1 year ago

    RIP church you were a great leader

  • Ragicann

    1 year ago

    At the end Carolina says that some lower soldiers had got their hands on some Freelancer technology, but I don't think there's any left to be stolen. Maine/Meta eventually acquired most of the Armour Enhancements, (Tex's active camo, Carolina's speed and armour disguise, North's Motion tracker and dome shield, South's dome shield, Wyoming's time distortion and, through Wash, probably got Wash's EMP and York's healing unit. He also had Sigma, Delta, Theta, Gamma, Omega, Eta and Iota but they were all lost in the EMP blast. As for all his armour enhancements, the we're most likely lost with him on the cliff. If Maine didn't steal Wash's EMP and York's healing, then they would still have been with Wash, and still are, or have been destroyed with the destruction of Wash's old armour. As for the Alpha, Beta and Epsilon AI's, we know that Alpha de-activated, Beta was Tex, and Tex is dead, and Epsilon is still with Carolina at the present moment. And C.T.'s holo-clone enhancement was probably either lost after her death, or destroyed when the Blood-Gulch crew blew up Insurrectionist C.T. This is why i'm fairly cetain all of Project Freelancer is accounted for....

  • Rudy559

    1 year ago

    Allison is Carolina's mother and the director is her dad.
    At the end when the director is by himself and the door is closing you can hear Allison say she hates goodbyes and Carolina says her mother use to tell her that all the time.

  • ColeRobertVe

    1 year ago

    Well, here's to the past 4 or 5 days or so of re-watching the first 10 seasons of RvB. Man, a LOT of memories coming back to me. I've learned a few lessons from all of this. The biggest thing is when Carolina says "Your past doesn't define who you are, (it) just gives you the starting point for who you're going to be." That is something I can relate to personally. On another note, Captain Flowers, was Agent Florida, oh my begezuz that is crazy! Also, when the director said "Maybe next time around." A huge theme for the series has been reliving the experience to try and find the correct solution to fix everything. When Epsilon finally figured it out, the cycle stopped, but the Director never figured out how to let go. So...... does that mean he's going to relive everything until he can get it right? Just like Church/Alpha did when the bomb went off?

  • JoshuaJoeshO

    1 year ago

    I've been looking for the original video of Allison's Last Moments but I can't find it. It was apparently supposed to be at the end of this video, and I remember it being there but it isn't there anymore. Anyone know where I can find it?

  • enderwoman53

    1 year ago

    Did anyone else feel their heart just sink into their stomach at the end?

  • DavFree

    1 year ago

    If the sereis ended at 4:15, It would have been fine to me

  • Eptic

    1 year ago

    I'm so glad that the series didn't end, but if it did end here it would have been the best ending ever. Of all time.

  • Kolener

    1 year ago

    This question is coming from July 2014, but

    What did he men by,"maybe the next time around."?