Episode 33
Sonic '06 33
Series Game Grumps
Game Sonic '06
Description Rhapsody in blue hedgehog.
Release Date December 24, 2012
Length 15:27
Link Sonic '06: GREAT GREAT GREAT - PART 33 - Game Grumps
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"GREAT GREAT GREAT" is the thirty-third episode of Sonic '06.

Intro Edit

Jon: We're very precise here, we're very dice-dice here.

Arin: Okay hi. Okay hi.

Jon: *laughs*


Jon: It still hurts.

Arin: *pauses game* Do you wanna...?

Jon: No fucking keep going this is great.

Quotes Edit

"This game is not about control. It's about glitching through the levels in order to succeed" Arin

"Oww.... oww... I just got a massive headache...." Jontron

"Barry! Gonna have to hear that four times!" -Arin, asking Barry to loop the "Great Great Great" clip

"FUCK THIS SHIT!" -Arin, before Barry speeds up the game using a slower version of Escape From The City

"MAMA! OOOOOH!" "I DON'T GIVE TWO SHITS!" "I DON'T WANNA DIE....SOMETIMES I WISH I'D NEVER BEEN BORN AT ALL" "Carry on, carry on..." "No please don't..." Arin and Jon, singing "Bohemian Rhapsody" 

Trivia Edit

  • This episode marks the first time the Game Grumps played as Silver. The title comes from the point where the Grumps move Silver into 3 boxes of rings in quick succession, making Silver say "GREAT GREAT GREAT" as he collides with the ring boxes. This causes the Grumps to laugh histerically and ask Barry to replay it four times, to which he complies.
  • Jontron suffers from a massive headache, known as a thunderclap headache, in the very end. Most likely this is from him laughing so much, or just from his cold that he had at the time. Thanfully he recovered and was able to continue not-so-grumping in the next episode. (which was only minutes after this was recorded)

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