"Kirby Super Star is one of the best SNES games, but Great Cave Offensive - I have never liked it. I- I forgot how long it is, too."
Arin: Alright ladies and gentlemen, welcome back to Game Grumps. Alright, go through that door.
Game progress Edit
The Game Grumps continue The Great Cave Offensive even further. They don't complete the mode, but in the next episode are shown to have given up and start playing Milky Way Wishes.
Jon gets increasingly irritated by the Great Cave Offensive. There is some serious confusion over where to go next, but Arin presses on while Jon follows, continually complaining about the game. He specifically states he loves Kirby Super Star but never liked the Great Cave Offensive mode.
At some point, Jon blindly jumps onto a warp star, not caring about the collectible treasures, believing the star would lead to the end. Instead, it only brings the Grumps back to a previous area, meaning they have to get back to the room they were just in again. Jon just gets more impatient about finally completing the mode.
The final 4 minutes or so are spent attempting to clear a timing-based puzzle involving Jon (as Kirby) riding on Wheelie (Arin). The reward for completing this is, ironically, the "tire" treasure. Jon is not amused.
(Arin looks for a new path while Jon follows, annoyed)
Arin: Over here...
Jon: This is the game that comes between us, Arin...
Arin: Over here... Over here...
(Jon spots a warp star and immediately jumps on)
Jon: Oh. Fuckin' this.
Arin: Noo! You missed the treasures!
Jon: I... read my lips...: I DON'T FUCKING CARE.
Jon: Next time on Game Grumps: more of this! Aren't you happy you didn't subscribe to YOGSCAST instead?
- The audio for the Game Grumps Animated episode, Kirby Ruins Friendships, comes from this episode.
- Esquirebob released a short animation based on the episode called What it All Means.
- At one point, the Grumps mention Milon's Secret Castle while talking about the maze-like map of the Great Cave Offensive.