Chez Geek - Gag Reel - TableTop ep. 18


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Transcript:
WIL WHEATON: Hello internet.
There is no new TableTop this week.
But we have a gag reel from last week's episode Chez Geek.
Next week we will be back with a brand
new episode of TableTop.
It is the first half of Dragon Age RPG with Chris Hardwick,
Sam Witwer, Kevin Sussman, myself.
The game is run by Dragon Age RPG designer Chris Pramus.
It's going to be amazing.
I believe you will love it.
Also.
I think you will be interested to know this is the most I
have ever spent on doing an intro for you.
You're welcome.
The three most important things in our life were
getting drunk, getting laid, and doing another thing that
I've forgotten, slacking off.
-Still rolling guys, still rolling.
WIL WHEATON: That's what happens when you spend all
your time getting drunk and getting laid.
You forget very simple things like, I also
enjoyed goofing off.
Chez means house.
Actually, it doesn't.
Maison means house.
I don't know what Chez means.
I just know that it ends with a Z and it doesn't even sound
like a Z. French people are crazy.
At the beginning of the game each player will receive a--

I nearly said each play will receive a god.
At the beginning of every game, each player--
the game, not every game.
We're only playing one.
I know you want to watch us play a lot, but you're only
going to get one.
Don't be sad.
You can rewind and watch it again.
The goal of the game is to accumulate slack.

That'd be way cooler if it's just in one motion.
[BLEEP]
you, one thing.
Really?
Is that gone?
Tell me that's gone.
Is it gone?
I've played so much poker in my life that when I have two
cards in my hand I can't help but do this.
PAUL SABOURIN: How's that working out for you on this
game there?
WIL WHEATON: Uh--
PAUL SABOURIN: Because apparently you got whooped.
WIL WHEATON: Yeah.
STORM DICOSTANZO: I've got a stick--
WIL WHEATON: I've got an S and a D. But the flop's looking
great for me.
I have a pair of S's.
I have two pairs.
I've got an S and D.
PAUL SABOURIN: Oh, man.
WIL WHEATON: I'm all in.
STORM DICOSTANZO: [SINGING]
WIL WHEATON: [SINGING]
STORM DICOSTANZO: [SINGING]
PAUL SABOURIN: So you want how many?
You want one, two, three, four, five, six, seven.
Six.
[LAUGHTER]
WIL WHEATON: Why do you have to count my set?
That's awful.
ANDREW HACKARD: It's fun.
WIL WHEATON: That's like walking up to someone who's
morbidly obese and going [IMITATING JIGGLING FAT]
Yep, still morbidly obese.
ANDREW HACKARD: Oh.
[SINGING]
WIL WHEATON: Oh no, too much bass.
STORM DICOSTANZO: I'm not going to sleep.
PAUL SABOURIN: Wait everyone, let's give
him a little dubstep.
[IMITATING BASSLINES]
STORM DICOSTANZO: Then fine.
PAUL SABOURIN: Drop the beat.
WIL WHEATON: Wait a minute, this isn't the
way we left the game.
STORM DICOSTANZO: It looks like we won.
I don't know how it happened, it happened.
PAUL SABOURIN: It just came over here magically and wanted
to be with us.
WIL WHEATON: That's really weird.
PAUL SABOURIN: Storm and I win.
Yay.
STORM DICOSTANZO: Yay.
Good job Paul.
WIL WHEATON: Well, OK.
I guess you guys can go to the hall of we didn't actually
win, but we made it look like we did.
[MUSIC PLAYING]