Your Final Answer is a weekly skit-based comedy series that is centered around a boastful, unlucky and rather dim Grim Reaper, some guest stars, and a couple other characters. I know this is a bit different than the reviews and play throughs. They are very short bursts of comedy. Right now on episode 14.
Here's some examples, I'll post new episodes to this thread as they come in!
The newest episode, which guest stars Magic Steve:
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This week's episode is out, and in this one the Reaper gets asks what kind of dish can be brought to an office Christmas party. It starts OK enough, with some obscure jokes about the quality of certain Monty Python episodes, but then the Reaper ends up setting a really bad -- needs a PSA level bad -- example for all the Reaper kids out there.
This week's episode has the Reaper finds himself involved in a storage locker auction, and with it, a valuable Stretch Monster -- and the Reaper's hopes and dreams -- both of which are soon dashed by the entrance of a mysterious bidder!
This week's episode has the Reaper hoping to gather up some of those big view numbers by doing a Let's Play video. Sadly, it's not the Reaper doing the playing, but Grandpa Reaper and his Odyssey^2 Video Game Console from 1979. It's as dated as Grandpa.
Episode 22 -- The Reaper gets a question about software, and he's worried that the power of FCPX will go to his editor's head. It does. At least there's hot chocolate -- and a bunch of murderous bathing beauties! This episode is a live action take on a rather famous Warner Bros cartoon.
Episode 24! The Reaper suffers heartbreak, painful memories, and the painful stomach that comes from eating 20 boxes of confession hearts. All to a bizarre version of "You Light Up My Life" for the YFA Valentines Day Special!
The Reaper and DeadWest from ScreamingSoup.com compete in the Skeleton of the Year Pageant. Will a dark horse winner appear? Will the Reaper make it out alive, or less-more-deadish? And how stylist is he in a fruit hat? All these questions might be answered!
Episode 29, where the Grim Reaper takes a trip to New York city, somehow circa 1978, to visit the fabulous Studio 54 and dance the night away to a funk/metal version of the disco hit "I Love the Nightlife." Featuring a dancing ape. Something for everyone!
Episode 30, the Reaper relives the time he ran a pawn shop. Nothing of any value comes in, and that includes the actual customers! Both Captain Banana and the Beast have very ... personal ... items to pawn.
The Beast is sick so the Commie Beast fills in. The Reaper gives up and turns the whole show over to Steampunk Stalin. Contains many jokes about a 30 year old arcade game, something sure to make this video go viral!