|Red vs. Blue Season Three|
Official Red vs. Blue Season 3 DVD cover.
|Filmed using|| Halo: Combat Evolved|
|Genre||science fiction; comedy|
|Running time|| 136 min. (episodes)|
131 min. (DVD)
|Created by|| Burnie Burns|
|Voices|| Burnie Burns|
|Release(s)||October 12, 2004 - May 18, 2005|
|No. of episodes||19|
Season 3 of the machinima web series Red vs. Blue: The Blood Gulch Chronicles began airing on October 12, 2004. This season continues the story, with the Blood Gulch boys finding themselves in the future, fighting off a bounty hunter and a robot army. The season introduces the use of the Halo 2 engine, as well as the Marathon Trilogy engine. It is the third full season of Red vs. Blue.
The third season of the action-comedy series Red vs. Blue and part of The Blood Gulch Chronicles. The universe is in chaos, and the final hope for humanity is two-thousand years in the past with a fast-talking computer that loves knock-knock jokes. What could possibly go wrong?
- Tucker (17 episodes)
- Caboose (17 episodes)
- Tex (14 episodes)
- Church (14 episodes)
- Andy (7 episodes)
- Sheila (6 episodes)
- Captain Flowers (1 episode)
- O'Malley (14 episodes)
- Lopez (14 episodes)
- Doc (13 episodes)
- Red Zealot (6 episodes)
- Gary (6 episodes)
- Wyoming (4 episodes)
- Zealots (3 episodes)
- Vic (2 episodes)
- Francisco Montegue Zanzibar (1 episode)
- Robot Number 2 (1 episode)
- Yellow Church (1 episode)
- Alien (1 episode)
|#||Episode Title||Running Time||Description|
|39.||The Best Laid Plans||8:22||The Reds and Blues find themselves scattered across the universe as they attempt to hunt down the evil mastermind O'Malley.|
|40.||Visiting Old Friends||7:22||At Battle Creek, Sarge and Caboose try to escape from a bizarre battle between two groups of unknown Red and Blue soldiers.|
|41.||Let's Get Together||6:14||O'Malley sets his evil plans in motion, while the Reds and Blues debate their next move.|
|42.||You're the Bomb, Yo||6:03||Church and Grif get used to life on the inside, while Simmons and Donut make an attempt at reprogramming the teleporters.|
|43.||Make Your Time||10:09||The Reds and Blues must work together to stop O'Malley and disable the ten megaton bomb inside Church's robot body.|
|44.||We Must Rebuild||3:38||Grif and Simmons try to make sense of their new futuristic surroundings, while Caboose and Donut make an important discovery.|
|45.||New Toys||4:58||Sarge and Donut attempt to fix the Warthog while O'Malley, Doc, and Lopez inspect their new home.|
|46.||We're Being Watched||5:48||O'Malley, Doc, and Lopez run into an unexpected visitor. Meanwhile, the Reds intercept a transmission from an old adversary.|
|47.||It's a Biological Fact||5:34||The Reds and Blues meet up with Tex on the beach of Zanzibar and plot ways to infiltrate O'Malley's compound.|
|48.||Heavy Metal||6:29||Sarge and Tex lead an offensive against O'Malley, with Caboose doing some heavy lifting.|
|49.||Roaming Charges||7:00||Church seeks help from an ancient computer, while the Reds search for Lopez's missing head.|
|50.||Silver Linings||16:29||Church travels back in time in an attempt to fix all his past mistakes in Blood Gulch.|
|51.||Episode 50 Part 2||8:41||Church discovers that the events of the past are hard to change, and even harder to believe.|
|52.||Have We Met?||10:24||Church's travels through time lead him into an unexpected temporal loop of confusion.|
|53.||Let's Come to Order||4:42||Tucker shows off his new sword to the Blues while the Reds "monkey about".|
|54.||Hello, My Name Is Andrew||5:22||The Reds debate over the source of an incoming distress signal while Caboose introduces everyone to his new friend, Andy.|
|55.||Defusing the Situation||5:02||The Blue Team tries to calm down Andy, and Grif gets the wrong idea.|
|56.||Calm Before the Storm||5:10||O'Malley uses Lopez's Robot Army to begin his attack on the Reds and Blues... his very, very slow attack.|
|57.||The Storm||8:21||As the Reds escape by tracking down the source of the distress signal, Church tries to figure out the prophecy of the "Great Destroyer" as O'Malley's Robot Army inches closer.|
Thanksgiving Day PSA: Indigestion 2004Edit
For Thanksgiving, Sarge announces his plan to out do the turducken with his own improbably complex creation, while Grif and Church try to point out the difference between Red vs. Blue and Red and Blue states to confused viewers as the 2004 general election loomed.
Winter PSA 2005: Cold & Flu Season TipsEdit
Celebrating Christmas 2004 in the wasteland without Church, the teams reminisce about the previous Christmas, and how he ruined it for them all.
The teams prepare for the 2005 Sundance Film Festival.
Members of the gulch compete in Halo 2 against Bungie Studios, and are defeated.
The Blue Team traipse through the new maps of Halo 2 in order to find their parked car.
- In Episode 41, when it cuts to Sidewinder it shows a skull. This could be private Jimmy's skull. Despite Church's past being largely fabricated, Why They're Here reveals Private Jimmy did indeed exist.
- During the shift into the newly-released Halo 2 engine, Season 3 featured a number of experiments made by Rooster Teeth, with the characters featuring changes in sub-colors and emblems. These experiments only lasted a few episodes however, and were discarded in the remastered editions.
- During the production of Season 3, Rooster Teeth discovered how to drop weapons in the Halo 2 engine, allowing them to both increase the usable aspect ratio of the game's camera and remove the need to constantly "nudge" the camera character to avoid causing a first-person viewing of the weapon.
- Red vs. Blue official site
- YouTube Season Playlist
- YouTube Remastered Playlist
- The Unofficial Red vs Blue Resource Site
|Red vs. Blue|
|Season 1 · Season 2 · Season 3 · Season 4 · Out of Mind · Season 5|
|Recovery One · Reconstruction · Relocated · Recreation · Revelation|
|Season 9 · MIA · Where There's a Will, There's a Wall · Season 10|
|Season 11 · Season 12 · Season 13|
|PSAs · Special Episodes · Animated · Season 14 · 360|
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