It’s the male freelance assassin Wyoming from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s Tucker of the Blue Team from Red Vs. Blue!

"Dude, I take it back.  You can totally pick up chicks in a tank."

It’s the female freelance soldier Tex from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s Simmons of the Red Team from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s Sarge, commander of the Red Team from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s the Spanish-speaking robot Lopez from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s the yellow soldier Griff of the Red Team from Red Vs. Blue!

"My armor is orange!  Why does everybody think it’s yellow?!"

It’s “light-red-ish” Donut of the Red Team from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s Doc DuFresne, the unaffiliated pacifist from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s Church of the Blue Team from Red Vs. Blue!

It’s Caboose of the Blue Team from Red Vs. Blue!

“Don’t get your panties in a wad there, Barbie.”

It’s the red team!

Halo sucks.  Red Vs. Blue is amazing.  I just want to make that clear.  It’s a horrible game and a great animation tool.

“But there would be no Red Vs. Blue if there was no Halo!”

I didn’t say Halo doesn’t exist, I said it’s a horrible game.  Cry me a river, Jeff Small.

It’s the main character from the over-rated Halo series, Master Chef!  And tonight’s secret ingredient is.. PUFF PASTRY!!!

Iron chef = master chef.. get it?

It is a common misconception that the Red Vs. Blue series was created using the game Halo.  In reality, the game was designed solely for the production of the Red Vs. Blue comedy series.  The popularity of the game series is an unintended side-effect resulting from far too much guy-on-guy manlove and the growing epidemic of small children allowed to play games intended for adults.

"Yeah, Caboose, that’s right.. I’m a gay robot."

Red vs. Blue