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I just started watching these shows during my quarantine and holy shit I've never laughed so hard at the dark humor that I've known most my life. My marine humor in me makes it difficult to joke around in the civilian world so I love this shit! Thank you very much and I will support this till I fucking die!
Thanks so much for your support! What is you favorite show so far?
yeah I have watched a few myself and have been having a good laugh like how they poke fun at all the services lol
I just signed up and watched all the episodes of Recruiters: Mission First. My wife came in several times making sure I was ok since I was laughing so hard. Thanks for making this streaming channel. One question in Recruiters Ep 3 I believe when Butler and McCoy go out drinking and Butler loses him and start asking everyone "Have you seen my buddy Lenny??". Was that idea from the video game Red Dead Redemption 2 cause there's a mission in that game that was just like that scene. Thanks again, can't wait to see the other shows.
I personally don't know but let me check with the crew! Will get back to ya soon!
Hey Christopher! That's right! I was actually in the middle of writing Recruiters when Red Dead Redemption 2 came out. We had a scene where Butler and McCoy went to the bar but it was pretty different from what it is now. Then I played that epic mission in that game and totally rewrote the scene to mimic that mission and changed his first name to Lenny. Glad you caught that and that you laughed so hard at that show!
You did a great job at it !!! Keep up the great work!!!! Looking forward to more shows.
Meanwhile in the barracks for me?? Cards and darts with old farts, long story but yeah that's what my boot camp ass was nurtured with on my first duty station. Back in the days of iron men and wooden ships