Blog:The Sins of Wallace Breen (The Crazy-Ass Group Show) (Fake Episode of Fake Show Collab)
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The Sins of Wallace Breen is an episode of the eleventh season of The Crazy-Ass Group Show: The Series, Television Presentation.
After Wallace wins the election and becomes the Mayor of San Los AngelAntonioyorkytro, Wallace decides to build the citadel, apply new laws and protecting the city. The Crazy Ass Group is furious about this and must get him arrested. Meanwhile Odo and Claire Emmett stay in Gran Canaria to bask in the heat and enjoy nightlife.
- To start off, the plot is very mean spirited and a Wallace Breen torture episode getting him arrested for applying new laws and protecting the city?
- Misleading Title: Despite its title, the episode does not tell what sins did Wallace Breen commit or whether Wallace Breen commit any at all!
- Almost everyone (except Wallace Breen, Postal Dude, Odo, Claire Emmett and Roxxane Wolf) are very unlikeable and wants Wallace Breen to get arrested.
- The song in this episode "End Breen" sung By Alyx Vance and Judith Mossman is awful and just as bad as "Smash a Cunt", the chorus is awful and repetitive and is just "Fuck Breen" and "Breen is Death" repeated over and over, not to mention that the song's instrumentals rip-off "In The End" by Linkin Park.
- Half Bad Ending: When Wallace walks to the stage he walks to the trap made by Grover and gets trapped in the net leaving him stuck and everyone (except for Alyx Vance and Judith Mossman) got away from it.
- The running gag of Issac saying "Weapons?" everytime Alyx Vance says "Anyone have ways?" while funny can get annoying.
- Most of the humor in this episode are utterly unfunny and horrible.
- Some unnecesssary filler scenes that fill up the runtime, these include:
- Grover taking a selfie.
- Judith Mossman eating big macs.
- All Engines Go! Thomas playing Grand Theft Auto 3.
- Freddy Fazbear annoying the customers on Dominos Pizza.
- Lincoln Loud eating Apples and Bananas.
- Issac Kiener trying a TikTok trend.
- Ash (Sun and Moon) and Meowth psychologically torturing Yoshi (who speaks full sentences, and is voiced by Owen Wilson for some reason).
- Drift violating a feminist.
- Lefty watching the scene where Ryuji and Taiga kiss in Toradora on Live Camera Reaction
- Lucas (Mother 3) insulting Anna Williams because she made fun of his mom.
- Most of the time the dialogue/lines are written painfully beyond comprehension such as the controversial "Leaders should not exist and its better without them" line from Alyx Vance and even the infamous "When good people die they deserved it When bad people they dont deserve it" from Judith Mossman.
- There is also a pointless scene where Lefty says his infamous "I aint fucking seeing this shit" line during the scene where Lefty watches the scene where Ryuji and Taiga kiss in Toradora on Live Camera Reaction Let alone that scene likely being done solely for meme-bait.
- As mentioned before Wallace Breen, Odo, Claire Emmett, Postal Dude and Roxxane Wolf are the only likable and tolerable characters.
- Cube, Chabwick, Karlie Dell, Kristie Inglethorpe, Chevre, Genji, Sniper (TF2), Vesta, Spy (TF2), Rouon Aro, Sukashine Ariku, Anna Knight, Jo Tarr, Ellie Thorsby, Holly Willoughby, Olivia Birchenough, Chocola, Tsugumine Cello, Akagami Hiiro, Prince Poo, Rosalina, Morrigan Aensland, Princess Zelda, Medic (TF2) and Jasmine (Miracle Tunes) are also likable as they join Odo and Claire Emmett on a trip to Gran Canaria.
- Half Good Ending: After Wallace Breen is trapped the guards found out that Alyx Vance and Judith Mossman was the one who set up the trap, they are arrested before faking the exposure and will be forced to do 30 days of community service.
- The subplot of Gran Canaria is a only good part of a episode.
- This episode introduces Postal Dude who became twice as likeable as his original counterpart and still has his charm in the Postal Games.
The Sins of Wallace Breen was panned by critics and fans of the show, notably for its mean spirited scenes for the sake of shock value, unlikable characters, dialogue and meme-baiting.
On IMDb, it got a 5.4/10 rating.
- The deleted scene where Pocoyo returns was reused in "The Expendabros".