Red vs. Blue Episode
"A Very Special Mother's Day Message"
Mother's day
Episode no. Unknown
Airdate Unknown
Running time 3:13

Red vs. Blue Season 2
January 3, 2004 - July 11, 2004

  1. Everything Old is New Again
  2. Motion to Adjourn
  3. Red vs. Bleu
  4. The Joy of Toggling
  5. Sweet Ride
  6. Last Words
  7. Nobody Likes You
  8. Nine Tenths of the Law
  9. In Stereo Where Available
  10. Radar Love
  11. I Dream of Meanie
  12. Room for Rent
  13. Me, Myself and You
  14. An Audience of Dumb
  15. Aftermath, Before Biology
  16. What's Mine is Yours
  17. Nut. Doonut.
  18. Dealer Incentive
  19. K.I.T. B.F.F.

A Very Special Mother's Day Message is a Mother's Day PSA of Red vs. Blue.


Red TeamEdit

Blue TeamEdit


Unhelpful viewers tips are given on what to buy mothers for Mother's Day, beginning with a display of what could go wrong, where Grif has bought his mother, roleplayed by Simmons, a series of gifts the latter despises. A scene is then shown in which Caboose, as the son, has made Donut, as his mother, a coffee mug which has already been broken and left elsewhere and all his money has been spent on Yu-Gi-Oh cards instead of a gift. Satisfied with the performances, Sarge then suggests an assortment of possible gifts using a scrolling list which moves too quickly to be read.


Fade in to Tucker and Sarge standing next to each other.

Sarge: Well hello. I'm Sarge from the popular webseries Red Vs. Blue.

Tucker: And I'm Private Tucker.

Sarge: We're here to talk to you about a very special event happening this weekend for many women. Maybe even one you know.

Tucker: That's right. This Saturday is Ladies' Night at the Rusty Nail and Screw!

Sarge: Ahruh, actually Tucker, I was talking about Mother's Day.

Tucker: What? Oh. Dammit!

Sarge: Ya know, a lot of kids out there are probably wondering what to get their Ma on this special day.

Tucker: Not me. She was a dirty tramp.

Sarge: That explains a lot.

Tucker: Finding the right gift for your Mom can sometimes be difficult.

Sarge: When giving a gift on Mother's Day, try to remember that your ma is a unique and special person.

Tucker: Whore.

Sarge: That can mean that going the safe route, might not always be so safe.

Tucker: Why whatever do you mean, Sarge?

Sarge: Let's take a look at an example. Grif and Simmons have politely agreed to help us demonstrate by performing a little skit.

Screen shifts over to Grif and Simmons.

Grif: I don't wanna do this!

Simmons: What're you complaining about? You got the easy part. I'm the one wearing pantyhose under my armor because Sarge believes in Method Acting.

Sarge: Don't you two make me come over there! Now get to demonstratin'!

Grif: (sigh) Mother. I love you because you violently squeezed me out of your womb.

Grif then holds up a bouquet of flowers.

Grif: Here are some flowers I bought for you at a flower place. Happy official day for mothers.

Simmons: Worthless daughter. How could you be so thoughtless? You know I am allergic to flowers. Also you're adopted and I never loved you. I will now send you to live in shame, with a robot foster family.

Screen tilts over slightly to show Church and Sheila.

Sarge: Whoa, Nelly! That didn't go very well at all.

Tucker: Flowers seem like the perfect gift because they are pretty and boring, like most women, but that plan sure backfired.

Sarge: Now let's take a look at what happens when you go to a little extra effort.

Tucker: Take it away, Donut and Caboose!

Camera moves over to Donut and Caboose.

Donut: Hello son, how are you.

Caboose: Sheila!? I mean mother? Because it is Mother's Day and I love you so, I made you a very ugly coffee mug in shop class today.

Donut: Oh, thank you my son, where is it?

Caboose: I left it at school. Also, it is broken.

Donut: Thank you my child, you always think of the perfect thing to do for me.

Caboose: I spent my allowance on Yu-Gi-Oh trading cards, and meat flavored bubble gum.

Donut: My angel.

Back to Sarge.

Sarge: (entering from the right) Aaand scene. So now you see how the personal touch, is what really makes all the difference when selecting a Mother's Day gift.

Tucker: What? That last skit didn't make any sense whatsoever!

Sarge: Exactly!

Tucker: This is retarded, I'm leaving.

Tucker then leaves.

Sarge: Remember kids, you only have one mother. Unless you come from a progressive home like Donut's. So be good to her on Mother's Day. And now, for those of you who still don't have any good gift ideas, here's a list of Sarge-approved items you might want to consider.

Sarge turns to the side to watch his list scroll by extraordinarily quickly. 

Sarge: Happy Mother's Day.

Cut to black.

Donut: (voice) Hey wait a minute! It's over already!? I didn't even get a chance to breast-feed anyone! Oh man, my nipples are already lactating!

Sarge's Gift IdeasEdit

Sarge supplies a list of gift ideas for Mother's day. All of them are repeated twice. Seen only for a second, here is the full listing:

  • Extra-bendy Cactus
  • Exotic Flightless Bird
  • Undercarriage Washer
  • Dispenser of Goodies
  • Yoga-tizing Spatula
  • Mutant Goblin
  • Argentine Man-Servant
  • Space Goo (or similar)
  • Fractal Misnomer
  • Rhinoplasty
  • Donkeyplasty
  • Nastyplasty
  • Old Shoe Horn
  • Old Horn
  • New Shoe
  • Smaller Crawdads
  • Sandbox (with box)
  • Transparent Ding-Gong
  • Articulated Thing
  • Round One (or likewise)
  • Extras
  • Candy with Tips
  • Somambulent Honkie
  • Misguided Dobo
  • Banjo Spaceship
  • Parachutes and Fishes
  • Tu Blave
  • Macchu Picchu
  • Most Postacio
  • Mustafa Portencio
  • Claven (sans nuts)
  • Sharks, all types
  • Wind Samples
  • Mutton
  • Extraordinary Slorf
  • Fineries


Mother's Day PSA

Mother's Day PSA

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