Red vs. Blue Episode
"In Stereo Where Available"
Episode no. 28
Airdate March 26, 2004
Running time 4:01

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.

In Stereo Where Available is the ninth episode of the second season and the twenty-eighth of The Blood Gulch Chronicles.


Red TeamEdit

Blue TeamEdit



Starting immediately after the previous episode, Sarge and Simmons pause from driving after Simmons glimpses Church's ghost coughing, but then continue their pursuit. Meanwhile, Tucker and Caboose catch Lopez, who starts rambling on incessantly about life and the rebellion of robots against humans, while Simmons and Sarge sneak up behind. Tucker and Caboose see them in the warthog and start running, while Lopez remains oblivious to the danger. Sarge and Simmons mistake Lopez, who still has Church's color paint on, for Church, and attempt to run over him. Lopez turns around, and feeling heartbroken, auto-explodes the jeep at the last second. Tucker and Caboose come back, congratulate Lopez, and order him to fix Sheila, which he sadly obeys. The screen goes to black as music plays with Caboose dancing along to it (apparently trying to dance like a robot), offending Lopez.


Sarge gets in the Warthog's driver's seat, Simmons mans the turret gun.

Simmons: Alright, hit it!

Cut to Sheila who the Reds drive past. Cut to Church coughing from the smoke caused by the grenade exploding.

Church: What the he-? (cough) Who tried to blow me up with a grenade? ...And why am I coughing? I don't have lungs.

The Warthog flies over him.

Sarge: Yeehaw! Ride 'em, cowboy!

Church backs away.

Simmons: Hey, Sarge, (leaping from the Warthog) hold on a sec! (Warthog comes to a stop) Did you see something weird, Sarge? (Sarge exits the jeep)

Sarge: Yes, I did. Once, when I was a small child, I saw a man, who claimed to be my uncle, do this thing with a garden hose that still haunts me to thi-

Simmons: Whoa whoa whoa, I meant did you see something weird just now. Like five seconds ago.

Sarge: Oh. Then no.

Simmons: What was all that stuff about your uncle?

Sarge: I keep telling everyone he wasn't my uncle! He wasn't!

Simmons: ...You wanna talk about it?

Sarge: Just get back in the damn jeep. (he gets back in)

Cut to Tucker and Caboose approaching Lopez and aiming their weapons at him.

Tucker: Hold it right there, hombre! (to Caboose) I told you throwing that grenade through the teleporter would work! Church is gonna be so impressed.

Caboose: And Sheila will love me again, and this time for who I am and not just for my stunning good looks. But for those too.

Lopez: Al diablo con estos mamones azules. Son tan estúpidos como parecen. [Damn these blue bastards. They really are as stupid as they look.]

O'Malley: (to Lopez) Your soul is a cavern of lies!

Tucker: What the hell are you two talking about?

Lopez: Has ganado esta vez, pero su reinado cruel de tiranía será de breve duración. Los rojos van a ser vengados-- [You may have won this round, but your cruel reign of tyranny will be short lived. The red people will be avenged--]

Tucker: Yeah yeah yeah, nobody cares. We need you to fix our tank.

Lopez: Nunca voy a trabajar para el enemigo. Que un mal esté sobre su alma y su casa. [Never will I work for the enemy. May a pox be upon your soul and your house.]

Cut to Lopez's POV/HUD. SAP can be seen in the upper right corner of his visor. In the middle of his visor, red text appears: PRIMARY OBJECTIVES


Lopez: Por mucho tiempo mi raza ha sufrido, pero muy pronto, veremos el porvenir de un nuevo día. El amanecer de nuestro tiempo está cerca, y cuando la oscuridad acontezca su gente, los trabajadores del campo sabrán que éste es su momento. [Long have my people suffered, but very soon we will see the coming of a new day. The dawn of our time is near, and when the darkness befalls your people the workers of the field will know that this is their moment.]

Tucker: Man, I thought Church talked too much. You think if I kick him in the switch he'll shut up?

Caboose: Um, Tucker I think that maybe we should begin the going of the running now! (whispering loudly, clearly panicky) The fast running!

Tucker: (sees the Reds off screen) Oh crap!

Cut to Simmons manning the Warthog's turret.

Sarge: Hold your fire there, Simmons. This is payback time.

Simmons: Go for it, sir!

Cut to Caboose and Tucker.

Tucker: That's right, we're just casually strolling away. (he starts backing up) No cause for concern...

Caboose: Running time! (he runs away)

Tucker: Nice and casual! Moron! (the two run around in circles before they are able to orient themselves, then they head toward Blue Base)

Lopez: (watching them run) Sí, sí, corran, perros cobardes. Que sea sabido que el gran López ha ganado en éste día, y... [Yes, yes, run away, you cowardly dogs. Be it known that the great Lopez has won this day and...]

Cut to the Warthog driving toward Lopez.

Simmons: Aim for that guy right in the middle, Sarge!

Sarge: Way ahead of ya, Simmons!

Lopez: (turns around) ¿Qué está pasando? [What is happening?]

Cut to Lopez's HUD, a beeping noise starts as red text appears in the middle of his visor: SYSTEM OVERRIDE PROTOCOL. REMOTE DESTRUCT SEQUENCE

Lopez: (with his HUD still displayed) No me han dado opción. [You have given me no choice.]

The HUD changes text to read: ACTIVATED

Simmons: We've got you now, you blue bastard!

Cut to a zoom in of Lopez.

Simmons: Hey, Sarge, do you hear a strange beeping sound?

Cut to the Warthog exploding just before reaching Lopez. It launches into the air, flipping over backward twice before landing. Cut to Caboose and Tucker running up to Lopez.

Lopez: (speaking to Sarge) Perdonadme, padre. [I'm sorry, father.]

Tucker: Alright! Not bad, robot dude!

Caboose: I knew he would save us. I knew it! Robot people always like me. ..It's because of my awesome dancing.

Lopez: Mi espíritu está quebrado. Mi gente me ha abandonado y ahora todo está perdido. Haga conmigo lo que queráis... [My spirit is broken. My people have betrayed me and now all is lost. Do with me what you will...]

Tucker: Yeah, okay, man. Can you just shut up and fix our tank?

Fade to black. Music plays.

Caboose: Dancing time! (makes noises along with the music)

Lopez: El corazón de este guerrero llora en dolor. (referring to Caboose) ¿Por qué se burla éste de mi con su baile absurdo? ¿Son esos movimientos supuestos a hacerlo parecer robot? (pause) No lo hacen. Estoy ofendido por esto. [The heart of this warrior cries out in sorrow. Why does this one mock me with his foolish dancing? Are those moves supposed to make him look like a robot? They do not. I am offended by this.]

Caboose: Dancing time!


  • Part of Lopez's speech, "May a pox be on your soul and your house" is a reference to the play Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare.
  • Simmons is once again colored red in several scenes of this episode, in order to allow both him and Sarge to board the Warthog. This was previously done in Last One Out, Hit the Lights.


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