|Red vs. Blue Episode|
|"Put Your Money Where Your Mouse Is"|
|Airdate|| February 15, 2020 (FIRST)|
February 16, 2020 (public)
Be the change you want to see! Sarge and Simmons demonstrate how to have your voice heard through internet petitions!
- The title of the PSA is a reference to the phrase "Put your money where your mouth is".
- It may also be a reference to the song of the same name by Jet.
- Simmons states he was rewriting the script for Star Wars: The Last Jedi inside of Red Base. This possibly references the poor reception the film received from fans.
- This PSA features cameos from several characters who have been absent for an extended period of time, including:
- Sheila since season 10. In addition, she appears as a tank for the first time since season 5.
- Junior since The End is Near. At the same time, he's small like he was in season 5.
- Epsilon since The End. Likewise, this is the first time he's appeared as a Monitor since Backup Plans.
- Kimball since Chorus Lessons.
- Freckles since Previously On. Likewise, this is the first time he's had a large body since Fire.
- Locus since Killing Time.
- A red zealot since Red vs Red.
- Jax since Docudrama.
- Atlus since Lights Out.
- The crowd that signed Grif's petition for Simmons to shut up are as follows:
- Sarge states that they were promised that after the petition succeeded, they would make a reboot of Avatar, but with red aliens and twice the Unobtanium. This references the reveal trailer for the 2009 film's sequel Avatar 2 releasing in 2021.
- The name of the fake Call of Duty game in a fake petition Simmons shows is "Call of Duty: Advanced Modern Black Op Wars IIII (in the future)" which is a reference to numerous Call of Duty titles including Call of Duty: Modern Warfare, Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare, and Call of Duty: Black Ops IIII.
- During Sarge's rant about petitions, he mentions Juan Wick, a supposed Cuban brother of John Wick. This may be a reference to the Juan Wick meme originating in John Wick.
- He also makes a petition to decide on an actor for a new Batman movie, referencing the numerous actors who played the role of Batman.
- The YouTube release of the PSA is titled Internet Petitions rather than Put Your Money Where Your Mouse Is.
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