Red vs. Blue Episode
Episode no. 15.1
Airdate August 12, 2018 (FIRST members)
August 13, 2018
Running time 3:34
Writer(s) Jason Weight
Director(s) Austin Clark

Red vs. Blue The Shisno Paradox
April 15, 2018 - July 22, 2018

  1. The Shisno
  2. Incendiary Incidents
  3. Lost Time
  4. Sis and Tuc's Sexellent Adventure
  5. Headshots
  6. A Pizza the Action
  7. It Just Winked At Me
  8. Recovery
  9. Walk and Talk
  10. Caboose's Travels
  11. Sword Loser
  12. Docudrama
  13. A Time for Hammers
  14. Lights Out
  15. Paradox

Recycling is the first PSA to air in-between Seasons 16 and 17. It focuses on, as the title suggests, recycling.


Reds and BluesEdit


Sarge and Grif are here to show you how to Reduce, Refuse, and Reload your Reliable shotgun! Also something about Recycling.


Grif: Hi, I'm Private Dexter Grif from the popular web series Red vs. Blue.

Sarge: And I'm Sarge, here to talk to you about saving trash! Also known as recycling.

Sarge: Recycling is when idiots surrender their hard-earned waste to the man so he can build more "pediatric hospitals."

Grif: But unlike children, recycling doesn't have to be useless.

Sarge: That's right!

Sarge: Did you know we recycle shots from Red vs. Blue?

BGC Grif: Are we the product of some cosmic coincidence?

Sarge: No! And would you please focus?

Grif: Entertainment's built on recycling! Superhero movies compete with their own reboots at the box office!

Sarge: What'll their origin story be this time?

Grif: Recycling is energy efficient, which is otherwise known as laziness

Grif: So recycling a whole franchise is beautifully lazy. I-

Grif: I actually might need a second guys

Grif: Th-There's something in my eye

Sarge: Okay, how about this?

Sarge: A long dead TV show...

Grif: Uh-huh?

Sarge: The Motion Picture!

Grif: What?!

Sarge: Cast with longer relevant comedians and, hot randos.

Grif: (gasp) Flabbergasting! My every flabber! Gasted into space!

Sarge: The Kickstarter writes itself!

Sarge: And it's not just for Tinseltown folks. You can be as glamorous as Hollywood by saving resources! For instance pee in the shower.

Grif: Anyones'll do.

Sarge: Reuse Needles!

Grif: Frugal!

Sarge: Recycle jokes or have running gags.

Grif: And you know when you finish cereal and have milk left so you add more cereal to the bowl?

Sarge: Yes, siree.

Grif: Well, I've been recycling by feeding milk into the same ever bowl since childhood

Sarge: ha ha ha aha -wut?

Grif: It's oakey, peaty, and has a smooth burn on the after. [garbage cans] Grif: What isn't recycling is taking out your cans and bottles which you must never do.

Sarge: Really?

Grif: A startling reminder of how much you drink?

Grif: No, thank you!

Sarge: If you folks at home are anything like me, you'll end each season of your popular Machinima show with heaps of dead extras! [lots of bodies show behind Sarge] Here's a tip: scrape the bone meal from the walls of your trash compactor my friend, cuz that's triple-A plant food.

Grif: That sounds a...Intense.

Sarge: And, after a few years of it you'll go numb too.

Grif: Good?

Sarge: "I Know What You Did Last Summer" was released a year after I started. And wouldn't you know it there was a billboard right outside my house! Ahaha ha oooh! That was a very stressful movie poster.

Grif: That was like, 1997.

Sarge: Just be sure you save your corpse dissolving acid for next time.

Grif: (Background)Our first season was in 2003.

Sarge: That's! Reeeeecyclin! [Sarge next to recycle bins] Sarge: Once you're done, do the right thing and personally carry the recyclables up to the recycling plant

Sarge: Caboose! Yer up.

Caboose: Labor! Hooray! I personally love laboring as long as you help me with the plant food cuz it smells like my nightmares.

Sarge: Waddya use the plant food for anyhow?

Caboose: To feed the recycling plant!

A pit full of bodies is shown. Grif starts screaming, gagging, and runs to vomit off-screen.

Sarge: Caboose! Explain what you think a recycling plant is.

Caboose: Yeah. I wish I could tell you. I've been burying this stuff for years, but one's never grown.

Sarge: Do you mean to say we've been meticulously sorting our corpses from our cans for 15 years and we haven't recycled at all?!

Caboose: I guess not.

Sarge: Huh...Well! It's the thought that counts!



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