Red vs. Blue: Recreation is the seventh full season of Red vs. Blue. The first episode aired on June 15, 2009, with new episodes being released each Monday at 9 PM CST. It is the direct sequel to Relocated and follow-up to Reconstruction. It is the second installment in The Recollection.
Red vs. Blue: Recreation is the seventh season of the action-comedy series Red vs. Blue and is part of the Recollection trilogy. Buried beneath the sand is the answer to a mystery more dangerous than anyone could possibly understand. It's the perfect mission for a bunch of ragtag soldiers who don't know what they're doing anyway.
- Sarge (Trailer; 19 episodes)
- Grif (Trailer; 19 episodes)
- Simmons (Trailer; 17 episodes)
- Donut (Trailer; 16 episodes)
- Lopez (Trailer; 13 episodes)
- Holo-Grif (1 episode)
- Caboose (Trailer; 19 episodes)
- Tucker (8 episodes)
- Epsilon (6 episodes)
- Church (Trailer)
- Tex (Trailer)
- C.T. (8 episodes)
- Smith (6 episodes)
- Meta (5 episodes)
- Religious Aliens (5 episodes)
- Washington (4 episodes)
- Chairman (3 episodes)
- Prison Guard (2 episodes)
- Jones (1 episode)
- Counselor (1 episode, flashback)
- Doc (1 episode, deleted scene)
|#||Episode Title||Airdate||Running Time||Description|
|0.||Trailer||June 9, 2009||4:38||Simmons spies on Caboose's mysterious antics and reports it back to his team, who are all bickering. Meanwhile, as Caboose lights himself on fire, a dead Church and Tex watch both teams from afar.|
|1.||Don't Get Me Started||June 15, 2009||6:10||Sarge tries to make contact with someone from Blue Base.|
|2.||Free Refills||June 22, 2009||6:06||Simmons uses the holo-room to continue his design work while Caboose continues his own mysterious project at Blue Base.|
|3.||Visiting Hours||June 29, 2009||4:58||Caboose gets a visitor while the Reds look for their missing teammate.|
|4.||Catching Up||July 4, 2009||5:21||Donut fills Caboose in with loads of rock-hard info about Tucker's distress signal. Caboose then decides to make a call to a special friend.|
|5.||Local Host||July 13, 2009||4:54||Caboose looks for alternative solutions to his construction problems.|
|6.||One New Message||July 27, 2009||5:05||As Caboose's project moves to the next level, the Reds decide to go with Caboose on his adventure.|
|7.||Bon Voyage||August 3, 2009||3:59||As Sarge, Grif, and Caboose try not to get in over their heads as they set out on their latest mission, Simmons, Donut and Lopez stay behind at Valhalla.|
|8.||Directions||August 10, 2009||4:48||The Reds and Caboose try to navigate out of a delicate situation with the help of a mysterious stranger.|
|9.||My House, From Here||August 17, 2009||4:58||Sarge, Grif and Caboose finally meet the face behind the mysterious voice. Meanwhile, Simmons tries to apologize to Lopez.|
|10.||Lay of the Land||August 24, 2009||4:30||The team discover more about their sandy new home.|
|11.||Dumb Cop, Bad Cop||August 31, 2009||5:24||Caboose causes trouble for the Reds while Lopez creates motorcycles for Simmons.|
|12.||Well Hello||September 7, 2009||4:21||While Donut says hello to the new Blue soldier, Caboose's sneaky antics have aroused suspicion among the Desert dig team.|
|13.||Called Up||September 14, 2009||5:33||As Tucker brings the Reds up to speed and the Reds bring Tucker down to Earth, Washington makes a deal with the Oversite Subcommittee Chairman.|
|14.||The Installation||September 21, 2009||4:40||Simmons and Lopez try to hold their ground against the Meta, while the desert team members find themselves in shifting sands.|
|15.||Watch the Flank||September 28, 2009||5:40||Epsilon is having a little trouble with the "out of the box" experience.|
|16.||Retention Deficit||October 5, 2009||5:34||As the Valhalla team conjure up an escape plan, Epsilon tries to learn more about his new body functions.|
|17.||Trust Issues||October 12, 2009||4:26||Things start to shake up on Sandtrap, while the Reds at Valhalla spring into action.|
|18.||Hang Time||October 19, 2009||4:50||Epsilon learns that with great power, comes great responsibility... also a wicked left hook.|
|19.||Think You Know Someone||October 26, 2009||6:26||As the Valhalla squad come face to face with the enemy, at Sandtrap, the Reds, Aliens, and Caboose all chase after CT in a three-way race to get control of Epsilon.|
Fire Safety PSA
- Main Article: Where There's Smoke...
Sarge and Simmons give their best advice on how to deal with flammable situations.
Valentine's Day 2009 PSA
- Main Article: You Had Me at Halo
Caboose struggles with some tender emotional memories.
Sixth Anniversary PSA
- Main Article: Add It Up
Go behind-the-scenes as the guys from RvB prepare to film a PSA to celebrate their sixth anniversary.
ODST Episode 1
- Main Article: Guys Like Us
The RvB guys get an early look at a new type of mission featuring "regular" soldiers like them... or so they think. The first of three episodes featuring Halo 3: ODST.
ODST Episode 2
- Main Article: Aliens, Aliens, Aliens
Sarge reminisces about his former mentor, and the guys worry about who or what they'll have to face in their ODST scrimmage match.
ODST Episode 3
- Main Article: The Man, The Myth, The Legend.
The RvB guys try out some new uniforms, and Church passes on some important information he heard about a certain legendary sergeant.
RvB Holiday Special 2009 Part One
- Main Article: Holiday Plans, Part One: Good News
The holiday special originally created for Halo Waypoint
RvB Holiday Special 2009 Part Two
- Main Article: Holiday Plans, Part Two: Seasonal Relocation
Part Two of the RvB/Waypoint holiday special.
RvB Holiday Special 2009 Part Three
- Main Article: Holiday Plans, Part Three: Chestnuts Roasting...
The stunning conclusion to auspicious beginnings.
- Recreation marks the first time Burnie Burns did not serve as director, with Gavin Free, director of Red vs. Blue: Relocated, helming production. Burns directed the first few episodes, with Free taking control after Chapter 3.
- This was the first season/mini-series to not utilize every Halo game engine, and the first to not use Halo: Combat Evolved at all.
- The name Recreation is a double meaning in reference to Church being brought back in the form of Epsilon and how the season leans in more onto the series' comedic roots compared to Reconstruction.
- Other working titles included Reinstalled, Redundant, Revenant, meaning "A ghost you can't avoid".
- Red vs. Blue Official Site
- YouTube Season Playlist
- YouTube Complete Season
- Red vs. Blue Wikipedia Page
|Red vs. Blue Seasons|
|Main Series||The Blood Gulch Chronicles: Season 1 • Season 2 • Season 3 • Season 4 • Out of Mind • Season 5|
The Recollection: Recovery One • S6 - Reconstruction • Relocated • S7 - Recreation • S8 - Revelation
The Project Freelancer Saga: Season 9 • MIA • Where There's a Will, There's a Wall • Season 10
The Chorus Trilogy: Season 11 • Chorus Journals • Season 12 • Season 13
The Shisno Trilogy: Season 15 • S16 - The Shisno Paradox • S17 - Singularity
Side Stories: S14 - Anthology • S18 - Zero
|Team Slipspace||Expansion • Zero Tolerance • Franchise Player • Double Agent • PSA - Game Changer|
|Non-Canon||PSAs • Specials|