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Pokémon Gold and Silver is the 23rd episode of the comedy web series Honest Game Trailers. It was written by Spencer Gilbert, Matt Sohinki, Joshua Ovenshire, David Moss, Matt Raub, Michael Adams Davis, and Michael Schroeder. It was narrated by Jon Bailey as Epic Voice Guy. It parodies the role-playing games Pokémon Gold and Silver. It was published on November 25, 2014. Pokémon Gold and Silver was originally published on Smosh Games, but is currently available on Fandom Games. It has been viewed over 6 million times.

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"You already trap Pokémon and make them fight, so why not force them to pork each other while you're at it?" ~ Honest Game Trailers - Pokémon Gold and Silver

Script Edit

From the company [Nintendo] that's throwing everything at the wall to see what sticks, comes the greatest video game sequel ever until Half Life 3 transcends space and time as we know it.

Pokémon Gold and Silver

Return to the world of classic Pokémon when catching them all was still a somewhat realistic goal. And step into the shoes of Ethan, another fatherless ten-year-old sent off by another tree-named professor [Elm] to do another job that is way too dangerous for a single child to accomplish. But this time he's got a cellphone so he can, you know, call home or whatever.

Make your way through the Johto Region as you experience a host of brand new features like: day-and-night cycles so you can schedule what's left of your life around playing the game; breeding because you already trap pokémon and make them fight, so why not force them to pork each other while you're at it?; friendship, the new stat that makes you feel less guilty for what you do to your slaves; and full blown color! [Crickets] Look, it was a big deal at the time! Alright?! Geez!

Once again, battle your way through the hall of fame by conquering the Elite Four. And when you do, hold on to your stupid hat as the entire region [Kanto] from the first game is unlocked with eight new badges to win and a mountain top duel against your character [Red] from the first game. Now that's how you make a sequel!

So after you've spend countless hours of catching all one hundred fifty generation one pokémon, get ready to do it all over again with a hundred new ones and you better believe we're naming them all! [Deep breath]

Starring:

  • 4 Legged Pikmin [Chikorita]
  • Michael Bayleef [Bayleef]
  • Popped Collar [Meganium]
  • Explosive Diarrhea [Cyndaquil]
  • Peter Quilava [Quilava]
  • Red Neck [Typlosion]
  • Totodile Dundee [Totodile]
  • Crocobae or Naw [Croconaw]
  • Front Butt [Feraligator]
  • HM Dumpster [Sentret]
  • Scarf [Furret]
  • Hooter [HootHoot]
  • Noctowl Emission [Noctowl]
  • Ledy Baba [Ledyba]
  • Baseball Hands [Ledian]
  • Frown Butt [Spinarak]
  • Ariados Grande [Ariados]
  • Cave Syphilis [Crobat]
  • Your Balls Are Showing [Chinchou]
  • Lanturd [Lanturn]
  • Scrappy Chu [Pichu]
  • Kirby in Drag [Cleffa]
  • Iggly Azalea [Igglybuff]
  • Failed Abortion [Togepi]
  • Escaped Omlette [Togetic]
  • Japanese Q-bert [Natu]
  • The Boobs Have Eyes [Xatu]
  • The Grim Mareeper [Mareep]
  • Shake That Flaaffy Taffy [Flaaffy]
  • Trans Ampharos [Ampharos]
  • Mayim Bialik [Bellossom]
  • Pikablu [Marill]
  • Azumarill Streep [Azumarill]
  • I Am Groot [Sudowoodo]
  • Baby Battletoad [Politoed]
  • Hoppip Anonymous [Hoppip]
  • Skip To My Loom [Skiploom]
  • Spore [Jimpluff]
  • Low Five [Aipom]
  • Burnt Simpson [Sunkern]
  • Get Off My Lawn [Sunflora]
  • Yanmaha [Yanma]
  • Kill Me [Wooper]
  • Giggity Giggity [Quagsire]
  • Esp-Eon [Espeon]
  • O-Face [Umbreon]
  • Dial M For Murkrow [Murkrow]
  • Kalimaaa [Slowking]
  • Miss Cleo [Misdreavus]
  • Alphabet Soup [Unown]
  • Wobben Buffet [Wobbuffet]
  • Lou Girafarigno [Girafarig]
  • Kony 2012 [Pineco]
  • Team Forretress [Forretress]
  • Dunsparce Nern [Sunspace]
  • Gligars in Paris [Gligars]
  • Blue Steelix [Steelix]
  • Bitchy Resting Face [Snubbull]
  • Fairy Dog Mother [Granbull]
  • Fish Lips [Qwilfish]
  • Running with Scizors [Scizors]
  • Five Knuckle Shuckles [Shuckles]
  • Blue Beetle [Heracross]
  • Gesundheit [Sneasel]
  • Teddy Ursavelt [Teddiursa]
  • The Ring Bear-er [Ursaring]
  • Smegma [Slugma]
  • This Snail is on Fiyaaa [Magcargo]
  • Tribble [Swinub]
  • Snuffleupagus [Piloswine]
  • What... Am I? [Corsola]
  • Remoroid [Remoraid]
  • Octobirdo [Octillery]
  • Dude You're Getting A Delibird [Delibird]
  • Mantine Pro V [Mantine]
  • E-Skamory [Skamory]
  • Armor Dog [Houndour]
  • Cerberus [Houndoom]
  • Hail Kingdra [Kingdra]
  • I'm So Phanphy [Phanphy]
  • Armor Pig, Friend of Armor Dog [Donphan]
  • Porygon2: Electric Boogaloo [Porygon2]
  • Booty Had Me Like [Stantler]
  • Bob Ross [Smeargle]
  • Rock Lee [Tyrogue]
  • Driedel Driedel Driedel [Hitmontop]
  • All About That Bass [Smoochum]
  • Plug and Play [Elekid]
  • Beauty School Dropout [Magby]
  • Udder Siege [Miltank]
  • 16 And Pregnant [Blissey]
  • What Is Your Face, Exactly? [Raikou]
  • Entei the Dragon [Entei]
  • Ribbon Dancer [Suicine]
  • Larvitard [Larvitar]
  • Pupitard [Pupitar]
  • Tyranitard wait, are we allowed to say these? [Tyranitar]
  • Man Hands [Lugia]
  • Hoo-Ah! [Ho-Oh]
  • And... Celery [Celebi]

Pokémon Gold and Silver

Man, that was one Honest Trailer! That's gotta be like the top percentage of Honest Trailers, right? Cool Shorts, Bro!

Trivia Edit

Reception Edit

Honest Game Trailers - Pokémon Gold and Silver has a 98.4% approval rating from YouTube viewers. In her review of the video, Colette of My Nintendo News described the whole Honest Game Trailers series as "highly entertaining' and wrote "the naming of all the new Gold and Silver Pokemon is certainly a treat to hear, particularly 'Ledy Baba'." Nathaniel Smyth of Entertainment Buddha called the video "brutally honest" and wrote "It makes you really think back to when you played it when you were a kid, and most people probably never really thought about some of the odd stuff that goes on in those games. Aside from that, they even give honest names for every single Gen-two Pokemon, and quite frankly some of them are better than the actual names of the Pokemon." Dorkly also posted a very positive write-up, noting, "Not only does it go through every success and failure of the first major Pokemon sequel, but they go so far as to give new nicknames to each additional Pokemon added for the Johto region. It's impressive."

Production creditsEdit

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Video thumbnail for Honest Game Trailers - Pokemon Gold and Silver.

Executive Producers: Andy Signore and Smosh

Directed by Spencer Gilbert

Episode Written by Spencer Gilbert, Matt Sohinki, Joshua Ovenshire, David Moss, Matt Raub, Michael Adams Davis, and Michael Schroeder

Edited by Spencer Agnew

If you loved hearing the 2001 Space Odyssey remix at 0:13, then you'll love the full thing by MajorLeagueWobs here.

Voiceover Narration by Jon Bailey

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