The Moscow Incident: 25 Years Later
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Set to a kickin' club mix of Moskau, we take a look at what happened 25 years after "The Moscow Incident"...tons of singing and dancing, and trippy scenes follow in this movie presentation. Presented in Widescreen where it is l33t enough to have it!
- Gendo Ikari
- Random Pokerap Guy
- The Singing Goths
- Jay Jay the Jet Plane
- Magic Bean
- Colin Mochrie
- RAMChYLD, Spot, and Bijou (in their car thingy)
- Mr. T
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A 1999 club remix of Moskau
- References to other Animutations:
- DAIKENKAI! YAY!: Compton Boo gets the Hay through a Sashen Hole
- The Moscow Incident: This movie was made as a sequel to the arforemented movie, so it contains reused mondegreens, but only one visual is shared between the 2 movies. (The picture of Moscow at night)
- We Drink Ritalin: YOU LOVE THIS FEATURE PRESENTATION
- Elvis Not Included: Simliar looking trippy background in the first scene with the "Animu Rockettes".
- Hyakugojyuuichi/3.14 x 5: Colin Mochrie moon during the "Two men are spoiled them boys" mondegreen and Jay Jay's fly by is a parody of Hyakugojyuuichi, and the Colin Mochrie Moon was first shown during "3.14 x 5."
- Hyakugojyuuichi: The phone number for tickets to see "The Singing Goths" live in concert is "1-151-573-HOBO", with 151 representing the name of the number in Japanese "Hyakugojyuuichi", and HOBO being a reference to the mondegreen "Found a hobo in my room".
- Shumway: During the final chorus, whenever "Hay" comes up, the main object in the scene gets the Hay picture dropped on it.
- Revival of the Node 7/8: The "landing van" is actually just RAMChYLD's cruiser thingy, in the redesigned form that debuted in "Revival of the Node 7/8"
- The Squirrel of Life: When held down, the Play button on the preloader reads "Sherbert"
- The Chocolate E: The Phunbus moving backwards
- After the "Might be the Size?" line, the lyric box reads "Lookie here! Fake Lyrics! You Love Fake Lyrics!)
- The Moscow Incident: 25 Years Later on 12Noon