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The "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)" video is a review of the game "Rocket League" with a focus on the new pass system. The video also discusses some of the challenges players face and how one player's goals can disrupt the rest of his team's strategy. In the end, the video suggests that Street Ball be added to the game as an aesthetic change.

  • 00:00:00 The author describes his experience trying to livestream Rocket League, noting that his microphone was terrible and that he could not hear himself. He later finds out that his stream was being distorted by Microsoft teams' technology.
  • 00:05:00 Jennifer 25 is streaming Rocket League from her Xbox One to her Twitch account. She has some complaints about the headset, the party overlay, and the fact that her Xbox One and Twitch accounts are separate.
  • 00:10:00 The YouTube user reviews the new "Rocket League" game and discusses some of the features and changes over the original game. He then tells a story about how he became so spicy hot that he couldn't feel his body and how he ended up ordering food from an app instead of eating it.
  • 00:15:00 The video discusses a chili pepper order at a restaurant. The writer discovered that the order included five chili peppers, which he found to be too spicy. He then discusses a box of strawberry flavored crackers and how they helped to ease the spice. The video concludes with the writer stating that the month of October is Doomsday month for plague ratings, and that he is mainly worried about work.
  • 00:20:00 The video discusses how Rocket League player wiggled his way through a scheduled stream and then discovered that his girlfriend had died. He reflects on the fact that he had planned the stream and how it was all scheduled, but he changed his mind after hearing the news. He talks about his experience watching the Wheel of Time series and how it was better for grabbing his attention.
  • 00:25:00 The Rocket Stuj video discusses the Rocket League pass system and how it has changed since the game's initial release. The video also highlights how the pass has made it harder for players to enjoy the game fully since it now costs money to get more levels.
  • 00:30:00 The video showcases some of the challenges players face in Rocket League, such as not being able to see the quick chat, incorrect settings, and being upside down. It also shows some of the fun moments players have, such as when they score a goal and the announcer says "whoa," and when someone accidentally sits in their goal.
  • 00:35:00 The video discusses how one player's goals can disrupt the rest of his team's strategy in Rocket League. The player discusses how he will not concede in order to maintain his integrity.
  • 00:40:00 The "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)" video is a sequel series to the "New Pope" video, in which Malkovich interviews Santa Claus. The new series, "The New Pope 2," features Malkovich playing as the pope in a game of Rocket League.
  • 00:45:00 Two teams of drivers compete in a race to the finish line, with the first to finish winning the match. One driver, who is playing against a friend, tricks him into driving into a precarious position, causing his car to fall off the track and, as a result, his team wins the match.
  • 00:50:00 The video is a compilation of clips of people playing Rocket League, some of which are amusing and some of which are sad. The main focus of the video is on a player named "Atomic Master", who is shown driving his Honda Civic around at high speeds and scoring goals. In the end, the video discusses how people are getting tired of seeing the same things over and over, and suggests that Street Ball be added to the game as an aesthetic change.
  • 00:55:00 In this YouTube video, a person talks about how their dad no longer affects their life and how they now enjoy playing video games without him.

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The video discusses how the original "Rocket League" game was not as exciting because it lacked the song "Rocket Stuj." The video's protagonist laments the loss of the song and how it has diminished the game.

  • 01:00:00 The reviewer discusses how he really enjoyed watching "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)," which he describes as being genuinely hilarious. He then goes on to say that while he stopped watching the series because it turned into a "school year," he appreciates that it only took half the series to get to the point where Lupin was taking a nap. The reviewer then makes a comparison to another popular YouTuber, Ralph the Movie Maker, and accuses him of looking like him.
  • 01:05:00 A YouTube user discusses the various news stories circulating involving Canada and the United Kingdom, including reports that neither country has made a decision about whether to give the country's citizens a bank holiday. They express their concern that this could be a sign that the world is ending.
  • 01:10:00 The video discusses Rocket League, discussing how the game is popular in many countries, including Ireland. The presenter talks about how if Margaret Thatcher died without a day off, that would be insane. They also talk about how Kelly and Murphy moved to England because their children were getting English accents. They then turn to Ireland and discuss how the level of opponents in the game is a reason why they are happy.
  • 01:15:00 The video discusses how to improve viewership on Twitch by setting up audio and game chat settings, and how to improve viewership on YouTube by establishing a more prestigious title.
  • 01:20:00 The video describes how one person is trying to talk to another person over the phone, but they keep getting cut off because the other person is playing Rocket League. The first person eventually gives up and talks to the other person through the game instead. They say that the game is better because they are not blowing the other person away with their enthusiasm.
  • 01:25:00 The speaker talks about a podcast they used to do, telling the audience about old friends and new friends, and how they sometimes have to track things in a spreadsheet. They also mention a movie they've never watched, and how it would make them sad to watch it now. The speaker talks about how in chess, if you win once, you're supposed to win again.
  • 01:30:00 In "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)," a YouTube video, Rocket League commentator Peter "Tasteless" Cohen discusses the importance of soccer and how 800 points would eventually result in a 0-0 game. He then goes on to talk about the upcoming Father of the Bride Part 2, in which the mother and daughter are pregnant together.
  • 01:35:00 In the video, various jokes are made about Steve Martin and his roles in two films, Rocket League and The Jerk. The conversation turns to the father of the bride in Rocket League, who is stressed out about the event. Steve Martin's character falls into a pool and is briefly shown floating in it before the movie cuts away. This scene is omitted from the final cut of the movie, presumably because it would have caused tension in the family.
  • 01:40:00 In this video, two characters discuss how Eugene Levy's character in "Plains Trade" is a jerk, and how Jackson Broccoli from "La La Land" is a better jerk. They also mention the "Rocket League" video game, where the characters discuss how the movie is funny because of the funny reactions of the characters to Steve Martin's fall.
  • 01:45:00 In "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)", a YouTube video, John Hughes, creator of the popular film "Made in Manhattan", is discussing his death. Hughes died in a cocaine-related accident, and he wrote a novel under the pseudonym "Edmond Dantes". Hughes' former co-worker, Jennifer Lopez, is mentioned in the video. Hughes also mentioned a Next Generation episode involving Stewie.
  • 01:50:00 The video discusses how players at different points in their Rocket League careers hear the "Jiggle" sound during gameplay. It explains that, while some players used to avoid watching Muppets Take Manhattan because they were afraid it would make them sad, others are now excited to watch it because it brings back memories.
  • 01:55:00 The video discusses the difference between the original "Rocket League" game and the recent "Rocket League" game with the inclusion of the "Rocket Stuj" song. The original game was not as exciting because it lacked the song, which made a dramatic difference. The video's protagonist laments the loss of the song and how it has diminished the game.

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In "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)," a group of high-level players discuss their strategies for playing the game. They also mention a movie in which Tom Hanks tells the story of Pinocchio becoming a real boy. The players discuss the issue of whether the movie is real or not. Later in the video, they discuss the new Steve Carrell show "Psychiatrist Taken Hostage." The discussion then turns to the game's mobile version and its controller support.

  • 02:00:00 In this video, the "Rocket Stuj" team discusses their strategy for playing "Rocket League." The team says that their whole team is "tmso harry," and that they exploit one move—scoring a goal—to win games. They note that Peter Pan is no longer in copyright, so anyone can make a movie about the character. The team also discusses "Jaws," mentioning that their mother didn't like the movie because the shark looked fake.
  • 02:05:00 This YouTube video is a clip from a "Rocket Stuj" (Rocket League) tournament, in which high-level players repeatedly fail to stop laughing at a shark that is driving around the battlefield. The clip has been watched over 1 million times, and has sparked discussion about whether "Jaws" (rated PG) is too young for some parents to bring their children to see in theaters.
  • 02:10:00 The "Rocket Stuj" video showcases some of the best players in the "Rocket League" community. The players show off their skills by playing drop shot, a type of soccer, and futurama references. One player, who goes by the name "i Knock It Straight Up," knocks the ball straight up into the air. The players' skills are showcased in a series of matches, culminating in a victory against a team of "Futurama" characters. The players discuss the importance of teamwork and how to win matches.
  • 02:15:00 The Rocket League video discusses a halloween special for Disney Plus that includes werewolves. Michael Jacino has directed the special.
  • 02:20:00 In "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)", the players watch a movie in which Tom Hanks plays a clockmaker who tells the story of how a young Pinocchio (played by Robert Zemeckis) becomes mistaken for a real boy. One of the most commonly asked questions about the movie is whether it is real or not. The players discuss this issue and agree that it is impossible to know for sure. In a positive turn of events, Robert Zemeckis himself appears to discuss the film's production and how it was made. Joseph Gordon-Levitt, who played the title character in the film, also makes an appearance. This discussion proves useful to the players, as they learn about Gordon-Levitt's character and how his performance may have been the result of a mental breakdown.
  • 02:25:00 The YouTube video "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)" features a discussion of the new Steve Carrell show "Psychiatrist Taken Hostage." The first episode of the show was 21 minutes long, and it was weird because it was a comedy but it was also a half-hour show. The discussion also covers the filming of the famous "I've Made Fire" scene from Forrest Gump.
  • 02:30:00 The video discusses the Rocket League mobile game and its controller support. The player notes that because the game is a side-scroller, it sounds like an actual nightmare. However, the player also enjoys playing it and finds it to be fun. The video then switches gears to discuss the game's bots, which are named after the game's developers. The player notes that they are not what the bots seem to be and that they are just regular people. The video finishes by discussing the game's box set release and how the player needs to import one if they are in Canada.
  • 02:35:00 In the "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)" video, David Gordon Green discusses his opinions on the two "Rocket League" reboots, the first of which he enjoyed and the second of which he found to be total trash. He also talks about the third reboot, which he enjoyed more than the others.
  • 02:40:00 The video discusses how changes were made to the "Miller's Crossing" Blu-ray release. One change was that the "little laugh line" was cut, which caused some negative reactions. However, the Cohen brothers defended the change, stating that it made the film more "relentless."
  • 02:45:00 The video discusses the Solar Opposites show, which is about two people who are in complete opposition to each other. The show's critic reviewed it and had a decent amount of movie references, but he hated moldies. The show itself hates fat old celebrities like Orson Welles and Marlon Brando.
  • 02:50:00 The narrator talks about how he thinks that Bright Wall, Dark Room is a classic 80s "weirdo movie" with a "classic sidekick" character archetype. He talks about a video he saw of a man asking questions about the movie. He thinks that if Bright Wall, Dark Room ever asks for essays, he would be interested in writing about the sidekick character.
  • 02:55:00 Catherine Bigelow's "The Dark Knight" is a good movie, but the ending is not good. However, before that it is good. She recommends "Rocket League" if you can get your hands on it. The changeling with George C Scott is a good movie for the upcoming spooky season, but it is not John Carpenter. The changeling is Canadian, and she remembers reading about it. Joel Schumacher's "Batman Forever" is different from the other Batman movies, but it is still good. Jim Carrey is in his peak and Tommy Lee Jones is in his Oscar-winning role.

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The YouTube video "Rocket Stuj (Rocket League)" is a gaming video in which the narrator is excited for the new Rocket League game. They are confident that it will be great and it will all work out.

  • 03:00:00 The narrator is excited for a new Rocket League game they've been waiting for. They are confident that it will be great and it will all work out.

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