Six-Sadded, Die. - Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d

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"So, uh, today we're just going to try and recreate the game without instructions, right, Lucky?"

In the second episode of Six-Sadded, Die, Strong Sad and Lucky Yates try to figure out how to play Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Sad, The Sad Kids, Lucky Yates, Announcer (voice only)

Date: Monday, August 13, 2018

Running Time: 8:36


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{Shot of a black surface; a six sided die lands with a blank face up}

STRONG SAD: Six-Sadded— Oop.

{Strong Sad picks the die up and rolls it again; the die lands on two}


{Strong Sad picks the die up and once again rolls; it lands on five}

STRONG SAD: Six-Sadded— {grunts in frustration}

{Strong Sad rolls the die again, landing on two and revealing that two of its faces have been modified}

STRONG SAD: Six— {grunts in frustration}

{Strong Sad picks up the die and places it so the modified sides face the camera, revealing it to resemble his head.}

STRONG SAD: Six-Sadded, {sound slows down as logo fades in} Die.

{Fade to black. Cut to a top-down shot of Strong Sad's hands near a "Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d" board game.}

STRONG SAD: {rolling his R} Grrreetings, all you Six-Sadders out there, and welcome back to the Six-Sadded, Die. We've got a real treat for you today! And I'm not even talking about the game we're going to be playing! I'm talking about my special guest—

{The camera pans over to Lucky Yates, sitting at the table in front of a castle-themed wall}

STRONG SAD: Mr. Lucky Yates!

LUCKY YATES: {waves at the camera} Hi. {to Strong Sad} Hi, Strong Sad.

{Throughout the video, the camera pans down to the board when Strong Sad speaks, and up to Lucky when he speaks}

STRONG SAD: So, thanks for coming on the... the Six-Sadded, Die, Lucky, uh...

LUCKY YATES: I'm... very excited about this one.

STRONG SAD: We should give everybody a little background, I suppose, uh... Lucky and I have sort of a standing date, we go thrifting together.

LUCKY YATES: We are thrift store friends.

STRONG SAD: That's right, that's how we met.

LUCKY YATES: That's right, this is, uh... the— our first venture outside the world of thrifting together.

STRONG SAD: Yeah, what do you think of my... my gaming dungeon I've constructed here, Lucky?

LUCKY YATES: {looking around} Uh, I didn't realize that... kindergarten classes also had thrift stores.

STRONG SAD: Oh, my kindergarten class was a real dungeon, I'll tell you that.

LUCKY YATES: Ah ha haaa. Like... like for real, though?

{The camera pans down sadly}



{Video cut}

STRONG SAD: Why don't you tell 'em what we found at the thrift shop?

LUCKY YATES: Oh man, I'm really excited about this one.

{Video cut. The camera zooms into the title on the board.}

LUCKY YATES: Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d!

{Cut to Lucky}

LUCKY YATES: So, uh, anyw— I don't re— all I remember is a commercial that I saw maybe twice.

{Cut to bad-quality footage of the game from the Trogdor!! The Board Game video. The Jurvy-Skat music from Family Resemblence plays.}

ANNOUNCER: Watch out! When Daddy's P.O.'d, the family fun never stops!

{Cut back to the board game}

LUCKY YATES: I remember... kind of things like all of this in the commercial!

{Video cut. Lucky is pointing at the colored shapes.}

LUCKY YATES: {points at the green shape} I think these are grass... {points at the blue shape} and I think this is water...

{Cut to a notepad and pencil in a box}

LUCKY YATES: {points at the box} A notepad an— and pencils! Tiny pencils in there, and—

{Cut to Lucky with the shapes}

LUCKY YATES: {holding the red and gray shapes} Dirt? S— brick and steel? {confused stuttering}

STRONG SAD: The elements, it's an elemental game!

LUCKY YATES: {holds up clear shape} Right, wind? Perhaps?

STRONG SAD: {overlapping} Okay...

LUCKY YATES: I d— I don't know!

{Video cut. Lucky is pointing at the dice.}

LUCKY YATES: I don't really remember there being four-sided die, but maybe there were. {video cut} I don't know. We'll figure it out.

{Video cut. Strong Sad is pointing at the Sad Kids.}

STRONG SAD: And who do you think these... speaking of urchins...

LUCKY YATES: These are clearly the children! {gestures to Daddy} This is Daddy... {video cut; drawing a trail in the air with his finger} And I remember, he moves! He whizzes around the b— game board.

{Strong Sad starts tapping Daddy's head}

LUCKY YATES: Uh, yeah, I think we're supposed to tap—


LUCKY YATES: We're supposed to tap his head... {taps Daddy's head}

STRONG SAD: Come on, Daddy! {video cut} So, uh, today we're just going to try and recreate the game without instructions, right, Lucky?

{Cut to Lucky}

LUCKY YATES: Yeah, I'm really excited about this. And we— we'll piece it together, I'm— I'm confident.

STRONG SAD: Absolutely! Uh... all right, uh— you go first!

LUCKY YATES: Oh! Uh... great! All right. Um...

{Cut to the game board}

STRONG SAD: {gestures to the Sad Kids} Who do you want to be, here?

LUCKY YATES: {picks up the boy} I'll be, uh, I'll be the— the... {video cut} fellow in the 1930s hat. {video cut; places the boy at the beginning of the board} We'll start here, from the house...

STRONG SAD: Okay, we'll start at the cookout...

LUCKY YATES: And then, maybe... we have to get to the lawnmower to do our chores, and then maybe back? I don't know...

{Video cut}

STRONG SAD: It definitely wouldn't P.O. him if we did our chores—

LUCKY YATES: Yeah, that's what I'm assuming.

STRONG SAD: —so maybe that's our goal, yeah.

LUCKY YATES: Get to do the chores, and don't make him angry in the meantimes. {video cut; he is rolling the dice} So, why don't we roll the two with the numbers on them.


LUCKY YATES: {rolls} All right, I got a nine. Six and a three, so...


LUCKY YATES: {moves the boy nine spaces} One, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine...

{Cut to Lucky}

STRONG SAD: All right, hammock?

LUCKY YATES: I'm touching Daddy's hammock—

STRONG SAD: Not bad...

LUCKY YATES: —sooo... I'll fffool— no...


LUCKY YATES: {picks up the blue die} I— {laughing} I will roll... I'm touching a Daddy possession, {rolls} I'll roll Daddy... uh oh.

{Cut to a close-up of the dice. There is a symbol of a person moving, with an arrow.}

STRONG SAD: That looks like Dad moves!

LUCKY YATES: This is Daddy moves...

{Cut back to the game}

STRONG SAD: So, uh, where's he go? Maybe he goes to the hammock!

LUCKY YATES: We'll do the hammock! {moves him to the hammock}


LUCKY YATES: To the next thing, that makes sense! Now I'm really close to Daddy, I'm assuming I'm in trouble... {video cut; picks up an orange frame} I'll put a frame... I'll put a frame in— in the frame-holder, and then hold it up to Daddy. {places frame in front of Daddy}

STRONG SAD: Oh! {holds his fingers up to Daddy like a camera} It's like a little... we're takin' a little, uh, portrait, there.

LUCKY YATES: Yeah. It's like, uh... cheeese!

STRONG SAD: Hey, Daddy!

{Video cut}

LUCKY YATES: {taps Daddy's head} Touch Daddy's head... and he doesn't even get angry... {trails off}

STRONG SAD: {tapping Daddy's head} Come on, come on, maybe we gotta charge 'im up— we're priming him.

LUCKY YATES: I don't know...

STRONG SAD: It's like the— before you start a lawnmower? You know, from the old days?

LUCKY YATES: Yeah, you gotta pump, {cut to Lucky} uh, pump gas into the car.

STRONG SAD: Exactly!

LUCKY YATES: Uh, anyway, I don't— I don't think I— I P.O.'d Daddy, so I'm gonna {cut to the game} say it's your move. {passes the dice}

STRONG SAD: Okay! Uh, okay, we'll see... {picks up dice} here we go... ohhh... let's, uh, roll a sad six! {rolls}

LUCKY YATES: Ooh, five and a six—

STRONG SAD: Five and a six!

LUCKY YATES: That's eleven, ohh.

STRONG SAD: Okay, here we go. {video cut; moving the girl} Nine, ten, eleven. {the girl lands near Daddy} So... I—

LUCKY YATES: Oh, you have to— {turns girl toward Daddy} you're confronting Daddy.

STRONG SAD: Oh. Ooh, maybe— is this where we need to write something?

LUCKY YATES: I think this is perhaps where we need to pen a— a... a note to Daddy. {video cut} Perhaps a note of appreciation, would you like to, uh, would you like to dictate one to me?

STRONG SAD: Yes, uh, okay. {Lucky starts writing} Dear... Daddy. {video cut} Just... wanted to... let you know... {video cut} that we like... how not P.O.'d you are.

LUCKY YATES: Oh, excellent strategy. {video cut; rips the page from the notepad} And we'll do this... and then... {puts the note under Daddy} put it under Daddy.

STRONG SAD: Okay! {taps Daddy} Come on!

LUCKY YATES: He's not P.O.'d! He's—

STRONG SAD: When is he gonna go— I guess—

LUCKY YATES: —perhaps he's been appeased.

{Cut to two white opaque cubes and two yellow translucent cubes on the barbecue}

STRONG SAD: What are these?

LUCKY YATES: It's time to put, uh, {picks up a white cube; cut to the board game} a marshmallow in Daddy's mouth. {drops the cube and misses} Whoop, wait, hold on. {puts it in Daddy's mouth}

STRONG SAD: Maybe— maybe those will get 'im... finally riled up. {Lucky taps Daddy} I just want to see that Daddy... {video cut} go on a rampage!

LUCKY YATES: {rolling the dice} Maybe he will, maybe he will. {video cut; rolls} Ooh, doubles!

STRONG SAD: That's gotta do something!

LUCKY YATES: Doubles, doubles, doubles, I rolled double 4.

STRONG SAD: Intriguing!

{The board game commercial music plays}

LUCKY YATES: Uh, something must have to happen here. {picks up a red shape; video cut} I'm gettin' stonewalled for rollin' doubles...

{Video cut; Lucky places the wall next to Daddy, who is now near the barbecue}

STRONG SAD: Is that good or bad?

LUCKY YATES: ...From the barbecue!

{Cube wipe to the shapes}

STRONG SAD: I think it's sandwich ingredients! {video cut} Let's go tomato...

LUCKY YATES: {places a red shape on a stack of gray and orange next to the board} All right...

STRONG SAD: And lettuce...

LUCKY YATES: {stacks a green shape on top} All right...

{Video cut}

STRONG SAD: {points to the blue shape} Uh, the Hellmann's?

{Cube wipe to the game. The Sad Kids are both on the hammock. Lucky rolls the dice.}

LUCKY YATES: And roll! Four, and a five!

STRONG SAD: Five! You—


STRONG SAD: Double bounce! So I go {picks up the girl and bounces her five times} one, two, three, four, five!

LUCKY YATES: {picks up the boy and bounces him to the start} Ohhh...


LUCKY YATES: I got bounced back to the patio. {cut to the barbecue; picks up a yellow cube} Let's put a red-hot {cut to Daddy} coal in his mouth!


LUCKY YATES: {drops the dice and misses} Uh oh... {picks up the dice}

STRONG SAD: That'll get him P.O.'d!

{Video cut; Strong Sad is tapping Daddy}


{Cut to Lucky rolling the dice}

STRONG SAD: This guy's got a high tolerance.

LUCKY YATES: He loves his children! {rolls}

{Cut to the game}

STRONG SAD: I'm afraid— I d— I don't wanna open the battery compartment!

LUCKY YATES: I dunno...

STRONG SAD: For fear of exposing us to toxins!

{Cut to Strong Sad rolling the dice}

STRONG SAD: What do you call that corrosive junk that forms on batteries from the '80s, Lucky?

{Video cut}

LUCKY YATES: Yeah, I always just called it, uh, battery tears.

{Cube wipe to later. Lucky is showing his dagger tattoo on his arm.}

LUCKY YATES: Hey, Daddy! Look, I got... a cool... skull dagger tattoo, maaaah!

STRONG SAD: Ahh! He's underage! He shouldn't be getting a tattoo!

{Cut to Lucky}

LUCKY YATES: I think it was pulled off the market because of these {cut to Daddy} gnarly chest hairs that he's got. That's just mean.

{Sliding door wipe to the game. Strong Sad has a page in front of him.}

LUCKY YATES: It's time to draw the daddy! {flips the sand timer} Go!

STRONG SAD: Okay, okay. Uh... {starts drawing; the video speeds up} See, he's got the cro-magnon forehead there, giant Muppety eyes, got that big jaw, don't forget his stubble...

{Video cut; the drawing is finished and the speed returns to normal}

LUCKY YATES: He's gonna be so P.O.'d!

{Cut to Lucky, staring, unamused. The music stops abruptly.}

STRONG SAD: ...And they're called soolnds, and really it wouldn't be any different than a regular foot rub, if you're interested. {long pause}

{Cut to the game. The music continues.}

LUCKY YATES: {replaces the red "stone wall" with a green shape} And that gives you a lawn...


LUCKY YATES: {unintelligible} I think that goes in front... {puts it in front of the lawnmower}


LUCKY YATES: ...of the lawn, I'm no longer stonewalled from the barbecue, so that helps me out.

STRONG SAD: So, can you go back there and get some s'mores yourself? {starts tapping Daddy}

{Cut to Daddy}

LUCKY YATES: Let's give him a s'more! {places a white cube in Daddy's mouth}

STRONG SAD: And... go!

LUCKY YATES: {taps Daddy; cut to Lucky shaking his fists and smiling} YAAHHH! {pan down to reveal Daddy is spinning on the barbecue} He's stomping on his own food! That's how angry he is! Now nobody gets dinner!

{Cut to the game}


LUCKY YATES: Maybe it's 'cause we put all these things in his mouth.

{Video cut; Daddy is spinning in the center of the board}

STRONG SAD: Whoaaa, Daddy tornado!

LUCKY YATES: {laughing} Oh no! {cut to Lucky} He's P.O.'d!

{Cut to the game. Strong Sad taps Daddy, knocking him over onto the girl.}

LUCKY YATES: {laughs} No!

{The music stops. Cut to Lucky.}

STRONG SAD: Well, Lucky, uh... what do you— what do you think? How close do you think we came to the real deal?

LUCKY YATES: Uh... I don't know that we came close at all, but, uh, I think we certainly improved upon the game.

STRONG SAD: Absolutely! I don't think, uh— the game could— there's no way it was even half this good!


{Video cut}

STRONG SAD: We got letter-writing, we got portraiture...

LUCKY YATES: Yeah, we got windows to souls, and sandwich building...

{Video cut}

STRONG SAD: Well, hey, thanks for coming... thanks for coming to my gaming dungeon, Lucky Yates!

LUCKY YATES: Yeah, well... some people would call it a... rec room, but you're welcome.

STRONG SAD: I'll, uh... I'll see you next week? At the thrift shop?

LUCKY YATES: Yeah. Okay. Uh... {video cut} I'm gonna be late.

STRONG SAD: Oh. Okay. {cut to the game} Should I— I'll just go... go in, or wait for you outside?

{Cut to Lucky}

LUCKY YATES: You can go in.

STRONG SAD: ...Or if it's raining...?

LUCKY YATES: Uh, if it's raining, stay outside.

STRONG SAD: Okay. O— o— okay. Thank you, Mr. Yates.

LUCKY YATES: Oh d— aww, don't make it formal. Don't make me— don't make me leave feeling bad. Take it back.

STRONG SAD: It's okay...

LUCKY YATES: Take back...

STRONG SAD: No, I don't take...

LUCKY YATES: Take back your sadditude.

STRONG SAD: No, it's, uh, it's okay.

{Video cut}

LUCKY YATES: {points at the camera} This has been Six-Sadded, Die. {long pause; Strong Sad pokes his finger} Aw, I'm unpowered again!

{The Six-Sadded, Die logo fades in}

STRONG SAD: {voiceover} Six-Sadded, {sound slows down} Die.

{Fade to black}

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