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A summary of episodes from season 1 of Master Chief Sucks at Ordering, a Youtube series by UltraHyperShadow.

Episode 1: Master Chief Sucks at Ordering McDonalds

Youtube Link
Release date: October 3, 2007
Run time: 3:22
The first video in the series. Master Chief is introduced as a vulgur, idiotic, rude, unhelpful character who teaches the viewer how to order food from McDonalds. However, his advice is violent and uninformative. The video ends with the appearance of CATS, the villain from the Engrish game Zero Wing, who announces he wishes to kill Master Chief.

Trivia

  • First appearance of Master Chief and CATS
  • The only video without subtitles
  • The King, the major antagonist of season 2, makes a brief cameo when Master Chief tells the viewer not to be a "Burger King fanboy"

Episode 2: Master Chief Sucks at Ordering at Restaurants

Youtube link
Release date: October 17, 2007
Run time: 3:12
Master Chief teaches the viewer about ordering from walk in restaurants. Once again his advice is unhelpful and violent. At the end of the video, Master Chief is confronted by CATS, who announces he has delayed Super Smash Bros. Brawl to February 10, prompting the rage of Master Chief.

Trivia

Episode 3: Master Chief Sucks at Ordering Finales

Youtube link
Release date: October 26, 2007
Run time: 7:03
The midseason finale. Master Chief enlists an army of characters, including Mario, Luigi, Link, and Samus, to fight CATS's army, which includes Ganondorf and Ridley. Ridley and Ganondorf are defeated and Master Chief seemingly defeats CATS by moving the image file that represents him to the Recycle Bin.

Trailers

Trailer Youtube link
Release date: October 19, 2007
Run time: 1:35

Trivia

  • This episode was meant to be the last one, but this was later retconned to be the midseason finale
  • The first episode to have a trailer

Episode 4: Master Chief vs Jack Thompson

Youtube link
Release date: December 7, 2007
Run time: 4:50
Master Chief learns that controversial anti-gaming attorney Jack Thompson intends to have Halo 3 banned. He obtains a recording of Thompson's plans to take over the world, then fights and seemingly kills Thompson.

Trailers

Teaser Youtube link
Release date: November 27, 2007
Run time: 2:40
Trailer Youtube link
Release date: November 30, 2007
Run time: 0:52

Trivia

  • First appearance of Jack Thompson
  • None of the scenes from either trailer are in the final video
  • Thompson says he will "train on the game Doom," a reference to Thompson's allegations that the Columbine shooters trained with Doom

Episode 5: Master Chief vs Scientology

Youtube link
Release date: April 11, 2008
Run time: 8:10
Master Chief learns of Scientology and intends to join the religion, but the Arbiter claims Scientology is a cult. Master Chief is persuaded by a group called Anonymous to fight Scientology. Together, they free Xenu, the archenemy of Scientology, and defeat the cult's supposedly dead founder, L. Ron Hubbard. After the credits, Hubbard asks for assistence from none other than CATS.

Trailers

Trailer Youtube link
Release date: March 29, 2008
Run time: 0:45

Trivia

  • First appearance of the Arbiter and L. Ron Hubbard
  • This episode was released the day before L. Ron Hubbard's birthday
  • UltraHyperShadow is, in real life, a member of Anonymous and a militant anti-Scientologist
  • The trailer for this video did not say what the title was and only "Rickrolled" the viewer, but hints about Anonymous and Scientology were placed in the trailer

Episode 6: Master Chief Sucks at Online Dating

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Release date: April 25, 2008
Run time: 4:58
In a more traditional video, Master Chief gives the viewer poor advice regarding the usage of online dating websites like Match.com. Much of his advice revolves around lying about one's hobbies and personal appearance. After the credits, a message claims to reveal what the next episode is about, but instead "Bel-Airs" the viewer.

Trivia

Episode 7: Master Chief Sucks at Making Videos

Youtube link
Release date: May 9, 2008
Run time: 2:33
In this tutorial, Master Chief explains how to make an episode of "Master Chief Sucks at Ordering." He explains how to obtain audio, specifically the much-asked question of what program is used for his voice. After the credits, he begins to explain that a post-credits scene can excite the viewer, but is ironically interrupted by CATS and L. Ron Hubbard, who reveal that they have a leader higher than CATS.

Trivia

  • This episode was made in response to many questions regarding the program used to make and record Master Chief's voice

Episode 8: Master Chief Sucks at Remakes

Youtube link
Release date: May 19, 2008
Run time: 2:44
A remake of the first episode, with higher quality audio. The scene after the credits with CATS was removed.

Trivia

  • This episode was in "development hell" for nearly six months

Episodes 9 and 10: Master Chief: The Finale (Parts 1 and 2)

Part 1 Youtube link
Release date: May 23, 2008
Run time: 6:43
Part 2 Youtube link
Release date: May 23, 2008
Run time: 6:06
Total run time: 12:49
After a short "previously" segment, Master Chief mentions he fled before meeting the true leader, and he and the Arbiter triangulate the location of the villain's base and learn it is in the middle of Florida. The Arbiter challenges L. Ron Hubbard while Master Chief learns Jack Thompson has cloned himself to take over Congress and fights the clones. Mario, Link, and Samus are recruited again to distract CATS. The Arbiter is successful in stabbing Hubbard to death. Master Chief flees from the Thompson clones. CATS defeats Mario, Link, and Samus. The Arbiter is confronted and captured by Tom Cruise, the new leader of Scientology.

In part 2, Master Chief confronts CATS and duels him. Their duel is cut short when the mysterious leader announces CATS has outlived his usefulness. A montage shows the Arbiter, Mario, Link, and Samus held captive by Tom Cruise and Thompson. The mysterious leader reveals himself to Master Chief as none other than the King, mascot of Burger King.

Trailers

Trailer Youtube link
Release date: May 10, 2008
Run time: 2:04

Trivia

  • First appearance of Tom Cruise and the King
  • Despite being in the trailer, Ridley, Ganondorf, and Anonymous do not appear in this episode
Master Chief Sucks at Ordering
Episodes
Season 1 - Season 2
Special Episodes
Minisodes - Movie
Characters
List of characters - The Network
Other
List of tropes

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