Season 3, Episode 12 (24)
Air date May 15, 2009
Written by Jon Graham
Directed by Jon Graham
Episode guide
Company (Part Two)

Evil is the twelth episode of the third season of Arby 'n' the Chief.

Summary Edit

During a game of matchmaking on Halo 3, the Arbiter comes across a couple of players protesting against the release of Resident Evil 5 claiming that the game is "racist and insensitive", and to his surprise, discovers that Master Chief stands alongside the protesters despite him playing the game with the Arbiter not even a half hour earlier.

Plot Edit

This episode begins with Chief and Arbiter playing Resident Evil 5. They are having trouble defeating a boss. Arbiter comments that it is almost as repetitive as Resident Evil 5 reviews on the internet.

The next scene shows Arbiter, sitting on the couch, watching a video review of Resident Evil 5 on the 12th of March. The reviewer, Josh Butterballs, constantly repeats the point that Resident Evil 5 is fun, but not scary. The review goes on for 2 weeks.

Some time after Chief and Arbiter were playing Resident Evil 5, Arbiter decides to play a game of Halo 3. Arbiter notices a few players standing together shouting. He goes towards them, and asks what is going on. They tell him they are protesting about Resident Evil 5, due to it being racist and insensitive. It turns out that Chief joined the cause, despite having been playing Resident Evil 5. with Arbiter only twenty minutes ago. Arbiter disagrees that Resident Evil 5 is racist and insensitive and leaves.

Chief gets back to playing Resident Evil 5 with another player online, while Arbiter thinks to himself, realizing that Africa is suffering from numerous problems and that the protesters made a good point. He goes back to see them. Telling them that it could be considered insensitive, but that his position is from an entertainment standpoint. He tells them that games are only for fun, and that they should acknowledge Africa's problems but just enjoy the game for what it is. The protesters decide that they might have been taking things too far.

The episode ends with Arbiter asking Chief to help him get an emblem in Resident Evil 5.

Cast Edit

Transcript Edit

Main article: Evil/Transcript

Trivia Edit

  • Chief constantly quotes Albert Wesker, a main antagonist from the Resident Evil series, in this video.

Watch the episode Edit

Arby 'n' the Chief - S3E12 - "Evil"

Arby 'n' the Chief - S3E12 - "Evil"