Hypermail Anniversary
Season Hypermail, Episode 11
Hypermail Anniversary
Air date November 19, 2011
Written by Jon Graham
Directed by Jon Graham
Episode guide
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Hypermail Anniversary is the eleventh episode of Hypermail: Season 1. This episode is a tribute to the Halo Series, since the tenth anniversary of the series was very recent.

Summary Edit

Master Chief and the Arbiter answer another batch of viewer mail, as well as thank Bungie for ten years of Halo gaming goodness and permitting Arby 'n' the Chief to run as long as it has.

Plot Edit

This episode begins with Chief kneeling down in front of a copy of Halo 2, thanking Bungie for the Halo Series. Arbiter questions why Chief has Halo 2 propped up. Chief tells him that it's because Halo 2 was the first Halo game. Arbiter and Chief announce that they want to thank Bungie, not only for the Halo series, but also for their respect for their fanbase, and the fact that they let Jon work on the series without Microsoft interfering. After they thank Bungie, they answer some mail.

From Silas:

"I actually did get sick from halloween. How does that make you feel Chief??

- Silas" - Chief says that he is very sad that Silas lived and tells him to get sick again soon.

From Joseph:

"My name is Joseph,

Why did the LA series suck balls. And why didn't Jon add that as a legitimate season? Wishing you the best" - Arbiter tells Joseph that he answered his own question.

From Emil:

"Hi chief

I've heard that if you flush yourself from a toilet, you will arrive in to a tunnel where is a pirate treasure hidden inside."

- Regards:

- Emil" - Chief runs to the toilet, to try Emil's idea. Arbiter ends the episode, and goes after him.

Cast Edit

Trivia Edit

  • When Arbiter is thanking Bungie for Halo at the beginning, he mentions that he started the series ripping off the Halo 2 map packs, when really it was the Halo 3 map packs. This was a simple error on Jon's part.

Watch the Episode Edit

"Hypermail Anniversary"

"Hypermail Anniversary"