This Strange Fallout 4 / Bob Ross Sequel is the Greatest Video You’ll See All Day (VIDEO)

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YouTube page, UpIsNotJump has made a trippy sequel to their first hilarious Fallout 4 / Bob Ross crossover. You may know the beloved Bob Ross from his TV show The Joy of Painting that was on PBS from 1983 – 1994. His sweet afro and gentle, soothing voice made him unforgettable and his paintings were pretty kick-ass. UpIsNotJump posted the original video 3 months ago depicting their Fallout 4 character looking like the late Bob Ross and painting a happy little cloud with a gun, Fallout style. In case you didn’t see it, here is that original video below:

That video has gotten over 176,000 views and now UpIsNotJump has done it again with a new crazy Bob Ross video that is even more strange than the first. The newest video starts out with the words “5 years earlier” and shows, Fallout 4 style, Bob walking down the street in the pouring rain and he starts a monologue about how he began painting. Then, it is time for the “episode” to begin. You can watch the crazy video below, but be warned, there are a lot of flashing images so people who are seizure prone should be careful and possibly avoid the beginning of the video:

In this new Bob Ross video, his son Steve Ross makes an appearance to shoot out a painting before being sucked up into a UFO. Guns, Paint, and “Squirrels” galore. This video is creeptastically funny and we hope you enjoyed it as much as we did! Have you made any Fallout 4 characters that looked like famous people? Tell us all about it in the comment section below and please make sure to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for all your gaming news hot off the press! Did you see the Fallout 4, T-45 Power Armor statue from Gaming Heads? Check that out here!

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