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The Rosens' Disappointing Stateside Vacation
Ep46
Information
Episode # 46 (Season 4, Ep. 7)
Airdate March 5, 2018
Length 2:44

The 46th episode in The Rosen Family Chronicles, and also 256Pi's entry to Aerodynamic Watermelon's Rosen World Tour collab. Watch it here.

Plot Edit

Michael, Brian and Older Rosen are all at London Airport getting ready to take a flight to Chicago. Brian is complaining about how terrible an idea it was for Michael to purchase tickets for them to get on separate flights, though Michael points out it was the cheapest arrangement he could find. While this is all going on, Older Rosen just keeps dancing in the background. After a bit of arguing, they all take off for the US. The plane with Older Rosen inside smacks into several Smash Bros Classic Mode targets for some reason (at least they hit every target).

Hours later, Michael is sleeping in his flight when two shadowy figures decide to beat up the pilot and throw Michael out of the plane. The pilot threatens the figures with a gun, so they jump out of the plane as well. Michael lands in the Chicago River and starts walking around the downtown area, only to run into the shadowy figures again, who chase him around in a montage. After a while Michael makes it to the lot entrance on Lower Stetson Avenue, and decides to call Brian to check up on him.

Meanwhile Brian hasn't landed in Chicago at all, he's ended up all the way in Las Vegas via a "really fast" flight, and tells Michael what's happened (while one of the figures falls off a ledge behind him). As for Older Rosen, he just kinda randomly teleported all over the country. He's seen running around in New York, singing about Hollywood, Chocolate-ing around Miami, doing...something in Washington D.C., looking around a motel somewhere on Route 66, and finally in Las Vegas, where he pokes a neon sign and causes the whole city to crash.

Music Edit

  • "Target Stage" from Super Smash Bros Melee
  • "Metropolis" by 256 Pi (download)
  • "Feel The Magnetic Field" by 256 Pi (download)
  • "Sparkler Dusk / View From The Stairwell / Clearance 6'3"" by 256 Pi (download)