Dangeresque Too

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'''Dangeresque Too''' is a private eye from the [[Dangeresque (film series)|Dangeresque film series]], played by [[Homestar Runner]]. He wears [[Cool Shades|shades]], like the ''other'' private eye named [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]], and appears in ''Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque, Too?''. In the movie he is forced to work with the other Dangeresque against his will to thwart [[Perducci]] and his evil henchman [[Killingyouguy]]. Dangeresque Too defeats Killingyouguy with a well-placed "The pipes are broken!!" attack; a parody on the Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku (Hurricane Kick) attack from the [[Street Fighter]] game series. Dangeresque and Dangeresque Too set aside their differences and eventually become friends and partners.  
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'''Dangeresque Too''' is a private eye from the [[Dangeresque (film series)|''Dangeresque'' film series]], played by [[Homestar Runner]]. He wears [[Cool Shades|sunglasses]], like the ''other'' character named [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]].  In ''Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque Too?''  he is forced to work with Dangeresque against his will to thwart [[Perducci]] and his evil henchman [[Killingyouguy]]. Dangeresque Too defeats Killingyouguy with a well-placed "The pipes are broken!" attack, a parody of the Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku attack (known in English as the Hurricane Kick) from the ''[[Street Fighter]]'' videogame series. Dangeresque and Dangeresque Too set aside their differences and eventually become friends and partners.
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Dangeresque Too returned in ''[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]]''. In this movie, a lookalike robot named [[Uzi Bazooka]] is created by the villain [[Craig]] to lead Dangeresque to assume that his partner had turned on him. At the end, the real Dangeresque Too showed himself at the space station and revealed Uzi to be a robot. He then went to take Craig, but was easily overpowered, until Dangeresque [[Kicking The Cheat|kicked]] Craig into the airlock. If maximum awesomeness is earned, you get his shades for a clothing item.
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Dangeresque Too's shades are an item that [[Strong Bad]] can bet in ''[[Poker Night at the Inventory]]'' which, if won, are unlocked for use in ''[[Wikipedia:Team Fortress 2|Team Fortress 2]]''.
== Complete Filmography ==
== Complete Filmography ==
*'''Debut:''' Email [[dangeresque 3]]
*'''Debut:''' Email [[dangeresque 3]]
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*[[Dangeresque: Puppet Squad]]
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]]
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]]
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*Email [[sbemail206]]
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*[[@strongbadactual (Instagram)]] — August 24, 2017; September 2, 2017
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[[Category: Dangeresque Characters]]
[[Category: Dangeresque Characters]]

Current revision as of 19:13, 1 May 2019

This article is about the character. For the second movie in the Dangeresque series, see stunt double.
"The name's Dangeresque. Nice to meet ya."

Dangeresque Too is a private eye from the Dangeresque film series, played by Homestar Runner. He wears sunglasses, like the other character named Dangeresque. In Dangeresque 1: Dangeresque Too? he is forced to work with Dangeresque against his will to thwart Perducci and his evil henchman Killingyouguy. Dangeresque Too defeats Killingyouguy with a well-placed "The pipes are broken!" attack, a parody of the Tatsumaki Senpuu Kyaku attack (known in English as the Hurricane Kick) from the Street Fighter videogame series. Dangeresque and Dangeresque Too set aside their differences and eventually become friends and partners.

Dangeresque Too returned in Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective. In this movie, a lookalike robot named Uzi Bazooka is created by the villain Craig to lead Dangeresque to assume that his partner had turned on him. At the end, the real Dangeresque Too showed himself at the space station and revealed Uzi to be a robot. He then went to take Craig, but was easily overpowered, until Dangeresque kicked Craig into the airlock. If maximum awesomeness is earned, you get his shades for a clothing item.

Dangeresque Too's shades are an item that Strong Bad can bet in Poker Night at the Inventory which, if won, are unlocked for use in Team Fortress 2.

[edit] Complete Filmography

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