|Genre|| Gameplay comedy|
|Created by||Tyler Huff|
|Produced by||Tyler Huff|
|Directed by||Tyler Huff|
|Starring||Tyler Huff (as Jack W. Sohn)|
|Games used|| Half-Life: Residual Life (modified)
Half-Life: Residual Point (modified)
|Running time||12:03 - 26:08 (Season 1)|
|First run date|| Aug 17, 2015 (YouTube)|
December 5, 2016 (YouTube)
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It takes place in the Half-Life mod Residual Life by Radiation-Studios and midway through, it switches the the sister mod Residual Point. The series was originally started on August 17, 2015, but a remake was started in it's place on December 5, 2016.
The series is inspired by Freeman's Mind, Barney's Mind, and Shephard's Mind.
He originally comes across as an average guy who just tries to be nice, but isn't afraid to speak his mind when it comes to Black Mesa. Most notably about his hatred of the administrator, Wallace Breen. According to Jack, Dr. Breen is a greedy cheapskate who could care less about the safety of the Black Mesa personnel. Jack has grown to loathe the entire facility, and even goes so far as to mock the tram announcement. He appears to have some sort of psychological issues, as his father was apparently slightly abusive, with him giving examples such as him being woken up every morning by his dad zapping him with a cattle prod. His dad also trained him in skills such as firearms training, tactical training, and other military-related skills, as his dad wanted him to go into the military.
- Jack has already been late for work 3 times during the week.
- The mind series gives a set date for the Resonance Cascade: May 16, 2003
- Jack sometimes wonders if he could steal uranium from Black Mesa and sell it to Russia, in order to become a millionaire and not have to work ever again.
- Jack only knows four people in the entirety of the Lambda Complex: Conley, Lance, Slick, and Birdwell. Birdwell is apparently full of himself.
- Jack, at first, thinks that the Black Mesa Incident was caused by terrorists.
- According to Jack, Black Mesa has been sued for cancer-related incidents in the past.
- Jack knows who Gordon Freeman is(to some extent), and feels sympathy for him after hearing a VOX announcement okaying Freeman's prosecution by the HECU marines who are hunting him down. He does feel that "its probably good that he [Gordon] is being hunted by the military, since he's probably an asshole." though.
- He believes that he is the only one able to survive the Black Mesa Incident.
- As of episode 4, Jack hears a ghostly voice whispering things in his ears.
- Jack passes out when under extreme stress.
- Jack has a scar on his right cheek. It is unknown how it got there, but it can be assumed that the "bar in Reno" involved him getting into a fight with someone in a bar in Reno, Nevada. And getting his cheek slashed in the process.
- Jack was born and raised in Berea, Kentucky.
- Over the course of the series, Jack have developed a tendency to use the word "fuck" more often than any other swear, as a result of his sanity slowly slipping away, and also his qualms with certain words.
- Jack doesn't like to say certain words, such as vagina, as the word itself just makes him uncomfortable. He does somewhat get over this unease while under the influence of the green serum in the syringes that most scientists carry, though.
- Jack can not stand calenders not being changed to the right month, and gets very agitated if someone does not change their calender.
- Jack wishes that he could use the tripmines to set up "the most hardcore game of Limbo ever", saying that it would be hardcore because failing to clear the laser could mean death for the player.
- As of episode 10, Jack knows that the US Government is trying, to no avail, to cover up the Resonance Cascade. This causes his trust in the government to dwindle exponentially.
- Jack tends to scream like a girl when he gets startled by somethig(or someone).
- Jack is Korean-American.