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Today I’ll be connecting Sonic The Hedgehog (yes “The” is capitalized; it’s Sonic’s actual middle name) to Donald Trump. But don’t worry, this isn’t a politically proselytizing episode. I’m simply taking advantage of the politically charged atmosphere here in the US. I’m selfish. Last week I connected Mario to Hillary Clinton. Watch that episode here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cfs2q25WVrg.

You know that social theory that everyone on earth can be connected to anyone else by no more than 5 intermediaries? They call that 6 Degrees of Separation. I do the same thing here, except I connect video game topics in strange ways using 6 Degrees of Pixelation.

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Today I’ll be connecting Mario to Hillary Clinton. But don’t worry, this isn’t a politically proselytizing episode. I’m simply taking advantage of the politically charged atmosphere here in the US. I’m selfish. So of course next week, it will be Donald Trump, whom I’ll be connecting to Sonic the Hedgehog.

You know that social theory that everyone on earth can be connected to anyone else by no more than 5 intermediaries? They call that 6 Degrees of Separation. I do the same thing here, except I connect video game topics in strange ways using 6 Degrees of Pixelation.

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Today I connect DOOM Guy—the nameless protagonist of the DOOM series—with Shy Guy—the cute pajama-ed and Jason masked enemy from the Super Mario Bros. series.

You know that social theory that everyone on earth can be connected to anyone else by no more than 5 intermediaries? They call that 6 Degrees of Separation. I do the same thing here, except I connect video game topics in strange ways using 6 Degrees of Pixelation.

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Today I connect Hancock—the gruff-voiced ghoul mayor of Fallout 4’s Goodneighbor—with Tony Hawk—the famous skateboarder and titular star of many Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater games.

You know that social theory that everyone on earth can be connected to anyone else by no more than 5 intermediaries? They call that 6 Degrees of Separation. I do the same thing here, except I connect video game topics in strange ways using 6 Degrees of Pixelation.

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Today I connect Harold—the tree-man from many Fallout games including Fallout 2 and Fallout 3—with Pocahontas—the American Indian Chief’s daughter who may or may not have saved the life of an English colonialist.

You know that social theory that everyone on earth can be connected to anyone else by no more than 5 intermediaries? They call that 6 Degrees of Separation. I do the same thing here, except I connect video game topics in strange ways using 6 Degrees of Pixelation.

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