List of Red Vs. Blue Special Episodes

List Of Red Vs. Blue Special Episodes

This is a list of special episodes and public service announcements (PSAs) of the machinima comedy series Red vs. Blue. These episodes exist outside the main storyline of the series. This list is organized primarily by how Rooster Teeth Productions have labelled their videos; as a result, some PSAs may follow the format of a Special, or some videos labelled otherwise may follow a PSA or Special format, but are not categorized as such.

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