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The Stanley Parable: Today Hank Green does the Escape Pod ending! Watch as he disappears into nothingness...
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Hello and welcome to Games With Hank. I am Hank, this is games with me, Hank.

We're going to be playing The Stanley Parable again! This might be our last Stanley Parable video. We're getting low on endings right now. But... I know that there are several more, some of them are a little bit more difficult to achieve than others, but right now, we're gonna head to the boss's office.

I wasn't recording for a little bit, now I am, now I am. Here I am, all my coworkers are gone. That's what you missed, you missed the fact that all of my coworkers are gone, and I decided to go to the meeting room to-- for some reason.

Narrator: Stanley came to a set of two open doors..

Hank: I went the right way!

Narrator: ...door on his left.

Hank: Good job, Stanley. I still have "My Heart Will Go On" in my head.

Narrator: Yet there was not a single person here, either.

Hank: That's what happens.

Narrator: Feeling a wave of disbelief, Stanley decided to go up to his boss's office.

Hank: I disbelieve it.

Narrator: Coming to a staircase, Stanley walked upstairs to his boss's office.

Hank: Walking upstairs to my boss's office. What happened to everybody, though? That's what I really... So this seems to be, I think these are the doors that I would like to go through. So then I go *whoop* and then I come... Oh, that wasn't good enough. I kinda... I don't know. I want to go through, but not.

Narrator: Stepping--

Hank: Yeaaaah. Yeah, now I'm in here. And I can't go there. And I'm in here. Hello? There's one with computers, there's like lots of computer that you have to do, and that sounds hard. So I don't think I'm going to do that one. Hello? I can't go here? I figured I was going to be able to go there. And... I read up to the point where it tells you how to get to the ending, and then I don't read the part where it tells you what the ending is. So... yeah. I didn't do that, so I'm not sure now what do I do now that I've done that.

Hank: I guess I'm just gonna go back. I'm gonna go back to wherever I came from. So bright outside, always very bright outside. Um... a b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-yeah-ohs-fee-fone-fi . Wait! There's a door open. Wait no, that door's always open. Never mind.

Hank: Somebody was in a rush to get out of here, because they spilled their coffee. So there must have been some reason that people ran away quickly. What does this say? It says Username Access. Turn off. You're died don't want to d-d-d-d-d-d talk to me I'm Stanley I don't want to talk to you I guess I go back to my office.

Hank: No, there's a hole. There's a hole where there should be an office, and it's nothing, it's darkness.

Hank: A b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b. I'm on fireball. Now you are leaving! There's dust in the air. There's a little bit of smoke in the air, because maybe the roof is on fire. Is the roof on fire? Is that why everyone left? Because the roof, the roof, the roof was on fire? And that's dangerous, so they had to evacuate?

Hank: Escape pod bay floor 760? That's a long way away. 760 floors is unmanageably too many. Are there any-- are there any buildings that have 760 floors in the world? I don't know the answer to that question. Wait a second, wait a second, this doesn't make any sense. THIS DOESN'T MAKE ANY SENSE. I don't know why. I just feel like it doesn't.

Hank: Let's just keep on going up. Yeah, make that extra-clinky metal noise. 756. This looks exactly like the level before. They didn't even change the numbers. *burps* I had to burp. It's dark in here. This is a dark level. This was a little darker than the ones before. Okay, 57. 57 is all the same, it's getting darker.

Hank: This reminds me of a book I read that was really good called-- what the heck was it called? Aw shoot. I can't remember what it was called. But it reminds me of that book that I read, that I'm sure some day they'll turn into a really great science fiction series and you'll all be like "oh yeah I know what he's talking," because apparently none of you read.

Hank: Alright, escape pod launch bay. Wow, it's getting-- it's deteriorated a fair amount, which seems unlikely and unusual to me. Also, it seems like the computer was on in the same office in every office which just seems unlikely. Alright, escape.

Hank: Hello? Hello? It's very dark in here. It's very-- just keep walking. Watch the door get smaller. Walk backwards away from the... it's so dark in here. Does Stanley have a flashlight?

Hank: Oooh. I got goosebumps when it disappeared. Hello? Is the roof on fire? Is the roof. The roof. The roof on f--?

Hank: Oh was that it? That was the escape? I escaped? Through a hole in the nothing? That was it? I just kept walking? I thought there was going to be some kind of shuttle launch. I was excited about the shuttle launch. Maybe I'm just having a brain dysfunction. I am Stanley, after all.

Hank: Wait, there's a ring ringing. Where is it? It's right here, this phone. This one? No? Hello?

Phone (woman's voice): Hello. This is a recorded message scheduled either by you or a person in your place of work. The purpose of this message is to warn you about the dangers of recorded messages. If at any time you believe you are listening to a recorded message, please terminate it immediately and cease all flow of information from the recorded message into your perceptual sphere. Thank you, and have a pleasant day.

Hank: Okay, Welcome to Nightvale.

Hank: Yeah, very very Welcome to Nightvale of you. Well done. That's it? There was indeed a phone ringing and I found it.

Hank: Thanks for watching this episode of Games With Hank. That was weird. DFTBA.