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    Viewtiful Joe Game Script
    Written by UltraVioletGirl
    0. Version History
    1. Introduction
    2. Story
    3. Characters
    4. Script
    4.1. Opening
    4.2. Joe the Hero
    4.3. Some Like it Red Hot
    4.4. 2,000,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    4.5. The Viewtiful Escape
    4.6. The Midnight Thunderboy
    4.7. The Magnificent 5
    4.8. Joe and Silvia
    4.9. Ending
    5. FAQ
    6. Closing
    6.1. Copyright Information
    6.2. Credits
    6.3. Contact Me
    0. Version History
    1.00: Script completed according to the soundtrack, plus some changes made on
    my own. Some dialog still needs to be confirmed and changed.
    1.05: Changed some dialog errors in the opening and the first chapter; added
    some actions to the opening.
    1.09: Oh, my stars! An update! I fixed a few little things in this script,
    Adding a long-forgotten footnote in 2,000,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    Changing the heading a bit.
    Fixing a typo in 1.00 version history.
    Changing the FAQ a bit.
    Fixed some footnotes to sound a bit less childish.
    Changed the font from Courier New to Lucida Console.
    I'm thinking of maybe going through the game again and correcting some of the
    errors, but I'm kind of iffy on that. If I do start updating this more often,
    you'll notice that I've matured a lot in the three years since this thing was
    1. Introduction
    Yes, this is the Viewtiful Joe Game Script. I got the soundtrack a while back
    and only noticed the game script inside it a little while ago, so I’m typing it
    down here. There are several dialog errors, so I have corrected some of them.
    Later on, I’ll make some changes and this guide will (hopefully) be 100%
    accurate some day.
    2. Story
    Joe and his girl, Silvia, are “enjoying” a “date” together at the movies. Joe
    is cheering on his hero, Captain Blue, but Silvia wants them to do something
    together. While trying to divide his attention between the movie and his girl,
    the movie monsters come to life and grab Silvia! While Joe sits there in shock,
    he gets sucked in, too! Joe gets a V-Watch from his idol, Captain Blue, and
    goes off to save his girl as... Viewtiful Joe!
    3. Characters
    Here are the major characters of the game.
    Viewtiful Joe: Joe is an average guy who ends up getting sucked into Movieland
    and becomes the red hero we all know and love: Viewtiful Joe! (Voiced by Dee
    Bradley Baker.)
    Sexy Silvia: Joe’s girlfriend, she gets kidnapped into Movieland and is held
    hostage. She gets to become a hero in the end. (Voiced by Christina Puccelli.)
    Captain Blue: Joe’s hero and idol, Captain Blue grants Joe the V-Watch. He
    turns out to be the major villain. (Voiced by Gregg Berger.)
    Goldie: Silvia’s twin sister seen in Silvia’s story.
    Ivory: Silvia and Goldie’s mother and the wife of Blue, she is seen in Captain
    Blue’s story.
    Dark Fiend, Charles III: The first boss of the game, he mentions a “ritual of
    sacrifice.” (Voiced by Roger Rose.)
    Iron Ogre, Hulk Davidson: The second boss, he really likes to sing and can get
    annoying on occasion. He doesn’t say much about the Jadow’s plan. (Voiced by
    Kevin Michael Richardson.)
    Aquatic Terror, Gran Bruce: The third boss, he’s a huge idiot and reveals the
    location of the Jadow’s hideout. (Voiced by Roger Rose.)
    Another Joe: A Joe clone, he turns out to be:
    Blade Master, Alastor: Joe’s archrival, all he cares about is a good challenge.
    He reads the entire plan of the Jadows to Joe. (Voiced by Mikey Kelley.)
    Raging Stones: These green creatures are stone copies of the first four bosses.
    They may look like a bunch of rock-heads, but they’re harder to defeat then the
    Inferno Lord, Fire Leo: Fire Leo is the most evil boss in the game! He doesn’t
    really give Joe any information, but rambles on pointlessly until it’s time to
    fight. (Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.)
    The Omnipotent, King Blue: Your big, bad guy, he’s really Captain Blue gone
    bad. (Voiced by Gregg Berger.)
    Sixmachine: The little vehicle Joe rides on. (Voiced by Hideki Kamiya.)
    Mega Megabot (not sure if this is correct), Six Majin: Joe’s giant, fighting
    robot. He also takes Joe into Movieland at the beginning. (Voiced by Hideki
    4. Script
    Yep, this is the entire game script according to the OST. You can search for a
    certain part using Ctrl+F. Also, if you see anything tagged with a star (*),
    then read the note at the end of the script.
    4.1. Opening
    (Scene before you press Start):
    Narrator: The Jadows move ominously across the land, dying the sky with blood
    and pounding the Earth. Those who still have faith in justice and honor, valor
    and goodness, call out his name. The ultimate superhero, the only one who can
    save the world from extinction. If he can’t do it, no one can!
    Joe: Who me?
    (Opening scene):
    Narrator: Captain Blue fights with every ounce of his being. He fights against
    the dark forces of evil, for what is right. This is all that Blue has ever
    wanted; to do the right thing.
    Joe: Come on, Blue! You have to save the world! We can’t do it without you!
    Silvia: ...Joe. Is this your idea of a date movie? I had a more romantic time
    eating popcorn in the lobby! Joe, honey, why don’t you show me some off-screen
    action... (Pushes Joe down and starts kissing him.)
    Joe: Wh... whoa! Syl... Silvia, cut it out!! I said, cut it out! They don’t
    show these old movies all the time, you know. I’ve been looking forward to this
    Silvia: Well, I’ve been looking forward to this for a long time, too! We
    haven’t been out on a date in forever! (Pushes Joe down and starts kissing him
    Joe: Hey! Stop that, this is the best part...
    King Blue: Muahahaaah! I have won! The dark side prevails! Now you have seen
    just how flimsy your sense of justice is, Captain Blue! Now I rule this world!
    The world is MIIIIIINE! Ha ha haaaaah!
    Joe: Go away...
    Silvia: Come on...
    Narrator: And thus Captain Blue was brought to his end. Goodbye, beautiful
    world. Nothing will ever be the same again.
    Joe: Aw man. I missed the most important part.
    Silvia: Hey... I’ve seen this scene before.
    Joe: Know why? Cuz this flick hit the screens way back when we were still
    little babies.
    Silvia: But that guy in the blue mask... I know I’ve seen him someWHOA!*
    King Blue: The girl is mine! And she’ll serve as the object of my revenge!
    Joe: Wow... that was unreal! What the heck?
    (King Blue grabs Silvia and takes her into the screen.)
    Silvia: AH! He... hey! What’s going on?! Let go of me! Joe, do something!
    Joe: Whah... What’s happening...?!? (King Blue punches Six Majin into the
    theater.) It’s... SIX MAJIN!
    *The soundtrack says “somewh-” but I posted it as “someWHOA” because that’s
    basically what Silvia says.
    4.2. Joe the Hero
    (First scene):
    Joe: Oww... Hey. Wait a minute... Am I INSIDE THE MOVIE?
    Captain Blue: Correct my young friend! I am Captain Blue. I am no longer able
    to fight because I have been defeated. You must take my place, as the new
    action hero.
    Joe: That voice... it really is Captain Blue! Whoa!... Hey, can I get your
    Captain Blue: No, I am already gone. I beg of you to take up the torch of
    justice, young movie lover. Now go. The world is in danger! Your lady friend is
    waiting for you.
    Joe: Cool... a real V-Watch! I always wanted to try one on!
    (Scene before you battle Captain Blue for the first time):
    Captain Blue: My young Joe. It looks like you haven’t awakened to your true
    powers as a hero. Come, I’ll show you how to be a real hero. Come and get me!
    (Scene after you defeat Captain Blue for the first time):
    Awwh, your hero-ness has awakened. Now, the V-Watch is responding to your hero
    instincts deep down inside. When the V-Watch glows, say the word, “Henshin!!!”
    Joe: Henshin a go-go, baby!!!
    (Scene before you fight Captain Blue the second time):
    Captain Blue: Joe it’s time for your next trial. Hope you are warmed up cuz
    ready or not here I come!
    (Scene before you fight Charles III):
    Charles the Third: Who dares disturb my beauty sleep? Have you not heard, this
    movie is already over! Captain Blue’s defeated, and we are victorious!
    Joe: Shows you what you know, bat-brain! In movies, there has to be a plot
    twist. That means that things go wrong once before you get to a happy ending!
    Now come on! Let’s get this over with!
    Charles the Third: What nonsense he speaks! Come nightfall, the ritual of
    sacrifice will begin and your pathetic little world will... Oopsie-poopsie!
    Almost let the cat out of the bag there! In any case, this has nothing to do
    with riff-raff like you. The only thing left for you to do is... PERISH!
    (Scene after you defeat Charles III):
    Charles the Third: This is not...
    Joe: Sorry to wake you up. You can sleep as much as you want now!
    Narrator: Joe wanders into the world of the movies, and gallantly fights evil
    to rescue Silvia. With the help of his superior strength, he is able to reign
    triumphant over the dastardly Badman, Charles the Third. Where could Silvia be?
    Is she safe? Is she even alive? Intolerable anxiety tears at Joe’s heart. What
    did they do to her?
    Joe: Hmm... What would be a good hero name for me? I never thought this would
    be so hard!
    Narrator: Searching for Silvia, Joe tries to track clues as to her whereabouts.
    Little did he know that the clues would only lead him to more problems... The
    next episode is “Some Like it Red Hot”. See you there!
    4.3. Some Like it Red Hot
    (Scene before you fight Captain Blue for the third time):
    Captain Blue: Joe, my young here, this is your last trial. If you overcome this
    trial you’ll have acquired the last power. Now let’s get this over with!
    (Scene after you defeat Captain Blue for the third time):
    Captain Blue: Joe... I have nothing left to teach you. The beautiful moves and
    techniques that flourish from your gut hero instincts, exploit them for good
    deeds and save the world. The world is waiting for you. Joe, go now! May the
    heroness be with you.
    (Scene before you fight Hulk Davidson):
    Hulk Davidson: Yo, yo, yo, yo, yo, men! What’up, what’up, what’up?* What can I
    do for you, kiddo? I guess you heard I rule the roost around here, am I right?
    Am I?
    Joe: Man, don’t flatter yourself. You’re just another one of those old
    attractions in this “movieland.”
    Hulk Davidson: What? Wait a minute, jack. So you knew this world was called
    “Movieland”. How interesting. All right, spit it out. Where are you from?
    Joe: Huh?
    Hulk Davidson: I’m surprised a little “punk” like you from the real world knew
    about our plans. Eh! It’s not gonna matter anyway after I’m finished with you.
    So what’s with the V-Watch on your arm? You think you’re some kinda Megaman**
    or somethin’?
    Joe: Heh heh... pretty cool, huh? I’m here to avenge Captain Blue. Just call
    me... Ah!*** I haven’t come up with a good name yet.
    Hulk Davidson: You know who I am? You know who I am? I’m the one who put that
    scar on Captain Blue’s face! You’ll be lucky if you get away with your life,
    *I have no clue how Hulk said that exactly, but that’s what the booklet said.
    **This wasn’t in the soundtrack booklet, but I knew that “Megaman” was the word
    Hulk used.
    ***A good example that the soundtrack booklet is wrong. It said that Joe had
    said ‘darn’ instead of ‘Ah!’
    (Scene after you defeat Hulk Davidson):
    Hulk Davidson: Hulk’s going to the big house* ...ouch! You little punk!
    Joe: A man wears a scar as a medal. Not to say I couldn’t win unhurt, of course.
    Narrator: Thus, Joe overcame the frightful power of Hulk Davidson. But on the
    blueprints that had fallen into his hands was outlined the most terrible of
    plans... The Jadows, seeking to stretch their evil power to the ocean itself,
    had planted a bomb in the underwater city of Moo. Already, water was starting
    to flood the city. Thousands of lives were at risk. Joe had no choice but to
    abandon the search for Silvia and race to the rescue the innocents of Moo!
    Joe: Dang, this writing is horrible! I can’t even read this junk! But more
    importantly, a superhero needs a super-ride...
    Narrator: Joe boards his trusty Sixmachine and embarks on a mission to save the
    underwater city! Don’t forget to see the next installment, ‘2,000,000 Leagues
    Under the Sea’. ‘Till then... ta-ta!
    Joe: Ready, Sixmachine? Let’s ride!**
    *A VERY good example of how messed up the soundtrack is. The booklet read
    “Hulk’s gonna make a big house...” when he was actually singing “Hulk’s going
    to the big house...”
    **I don’t remember if Joe said that, but the soundtrack says he did, so I’m
    typing it up anyway!
    4.4. 2,000,000 Leagues Under the Sea
    Note from UVG: Sixmachine did say something at the beginning of the episode,
    but I couldn’t understand it, and it’s not in the booklet. If anyone knows what
    he said, or at least has a good guess, please e-mail me! My e-mail is in
    section 6.3.
    (Scene after you defeat the Harrier):
    Joe: Let’s rock baby, yeah!
    (Line that repeats itself until you disarm the bomb underwater):
    Robotic Voice: Warning, warning, a bomb has been armed! Repeat, a bomb has been
    (Scene after you disarm the bomb):
    Robotic Voice: The bomb has been disarmed. Repeat, the bomb has been disarmed.
    (Scene before you fight Gran Bruce):
    Gran Bruce: Oy, mate, you’re the one who foiled my wonderful... uh... uh...
    bomb plot! But mate, you better not be thinkin’ you can just hop on this
    here... uh... uh... submarine and go straight to our... uh... uh... hideout!
    Joe: Wait. That sub goes to your hideout?
    Gran Bruce: D’oh! I... Ah, never mind! But you have to know mate, we need that
    girl for out dastardly plan to escape... Movieland, and rule the... uh... you
    know... UNIVERSE... I think.
    Joe: What are you yapping about, “escape Movieland”?
    Gran Bruce: (Starts making a bunch of stupid noises.)
    Joe: What an idiot...
    Gran Bruce: Oy, you best shut up, mate, otherwise I’ll chew your hindquarters
    like a big, stickle... uh...
    Joe: GUM! G-U-M! GUM! Gosh, do I have to spell it out on a chalkboard for ‘ya?
    Gran Bruce: Yeah, so?
    (Scene after you defeat Gran Bruce):
    Gran Bruce: I think I’m gonna take a nap...*
    Joe: You should watch your big mouth until you know you’re gonna win! Although
    in this case, the big mouth isn’t really your fault!
    Narrator: Joe emerges triumphant after his first marine battle. The lives of
    the underwater residents have been saved! Suddenly, the submarine begins to
    move forward. Without a moment to spare, Joe leaps onto the submarine.
    Joe: Hey, wait up! Aw, come on! I wanna go, too!
    Narrator: Will this trail eventually lead to Silvia? Will this ship become the
    next Noah’s Ark for Joe, or will he become the next bait for Moby Dick? To find
    out, don’t miss the next installment of Viewtiful Joe: “The Viewtiful Escape!”
    *Don't know if that's what he said, but who can understand that moronic
    bloke, anyway?
    4.5. The Viewtiful Escape
    (Scene when Joe first jumps on the submarine):
    Joe: Bring it on!
    (Scene before you fight Another Joe):
    Joe: Huh? That outfit looks just like mine! Hey, are you a hero in this world,
    Another Joe: (Strikes a fighting pose.)
    Joe: Hey? What’s your problem? All right, fine! Let’s settle this! We don’t
    need two heroes wearing red, anyway! Whoever wins has to change into a yellow
    outfit. (Cackles.) Okay?
    (Scene after you defeat Another Joe):
    Robotic Voice: Condition red! Condition red! All crew evacuate immediately!
    Condition red...
    (Scene after you escape from the submarine):
    Joe: (Inaudible.)
    Narrator: The close contest with the mysterious opponent and his narrow escape
    of death from an exploding submarine has taught Joe a valuable lesson.
    Joe: (Inaudible.)*
    Narrator: But there are many more difficult trials that will present themselves
    to Joe. What hardships will he face, and does he have the strength to overcome?
    Will he find the hideout in time, before the dark rituals take place? And who
    was the mysterious devil-like individual who appeared and then disappeared like
    lightning? Find out in the next episode, “The Midnight Thunderboy.”
    *Just thought I’d add this, but I bet Joe was telling the narrator to shut the
    crap up!
    4.6. The Midnight Thunderboy
    (Scene when Joe jumps out the manhole):
    Joe: Time to go to work, guys! (Kisses his knuckles.)
    (Scene when you first board the train):
    Robotic Voice: Emergency, emergency, this train is totally out of control!
    Activate emergency breaks! Repeat, activate emergency breaks!
    (Scene after you activate the emergency breaks):
    Robotic Voice: The emergency breaks have been activated! Repeat, the emergency
    breaks have been activated! Thank goodness!*
    *Again, a script mess-up. The booklet said that Joe said that line.
    (Scene before you fight Alastor):
    Alastor: Ah, it’s my friendly neighborhood arch-rival. But you’re a little late
    – the ritual has begun.
    Joe: I know you!
    Alastor: The name’s Alastor. Nice punch back there, by the way.
    Joe: What’s this about a ritual? I hope you guys aren’t up to anything weird.
    Kids are watching this too, you know.
    Alastor: Right! Well, since you’ll die anyway, I guess I can reveal to you our
    evil plan. Ahem. “For many years we have fought against Captain Blue for
    control of the world of movies. However, it has recently been brought to our
    attention that this world may be in fact fictional. If celluloid should become
    obsolete, we too will be destined to lie forever on the cutting room floor of
    history. In order to counter this threat, we have made a bold plan to break
    through the silver screen and take over the world beyond Hollywood.
    Joe: Sheesh, I hate it when they have all these sub-plots...
    Alastor: The key to our success lies in the DNA of the Creator. As long as we
    have that DNA in our possession, we will be able to come and go at will in the
    world of humans, which is why we need the girl.
    Joe: The girl...? You mean Silvia!
    Alastor: Well, that seems to be the general idea. But hey, I don’t give a rip
    about all that! The only thing I’m interested in is testing my own strength.
    You’ve been making waves in our world, but you should realize you’re just a
    sidekick! Let’s see who’s the strongest, once and for all!
    (Scene after you defeat Alastor):
    Alastor: Why, you... you’re pretty strong. And that move – the one you did back
    there... beautiful! Tell me, what do they call you?
    Joe: Beautiful? Well, yeah, that works. I’m Joe! Viewtiful Joe!
    Alastor: Viewtiful Joe... how fitting...
    Narrator: The warrior Alastor was dead. Joe felt that he had lost an old
    friend, and his heart was heavy with conflicting emotion. But Joe is
    unstoppable. He bravely hurls himself into the mystery of the Creator’s DNA in
    order to save the lovely Silvia. Thus, he faces the most agonizing battle any
    superhero could ever be forced to encounter.
    Joe: Yikes! I completely forgot about Silvia!
    Narrator: The grueling attacks of the evil forces know no end. Before his
    battered body, the most imposing of the Jadows appears with no mercy. Don’t
    forget to catch Joe and company next time in “The Magnificent Five”!
    Alastor: Is this it? Am I done for? You’re kidding, right? NO! C’mon, help a*
    brother out!**
    *Let’s face it, the script’s screwed up! A small mistake, but it said “help OUR
    brother out” here.
    **I think he may have said more, but I’m not sure. I’ll check next update.
    4.7. The Magnificent Five
    (Scene when the chapter starts):
    Joe: All right! Let’s go kick some... (Pause as Joe looks around.) Oh...
    Something doesn’t feel right...
    (Scene before you fight Fire Leo):
    Silvia: Joe!
    Joe: Hey, Silvia, I was looking for you... What are you doing there, anyway?
    Silvia: Yeah, right! I’ve been watching you all along from here. You were so
    busy showing off, you hardly even thought about me!
    Joe: Hey, that’s not true...
    (Fire Leo comes in.)
    Fire Leo: (Roars.) So you’re the one who’s been knocking down Jadow members
    like dominos!
    Joe: (Cackles.) The final battle! Okay, now this is where I defeat you and get
    to go home with Silvia as me reward, right? Right? You may as well give up,
    because I am going to foil* all your grand plans.
    Silvia: My hero!
    Joe: Not bad, huh?
    Fire Leo: (Laughs evilly.) Quite a character, I see. How about we strike a
    bargain? You join our forces as the newest member of Jadow H.Q., and once we
    conquer the world, you can rule over half of it. Oh, I’ll throw in the girl, as
    well. (Growls.)
    Joe: Even if you offered me the whole world, the real world doesn’t need a
    sweaty, flame-blower** like you. The world’s hot enough with me in it.
    Fire Leo: Well, well. That’s a pity. (Clicks his tongue.) We only just met and
    already it’s time for you to say goodbye. (Growls.) When I’m done with you,
    there won’t even be ashes left! (Roars.)
    Joe: Ooh! Are you saying you’re too hot for me to handle! (Cackles.) Try me!
    *It was either “foil” or “boil.” “Foil” makes more sense, though.
    **It sounded like he said “blame-blower.” Is that even a word?
    (Scene after you defeat Fire Leo):
    Fire Leo: I thought I was hot... But you are hotter!*
    (Fire Leo explodes.)
    Joe: Silvia! (Echoes.)
    Silvia: Joe! (Echoes.)
    Narrator: Joe has finally succeeded in foiling the evil Jadow’s plot. Peace
    will return to Movieland. But a question still remains in Joe’s mind: how were
    the evil ones permitted to get as far as they did? What was their motivation?
    And how would he know that it would not happen again...?
    Silvia: (Screams as she is grabbed.) JOE!
    Joe: SILVIA!!
    King Blue: Don’t think it’s over yet! You will never get the girl! I have an
    important use for her.
    Joe: You’re the guy from the beginning part!
    King Blue: No matter what, I shall rule the world! I will show you how weak and
    inconsequential you are!
    Silvia: JOE!! HELP!!
    Joe: (Pause as he looks around.) Come on, Six Machine!
    (Gets on Six Machine and flies off.)
    *I don’t know if he says this or not, but, again, that’s what the booklet said!
    4.8. Joe and Silvia
    (Scene before you fight King Blue):
    (Pause as Joe looks around.)
    Silvia: (Scared): Joe...
    Joe: Oh my gosh... It’s you! How...? Why...?
    Captain Blue: (Turns around.) Right again, little one. I am Blue, the Creator
    of this land, the Lord of this world! Oh, how trivial, how inconsequential do
    heroes look from where I stand.
    Joe: Hey, what is this? Captain Blue, enemy of evil, guardian of the world...
    Why, Captain Blue?!
    Captain Blue: “Guardian of the world”?! Humph! What does THAT mean? No matter
    how many villains I knock down, this world will not last! I’m going out to the
    real world where my powers will mean something! I’ll rule the entire Earth! And
    then I can exact revenge on you people who confined us to this fleeting,
    transient world of movies. Humans who just create us and then throw us away
    when they’re done and bored with us just like so much tissue paper!
    Joe: What are you going to do to Silvia?!
    Captain Blue: Foolish boy, you still don’t get it, do you? I am the Creator; I
    MADE this film and everything in it. Silvia, I am your father, Silvia.
    (Pause as Joe and Silvia look shocked.)
    Silvia: That’s not sure. Mama told me my daddy died!
    Captain Blue: Silvia, deep down you should know the truth by now. In a way, it
    is true that your father has died. In his place stands the Master of the world,
    the all-powerful controller of light and dark. Me, King Blue! (Transforms into
    King Blue.)
    King Blue: Now, give up your futile resistance. Your life will give me the
    energy I need to break into the real world!
    Joe: (Flies up in front of King Blue in Six Machine.) Captain, uh, King Blue,
    you used to be cool. Now, you’re nothing but a loser. I’m gonna show you what
    it means to be a true hero!
    King Blue: Go ahead. I will snap your foolish little ideals in half! (Laughs
    evilly and flies off.)
    Joe: Come on, Six Majin!
    Silvia: My hero!
    4.9. Ending
    (Scene after you defeat King Blue):
    Captain Blue: Thank you, Joe. Thank you for stopping me. 20 years ago, I was
    hailed as the most revolutionary movie maker of my time, but I was just a fad
    and I was soon forgotten. All I ever wanted to do was to create heroes, true
    heroes the world needed. And as if to answer my prayers, I was sucked into one
    of my films, and I was given the opportunity to live as a hero. I lost touch
    with reality. I forgot about my wife and daughter. I was too busy living out my
    fantasy. But little by little, the seed of evil had begun to sprout in my
    heart. Desire for revenge against the people who had betrayed me flared up
    Silvia: Daddy?
    Captain Blue: Forgive me, Silvia.
    Silvia: Daddy, don’t be silly. You could have abandoned your ideals and ended
    up disillusioned and hollow like an empty shell. At least you followed your
    dream. I thought it was a great movie. Just think of all the fans waiting for
    your next production. You can’t disappoint them!
    Captain Blue: Silvia! (He and Silvia hug.)
    (Crowd cheers.)
    Joe: See, Blue,* everybody loves a happy ending. (Pause.) Wait a minute, wasn’t
    I supposed to be the main character here?
    Captain Blue: Ah, yes. But there’s more to this story. (Snaps fingers.)
    Alarm: (Starts blaring.) Warning! Warning! Large number of UFO troops detected
    close to Earth. Missile fired. 60 seconds to impact.
    Joe: Uh, oh! This doesn’t look good!** What did you do, Captain?
    Captain Blue: Like I said, there’s more to this story. There’s two more times
    the Earth will be in danger. And each time a hero must stand up to defend it.
    Joe: Wh-wh-what did you say? Did you say two more times?
    Captain Blue: (Laughs.) That’s right! But, I’m the director, so trust me on
    this one. Although, I admit, there was a slight change in the plot. But it
    doesn’t matter now. The world has a new, young hero called Viewtiful Joe to
    protect them.*** Show them again how a hero is supposed to be.
    Joe: I guess you’re right. Well, then I should be going now.****
    Silvia: Wait for me. (Joe and Captain Blue look at Silvia.) Daddy, I’m going,
    Captain Blue: WHAT?!
    Joe: Are you out of your mind?!
    Silvia: Look at it this way: Ever since coming to this world, I haven’t done
    anything! Come on, there might be a “hero” inside of me, too! So, Daddy, can I
    have a V-Watch? Please? You can do this, right? You’re the big director!
    Captain Blue: Well, uh, yes, but... (Sighs and snaps fingers.)
    (A V-Watch appears on Silvia’s arm seconds before there’s a large explosion in
    the background.)
    Joe: Looks like the party’s about to begin any minute now! But, you know, in
    the movies...
    Silvia: There always has to be a plot twist! That means that things always go
    wrong once before you get to the happy ending. Isn’t that right, Joe?
    Joe: (Cackles.) That’s my girl! This is where the story really starts getting
    interesting! Come on, partner! Leave this to...
    Joe and Silvia: (Jump up and pose.) VIEWTIFUL JOE AND SILVIA!
    (Credits roll.)
    *I don’t know if that’s the EXACT line or not.
    **Again, not sure if that’s the exact line.
    ***Do I need to repeat myself a third time?
    ****... Seriously? Again?
    5. FAQ
    This is where I answer your questions. If you have a question, e-mail me. My
    e-mail is in section 6.3.
    Q: Why did you write this?
    A: Two reasons: To provide spoilers and help people understand the unclear
    dialog better. And I was bored.
    Q: I found a problem with your script!
    A: Then e-mail me (again, e-mail’s in section 6.3.) with your sighting and I’ll
    fix it. Please don’t send me crap like “dude, i red ur scrip and it sux”
    because it will be ignored. Remember, when e-mailing me, your two best friends
    are spell-check and politeness!
    Q: Why are you so corny?
    A: I thank God that was a “c.” Anyway, I get it from my dad.
    Q: Are you gonna make a VJ2 Script?
    A: I really don't know at this point. I've been too occupied with life and my
    sudden lack of interest in VJ2 to pick it up, but if I have a sudden urge
    to write a second game script, I'll get started.
    Q: WHEN are you gonna make a VJ2 Script?
    A: See above.
    6. Closing
    Well, that’s it! The entire Viewtiful Joe game script! While still not 100%
    accurate, it’s complete, so live with it. The Viewtiful Joe 2 script will be
    easier to write since I can access any scene at any time. Also, the script’s
    dialog doesn’t have as many errors, but... Well, you’ll find out later. Until
    then, enjoy this script!
    If you wish to contribute to the VJ1 script, e-mail me. For the last time, my
    e-mail’s in section 6.3.
    6.1. Copyright Information
    Viewtiful Joe and Viewtiful Joe 2 and all its characters are copyrighted by
    Capcom. This guide is copyrighted by me, UltraVioletGirl.
    6.2. Credits
    Thanks to:
    Capcom for making this game and the booklet for reference.
    My sister for not bugging me while I wrote this.
    Myself for writing this.
    Microsoft Word for spelling and grammar check.
    The people who read and contribute to this.
    6.3. Contact Me
    Got a question? Comment? Contribution? E-mail me at tikalchao@yahoo.com. You
    can also contact me on Yahoo messenger with that same address.
    Thank you for reading my script that took me forever to write! Until next time,
    UltraVioletGirl out!

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