RebelTaxi (partially lost videos of online reviewer; late 2000s-2010s)

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The channel's logo.

Status: Partially Lost

Pan-Pizza is an Internet reviewer who hosts the YouTube channel RebelTaxi as his internet persona character and creates reviews and top ten videos. He also does The Pizza Party Podcast with Ken, Nolan, Jim and other guests.

Deleted/Lost Portions of Videos

In Pan's "HUB Channel Review-DAN VS" review, there was supposed to be a portion of the action show G.I. Joe: Renegades. When Pan put out the video, he also put a disclaimer, in the beginning, saying that the G.I. Joe portion was accidentally deleted and said that he would record it "maybe tomorrow or maybe a week". He later said in the description that he had lost the audio. It was never re-recorded.

Pan-Pizza's audio of the original take of the 13th episode of The Pizza Party Podcast was also personally lost. The remaining audio of the take was unlisted on the ArchiveTaxi channel.

The Dan Vs/Hub Review where Pan mentions the G.I. Joe: Renegades audio.
The second take of the 13th episode of The Pizza Party Podcast in which they mention the lost audio.


Different Lost Versions of Videos

It'd be common for there to be different versions of episodes, mainly between the YouTube and (the now defunct) Blip uploads for whatever reason. Some Blip cuts were just versions with copyrighted background music and credit commercial footage removed for YouTube out of paranoia.[1] Here are some other examples:

  • M, Night Movie Madness had two versions of, among another tiny thing, the ending punchline audio line. One of the two versions went something like "20% on Rotten Tomatoes? Aw, fu-" while the other version went something like "So, you think that movie's going to be good?" "Nope."
  • Batman Forevermore DX had its original version and a DX version.[2] Some other videos that were listed on Pan-Pizza's Blogspot also had the same fat as the Batman video.[3]
  • The Sym-Bionic Titan and Young Justice reviews as well as the "Justin Beiber Rant" had both a YouTube and Blip versions.[4]
  • A both less and more explicit Blip version of the "Top 10 Failed Animated Pilots" video.[5]

Lost Videos

Screencap of Pan-Pizza's Sonic Underground review.
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According to Pan's abandoned but still existent Blogspot, the following are a number of videos that aren't on YouTube. In addition, there are two others without dates and there also might be an intro test in there as well, according to a Wayback Machine capture.[6] In there are also two other videos that might just be the same video as below, ("The Legend of Chun Li in 5 Seconds" and "Animation Test 1"). [7]

Episodes

2009

Video Title Date Status
Epic X (Original version) Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Found
Epic X (Remastered) Date Unknown Lost
Epic X episode 2 Electric Boogaloo Tuesday, July 14, 2009) Found
Jellyboy (SNES) In 5 Seconds Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Found
The New Sonic CD Intro Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Found
SF Legend of Chun Li in 5 Seconds Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Found
Logan's War in 5 Seconds Version 1 Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Found
Logan's War in 5 Seconds Version 2 Tuesday, July 14, 2009 Found
Sonic SatAM Out of Context Date Unknown Lost
DragonBall Evolution in 5 Seconds Sunday, August 2, 2009 Found
Super Mario Bros Super Show in 5 Seconds Wednesday, August 19, 2009 Found
Power Rangers The Movie in 5 Seconds Thursday, August 20, 2009 Found
He-Man in 5 Seconds Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Found
Megaman TAS in 5 Seconds Wednesday, August 26, 2009 Found
Sonic SatAM in 5 Seconds Saturday, September 5, 2009 Found
Diesel The Basketball Player Animation Test Saturday, September 19, 2009 Lost
Chris Chan Animation Test Saturday, September 19, 2009 Lost
Beavis and Butt-Head Do America in 5 Seconds Friday, September 25, 2009 Found
A Tribute to PDC World Championship Darts Sunday, September 27, 2009 Lost
No Cussing Club Undead Thursday, October 1, 2009 Found
Epic-X: Here We Go Again Monday, October 12, 2009 Found
Ultraviolet in 5 Seconds Sunday, November 1, 2009 Found
Hot Rod in 5 Seconds Sunday, December 20, 2009 Found

2010/2011

Video Title Date Status
The Shining in 5 Seconds Tuesday, January 5, 2010 Found
Teen Titans-Terra In 5 Seconds Monday, May 10, 2010 Found
RebelTaxi Intro Test Date unknown Lost
Teen Titans-Pilot Review (first review) Tuesday, June 29, 2010 Found
Good or Bad Burger Tuesday, July 6, 2010 Found
Teen Titans Review [Divide and Conquer] Saturday, July 10, 2010 Found
International Chat Dilemma! Wednesday, July 14, 2010 Found
How Inception Should Have Ended Friday, July 16, 2010 Lost
M, Night Movie Madness Sunday, July 18, 2010 Found
Naruto Marketing Theater Monday, July 19, 2010 Found
Late Night With Pan-Pizza Wednesday, July 21, 2010 Found
StarCraft II False Advertisement Thursday, July 22, 2010 Found
Teen Titans Review [Switched] Monday, July 26, 2010 Lost
Elevator Photography Thursday, July 29, 2010 Lost
Batman Forevermore (DX) Monday, August 16, 2010 Found
Teen Titans Review [Troq] Friday, August 20, 2010 Lost
Pan-Pizza Facebook Trailer Monday, August 23, 2010 Found
Star Wars Flipped Upside Down Saturday, September 4, 2010 Lost
Sonic Sez Review #1. Shallow Water Sunday, September 19, 2010 Found
A Dramatic Reading Of Mario Galaxy Comments Tuesday, September 28, 2010 Found
The Social Network Must Be Destroyed Saturday, October 2, 2010 Lost
Super Mario Bros Super Show Review [Bats in the Basement] Friday, October 8, 2010 Lost
10-10-10 Screwattack Europe Tribute Sunday, October 10, 2010 Lost
Darkstalkers Review [Out Of The Dark 1/3] Thursday, October 21, 2010 Found
Teen WereWolves Do Have Souls! Saturday, October 23, 2010 Found
Darkstalkers Review [Out Of The Dark 2/3] Sunday, October 31, 2010 Found
Darkstalkers Review [Out of the Dark 3/3] Date Unknown Existence Unconfirmed[8]
Dinky Ball Review Thursday, November 4, 2010 Lost
Teen Titans Review [Nevermore] Sunday, November 7, 2010 Found
Teen Titans-Nevermore (Trailer) Monday, November 8, 2010 Lost
Teen Titans-Final Exam (Trailer) Friday, November 19, 2010 Lost
Super Mario Bros Super Show Review [Koopa Klaus] Friday, December 3, 2010 Found
Pan-Pizza's Archives-A Christmas WTF Monday, December 13, 2010 Lost
Sonic Underground Review [Three Hedgehogs and a Baby] Friday, December 17, 2010 Found
Tron Legacy Review Sunday, December 19, 2010 Found
Hey Arnold Review [Arnold's Christmas] Friday, December 24, 2010 Lost
The Top Bottom Worst Movies Of 2010 Wednesday, December 29, 2010 Found
RAVEN Character Profile with Mr. Coat Tuesday, August 28, 2011 Found
Ned's Declassified Review Sunday, September 25, 2011 Found

Miscellaneous Lost Videos

There are images used in International Chat Dilemma! and the Ned's Declassified review that is still visible on Pan-Pizza's personal Tumblr.[9][10][11] The thumbnail of the Late Night With Pan-Pizza video can be seen on a capture of Pan-Pizza's Blip archive page from the Wayback Machine. [12]

In terms of removed YouTube-specific videos, there was one titled "RE: CLEAN YOUR BALLS!", a video reply to an Old Spice ad of the same name. It was of Pan wearing a piece of paper over his face with his own avatar's face drawn over it while rubbing his chin with his hand and saying something similar to "I wonder what they mean by this..?"

There was also a Tumblr post mentioning a commentary on The Powerpuff Girls Movie.[13] There was another Tumblr post mentioning that there is a "bunch of podcasts" that he has never released online.[14]

Pan-Pizza Cameos

There are also several videos of others that Pan-Pizza was featured in that are lost. One of these videos was StaleDogg's Part 1 of his Rigu reviews, where Pan-Pizza makes a cameo.[15] The video is now removed, and StaleDogg confirmed in the comments of his Cassandra Cain video that he no longer has it as the result of both a Blip purge and saving it on an old computer.[16] It is unknown if anyone else would have saved a copy or if Pan himself still has the cameo.

Another cameo from Pan-Pizza was in SlyFox's Top 5 Idiots From To Catch A Predator, where he makes a cameo among other TGWTG fans.[17] The video is now removed, and SlyFox confirmed in the comments of another video (which has since been deleted) that although he still has it, he's not currently planning to upload those older videos. SlyFox also states the cameo was very short and all he said was "I'm Pan-Pizza."

There is also a video page that has a screenshot of the video and lists the running time as 18:43.[18] A person named "WordyTheAnimator" uploaded an interview with Pan-Pizza that was mentioned in his Incredible Crew review. The video is now unavailable. Only a picture of it can be seen in the review.

Incredible Crew review that mentions the interview.

Possibility of Reupload

Pan-Pizza has stated he saved his videos from Blip at the time of the site's removal of his work. He was hesitant in rereleasing his older videos,[19][20] but Pan warmed up to the idea, as he states in the 24th episode of The Pizza Party Podcast.[21] He says that he hopefully has all of the Blip videos saved and intends to re-upload them all every two weeks or so like he did with his Star Wars Clone Wars review and Mr. Coat collab. It's unknown, however, if he saved the YouTube-exclusive and collab videos like "WASH YOUR BALLS!", or if he'd be keen to re-release them. He's still fairly hesitant of releasing his old videos, though as of July 8th, 2017 he has released some of his lost reviews in this video.

On June 29th, 2018, Pan-Pizza has announced on his Twitter that he is planning to re-upload some of his older videos to his YouTube channel through a collection of volumes called "The LOST Rebeltaxi Reviews & More"[22], uploading the video later that day. On the same day, a YouTuber known as FanCntrlNetwork (Star S. Butterfly is his alt account) uploaded a YouTube playlist containing more previously lost Rebetlaxi content.[23]

References

  1. A Pan Pizza Tumblr post where he talks about the Blip cuts.
  2. The DX version of Batman Forevermore. Retrieved 29 Jun '18
  3. Pan-Pizza's Blogspot
  4. The Wayback Machine capturing a list of the Sym-Bionic Titan and Young Justice reviews as well as the Justin Beiber rant as having different version on YouTube and Blip.
  5. Another Pan-Pizza Tumblr post about the Blip version of the 10 ten video.
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  7. A Wayback Archive capture of a Blip list containing what might be "Animation Test 1.
  8. A Pan Pizza Tumblr Post explaining Part 3.
  9. Pan Pizza Tumblr post on the images 1/3
  10. Tumblr post on the images 2/3
  11. Tumblr post on the images 3/3
  12. A Wayback Machine capture of the thumbnail of the video "Late Night With Pan Pizza".
  13. A Pan-Pizza Tumblr post mentioning a commentary on The Powerpuff Girls Movie.
  14. A Pan Pizza Tumblr Post where he mentions the Podcast.
  15. A Pan-Pizza Blogpost where he talks about this cameo.
  16. The video where StaleDogg confirms that he does not have the video.
  17. Another Blogspot post about this cameo.
  18. The video page that talks about this cameo.
  19. Pan-Pizza Tumblr post where he talks about why he is hesitant in rereleasing his older videos 1/2
  20. Pan-Pizza Tumblr post where he talks about why he is hesitant in rereleasing his older videos 2/2
  21. The 24th episode of The Pizza Party Podcast
  22. Rebeltaxi's tweet about the re-uploading of some of his older videos. Retrieved 29 Jun '18
  23. A YouTube playlist of Rebeltaxi reuploads from different video sharing sites, including YouTube and Blip. Retrieved 29 Jun '18