The PeanutButterGamer Show (partially lost YouTube comedy show; 2009)

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Thumbnail of episode 6.

Status: Partially Lost

The Peanut Butter Gamer Show was a video game related comedy skit show that was made through 2009 by YouTuber PeanutButterGamer (also known by his real name Austin Hargrave). While two episodes, episode 6 and 9, have been fully discovered due to archives, at least seven other episodes remain lost in their unedited forms.

Episode Names

# Episode Title Status
1 Gamer Rage Found
2 How to be a Real Gamer Partially Lost
3 Nintendo Thinks You're Stupid Partially Found
4 Duck Hunt in Real Life Found
5 NBA Jam-ish Partially Lost(1 2)
6 Zelda in Real Life Found
7 Possessed Nintendo DS Lost
8 A PBG Harvest Moon Partially Lost
9 Try not to Have a Sucky Christmas Found

Disappearance

After the PeanutButterGamer channel became popular, many older videos became unlisted, some became privated, and many got deleted.

Partial Recovery

While PeanutButterGamer removed all of the episodes from his main channel, he left two episodes on his other channel, "Austin Hargrave". These were quickly discovered and downloaded by many people. An account named "PBG Lost Episodes" was created and housed all of the discovered deleted videos.

On February 2nd, 2019, PeanutButterGamer uploaded a retrospective video to his channel in celebration of being on YouTube for ten years. In the video, he reacted to various older videos from his channel that had since been removed. Amongst these were edited down versions of episodes two and five of The Peanut Butter Gamer Show. Later in the day, he streamed some of the previously lost and partially recovered videos. Whilst this means the videos are now available through the Twitch VOD,[1] these contain PeanutButterGamer's reactions and alert sounds, thusly they are not viewable in their original form.

In regards to the possibility of uploading the raw, unedited videos, PeanutButterGamer stated that if the owner of the old episode archival channel[2] were to get in contact with him, he would give him the files to those videos.[3]

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