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Scott Pilgrim ist Bassist in einer Rockband und dated gerade die Highschool-Schülerin Knives. Doch dann trifft er auf einer Party die mysteriöse Ramona Flowers, in die er sich Hals über Kopf verliebt. Auch Ramona interessiert sich für ihn, doch es. Scott Pilgrim gegen den Rest der Welt (Original: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) ist die US-amerikanisch-britisch-japanisch-kanadische Verfilmung der. Scott Pilgrim ist eine sechsteilige Graphic-Novel-Reihe von Bryan Lee O'Malley um den Faulenzer Scott Pilgrim und dessen Kampf gegen die sieben bösen. Scott Pilgrim führt das Leben eines gewöhnlichen Teenagers, spielt in einer Rockband und tut sein Bestes, um möglichst cool zu sein. Da tritt Ramona Flowers in. Scott Pilgrim führt das Leben eines gewöhnlichen Teenagers, spielt in einer Rockband und tut sein Bestes, um möglichst cool zu sein. Da tritt eines Tages.
Scott Pilgrim gegen den Rest der Welt (Original: Scott Pilgrim vs. the World) ist die US-amerikanisch-britisch-japanisch-kanadische Verfilmung der. Scott Pilgrim führt das Leben eines gewöhnlichen Teenagers, spielt in einer Rockband und tut sein Bestes, um möglichst cool zu sein. Da tritt eines Tages. Scott Pilgrim (Michael Cera) hat zwar keinen Job, dafür aber einigen Charme. Gerade eben ist der Bassist der völlig durchschnittlichen Band Sex Bob-Omb dem.
Daraufhin tötet Gideon ihn. Im Jenseits spricht er sich mit Ramona aus und erkennt seine Fehler.
Mit dem Extraleben kehrt er zu dem Zeitpunkt zurück, als er sich ins Chaostheater begab. Er versöhnt sich mit seinen Freunden und fordert Gideon heraus.
Diesmal kämpft er jedoch nicht um Ramona, sondern für sich selbst. Als Knives auftaucht, gibt Scott freiwillig zu, dass er sie betrogen hat.
Scott ist Gideon zunächst unterlegen, doch er erhält Unterstützung von Knives und gemeinsam besiegen sie Gideon. Nach dem Sieg erscheint Nega Scott, seine negative Version.
Doch anstatt gegen ihn zu kämpfen, spricht sich Scott mit ihm aus und beide verstehen sich gut. Platt für eine Filmadaption. Obwohl er Ideen und Anregungen bezüglich des Filmendes gegeben hat, gab er zu, dass manche dieser Pläne mit der Zeit sich ändern werden und dass sie ihr eigenes Ende machen werden.
Sie ist toll im Film, da sie viel Chaos auslöst, dabei aber übernatürlich vernünftig bleibt. Beim zweiten Vorsprechen war Edgar Wright überrascht, als er erfuhr, dass sie einen grünen Gürtel in Taekwondo besitzt.
Drew gab an, dass er wusste, dass Knudson kein Sänger sein muss, da die Songs so schnell und punkig sind und es die Stimme des Charakters sein musste.
Scott Pilgrim vs. September veröffentlicht werden. August veröffentlicht. Ein Scott Pilgrim vs. Der Film erschien am August in Nordamerika und im Vereinigten Königreich am Der Deutschlandstart war für den 6.
Januar vorgesehen, er wurde jedoch auf den Oktober vorgezogen. Der Film erschien in den Vereinigten Staaten am 9. November auf DVD und Blu-ray.
Februar erhältlich. Am März erschien der erste Teaser Trailer zum Film. Mai veröffentlicht. August im PlayStation Network veröffentlicht, sowie am August bei Xbox Live Arcade.
Er ist fesselnd, die Leute werden ihr blaues Wunder erleben. Nichts ergibt wirklich Sinn… [Michael] Cera liefert keine Darbietung ab, die den Unsinn verankert […] Universal sollte einen Jugendhit im heimischen Markt landen, wenn der Film nächsten Monat erscheint.
Seine kinetische Natur und skurriles Zartgefühl könnte für einige abschreckend wirken. Filme von Edgar Wright. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion.
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It shows you how long this film has taken to get made. Wright ran all his casting decisions by O'Malley during a casting session;  O'Malley was not in the room but was shown all of the tapes.
She's great in the film because she causes a lot of chaos but remains supernaturally grounded". Wright said that Universal had suggested Seth Rogen for the role of Scott, as his recent film Knocked Up had been successful, but Wright could not see anyone but Cera in the role.
Ellen Wong, a little-known Toronto actress,  auditioned for the part of Knives Chau three times. On her second audition, Wright learned that Wong has a green belt in taekwondo , and says he found himself intrigued by this "sweet-faced young lady being a secret badass".
Wright says that one thing he is particularly happy with is that the film, unlike many comedies, including his own, has "a lot of funny women in it", recalling a particular scene he dubbed "the funny lady relay race," because it "starts with Anna Kendrick, then switches to Aubrey Plaza, then switches to Mary [Elizabeth Winstead], then switches to Brie Larson, and it's just Michael [Cera] being attacked from all sides from all the different women in the film.
The film is not only physically set in Toronto, but also, according to Allan Weiss, culturally and temporally located within "the Annex and Wychwood neigborhoods [of Toronto] during the David Miller era", the time and place of a very specific music scene that the film "embed[s] [itself] into [ Building on this, Wright said that the production "tried to [ Webber, Pill, and Simmons as the members of Sex Bob-omb all had to learn to play their respective instruments, and spent time rehearsing as a band with Cera who already played bass before filming began.
Two unreleased songs can also be heard in the teaser trailer. The tracks were sung by Erik Knudsen , who plays Crash in the film. Drew stated that the reason behind this was that "[he] knew that [Knudsen] didn't need to be a singer to pull [it] off" because the songs were "so quick and punk and fast" and "it needed to be the character's voice.
Metric is the inspiration for the film's band The Clash at Demonhead, and contributed the song "Black Sheep" to the film,  by request of Godrich.
Larson as Envy Adams provides the vocals for "Black Sheep" in the film, while the soundtrack features a version of the song with Haines as lead singer  per the band's request;  Larson was a professional singer and has performed in some of her other films.
It's a shadow of Metric. Bhabha said that they "[recorded] it at Capitol Records Studio 2, which is where Frank Sinatra recorded a lot of his stuff.
And there was Ray Charles ' piano in the room", explaining that the musical history helped him to finish the recording.
Wright said that the film's tonal changes in line with representing the different book parts, and for its fight scenes, were treated like a musical film , saying: .
We thought it should play out like a musical in a way in terms of the fights are not dissimilar to the songs.
I always thought there were a lot of martial arts films that were like musicals, so we wanted to take that further.
Ya know, in a Gene Kelly film when he performs an amazing routine, at the end of the scene no one goes, 'Oh my god, that was fucking amazing!
And that's kind of how this works where people have these huge fights — and it's kind of like how it is in the books — where everything goes back to normal, and there's a little reaction to what just happened, but there's no sort of mourn the dead.
He also said that some music videos were made of song performances, including some of Sex Bob-omb and the sole The Clash at Demonhead performance, shooting the entire song even though they would not be used in complete form in the film; he said that they were so good he wanted to get them all recorded so that they had it.
Music from the Legend of Zelda video game series is used to open the film, in sound effects,  and in a dream sequence. To get permission to use the music, Edgar Wright sent a clip of the film and wrote a letter to Nintendo of America that described the music as "like nursery rhymes to a generation.
The film is described as having an "inimitable look" of manga and video game particularly bit iconography with bright colors and graphics mixed into the live action; visual effects supervisor Frazer Churchill described the look as "tricky" to achieve, calling the film's style and appeal "very high-tech images with a very low-fi feel".
He noted that some of the work was more complex because of a shooting ethic of Wright's: that there should be a physical representation of any post-production effects.
Churchill described the first fight Scott vs. Matthew Patel as "the most challenging". The scene also incorporates the video game scrolling background effect, which was filmed by a second unit over a full day.
Churchill added that one moment in particular required much work: "When Scott jumps off the stage into that manga-esque vortex, that's made up of motion picture photography done on-set, digital still photography, and graphics and speed lines drawn by hand from what [Oscar Wright] gave us".
The third fight Scott vs. Todd Ingram had to be adapted from the comic material more creatively, as Todd's superpowers are shown in print by rings, which was handled by the VFX team.
Churchill explains that they took inspiration from the old RKO Pictures logo of a transmitting tower.
To imitate this they "made the rings feel uneven and have these optical aberrations with color bursts". The movement away from Todd is shown from tight and wide camera shots, with Cera as Scott being pulled on a rig in the room.
The image of Cera was then merged with a digital Scott and a stunt double, who do go through walls. The disappearing superpower used by Roxy in the film was achieved by a blue screen, with actress Whitman being digitally erased, but there was white smoke and flashbulbs used on the set to mark the appearances.
Black smoke was added in digitally, while lens flares were done manually by "just flashing different lights at the camera" for a day to create material.
Churchill says that Whitman learned how to ribbon dance and used a pink ribbon in the choreography, which was digitally replaced with the weapon.
A new piece of software was written to produce elements of the fifth fight Scott vs. For the climax fight against Gideon, a pyramid tower resembling one from Super Mario Bros.
The scene also used blue screen and lots of stunt performers. Oscar Wright storyboarded the entire sequence except for Gideon's glitching at the end, which Edgar Wright thought of during editing and was created entirely in post-production.
And then there was this final set piece on a pyramid. Suddenly, we slowed down to doing ten shots in a day, which is very slow for me.
I sat there on top of this pyramid, looking down at these enormous platforms being maneuvered around and I thought, 'Who's idea was this?
Before directing fight scenes with visual effects, Wright consulted with director friends with more experience, including Quentin Tarantino , Guillermo del Toro , and Sam Raimi.
The opening title sequence was designed by Richard Kenworthy of Shynola , and was inspired by drawn-on-film animation.
The sequence also begins with an 8-bit version of the Universal title slate and music, which Art of the Title calls the film's " amuse-bouche " and which was designed by Oscar Wright.
Oscar Wright says the 8-bit Universal logo idea was an early decision in production, and that he treated it "like some crappy low-res, low frame-rate FMV you might find at the start of some of those games" from the start.
Edgar Wright got the idea to have the sequence from Quentin Tarantino after screening an early cut of the film for him. Tarantino told him that the film "needed a title sequence at the start to let people settle in and hint more about what we were about to see".
The AVID animatic , a black-and-white sketch animation with waveform graphics , was described by Edgar Wright as already "giving the film more of a sense of occasion and a very distinct break between the prologue and the first scene that moves the story forward".
Kenworthy spoke of his references for the design: . We went back and re-watched those films and they were still full of life.
We got excited about projecting such vivid imagery on the big screen, in front of an audience who most likely hadn't experienced that work.
Shynola was also given a selection of references from Edgar Wright, who described the brief as " meets Sesame Street " and showed them the title sequence of Faster, Pussycat!
The idea was to have it as if the animation is a manifestation of how cool the music is in Knives' head. That's why [they] end the sequence on her watching, the titles are like her brain is exploding with how cool the track is.
The brief also requested that the opening sequence not use any of the comic artwork, to not spoil the film, so Kenworthy pitched "an 8-bit epileptic eye-fight" and created a mood film using geometric patterns and visual effects from manga; Edgar Wright requested that it should have less overt video game references.
Something that had the feel of a live performance. A lively, colourful, in-your-face scratch film seemed a perfect fit.
Based on the film nearing completion, Shynola had a short time frame to finish the title sequence, so worked on syncing the sequence and the music digitally at first, visualizing final adjustments before scratching onto sheets of acetate film.
From each sheet of acetate, one second of footage was produced. Printing the sequence involved putting each sheet into a high resolution negative scanner and cutting them down into individual frames before printing onto 35 mm movie film.
There was also difficulty with the color printing, with most of the colors they wanted to use being "illegal". ComicsAlliance calls the title sequence "just the first in a memorable series of seamless mash-ups of graphics, film and animation that beautifully translate the spirit of Bryan Lee O'Malley's graphic novels to the screen".
The film includes several easter eggs alluding to the comics or for foreshadowing. Fleischer noted that though the comic and film have Scott and Wallace's apartment at 65A Albert Avenue filmed at 65 Alberta Avenue , there is a reference to O'Malley's own old apartment at 27 Alberta Avenue as the address on the Amazon delivery slip Scott signs.
There are also references to other media, particularly gaming and comics, with Den of Geek 's James Hunt compiling a list of several, including Scott's X-Men patch seen as he rips it from his coat; the Legend of Zelda Triforce represented by Gideon's initials in the film and title sequence shown above and the Dark Link -inspired Nega-Scott; Envy's band being named after the game The Clash at Demonhead as well as The Clash ; Kim dressing in Japanese Gothic Lolita fashion for the final battle as a point of humor; the scene that was shot, performed, and edited entirely like a Seinfeld episode; and using the "this is a league game" line from The Big Lebowski.
Scott playing the bassline of what he calls " Final Fantasy 2 " is also considered an easter egg; he plays the bassline from the game Final Fantasy IV , but this game was known as Final Fantasy 2 outside of Japan in the s because the second and third installments had not been released internationally at the time.
In her adaptation discussion, Zeitlin Wu notes that in the graphic novel, the fourth fight Scott vs.
Roxy Richter was a frame-for-frame recreation of the introduction to Ninja Gaiden , and in the film this same frame-for-frame remake is used as the introduction of the final fight against Gideon.
A Scott Pilgrim vs. Comic-Con wrapped the Hilton Bayfront for the event. Outside the convention hall was also a 'Scott Pilgrim Experience' fair, which included merchandise and copious free garlic bread.
It was released to the rest of the country on April 29, The film was widely released in North America on August 13, , opening in 2, theaters.
On March 25, , the first teaser trailer was released. Cera stated that he felt the film was "a tricky one to sell" and that he didn't "know how you convey that movie in a marketing campaign.
The DVD features include four audio commentaries from director Wright, co-writer Bacall, and author O'Malley; Wright and director of photography Pope; Cera, Schwartzman, Winstead, Wong, and Routh; and Kendrick, Plaza, Culkin, and Webber ; 21 deleted, extended, and alternate scenes , including the original ending where Scott ends up with Knives , with commentary; bloopers ; photo galleries; and a trivia track.
The Blu-ray release includes all DVD features, plus other special features, including alternate footage, six featurettes, production blogs, Scott Pilgrim vs.
It also includes footage of Wright and Cera's publicity tour through Japan and a round-table discussion with Japanese film critic Tomohiro Machiyama.
It was released on September 2, Simon Abrams reviewed the DVD and Blu-ray releases, writing that the DVD image quality is good and that "you wouldn't really be able to notice that there's anything wrong" unless you had seen the Blu-ray version, which is in cinema quality.
A video game was produced based on the film and books. In May , Wright announced plans to screen the film again in theatres for its 10th anniversary, some time following the COVID pandemic.
Entertainment Weekly created retrospective coverage for the anniversary, including interviewing several stars and people involved in the production of the film.
Wright said in the piece that he is "incredibly proud of the movie. The fact that you're not doing a 10th-anniversary article about The Expendables says it all".
Bodner, Zeitlin Wu, and Burke also note that Wright, with the film, became one of the only directors since the s to use, in Bodner's words, "the comment box, marks action lines , and onomatopoeia text as sound effects" in a filmic work, using such techniques both conventionally labeling time and place and unconventionally for the medium.
In the unconventional use, Wright disrupts the realism and diegesis of the film with comic book markers. Regarding the onomatopoeia used, Bodner notes that only once does such text-as-graphic actually replace a sound effect Todd's hair deflating, paired with the word "SAG" , with the approximately 40 other instances having both sound and the onomatopoeia representing it.
Peterson, "to slow the reader down and create greater visual depth and texture to the scene". Harvey to agree that "word and picture can be coupled to reveal the hero's cheery bravado even in the very midst of thundering action".
Another technique that Bodner describes as giving the film its postmodern reading  is how Wright seems to alter the film form to reflect elements inherent to comic book sequences, specifically that "[Wright] consistently but judiciously [quotes] panel content throughout the film — generally [ Discussing the comic book translation in her writing on the process of the film's adaptation, Zeitlin Wu notes that "many storyboards [for the film] were taken directly from the comics", saying that one method of overcoming the temporal-spatial and illustrative-representative differences in graphic novel and film media is to combine the comic panel and storyboard grid.
He adds that, as pastiche , this scene serves a dual function to foreshadow the magical realism that will appear. In a similar form-bending way, there are two scenes "the first battle of the bands and Lucas Lee's 'grind' down the rail" where Wright uses high-volume noise to recreate the silent form of comic books, as in a film the loudness drowns out any other sound and requires the use of text in the same way that the purely visual comic book form does.
In his chapter "Tell It Like a Game: Scott Pilgrim and Performative Media Rivalry", Jeff Thoss writes on the various transmedial cues, saying that "the film attempts to outdo the comic book series in its emulation of video game features both on the level of the storyworld and on the level of its representation.
But as neither of these two works emerges victorious, their so-called rivalry appears less as a real competition than as a way to illuminate the specific narrative affordances and limitations of comics, films, and computer games".
Looking particularly at the Scott vs. Matthew Patel fight, he writes that there is "not only [the] remediation of arcade fighting and beat 'em up video games, [ However, he also joins Zeitlin Wu in describing it as a comic and video game element,   likewise noting the "strong spatiality of the comics medium through its panel layout" represented in the film, especially the "black gutter-like division between the three 'panels'" in the scene.
From this multitude of referents, Fehrle describes the film and the Scott Pilgrim franchise as " hypermediated ".
The sequence following Scott breaking up with Knives is analyzed in different ways. Maria J. In the film, this is followed by characters passing in front of Scott to lead into a wipe, which Bodner says "is common in the film and acts as the inked line that makes the panel border".
The website's consensus reads, "Its script may not be as dazzling as its eye-popping visuals, but Scott Pilgrim vs.
Peter Debruge of Variety gave the film a mixed review, referring to the film as "an example of attention-deficit filmmaking at both its finest and its most frustrating", saying that it was economical with its storytelling and successfully incorporated the many big fight set pieces, but that it missed opportunities to build Scott and Ramona's relationship.
It is, in fact, two or three too many. A character can 'die,' then simply rewind video and come back to life. Or change his mind about his true love and then change it again.
Scott Pilgrim's battle isn't against the world; it's against an erratic moral compass. Scott , who made the film a New York Times "critics pick", also reviewed it positively, suggesting it was "the best video game movie ever".
Debruge praised the ensemble cast and Wright's directing skills that make each of the many characters distinctive. However, he criticized Cera's performance, saying that "his comic timing is impeccable, [but] he's finally played the wilty wallflower one too many times".
Cera doesn't come alive in the fight scenes the way Stephen Chow does in [ As a negative, Debruge added that "anyone over 25 is likely to find [the film] exhausting, like playing chaperone at a party full of oversexed college kids",  remarks echoed by Honeycutt, who called the film "juvenile" and thought that "a wider audience among older or international viewers seems unlikely.
Its kinetic nature and quirky sensibilities might be a turnoff for some. Its speedy, funny, happy-sad spirit is so infectious that the movie makes you feel at home in its world even if the landscape is, at first glance, unfamiliar.
Schager wrote that Edgar Wright is an "inspired mash-up artist, and Scott Pilgrim vs. He opines that Wright has also managed to include additional scenes that further inform Scott's characterization and add humor to moments from the comics.
After seeing the film at a test screening, the American director Kevin Smith said he was impressed by it, and that "it's spellbinding and nobody is going to understand what the fuck just hit them", adding Wright "is bringing a comic book to life".
In an editorial for Rotten Tomatoes, Nathan Rabin wrote that the film has a cult following,  and in a Met Film School feature, Danny Kelly listed it as one of the six most underrated films ever, saying it is "a crime" that more people did not go to see it.
And for that matter, it's better than most movies not on this list"; he suggested it suffered at the box office due to poorly executed marketing and people becoming sick of Michael Cera.
It also made the final shortlist of seven films for nomination in the Best Visual Effects category at the 83rd Academy Awards , but did not receive a nomination.
The film has been placed on several Top Ten Films of lists, including as number 1 by Harry Knowles ,  and on several lists by Empire.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Michael Bacall Edgar Wright. Jonathan Amos Paul Machliss. See also: List of Scott Pilgrim characters.
The Artscape Wychwood Barns venue is used as the nightclub for the after party where Scott fights Roxy. See also: Scott Pilgrim vs. Whenever the image flashes in the finished shots — every punch, sword clash or something — those were actually flashes that we had on-set with photo flashbulbs.
We got through over 7, bulbs — you can only use them once — and then we add our own flash with CG. When someone dies and bursts into coins, we'd empty buckets of silver Mylar so the actors had something to react to.
Main article: Scott Pilgrim vs. Brie Larson pictured at the film's UK premiere and Kieran Culkin pictured at the San Diego Comic-Con panel have been described as the film's "scene stealers", while reception to lead Michael Cera was mixed.
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However, Ramona remained secretive, refusing to tell Scott how old she was. The next day, Scott was ordered out of his apartment by Wallace due to a heat wave and lack of proper ventilation in their apartment, Scott agreed and went to the mall.
Whilst there, Scott was recognized by a female, who quickly came up to Scott and embraced him. Upon realizing that Scott didn't recognize her, the girl revealed to Scott that she was Lisa Miller, a friend of Scott's when he attended St.
Joel's Catholic High School. The two then talked about their lives since their departure and Scott mentioned that he still knows Kim and that she made out with a girl.
When Lisa left, she gave Scott her phone number so he could contact her whilst she's in Toronto. The next day, Scott took Lisa to band practice so she could see Kim, however, upon arrival at Stephen's house, they found no-one apart from Young Neil, who didn't seem to know where anyone was.
The two then travelled to Hollie's Apartment and found Stephen there in Joseph's room who revealed that everyone else was at Sneaky Dee's.
At Sneaky Dee's, Lisa met up with Kim and the two caught up with their recent activities. Later that night, Ramona arrived at Sneaky Dee's.
Whilst there, Ramona talked with Lisa, causing Scott to grow nervous due to unresolved sexual tension between the two.
In the following morning, Scott has a Zelda -esque dream when Ramona bumped into him. When Scott complained about Ramona's constant dream invasion, Ramona suggested that Scott should get a job so he wouldn't oversleep and thus Ramona wouldn't invade his dreams whilst working.
Scott then spent the day asking his various friends whether there was any available job at their workplaces. Despite being reluctant to take the job offer, Scott eventually agreed to take the job.
On the way back, Scott and Kim are attacked by a guy with a samurai sword who cut straight through a passing streetcar to reach them.
Scott, terrified by the man's presence, opened a door to the subspace highway, allowing the two to escape.
Confused by the encounter, Kim left Scott, claiming she had to go. In the following days, Sex Bob-omb continued to record their album and spend their nights at Sneaky Dee's with the rest of their friends, practicing less and less to the dismay of Young Neil, who began to feel that his friends were abandoning him.
On their way back home from these nights, Ramona began to casually ask Scott about Lisa and if he had any romantic feelings for her, to which Scott denied.
The next morning Scott and Wallace travelled to the office of their landlord, Peter who wished to have a meeting with them.
Whilst there, Peter, revealed that the lease for their apartment was up and that they would have to leave or pay month to month to continue living there.
The two, dumbfounded by their current predicament, left each other and Scott went to face his first day of work at the Happy Avocado.
After his day at work, a tired Scott started to make his way back home when he got attacked by a mysterious black blur. Scott managed to attack the blur, revealing it to be a female ninja, who Scott had succeeded in punching in the boob.
After leaving Scott with a cryptic message, the mysterious ninja woman left, leaving Scott confused. That same night, the group performed the usual routine of recording at Hollie's apartment and eating at Sneaky Dee's.
With Ramona absent, Lisa asked Scott to walk her home and whilst doing so, Lisa made a drunken pass at Scott, which he turned down.
Back at his apartment, Scott talked to Wallace about their situation regarding the apartment, Wallace suggests that Scott move in with Ramona, to which Scott is uncertain of.
The next day, Scott was walking to the Happy Avocado with Stephen Stills when he noticed the mysterious man who had attacked him a couple of days ago.
Scott hid whilst the man walked past, confusing Stephen. Whilst at the Happy Avocado, Stephen mentioned that he may have seen him before, but was interrupted by Scott when he sees the ninja girl who had also attacked him.
Scott then asked Stephen who the girl was talking to, and Stephen discovered it was Scott's girlfriend, Ramona.
Confused, Scott went to confront the two. After talking to the two, it eventually dawns on Scott that Ramona had a "sexy phase" in college and that the girl was Ramona's fourth evil ex, Roxie Richter.
Roxie prepared to attack Scott, however, Scott was reluctant as she had a sword. Ramona travelled to Subspace, where she battled Roxie with Scott still in her suitcase.
Although Ramona initially appeared to have the upper hand, Roxie quickly outclassed her with superior speed and knocked her to the ground, leaving her with some hurtful words.
After the fight, Scott talked to Ramona about the situation regarding his apartment and Ramona, rather reluctantly, agrees to let Scott move in with her.
As Lisa began to spend more time around with Scott and the gang, Ramona began to grow suspicious of Lisa's feelings towards Scott.
Ramona eventually confronts Scott about this, leading to an argument which resulted in Ramona leaving Scott to go back to her place alone.
Scott then went back to his apartment, where he was greeted by Wallace and some guy having sex. Wallace then proceeded to tell a mentally scarred Scott that he was fired from his job and that he couldn't stay the night.
Scott then walked around the neighbourhood, unsure where he'll stay until he rummags through his pockets and realised he had Lisa's number, which he had received earlier.
With no other option, Scott called Lisa so he could spend the night. Whilst at Lisa's sister's apartment, Lisa confessed that she still had feelings for Scott and that she had been intentionally dressing provocatively for Scott.
The two then talk about high school and how they never expressed their feelings towards each other and Lisa throws herself at Scott, suggesting they should have a relationship.
Scott then blacks out and, after having a dream representing his torment which was invaded by Roxie, awakes with no recollection of what happened.
Lisa reveals that Scott confessed his love of Ramona to Lisa. After Scott heard this, he realised how important the relationship was to him and Scott immediately set off to reconcile with Ramona.
However, before doing so, Scott went back to the Happy Avocado to get his job back, which he succeeds in doing, despite wearing the same shirt from the day before.
After completing his shift, Scott went to Second Cup to get a free coffee from his sister only to find Knives Chau working there.
As Scott is about to leave, he notices the man who attacked him earlier, who Knives casually reveals is her dad. Knives then explains to Scott that her dad's brain must have cracked open to be replaced by, "a purely mechanical engine of revenge" after he discovered that Knives dated a white guy.
Knives' dad then spotted Scott and gave chase. Scott attempted to lose Mr. Chau through Subspace; however, upon landing in Subspace, Scott found himself him Ramona's head, where she was being held as a slave for a mysterious figure in glasses.
When Ramona noticed Scott, she freaked out, and forcibly removed him from Subspace, while Ramona was initially angry about this, she calmed down after she realised it wasn't his fault and told him to forget what he saw.
Scott then admitted that he spent the night at Lisa's, making Ramona believe Scott was in love with Lisa. However, before Scott had time to deny this, it was revealed that Roxie spent the night at Ramona's.
Seeing this disorientated Scott and cause his head to Glow just as Ramona's had previously. Scott then wandered off and came across a Shadowy Doppelganger of himself.
Scott, repulsed by the figure, charged straight through it and went back to Ramona's apartment. There, Scott came across Mr.
Chau, who had followed Scott through Subspace. Scott ran through Ramona's apartment, not wanting to fight Mr. Chau because he had a sword.
Scott made his way to the bathroom, and in pursuit of Scott, Mr. Chau bumped into Roxie who, believing Mr. Chau to be an assassin sent by Gideon to complete Roxie's mission, attacked him.
Whilst fighting Mr. Chau, Roxie came to the conclusion that Scott is just a pussy who can't fight his own battles.
After hearing this, Scott mans up to tell Ramona he loves her. Doing so gave Scott over 9, experience points, causing Scott to level up and earned the Power of Love.
Now possessing a sword of his own, Scott confronts Roxie and defeated her in a mid-air clash, slicing Roxie in two and causing her to burst into a group of furry woodland critters.
After this, Scott apologise to Mr. Chau for dating his daughter. Chau accepts, signified by a bow, showing that Scott had earned his respect.
Sometime later, Scott moves into Ramona's apartment and the two enjoy the rest of summer. Saying goodbye to Lisa, Ramona also reveals to Scott that she is 24 and that her birthday is January the first.
As months passed, Scott's relationship with Ramona started to turn rather dull. The affection held between them stagnated to be of little worth, with Ramona returning to reclusivity, while Scott reverts to his most obnoxious state yet.
Scott becomes particularly dubious of Ramona upon sighting the Gideon Graves letter again, becoming uncertain if their love endured beyond their intimate night conversation at Lisa Miller 's fairwell party.
With the band's album decaying and their social circle fragmenting, the arrival of the Katayanagi Twins , Ramona's fifth and sixth ex-boyfriends, pushes their relationship to worst state yet.
Ramona then kicked Scott out of the apartment temporarily and Scott went on to live with Wallace for a while.
Wallace revealed information on Gideon Graves to Scott. Kim revealed that her and Hollie 's relationship had also been strained, due to Kim's boyfriend Jason cheating on her with her roommate, and Young Neil had become even more of a dick, replying to questions frustratedly and sarcastically as well as smoking.
Scott spent the night at Kim's place. They made arrangements so Scott could casually walk in while Kim and Ramona were talking, which turned out to work.
Kim drew attention to Ramona's head glowing , the first time anyone had done so. But when they went to look in a mirror, it had stopped.
When at another one of Julie 's parties, the Twins got Scott into fighting a Super Fighting Robot , a battle which he won.
Scott went on to get drunk on tequila with Kim and Ramona. Scott and Ramona got home to their apartment where they had sex and afterward, Ramona asked Scott if it was true that he cheated on her with Knives Chau.
After some persuasion, he confirmed this. Ramona's head started glowing again and Scott worried aloud that she might break up with him.
Ramona was obviously disappointed in Scott for not being who she believed him to be and said that he was just another evil ex-boyfriend waiting to happen.
The following morning, Scott woke up to see that Ramona was no longer in their bed, although he quickly realized she was only in the shower.
He picked up a phone call from Kim saying she needed help and he left the building. He found that the Twins had caught Kim in a cage. They worked together so they could fight him more effectively.
It seemed like Scott was losing, so Kim tricked Scott into believing Ramona texted her saying she believes in him in order to motivate him.
It worked and Scott successfully defeated both Twins. When Scott got back to the apartment, he found Ramona who had cut off her hair.
Scott told Ramona that he loved her no matter what, but Ramona started crying and said goodbye to Scott before using the Glow to teleport herself out of the room.
Scott accidentally locked himself out of the apartment not long after. Scott slept at Stephen's and then at Kim's again. Scott also talked to Wallace again and got to meet his new mystery boyfriend, Mobile.
Kim decided to move back to her parents and Scott saw her off before she got on the bus. Scott apologized to her for behaving so badly, and she accepted.
Then she left. Scott ended up getting a new apartment paid for by his parents. His brother also visited him, and Scott mistook him for Gideon due to the fact that he wore glasses.
He read the note Ramona left Gideon earlier, saying she is leaving him, but Scott couldn't figure out why Ramona never sent him the note.
Scott also got a phone call from someone he couldn't figure out who it is. Gemeinsam besiegen sie Gideon und versuchen es nochmal mit einander.
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