If me and Damian McKnight played Army of Two: The Fortieth Day –

Damian: So, how far are we?

Me: We're almost done with the game.

Damian: Who are we killing?

Me: Jonah.

Damian: Oh. I forgot.

Me: Dumbass.

Damian: Wow, Jonah talks a lot.

Me: Reminds me of you on Yahoo! Messenger.

Damian: Mitch said Hi.

Me: I know.

Damian: How?

Me: He's talking to me on Messenger right now.

Damian: Okay, decision time.

Me: Killi- OH, MY GOD! I KILLED RIOS ON ACCIDENT!

Damian: HOW COULD YOU?

Me: RESET! RESET!

*Five minutes later. Same scene*

Me: Okay, we kill Jonah now. Mitch said it's the correct ending.

Damian: Okay. My hands are sweating.

Me: Mine, too. Hopefully we kill him this time.

Damian: Yeah.

Me: YOU PRESSED THE WRONG BUTTON!

Damian: I'M SORRY!

Me: YOU KILLED SALEM, YOU BASTARD!

Damian: I'M SO SORRY!

Me: RESET! RESET!

*Five minutes later. Same scene, AGAIN.*

Damian: We're killing Jonah.

Me: Definitely. I'm recording this, too.

Damian: WHAT?

Me: I'm playin' around. We're killing Jonah.

Damian: Good. He needs to die. Stupid-

Me: Ahem. That's my line.

Damian: Oh.

Me: Jonah is a stupid asshole.

Damian: You said it.

Me: *presses A button* So, now what? He's dead. We beat the game.

Damian: Let's stick to playing Army of Two.

Me: Yeah.

Damian: It's less complicated.

Me: I call being Salem!

Damian: Whatever.

Well, this is exactly what would happen if Damian and I played Army of Two: The fortieth day together. We'd end up going back to playing the first game because of the complications with the second. And, yes, we'd end up killing Rios and Salem before killing Jonah. It's stupid, I know, but still…

Yay for the obviousness!