Super Beard Bros

Super Beard Bros. DELUXE - Castlevania Symphony of The Night Episode 7 - BERR

Game Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Episode 7
Date Aired May 1st, 2013
Episode Length 21:35
Playlist Symphony of the Night
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"You know what they say about save points? You can never save enough."
- Jirard Khalil


Jirard opens the episode, trying to be as classy as possible, when Greg says that the way he just opened the episode was the same way Greg welcomed people to the Jungle Cruise at Disney. Right after, Jirard returns to fighting the boss he continuously died on last episode, the Minotaur and Werewolf.

Alex had shaved his beard around the time of this episode, which has Greg making a joke about how since Alex no longer has a beard, he also isn't allowed to go near playground anymore. He also suggest a change to the show name, Super Mustache Brothers, as only one Beard Brother has a beard.

After many times of failing, Jirard finally beats the Minotaur and Werewolf bosses, with only getting 2 gameovers.

Jirard stays focused on the game for a bit while Greg and Alex talk, when he suddenly exclaims "I approach ye to give you a skull from my bosom!" while fighting a Dhuron, a skeleton-like enemy.

Right after, Jirard starts the running joke "You can never save enough" by saying "You know what they say about save points? You can never save enough." This has Greg and Alex ask if this is a Jirard Khalil or if it's a real thing.

The end of the episode has Jirard accidentally turning into the wolf, which he later names Bowser the Dog when he meant to become a bat. However, the sound effect of "berr" easily becomes a joke, as it's a weird sound for a dog to have. This has all the Beard Bros. cracking up at the sounds that it makes.


  • Minotaur and Werewolf bosses defeated
  • Form of Mist obtained
  • Lesser Demon defeated
  • Soul of Bat obtained

Question of the WeekEdit

Will someone please photoshop Hector Salamanca with a beard and the quote of "You know what they say about save points? You Can Never Save Enough - Jirard Khalil.

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