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The Lazer Collection is a series of videos by Dominic Fera which do all they can to drive the Shoop Da Whoop meme into the ground, dig it up, drive it back into the ground, and lazer it. The format is a disjointed series of shorts, each of which inevitably end with a lazer being fired from someone or something.

Currently a (shoop da) five-parter: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 5. He wanted to stop at three episodes, but when requests for a fourth part got on his nerves he made Part 4: a short, scribble-y parody with the subtext "Stop asking for more episodes". Nonetheless, he decided to continue with a Part 5, with an ominous "To Be Continued" at the end. Also includes the short "A Lazer".

This series provides examples of:

  • Animate Inanimate Object: The piano in part 5.
  • Anticlimax: The first short of part 2 subverts all expectations by not firing a lazer at all.
  • Back for The Dead: Randal dies at the very beginning of Lazer Collection 5.
  • Bad Powers Bad People: When Detective Randal discovers that he has the same powers as Doctor Octogonapus, he joins him.
    • It's not conclusive, though.
      • At the end of TLC5 trailer it's all but confirmed.

   Doctor Octogonapus: You are learning well, My Son.

      • …and then subverted hard in Part 5 proper, where it's shown that they've been living a peaceful life for 2 years.
  • Big Bad: Doctor Octogonapus (BLAAAAH!)
    • In part 5, it's revealed that he was working for Shoop Da Whoop, the actual Big Bad.
  • Breakout Character: Doctor Octogonapus, again.
  • Breath Weapon: The entire point of these videos.
    • When they're not coming from other places, anyway.
  • Captain Ersatz: Doctor Octogonapus is basically a flying, Lazer-shooting Doctor Octopus (with spastic tentacles).
    • Who first appeared in a Spider-Man clip after being referred to as "Alfred Molina". There isn't even an effort to disguise it.
  • Catchphrase Interruptus: An overeager Aladdin-like guy constantly interrupts Doctor Octogonapus's Catch Phrase as he tries to come up with his first wish (after summoning Doctor Octogonapus from a magic lamp), leading to a very angry Octogonapus lazering him with extreme prejudice, instead of with glee.

  "Doctor Octo-mother-f***ing-gonapus BBLAAAAAAAH!"

  • Cerebus Syndrome: The first two videos are completely disjointed shorts, each of which end in a lazer. The third video is a random series of shorts, each ending with a lazer, which are tied together by Detective Randal's quest as he discovers the truth behind the random lazer deaths, and struggles with his dark past and destiny.
    • Partially averted: The disjointed segments are still very silly in nature.
  • Chekhov's Gunman / Ascended Extra: Doctor Octogonapus.
  • The Comically Serious: Doc doesn't take kindly to criticism of his immaculate steak cooking chef-skills.

  Doc: Your steak was cooked to perfection! You know nothing of good food! BLAH!

  • Continuity Nod: The death reports at the start of Part 3 are all references to lazers fired in the previous videos.
  • Crapsack World: Just about anything has the ability to randomly fire lasers and instantly vapourize you.
  • Double Entendre: "I am a dirty boy. It's time for me to take a shower."
  • Double Subversion: All the videos include some shorts which seem to subvert a perfect opportunity for a lazer, only for one to come from a completely different source (usually Doctor Octogonapus). The Doctor Octogonapus thing itself gets subverted in one short, where he shows up to lazer someone, only for that guy to beat him up… and then lazer him. Quadruple subversion?
  • Does This Remind You of Anything: The exchange between Randal and Dr. Octogonapus is more than a bit creepy.

 Dr. Octogonapus: "Feel the power, Randal! Let it seep up your thighs and penetrate your body! Let it penetrate you, Randal!"

Randal: "It feels good!"

Dr. Octogonapus: "Now release! Let it build up and release!"

Randal: "Hnnn… BLAAAAH!!"

  • Dropped a Bridge On Him: Randal is accidentally and abruptly killed by Dr. Octagonapus in the Lazer Collection 5.
  • Drop the Cow: The Lazers themselves.
  • Dynamic Entry: Mostly from Dr. Octogonapus, and one from Randal, which was made to counter the former before he could lazer two innocent dudes.
    • Dr. Octogonapus ups the ante in Part 5, where all of his entrances are by bursting through the floor in a Giant Mecha.
  • Emoticon: Frequently found in the comments-section, overlapping with Visual Pun:
    O o
  • Even the Subtitler Is Stumped: In the Part 5 opening, though not so much stumped as just giving up because the singer is just making random noises.
  • Foreshadowing: At the start of part 3, Detective Randal's superior gives up on trying to pronounce his last name, but it starts with an "O".
    • Also qualifies as Fridge Brilliance.
    • Later on, another character attempts and fails while talking to Randal over the radio.
  • Genie in A Bottle: Subverted every time. First off, it's never a real genie (the only genie in the series is the "Genie with a dirty mind"), and they're never actually there to grant 3 wishes. Their real purpose is always to fire my lazer BLAAAAAH!
  • Gross Up Close Up: There is a scene in LC3 where we get a close up of Randal's partner's face. It ain't pretty.
  • Heh Heh You Said X: "Hey Genie, do you mind if I'm on top [1] tonight?"
  • Humongous Mecha: The "Holy Shit" Robot that contains Doctor Octagonapus.
  • I Just Lazered Randall In The Face: Doctor Octogonapus accidentally kills his son in part 5.

 Doctor Octogonapus: Oops.


 Ron: "Harry, come quickly! Dumbledore's been in some sort of accident!"

Harry: "Oh my god! Was it serious?"

Ron: "No, it was Snape!"

*trombone plays, indicating the Incredibly Lame Pun*


  • Inherently Funny Words: "And so, Nipslip the dolphin once again swam back to the shores of Buttpoopia."
  • Jump Scare: There is often a long awkward silence before a lazer is fired.
  • Luke I Am Your Father: Detective Randal Octogonapus, Doctor Octogonapus is your father!
  • Mother F Bomb: "DOCTOR Octo-MOTHERF**KING-GONAPUS, blblblAAAAAAH!"
  • Never Trust a Trailer: The end of the trailer for the Lazer Collection 5 strongly insinuated that Randal would play a huge role. Howeverhe dies within the first minute after his father accidentally vaporizes the upper half of his body.
    • It also showed a short that isn't in the Lazer Collection 5.
  • Not the Fall That Kills You: After Octogonapus drops Randal off the building, he hits the ground with a very loud bang and even cracks the ground. He gets back up four seconds later.
    • This may be justified by Randall's heritage, however…
    • The fifth Lazer collection includes a skit where a guy commits suicide by jumping off a building. After a long, overly-excited rant from a random person witnessing it, the guy gets up and Lazers the other one in the face.
  • One Jim Limit: Invoked in LC4, and is replaced with the name Steve.

  "Oh shit, I already used 'Jim.'"

  • Ominous English Chanting: OH SHIT! HOLY SHIT!
  • Omniscient Council of Vagueness: From what little we've seen of it, the Council of Shoop has all the trappings of one at the very least. Dr. Octagonapus gets fired from it by Shoop after accidentally killing Randal, who was part of their plans.
  • Pants Free: Dom Fera in the end of LC2.
  • Pure Energy: The Lazers. Detective Randal asks whether the energy traces on the lazered bodies are electric or solar or something. Nope -- Just. Pure. Energy.
  • Precision F Strike: "DOCTOR OCTO-MOTHER****ING-GONAPUS!"
  • Recycled Trailer Music: The Epic Riff used in parts 1 and 2 was originally used for the infamously bad movie, Ballistic: Ecks Vs Sever, and has since been associated more with the lazer collection than with the original movie. Thank…god.
  • Rule of Three: Almost played straight in the second collection, with Dr. Octogonapus appearing to blast people three skits in a row, only for the third to end with him being punched out and lazered.
    • Played with in part 5, with a boy opening his father's briefcase and getting lazered, his sister opening the same briefcase and getting lazered, and then his mother opening the briefcase and…not being lazered. Instead, she finds love letters to another woman and running out on her husband…who then gets lazered by the briefcase.
  • Running Gag: Well duh. But also, there's Doctor Octogonapus (who became a meme of his own), and the car whose trunk fires lazers.
  • Say My Name: Doctor Octogonapus BLAAAAH!
    • Judging by the chimney sweep sketch in part 5, he sounds like he's getting tired of saying it.
  • Spin Off: The Genie with a Dirty Mind has gotten a few animated shorts to himself.
  • Stylistic Suck: Part 4.
  • Subverted Trope: As mentioned above, the first part of part 2 subverts the entire point of the series by not firin' a lazer. And the 5th brings back some more partial Cerebus Syndrome, as sort of a double subversion.
    • Part 5 has 2 consecutive skits without a lazer.
    • Also, in every video except the first, if the original Shoop Da Whoop picture shows up, you can be assured that there will be no lazers.

 Shoop Da Whoop: "IMMA FIRIN MAH—*Colin Mochrie appears in his mouth with dramatic music*

Shoop Da Whoop: "IMMA FIRIN a mediocre employee."

Shoop Da Whoop: "IMMA FIRIN you! Doctor Octagonapus!"



  1. (the top bunk)