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YouTube personality Parker Coppins transitioned from YouTube videos to working directly with Disney XD on the series "Parker Plays." Coppins became a sensation known for his unique commentary based on games he has played. He uses unique personalities in his gameplay, which draws in a slew of fans. "Parker Plays" follows Coppins' experiences as he delves into various games that he reviews. Some segments include "Scare the Heck Out of Parker," in which Coppins plays horror games, "Parker vs. the Fans," in which he plays one chosen by the fans, and "Parker's Virtual Reality," in which he delves into virtual reality games.

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Parker yippee-ki-yays through space in "Cowmets"; tries to live the "YouTubers Life"; keeps getting punished in "Tattletail"; tries to make sense of "Giraffe Winter Sports Simulator."
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Parker yippee-ki-yays through space in "Cowmets"; tries to live the "YouTubers Life"; keeps getting punished in "Tattletail"; tries to make sense of "Giraffe Winter Sports Simulator."
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Parker explores "Toca Life City," does some home renovation with Shubble in "House Flipper," and is a scaredy pants in "Stifled."
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Parker weighs a ton in "Giant Cop VR"; teams up with CaptainSparklez for "Octodad: Dadliest Catch"; controls a giant laser bunny in "Obey"; follows the advice of a pigeon in "Reigns."
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Parker frays his last nerve in "Narcosis VR"; returns to "FaceRig" to create a new TV show; invites special guest Shubble to "Slap the Fly."
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Parker sways on the ropes in "Knock Out League VR"; sets sail in "Duck Build" with special guest Jimmy Wong; invites Steve Zaragosa to fight with "Too Many Weapons."
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A bearded Parker returns from a yearlong hiatus, figures out different "Dumb Ways to Die," gets stuck on a "Raft" with Jimmy Wong, and does some sick tricks with Jame.
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Parker gets some help from Jame in "Cuphead," tests his archery skills, solves puzzles with Whitney Moore in "Death Squared," and faces off against his arch nemesis, Jimmy Wong.
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Parker sautées ground beef for tacos in "Tacopocalypse"; flies with a jetpack in "Piloteer"; tries to not let "Wick" make him afraid of the dark; rides a minecart in "Survival Express."
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Parker overstays his welcome in "Hello Neighbor"; shreds the gnar in "Mad Snowboarding"; picks a fight with a slice of whole wheat in "I Am Bread"; shakes his booty in "Conga Master."
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Parker gets gooey in "Slime Rancher," sails the Seven Seas with HBomb94 and Graser10, takes us on a journey of his creative mind in "Mindshow," and eats all he can in "Tasty Blue."
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Parker plays "Planet Coaster" and builds his own amusement park; produces a movie in "FaceRig"; gets spooked in "Tattletail"; goes slowly crazy in "Default Dan."
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Parker revisits "Planet Coaster," escapes the zombie apocalypse in "GentleMoon 2," plays "Push Me Pull You" with special guest Strawburry 17 and avoids crowds in "Luke Sidewalker."
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Parker prays for goals in "FootLOL"; slithers through "Snake Pass"; attempts to "QWOP"; finally beats "Tattletail"; welcomes special guest Strawburry17 for a few rounds of "Crewsaders."
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Parker desperately strives to get to the bathroom; Shubble and Jimmy Wong join Parker to tackle a space mission as a team.
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Parker has facial hair in "Mustdashe"; pops monocles in "Oh...Sir! The Insult Simulator"; "Typoman"; pops a wheelie in "Bicyclism"; breaks vases in "Handle With Care."
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Parker has room for Jimmy Wong in "A Gummy's Life"; sets up a war with "Totally Accurate Battle Simulator"; hacks the system in "Jazzpunk"; goes pinky up in "Tea Party Simulator."
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Delaying self-annihilation in "Clones"; challenging Jimmy Wong to a match of "RocketsRocketsRockets"; staying strong in "Anarcute"; taking over a grocery store in "Lord of the Aisle."
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Things go upside down when Parker becomes the mayor of his own town, rules his own kingdom, and tries to get a promotion at work.
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Ricocheting turkeys in "Wreck the Party"; collecting sushi for "Sumoman"; "Cook, Serve, Delicious!"; confusing "SHUBBLE" with the "Pillow Fight Simulator 2017" mod for Roblox.
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Parker strays into giant robot trouble with "Fist of Physics VR"; delivers pizzas to demons in "Emily Wants to Play"; races Whitney Moore through the cities of "SpeedRunners."

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