Redfield's Therapist

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"So, whoever you are that did that to Chris, come out now!" ― Therapist, moments before encountering Nightmare Todd and fighting one of his minions

A joke that originates from /v/ Resident Evil threads. Chris' loyal and trusted advisor who not only helps Chris on matters of his mental health but also with matters of fighting as well.

TheRAPEutic Aid[edit | edit source]

A therapist who at times tries a very extreme kind of way to help his patients.

He was married at some point, but his wife passed away.

TFR/Season 1[edit | edit source]

Leon and Fred in the NWF game night, while Chris and his Therapist stare from the background

Therapist had been the Redfield's family's Therapist for a good many years, as soon as Chris began harassing Leon to sleep with Claire, Therapist attempted to be the voice of reason and mend the situation.

At some point during the wrestling, Therapist appeared as Chris' team member, probably being with him to comfort him over the loss of the briefcase.

Despite not looking like much of a fighter, Therapist proves to be a capable wrestler, being able to hold his own against the Bogs and their strongest Boglogical Weapons. Even more helpful is TheRapist's ability as a strong negotiator, being the key reason for Chris and Leon to put aside their differences in order to fight the Bogdanoff threat.

Episode 5

When Chris isn't feeling too well, Therapist finds just what he needs to clear his mind: beating the shit out of some asian twink.

Later, Therapist uses some of his connection to arrange a match with some guys in a semi-related field of work (and more asians for Chris to punch through).

Episode 8

When the Bogs were at their strongest, Therapist called forth for Leon and Chris to unite against this threat, and successfully manages to unite them with a common goal. Not only that, but he even joined them in the battle!

Leon and Chris would develop a deep bond of friendship after this life-or-death situation, ending the FMS vs NWF struggle.

TFR/Season 2[edit | edit source]

Now with the threat at hand gone, Therapist can go back to trying to help people psychologically (and maybe trying to make Leon and Chris kiss).

Episode 1

However, the rapist discovers Chris left unconscious on the floor near his room, and calls for an ambulance.

Episode 3

Therapist appears to announce 2 things

  1. Sadly, Chris had fallen into a coma and Claire is taking care of him, but the doctors couldn't understant why he wasn't waking up, like something was stopping him from it.
  2. And that he's going to beat whoever did that to him.

Moments after, Nightmare Todd hijacks the transmission to announce his plan, his use of the Mind-Link to syphon Chris and Leon's mind to become even more powerful, and sends his middle-ranked minion: Fargoth. He is defeated, and Fargoth may now change from Todd's side.

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

After defeating Fargoth, TheRapist challenged Todd once again to show up. However, he does not want to fight, but remembers that as a therapist, he mustn't let rage consume him. He tries to reason with Howard instead, but Nelo Angelo shows up, and does what Fargoth couldn't do. Therapist is soundly defeated by this monstrosity.

TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]

Therapist was recovering the whole season from Nelo's severe beating, and thinks that with the progress Chris made maybe he will be able to leave this crazy ring soon. But it doesn't take long until he is caught in some of new sort of Chris' paranormal shenanigans.

Episode 0

When Leon, Chris and Therapist return from the hospital and try to have a match, they suddenly feel reality breaking and find themselves in somewhere that is the past yet also the present.

Episode 4

After Chris-chan's defeat, he along with 17 other people were transported to another timeline's Rokkenjima in 1986 after the use of the Focusing Stone to fix the universe malfunctioned. While trapped on Rokkenjima, he tried and tried to save Leon, as he developed a(n even bigger) drinking addiction thinking they were never gonna get out of there.

Episode 9

As Battler re-obtained the Focusing Stone, everyone gathered in the Rokkenjima Shrine to go back home; Vorgin and Leon are quite happy after having kindled the father/son bond (or, more likely, Vorgin is happy to have someone to brag to about his dick, and Leon eagerly awaits his penis-enlargement techniques), Therapist adds another item to the list of Leon's problems, and Boomer cried in pain at leaving the past...

When Aniki talked to Ricardo about beating the guy who ran over him, Ricardo explained Leon was the real culprit and Therapist chipped in to mention how Leon's drinking habits are getting way out of control, just before Leon stumbled into the Locker Room's floor asking for Fred's keys to take a ride. Oh, Leon...

During the F-4-W, he and Leon each eliminated an opponent, and Therapist confronted Leon about his problem in the middle of the match. The two had a decisive battle about the freedom of drinking, and The Rapist lost.

TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]

Therapist is constantly trying to help Leon stop drinking but to no avail, as his ADA-induced depression is too strong and the only option is is to drink it away.

Episode 3

Fred tries his own hand at helping Leon, by trying for a title match against him, but Leon only agreed if he can take out Therapist to stop annoying him. Fred agrees and tries to assault Therapist on an abandoned BCW building, but Therapist's resolve is strong in curing Leon of his addiction, and Fred loses.

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

Leon's addiction has become so severe that Therapist has decided to make a last stand and give Leon a "shock therapy" of punches to save him from the grave hs has dug for himself.

In the KoJ title match, he was reckless and even when Leon was so furious he threw him through the cell, he stood up and continued to fight for his freedom from the demon of alcohol.

Episode 9

Fred, reconsidering what happened, went to him and invited Therapist to a drink before the match, apologizing deeply for paying more attention to stupid rivalries than to his friend's life, and asks Therapist for his car keys to go rescue his friend after the match independant of the result.

Therapist gladly accepts, but he will still have to try first.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

The Therapist (Smiling)

With Leon trying to drink less and Chris' obsession about his sister over, Therapist takes a break for a while.

Episode 7

He's still trying to get Chris to maybe think about Leon in a different way, and they fight the planning men in a match.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

After The Tragedy and Chris' death, Therapist became one of the most supportive members of the Order of the Locker Room, helping many a wrestlers cope with what had just happened.

Episode 1

Therapist is decided to win the rumble to become 5th Master of the Locker Room, so that no one has to ever suffer the loss of a friend again.

Episode 2

He hears the news of Chris being sighted alive in the backstage, but when he reaches he can only find Leon left unconscious. Fred quickly shows up to take care of Leon, but Therapist wonders where Chris went...

Episode 3

Fred and Therapist try to get Chris to calm down, but to no avail, he's fixated on getting Leon to fuck her again and pure strikes Fred.

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

The Therapist (Sad)

Chris drags Therapist with him into the Project Rumble-17 room, Comrade Mario explains that the machine was built to restore TFR's dignity, and this room will protect them from it's effects. Therapist is disgusted at such madness and tries to escape, but the exits are already locked in, and The Final RumbleTM begins.

Therapist falls to his knees and screams that this is wrong, but his desperate calls to mediation fall on deaf ears. He chastises himself from following Chris, since now everyone outside will...

Episode 14

12 years in the future, Redfield's Therapist became just Therapist now, since he left Chris' side. While continuing to work at an hospital in the city, he meets with Leon Kennedy who had been staying there after Chris broke his jaw, and explains how The Three Kings use brainwashing on some of their subjects and tried to make him stay with them, but his knowledge in the field saved him from the effects. Therapist however is decided to become more useful in saving Chris (and potentially the world), and joins with Leon.

Episode 15

When Leon and TheRapist break into Chris' milking dungeon, they find "Fred Jones" in a cell. However, "Fred" claims he is in fact Ethan Winters who was brought here by Chris after he shot his wife and must take revenge, but Leon and Therapist are totally convinced that he must've been brainwashed by Chris. And thus, Therapist only has one option left: he must therape him

Episode 17

Therapist, Leon and "Fred", who has been theraped into believing he is truly Fred, find Chris inside the Cosmic Egg, and while Therapist goes on to face him, "Fred"s psyche starts to break down.

However, he is unable to save Chris.

At the end of Suou Tatsuya's struggle, with everyone gathered around the heart of the cosmic egg, Leon notices there's two Freds now, but Therapist just tells him to ignore the fact.

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

The Therapist's office

A therapist with some connections to the wrestling industry, he treated Claire Redfield for her obsession with cats once but it didn't really help.

Episode 2

Treats Haze Stratos over being a punk after he meets the police one too many times.

Realizing Haze just has too much energy, decides prescribes him the treatment... of wrestling! Seeing him fitting, and with some needed safe work training (his window still being broken from a previous session), he uses his contacts to get him a match against an opponent who wants to be "a stepping stone" for him.

Episode 3

Haze questions his treatment since he didn't have any reason to fuck with that guy, but therapist can't let him just murder people (nor give him pens), so he comes up with a compromise; he'll set him up with a guy known for peeping in the locker rooms.

Therapist asks him to not rough him out too mad or vice versa, but Haze just insults him.

Episode 5

After his last fight, Haze is losing his mind since everywhere he looks people claim he lost the match even despite beating up Stork to drive the point, everything went as normal until he reached the backstage and people were mocking him and calling him delusional, when he is merely twisted and sadistic. Therapist tells him that he just has to come to terms with reality, Haze asking what the hell he means, Therapist affirms there's nothing wrong with losing to someone better and he should already be used to it. And there's always next match. And Haze is about to start it right fucking now.

Episode 13

Never to see his dad again and with his delusions vindicated, Haze is feeling better than ever, which is a relief for Therapist as his schedule might get quite complex with a certain guy whose head got all messed up. Therapist however is still confused as why the match results are in contradiction to Haze's photo, while pointing that out angers Haze thinking of how high the fucking retard who made the mistake must have been. Hearing from the waiting room, Miles Edgeworth excuses himself in (and his father, who is the actual patient and shouts that all viewers of Haze's match had their memory erased) to comment on the fact that the match result was intentional due to the ongoing match rigging scandal, and more importantly, that he wants to ask Haze for his photo evidence to use in court. Haze really doesn't want to lose his only proof when people call him crazy, but eventually he relents (since he has his trusty pen to use anyway) and hands in the photo, as Edgeworth will make sure he will turn Haze's into the match fixers' regret.

Episode 14[edit | edit source]

Therapist comes with Edgeworth to assist him in the courtroom, for some reason.

Court is now in session, presided by The MMMighty Judge, using the badass fast-paced initial trial system because he has a meeting with his biker friends. Vitalik asks from the Witness Stand to wait while his defense makes its way late, making Wright wonder if he has something up his sleeve... and indeed, he shocks everyone as he has hired the legendary undefeated defense attorney: Lawyer 47, who apologized for the lateness as some RED-HAIRED FAGGOT got his suit dirty.

The prosecution makes their opening statement: Vitalik has mismanaged the company from health issues to match fixing, and presents evidence proving the connection between TFR staff and the late Chuck's Suck & Fuck; 47 quickly discards it on the basis that "it cannot be read because reading is for homos", a formidable move that the Judge allows while looking uninterested and all of Sminem's team acknowledges as a difficult challenge. Next, the defense makes a statement of their own, "all of the prosecution's evidence is fake and gay, fabricated even, and no real evidence will be heard against his client as Vitalik and TFR have done literally nothing wrong, and Chuck's is a gay den of lies."

Edgeworth presents a decisive piece of evidence—a photo proving a match which had a different outcome than officially acknowledged after the lights of the arena suddenly turn off (that's ground for gimmmmmick infringemmmmmmment). But unluckily 47's glasses are too fucking blurry to see anything and he rips the image in half. Also, 47 would like to add one thing: no hat-wearing attorneys have been left mentally retarded due to TFR as they employ the amazing Dr. Piccolo, or at least that would be if he wasn't such a fucking traitor like the rest of the people in this room.

Exhibit GAYYYY: Kyle Hyde. All those mysteries solved and yet no one can find out why you suck so much.

Tell me, does the paper clip represent your penis size, or is it a metaphor for how you can barely keep anything together.

Saihara? Amima? Who? So many Danganronpa shitters here I can't even keep track of them all.

Who's running the billing here, a monkey, or a teenage girl?

And Janny? Janny!? JANNY!?

And the prosecution? The prosecution? Heh. Who gives a shit about the prosecution, we all know they're gonna lose anyway.

They're both foolish fools who are too foolish to know that they have been fooled. They are the poison that is rotting TFR from within.

Sminem's team hangs on to the last string of hope after such demolishing defense...

At last, the prosecution presents its most finishing piece of evidence, years upon years of company records that help detail Vitalik's scheme with other parties such as the mafia and even the president, gathered by a staff member risking his own well-being—Amami Rantaro. It picks the judge's interest but hears the defense's rebuttal first: Zzzzsnore. The decision is clear and the evidence doesn't change anything, disappointing Piccolo, Janny, and Amami, as they've met with a move worthy of an Ultimate Lawyer.

With time at its limit, Edgeworth desperately looks for the missing piece to the puzzle that is such an impenetrable defense. his assistant Therapist affirms he must be on the right track, the defense's posture can only mean one thing, and that's that it's bluffing. If he can pinpoint his confidence's source, he can defeat it, and that's when Edgeworth notices it by using his father's glasses, his achilles' heel: his perfect bald. By distracting the judge by way of retreading on his father's lengthy medical records, he also annoys the defense into going into a rant, and uses the opportunity to steal Payne's wig and throw it onto 47's head; instantly, his focus, confidence and charisma are crushed before he can stop talking.

Because, like the legend he is, the Judge...





That's why... That's why I declare this case closed!

Law degrees are a sham anyway, get a real degree like fine arts.

Or at least be a cop so you can carry a gun and look cool. You'd be surprised how many are like th-

A pure strike is delivered, and the judge finally sees through the defense's lies, sentencing the attorney to wrestler's court after the trial is over. In light of these events, the verdict is set, and the court declares TheFinalRumble... GUILTY. But Vitalik's conviction would come with a price, as TFR is closed down... for a while at least, until the place is confirmed free of corruption (and delivers 100000 bottles of jack to court). Additionally, the TFR title will be permanently retired, as well as all other titles vacated, but it was all a calculated part of the risk; as Sminem puts it, roster members will leave for indies or maybe nowhere and budget will go down, but wrestling will survive, and they'll be back sooner than they know it... with the trial over, all that's left is looking ahead.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

The Redfield family trusty therapist after Chris needed some serious loss therapy, who doesn't have a great record of fixing obsessions.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

The rapist has to show up in The Final Rumble due to the state of Chris' situation since the disappearance of Leon Kennedy. Therapist tries to get him ready for his next match, but Chris just breaks down into depression after losing so many matches since he can only think of Leon. Therapist wonders if he really wants him for his sister and not for himself... so the doc books him against a chinaman.

Episode 6

Doc tries to get Chris to accept that Leon could be dead by now, but he just can't move on. Therapist then gets an idea from one of the wrestlers here, and gives Chris a VR Headset. When Raiden shows up, Chris can only see Leon standing there and threatens to milk him on the spot, which the coomer ninja is more than glad to accept. And finally, regaining his will, Redfield wins again.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Ever since Leon disappeared, Chris' situation seemed almost hopeless despite his best efforts to therape him...

Episode 4

On his scheduled therapy visit, TheRapist notices "Alpha" Chris Redfield looking much better as of lately, and Chris somewhat agrees that even after all he's been through time still dulls all wounds.

So, he's been keeping himself busy, even visited an old friend and had some fun, and in turn his ring prowess recuperated as demonstrated by his world champion status. Therapist congratulates him but reminds him not to engage in too much escapism since the time he used those VR goggles. Chris, however, decides he's not escaping anymore since meeting a guy in the waiting room and they had some long debates; another of Therapist's patients who is trapped in a dilemma between becoming a sainte or a grunch. As he had no other option but face it head-on he walked into the waiting room, and that really inspired Chris, making him decide to carry on and honor those who are lost, because one day... he's sure it'll all be worth it, somehow. Just then, Therapist sees a shining spark of hope in Chris' eyes, something he hadn't seen in very long while, thanks to him and The Grinch perhaps, and for that he decides next time he'll theRAPE him extra cheap!

Episode 7[edit | edit source]

When his patients one by one begin not showing up again, Therapist wonders if something is up. Soon enough, he receives a call where a trustworthy voice informs that if his resolve is strong, he will don the clothing in the package he will shortly receive and head to Coolsville Hills.

As he makes his way through the lower floors of defeated enemies, he finds his former patients The Grunch, Enderman, El Ogro de las Americas, and La Creatura about to engage Chris Redfield, Ushiromiya Battler, Agent 47, and Suou Tatsuya. Chris pushes Tatsuya to go upward while they fight these four and hold the guards with just the three of them, but just at that time Therapist makes his entrance, decided to not leave his patients behind, theRaping them in the ring if necessary. Battler suggests someone next to him could also use some of that since they've been uppity about coping with a shiny head, but 47 proclaims BALD IS BEAUTIFUL YOU FLAMING HOMO. Also arriving is Dante, since Kiryu handled taking care of the OMW victims by himself, to inform them The Black Knight has changed into "Blacked Nash" and his power has become... unfathomable! With no second to waste, they can't allow the Knight's power to resonate with Nash's body any longer, and Chris pushes Tatsuya and Dante up while he decidedly defends his squad, especially since 47 threatens that if he lets The Professional die... he'll kill you.

With the opponents defeated, the heroes get ready to deliver the finishing strike that will awaken them, but out of nowhere, all of the Blacked Security rushes to this floor, guarding their fallen brothers and spelling disaster for the poor little white wrestlers before setting their eyes on the invaders higher up.

When it almost seemed lost...

Hmmm? I don't think anyone is going anywhere. Now before we have a little fun~

Yeah... SOCIETY is full of cowards...

And we're not gonna admit any of that!

Like this wasn't enough of a joke already, the clowns arrive to save the day. Why? How? No time for questions when there's a show to put on. They swiftly make quick work of all the nearby guards and give the fallen legends good hard knock. Hope rests on Tatsuya and Dante now. On the lower floors, everyone wonders how Tatsuya is doing as they defeat the last of security. Just then, the last of the heroes arrives.

Therapist: Hey... I think we just got ourselves some late reinforcements.

Battler: Huh? What took you so long?

Agent 47: Yeah, real useful coming up now, when we're all tired and injured!

Chris: I... Didn't think you'd come... But you know how happy it makes me to see your face. Leon..........

Wright: We've been expecting you. I think you're just on time. Feeling fresh? You better be. There's a big task ahead of you. Leon..........

Just when Tatsuya thought it was all over, out of the darkness, like a beam of light, came a shining hope for them all, an unlikely hero. Leon..........'s best friend Ark Thompson! He got the call a little later, but he rushed to make it on time. Super Blacked Nash is surprised, but not even that can stop Terror that is rooted in Fear. Ark is surprised if that used used to be Nash, but Tatsuya is 'fraid to say so. The time is just right, so Tatsuya is ready to go for one more and do it. Make the world shine bright, like an eternal hot, sweltering summer!

With the time to end this, Ark thinks it's time to drop a cool one-liner like his friend Leon would, something like... JACKPOT! Both deliver a deafening double blow to Super Blacked Nash's head. But even with that... Super Blacked Nash still gets up. The King of Spades has one last trick to play, as he commands authority over the whole building since Coolsville Hills itself has been Blacked by now, and soon, both of them will be victims of its destruction, meanwhile he will survive it. Super Blacked Nash pities the fragility of humans, even both of himself before this form, beings who would be trembling in fear unprepared for the terror that rises, so weak. He thought only the money and the miles mattered before, but now sees the missing ingrediente clear as cum... The money, the miles, and the melanin.

Ark finds out the way to the rooftop, even though Tatsuya feels the situation hopeless, they rush out and still come with no way out. Just at the end of the line, when Tatsuya thought he was never going to find what was missing, that feeling in his heart, and why was he even here... all of their friends arrived in a helicopter!

Date: Guess who's back?

Therapist: You held out pretty well so far, guys!

Kiryu: Let's get out of here!

Agent 47: Yeah, hurry up! The sooner I get away from Faggler, the better!

Battler: Then why are you sitting so close to me? Personal space, buddy! You were the one who agreed with this teamup in the first place.

Dante: Sure is a big help when a old rival joins your side. I would know, I'm inside one right now.

Chris: Climb that ladder and let's get out of here!

Everyone showed up to rescue them, but... he can't let their efforts be in vain. Without finishing Super Blacked Nash, he'll unleash an age of terror upon Coolsville. Tatsuya urges Ark to leave, as even if the explosion catches them, he'll protect everyone. Super Blacked Nash arrives at the rooftop, claiming he'll survive everything, every more, every threat! But Chris has a better idea, throwing Tats an RPG-7 (Tatsuya wondering where he even got it) and tells him to make him become regular Big Daddy Bitch again. In fear of what he knows it's coming, Super Blacked Nash even promises he won't post Rikishi's ass anymore, but for Tatsuya, it's the Black Knight's time to become extinguished, as he rushes to him and launches it directly into his asshole.

...with the mission over, there was only one thing left to do. Sadly, Therapist was too tired to go and left the karaoke party to the youngsters, and left to take care of some patients, as the work of a psychological healer never ends.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Having helped save Coolsville and all, Therapist remembered how fun it was to leave the office once in a while and do some ring work.

Episode 1

Has a great run at the Royal Rumble.

Episode 2

Chris goes on to meet his Therapist and congratulate him for returning to wrestling and that rumble comeback last week, but Therapist never actually meant to leave as wrestling is good for body and mind. Most of the time anyways, but thanks to a moment where he got to share heart with his friends at karaoke, wrestling has stopped being painful for Chris and become fun again with friends with his side, and Therapist noticed it too... and that he may want to bring back their tag-team, and although it's not good to dwell in the past, he feels their goals align (and he can't reject a patient trying to improve). But he notices that's not all, and indeed, Chris feels wrong about those kids and what Dutch is doing to them... no, not that way, he's throwing the young wrestlers into a dark path of the business; Van Darkholme won fair and square, and Dutch's gonna screw him to claim Ricky for himself and teach future generations to step over hard-workers. Chris has been said to be a Locker Room leader before, but he wants to lead by example, and that's why he needs help, for the sake of the good old days―and Therapist always agrees to having his back, and for whatever the future may hold.

Red tries to block their way, but Chris doesn't feel like hitting non-asian women, and so Therapist walks in to notice she looks quite different... "just new ring attire" she says, but Therapist mentions she hasn't been in his office to talk about "the voices in her head" for a while (Chris had one of those too). When he begins talking about her frustrations of not finding a good boyfriend, she just screams for them to go on and moves aside. Chris and Therapist attempt to assist Darkholme against Dutch's cronies, but...

Episode 3

...Papillon was in the crowd, giving off a look that just said that he would jump in to interfere at the least opportune moment, so Chris and Therapist had no choice but stay pinned in place wary of him and only occasionally driving Dutch and Colombo Spice away from Van.

During Chris' day off, Therapist stays to see the indirect fruit of their efforts in the Van vs. Ricky rematch. When they are done with their entrances and about to begin the match, a transmission hijacks the titantron and streams, and in it appears Dutch van der Linde. He says it's a crying shame they banned them from ringside, but there's plenty idiots backstage who think it's smart to molest other people's business, and he's gonna teach one of them a lesson in Ricardo; if he can survive that is, and Aniki is unfortunately taking a day off so he won't be able to come to the fun. Van runs away from the match, but Therapist, watching from the corridor, worries he won't make it and runs to the backstage, only for Colombo to block his attack and order Red to 'do it', plunging Ricardo from the elevated floor of the parking area as Therapist cries out, and then Colombo punishes the 'hero' by throwing him from the platform to a nasty fall into a searchlight.

Episode 7 had to end this way, even if Aniki didn't particularly want it to and he told Dutch it would happen, but Dutch's gang was completely stripped of their titles and now the injured ones can celebrate retribution was delivered. Gold especially came in as their ace in the hole, who is glad all his time training proved worthwhile, and Van hopes he'll show up more. Wolff is "Tag Team Champions" and could defend the titles by himself, and the possibility does sound tempting, but as far as he's concerned the victory belongs to them all–they're all the bosses of the gym. So Wolff asks Aniki to defend by his side for the meantime, even if Ricardo wants to get off the hospital bed already, Aniki tells him to rest and accepts the invitation. Therapist gets Aniki's apologies for letting him get caught in this mess, but also his thanks for what he tried to do and imparting his bravery to stand up to them! Despite arriving later, Redfield already got out, a genetic freak and a reckless fool, call him Van and Therapist respectively. As for Dutch and co, Aniki doesn't think they'll show their face for a while, but as Wolff recalls, "a bad penny always turns up", so it's up to them to defend the locker room at all costs.

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Single-handedly defeating Dante, a son of Sparda.
  • Helping Chris and Leon put aside their differences at a time of need in order to defeat the Bogdanoffs once and for all
  • Single-handedly defeating (and probably converting) a mid-level minion of Todd
    • Turns out Fargoth was merely pretending to have been untodded.
  • Mindraping Ethan Winters into thinking he's Fred Jones.
  • Trying really hard to make Chris and Leon kiss.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Supporting Chris Redfield
Tag-Team The Therapy

The Mystery Masters

W1 L0 1
0 0 P
Iconic Match
Rise of the Mystery Masters
Majima Win
W2 L0 2
1 0 P
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Support: Chris Redfield
Royal Rumble
→Full List
W2 L1 1
1 0 P
Iconic Match
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender
The Therapy & The Paranormal Patrol

The Bogdanoffs & The Sons of Sperdo

W3 L1 2
1 1 P
Iconic Match
Battle against The Bogdanoffs Twins, for TFR & The World
Fargoth Win
W4 L1 3
2 1 P
W2 L0 2
2 0 P
Tag-Team Paranormal Patrol (NWF)

The Therapy (FMS)

W5 L1 4
2 1 P
Note: Pixel Screen effect.

Note: The fight was interrupted due to space-time shenanigans, and continued in the next episode

Iconic Match
NWF vs. FMS: The Rematch

Game: WWF No Mercy

Falls Count Anywhere
Leon S. Kennedy, Redfield's Therapist, Travis Touchdown, Dante Lose
W5 L2 3
3 2 P
Iconic Match
King of Drunks #1 Contender
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
2/3 Falls Fred Jones (1-2) Win
W6 L2 4
~4 2 P
W3 L0 3
4 1 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
Stage: Abandoned BCW Building
Hell in a Cell
2/3 Falls
Leon S. Kennedy (1-2) Win
W7 L2 5
~6 2 P
W4 L0 4
6 2 P
For Title: King of Jobbers
Note: Will Leon finally resign drinking?
2/3 Falls
Falls Count Anywhere
Fred Jones (0-2) Win
W8 L2 6
~8 2 P
W5 L0 5
8 2 P
Iconic Match
Fight of Honor
For Title: King of Jobbers
Donte Lose
W8 L3 5
~8 3 P
W5 L1 4
8 3 P
For Title: King of Jobbers
Tag-Team Men With a Plan

The Therapy

W8 L4 4
~8 3 P
Royal Rumble
  1. Van Darkholme
  2. Leon Kennedy
  3. Kuzunoha Raidou the XIV
  4. Alucard
  5. Maebara Keiichi
  6. Kazuhira Miller
  7. Yuki Makoto
  8. John Bradford
  9. The Janitor
  10. Tazuna Joe
  11. Kasuga Ichiban
  12. Aniki
  13. Demi-fiend
  14. Geralt of Rivia
  15. Pixy
  16. Narukami Yu
  17. Rando
  18. Fred Jones
  19. Albert Wesker
  20. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  21. TheRapist
  22. Big Smoke
  23. The Necrodancer
  24. Rean Schwarzer
  25. Date Kaname
  26. Komaeda Nagito
  27. Zoomer
  28. Arthas
  29. Raiden (MG)
  30. Joshua Graham
Lose For Position: 5th Master of the Chivalric Order of the Locker Room.
Extreme Rules Chris Redfield Lose
W8 L5 3
~8 4 P
W5 L2 3
8 4 P
NON-CANON Champion Haze Stratos Win For Title: King of Uncanon
The Headmaster Lose
The Therapy

The Bakers

Falls Count Anywhere Haze Stratos Win
W9 L5 4
~9 4 P
W6 L2 4
9 4 P
Royal Rumble (SLOW)
  1. Char Aznable
  2. Rance
  3. Tony Hawk
  4. Simon Blackquill
  5. Ruber
  6. Redfield's Therapist
  7. Brendan Fraser
  8. Albert Wesker
  9. Arthur Morgan
  10. No One
W9 L6 3
~9 4 P
For Title: TFR #2 Contender
Royal Rumble
→Full List
Win 『Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: WWF No Mercy
Royal Rumble
→Full List
W9 L7 2
~9 4 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
The Legends


W10 L7 3
~9 4 P
Iconic Match
Black Guardians of the Tower
Note: Chris got literally every KO.
Royal Rumble
→Full List
W10 L8 2
~9 4 P
For Title: world titleTM #2 Contender
Supporting Van Darkholme

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Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Canonically an ESL
  • Funnily enough, the IRL photo used for the Therapist was revealed in the pre-show to be a sexologist IRL and also a gay married man.
    • This has led to his sudden introduction into the Leon and Chris conflict being theorized as him trying to turn them into gay lovers, which would explain him being so hell bent on stopping Chris from making Leon fuck his sister.
    • He might have become a fujo after his wife died.
  • Could potentially be Haze's therapist who changed his name and appearance after Haze exposed that he let Gabriel go free.
    • Becomes his therapist in the new universe anyway

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