Within the files there are certain lines of dialogue that do not play in the game itself.

Poker Night at the InventoryEdit

Responses to the Player RaisingEdit

Though characters in Poker Night 2 ended up using such responses, the characters of the first game had such reactions, as well, but they didn't see use in the game itself.


Strong BadEdit



  • You should know that my first response to an inveterate raiser is to shove chips down his or her throat until they sh** like a slot machine.

Individual QuotesEdit


  • Hmph. I am out of chips.
  • Perhaps I bet this.
  • It is new.
  • this hand. I am all in.
  • I say, make that 1000.
  • This is worth 500 dollars.
  • THIS is at risk as well.
  • (laughs) Let's make this hand have more interest!
  • I bet THIS.
  • I bet this TOO.
  • I feel confident having put NEW WEAPON on the line.


  • Ah...I see. (may have been recorded for a conversation with the Heavy)
  • It's been said.
  • Twist!
  • Looks like you're playing for the shirt off of somebody else's back. (referencing the fact that he was originally going to buy in with his sweater)
  • I suppose this sweetens the pot?
  • I'm putting this down, too.
  • I'd say it's worth 500 bucks.
  • I went through hell to get that, you know.
  • How about I bet this, too?
  • How about I put THIS on the line?
  • I like it! The word ostentatious is ITSELF ostentatious! Man, I'm gonna think about this all day.

Quick QuotesEdit

It seems there was going to be a feature in which the game could be sped along, if the speed at which the players say the following is anything to go by.


  • Bet.
  • I bet.
  • Call.
  • I call.
  • Check.
  • I check.
  • Fold.
  • I'm out.
  • Raise.
  • Raising it.


  • Fold.
  • I fold.
  • Check.
  • I check.
  • Call.
  • I call.
  • Bet.
  • I bet.
  • All in.
  • I am all in!


  • Fold.
  • I fold.
  • Check.
  • I check.
  • Call.
  • I call.
  • Bet.
  • I bet.
  • Raise.
  • I raise.

Cut Lines from ConversationsEdit

  • (when the Player idles)
    Max: (snores)
    Heavy: Now look! Bunny is SLEEPING! Play cards!
    Tycho: I can't imagine the horror of his dreams. Let's speed it up.
    Max: (wakes up) Wh- Huh? How long was I out? Sometimes I just black out when life reaches a peak level of boredom.
  • Strong Bad: (in response to a player's poor hand) {in a mocking tone} Oh, man! Do you even {exaggerates the word} know how to play?
    Max: No, not really.
    Tycho: Do you know what it feels like to have you spirit shattered over a bed of rusty nails?
    Heavy: A leetle. I am better at shooting things. These things are people.
    (Note: Only one of the other players would respond, depending on who Strong Bad is addressing.)
  • Strong Bad: (also in response to a player's poor hand) There's no quicker way to turn the hotties off than by being a terrible poker player, man.
    Max: And yet the craziest ones can't keep their hands off me.
    Tycho: I would say being a bad poker player comes second to being a four-foot-tall asshole with no evidence of anatomy.
    (Note: Both of the following lines would've been the response if Strong Bad was addressing the Heavy.)
    Heavy: *gasp* Is this true?
    Tycho: You probably compensate in other areas, Heavy Weapons Guy.
  • (Everyone folds to Strong Bad)
    Strong Bad: (to Max) Just because those three jokers folded doesn't mean you have to.
    Max: Au contraire!
  • (The Heavy folds)
    Heavy: These cards make me want to rip off man's arms!
    Tycho: May I recommend Strong Bad?
    Strong Bad: Good luck trying to seperate me from these guns.
  • Note: Though this conversation basically already exists, this is an alternate take on the lines.
    Tycho: Hey, Heavy Weapons Guy. I just finished this Russian fantasy novel called The Dirge of the Moskva. Ever read it?
    Heavy: No.
    Tycho: Oh. Uh, well, what's your favorite book?
    Heavy: I prefer war.
    Tycho: Ah, War and Peace. Tolstoy. Nice.
    Heavy: No, just war.
    Tycho: Sun Tzu?
    Heavy: Nyet! ...I like "Tsar Hunger" by Leonid Andreyev. You know this?
    Tycho: I, ah, hm, I'm afraid I don't.
    Heavy: Is classic!
  • (if someone's bluffing)
    Heavy: Once, I see RED Doctor walk up to me.
    Tycho: A friend of yours?
    Heavy: Yes. But I pull trigger and kill him with many bullets.
    Tycho: Jesus! Why would you do that?
    Heavy: He was not Doctor. He was...BLUFFING.
  • Max: Hmm... Maybe I'll just shoot these cards.
    Tycho: Didn't they make you check your gun at the door?
    Max: My gun is impossible to find and I'm an over-enthusiastic frisk-ee. (folds)

Tycho Bets his SweaterEdit

  • Tycho: I do have this extremely limited edition shirt. Limited as in one.
  • Tycho: Whoever knocks me out of the tournament is the proud new owner of that slightly used garment.

Unused Enthusiast's Timepiece LinesEdit

  • Tycho: It has sentimental value. Also, blood stains. There's more blood though, that's somewhat renewable.

Tycho Wins the Dangeresque, Too? Glasses (alternate)Edit

  • Tycho: I'm sure I'll find some place for...this...

Tycho is Eliminated: Buy-In Item TakenEdit

  • Tycho: I will certainly miss that physical object.

Showdown with TychoEdit

  • C'mon, c'mon...
  • Do NOT fuck me! Do you hear me, cards? I am your liege.

Calling Two Bets at Once?Edit

  • Tycho: You should know that I have no qualms with fucking both of you. I-In the hand. Th-This hand. Of poker. Which is a card game.
  • Strong Bad:

Murder at the Inventory?Edit

NOTE: The actual order of the lines is unknown and is arranged in the most logical seeming fashion.

  • Winslow: Congratulations, you are truly a world class cardsman with an icy stare! You have managed to best each of your opponents. This is-- Oh no. Back, stand back! Excuse me! ...It appears there has been a MUUURRRRDER!
    Max: Remember kids, crime is an invitation to the crypt.
    Winslow: Just goes to show that anything can happen at the Inventory!
    Max: Uh, you know there's an actual dead guy here, right?

Strong Bad Calls the Cheat for HelpEdit

  • Hit him up on the twooo-way...get some tips to get the money go my way... Hey, da Cheat! The bozo across the table is a real bluffer. What do you reco-recommend? ...Whoa! I think we should leave his sister out of this! I don't want to start a fight and scare the other guys with my...manliNESS. ...Oh, that's much better. Nothing convinces a man to play it straight like a reminder of the global economic crisis and the rising price of da Cheat litter! Thanks, da Cheat!

Poker Night 2Edit