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Throughout the movie, Sex Bob-Omb is taking part in the Toronto International Battle of the Bands, for a chance to win a contract with [[Gideon Gordon Graves|G-Man]], the most popular music recorder of the decade. They win their first match by default when a rogue fireball by [[Matthew Patel]] incinerates the opposing band [[Crash and the Boys]]. In the second battle, Sex Bob-Omb administer a stunning defeat to the hardcore [[Kyle & Ken Katayanagi|Katayanagi Twins]].
 
Throughout the movie, Sex Bob-Omb is taking part in the Toronto International Battle of the Bands, for a chance to win a contract with [[Gideon Gordon Graves|G-Man]], the most popular music recorder of the decade. They win their first match by default when a rogue fireball by [[Matthew Patel]] incinerates the opposing band [[Crash and the Boys]]. In the second battle, Sex Bob-Omb administer a stunning defeat to the hardcore [[Kyle & Ken Katayanagi|Katayanagi Twins]].
   
The group are signed to a label by G-Man, revealed to be evil ex # 7 [[Gideon]]. [[Scott]] refuses to sign, and is replaced by [[Young Neil]]. When Scott comes to confront Gideon, the trio are somewhat dejected and [[Kim]] quotes them as being "sellouts" the first time around. Scott doesn't seem to mind being replaced at this point, and after cashing in his [[Extra Life]] he inspires the group inciting them (and Kim) to play more hardcore for the second run. He does this by stating to Stephen that the band sounds much better without him, refers to Young Neil as simply "Neil," and formally apologizes to Kim for how their relationship turned out. After Scott defeats Gideon, Gideon explodes into a barrage of coins that covers the Theatre. After Kim points out that this has effectively killed their record deal, Stephen Stills jumps off the platform and begins shoving as much of the victory coinage as he can into his pockets, Neil pursues and, for reasons unknown, picks up a coin and puts it in his mouth.
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The group are signed to a label by G-Man, revealed to be evil ex # 7 [[Gideon]]. [[Scott]] refuses to sign, and is replaced by [[Young Neil]]. When Scott comes to confront Gideon, the trio are somewhat dejected and [[Kim]] quotes them as being "sellouts" the first time around. Scott doesn't seem to mind being replaced at this point, and after cashing in his [[Extra Life]] he inspires the group inciting them (and Kim) to play more hardcore for the second run. He does this by stating to Stephen that the band sounds much better without him, refers to Young Neil as simply "Neil," and formally apologizes to Kim for how their relationship turned out. After Scott defeats Gideon, Gideon explodes into a barrage of coins that covers the Theatre. After Kim points out that this has effectively killed their record deal, Stephen Stills jumps off the platform and begins shoving as much of the victory coinage as he can into his pockets, Neil pursues and, for reasons unknown, picks up a coin a puts it into his mouth.
   
 
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