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December 31, 2012
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"Greatest freak out ever 26" is a Greatest freak out ever episode from season. In this episode, Stephen gets locked outside in the snow by Jack.



Stephen was watching SpongeBob while Jack was constantly ringing the doorbell. An irritated Stephen then goes outside to check who's ringing with the doorbell. Jack then seized the opportunity to lock Stephen outside in the cold. After yelling at Jack to let him in and calls for his mom, Stephen ran around the house wearing boots and started screaming for his mom before Jennifer came out of the kitchen and let him back in while waiting at the back door. He then ran over to Jack and slapped the camera out of his hand. Jack picks it back up and stops the video where it is.


  • Jack tries to ring the doorbell, Stephen was open the door looking outside when he goes outside and Jack prank with Stephen to lock him out.
  • When Jack's camera gets slapped out of his hands, it lands on a pile of wood; seconds later it's picked back up and you can hear that the audio on the camera is slightly damaged.
  • One of the episodes in McJuggerNuggets' Psycho Series, "Psycho Brother's Frozen Lockout" is very similar to this video.
  • This is the second video to be uploaded on New Year's Eve. The first being Greatest freakout ever 20 in New Year's Eve 2011.


Cultural References

  • Stephen was watching "SpongeBob SquarePants", the episode was called "Face Freeze!." You can also hear on TV in the background, the cartoon character name is SpongeBob SquarePants, Patrick Star, Squidward Tentacles and Mr. Krabs.
  • You can almost see Mr. Krabs on TV.
  • If you look for a split second while Stephen was about to take down Jack's camera. There was a Charmin Commercial on.


  • You can see the window has been tear when Stephen was staring at Jack's camera.
Also See the Window Tear


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