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Gaming Monday, June 24th 2013 at 3:19 pm

Quest for Giant Bomb E3 Set Porn Bears Fruit

Electronic Entertainment Expo is held in Los Angeles. It makes for strange, shall we say, bedfellows.

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The Electronic Entertainment Expo — E3 for short — is held in Los Angeles every year, typically in June, and it means that a lot of journalists descend upon the area in short order. This year was no different, and popular gaming site Giant Bomb rented a “professional studio” for some of their coverage. Things got weird, though, and it quickly became apparent that what they were renting was actually the set for a bunch of pornography. Yeah.

Here’s a bit of Cards Against Humanity’s Max Temkin‘s explanation on Giant Bomb’s forums where he put out a $100 bounty to the person that could find pornography shot on their E3 set:

The studio included a number of half-assed sets like a police station, a hospital room, a prison shower, a law office, a bar, and numerous bedrooms.

Of course we all made lots of jokes about how these sets were probably used for porn, but everything took a dramatic turn when Nathan Vella found an annotated porn script labeled: Ep 3 – Yellow Revisions – 03/18/2013

The implications here are staggering. We’re pretty sure that such video game luminaries as Jonathan Blow, Cliff Bleszinski, Adam Boyes, and Vinny Caravella used fake desks and beds that hosted vigorous pornographic ball-slapping sex just days or even hours earlier.

You can read a PDF of the script they found here.

After posting this yesterday, the hunt was on. Given that this is the Internet, and Giant Bomb’s community is Giant Bomb’s community, a porno featuring the set has already been found. Community member mosespippy collected the bounty for this particular (NSFW) link. Well, I’m assuming it’s NSFW. I’m at work right now, and don’t really have the option of clicking, but Temkin sure says it is.

This is what happens when you have to rent space in Los Angeles, I guess.

(via Giant Bomb, image via BushLeagueTV)

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