Since this top 10 will likely be the only one presented this season, you’ll find commentary from a total of four community members, so prepare for a wall. Also the rankings are in reverse order, to be clear. Enjoy!
10. Frisky Business (39 Pts.)
Crusader: They’re back. Sporting the a roster of players recognizable to anyone who’s ever played or heard of Halo 3, Frisky Business is hoping to reclaim former glory. Or maybe just to troll our collective anus’s, I’m not sure. But either way, so far this team is 2-0 but still untested as both of their wins have come against new teams. Once they play Sally’s Exotic Dancer’s, a team with a little more experience, it should be easier to gauge if they’re really back at full strength. One thing to note is that captain Mikanater literally has more kills than every other player on his team combined.
ixPanthro: A team with a terrifying profile. Have won their games to this point and I expect them to win out the rest of the regular season. We’ll see what the post-season brings them.
Lightsaber: In the forums, Frisky Business’s thread proclaims “The kings have returned,” and so far the league seems to agree (to a point.) Frisky Business is composed mostly of Halo 3 vets who, for various reasons, did not play much in Reach. Their roster includes x0 pie x0, commonly known as one of Halo 3’s greatest hybrids, and Doc Status, widely acknowledged as one of H3’s great runners, so they have no shortage of talent. So far, they don’t look too rusty- what the league has seen of them so far amounts to two wins and three rounds of a stream in which they jumped to an early lead over probable division rivals Sally’s Exotic Dancers. Also noteworthy is Mikinater’s massive K/D spread for Week 1- he amassed a +202 spread in only two games. So far, all the foundations for a decent team seem present here, but they’ll first need to follow through against Sally’s Exotic Dancers before setting their sights on loftier goals.
ActiveHate: Frisky Buisness is sort of like a time capsule of Grifball veterans. However I always hate it when teams put players on their roster they don’t intend to actually use. Big names like Love Thumee and Twizzted Status make this team look scary, but in reality they probably won’t make it very far. Even though they have two of the all time greats of the game xo pie xo and Doc Status, I don’t think they really care as much as they used to when it comes to winning the championship. They’re more like a bunch of old veterans that should be forced into retirement. In fact they should probably just change their team name to “All Washed Up”. Hopefully these incendiary comments ignite that competitive spark in them again, although I doubt it will since all their players are so ancient no one has ever heard of them.
9. The New York Pineapples (48 Pts.)
Crusader: Coming in at #9 is a long-time staple of the league, New York Pineapples. The core of the team has not changed as SlimJim is still the captain. One could say that they’ve lost some of their former strength as there is no joe eduardo, RDG NHL, or AcePrado on their roster, but it’s a new game and it’s too early to count them out. They’re currently sitting at 4-0 with some dominating wins against some newer teams. The X-factor of this team is KidQuantum, he’s capable of putting up some big numbers when they need it.
ixPanthro: This is another seasoned team that hasn’t been at it’s best in recent seasons, but are looking to change their luck with an impressive roster. SlimJimX50, Four To Oh, The Platapus, and PAPA x VIPER seem to have their stuff together and compliment each other very nicely. Expectations are high for this team, and have hopes to enter the post-season with some momentum.
Lightsaber: The New York Pineapples (NYP) are one of those staple teams that have played for quite a long while, together the whole way. Their over three year tenure has seen good times and bad times, and sadly this season looks to be falling more toward the bad side for NYP. They’re not a bad team (they wouldn’t be making this list if they were), but compared to, say, SML 11, they’re looking a bit anemic. As I said though, NYP is still certainly a good team. SlimJim has scored an obscene amount of goals during his career and will probably continue doing so. KidQuantum is a solid pickup at lead tank, and four to oh has picked up on his tanking as well. NYP will likely take their division easily, probably putting up a nice GPG while they’re at it, but they’ll have to prove me wrong in the playoffs. A nice showing against The Black List in the GGL playoffs would also do some good for these guys.
ActiveHate: The New York Pineapples have always been a decent team that couldn’t quite get the job done. Although their performance might be a little bit better this time around with players like KidQuantum, PAPA x VIPER, and The Platapus. I mean they’re all good pick ups, it just comes down to whether or not they can actually play well together. If they spend some time practicing, and working on ways to pass the ball over tank heavy teams, they might be able to correct their mistakes from the other leagues. Granted the roster they have isn’t as impressive as some of the others, but that shouldn’t stop them from coming up with ways to improve their offense with the new gifts given to us in Halo 4. Just remember when in doubt always pass the ball.
8. Reckless Fire (79 Pts.)
Crusader: Reckless Fire wins my black horse award. They’re ranked relatively low at #8, but they are a strong team. SilentNdeadly is undeniably a dominant tank, but he brings more than that to the table as he’s able to go massive positive while still getting stops and playing with awareness. ICECARDZ didn’t get a lot of exposure in Reach as a runner, but he was good at it, and he’s better now. Once those two play together more and get some more chemistry that’ll be a tough duo. They also have a roster full of reliable players like Keith829, Pure Assistance (Brand Wii), and NetsPride15 that form the backbone of the team.
ixPanthro: Though this team has had some pretty strong line-ups in the past, this season is showing that “The Matchmaking Warriors”(as they were referred to in their debut season) have their stuff together and have formed their best squad to date. Between Keith829, ICECARDZ, NetsPride15, and ACE B S1lentND1, this force is making an impact in the league.
Lightsaber: Their receiving of the #8 rank cements the opinion I already had of Reckless Fire: they are the most underrated team in the league right now. This is compounded by Reckless Fire’s tendency to end up in tough divisions every season. WL13 is no exception, with challenges coming in the forms of Four Guys One Ball and AVATAD. So far, they have put up a 6-3 win over AVATAD and a 7-2 loss to 4G1B (on Crusader’s host, I might add.) The main reason these guys are underrated is their lead tank ACE B S1lentND1 (Silent). This guy is capable of wiping out defenses with extreme efficiency, as evidenced by a bumrush game I played against him in which he went +146. No, that’s not a typo. He went +146 in a single game. As if that’s not enough, Reckless Fire has an excellent runner in ICECARDZ, and more good tanks (NetsPride and Pure Assistance). They’ll another good chance to prove themselves in the next week with another regular season game against 4G1B.
ActiveHate: I’ll be the first to admit this is one of my favorite teams this season, but that’s mostly due to the fact that I believe they’re incredibly underrated. ACE B S1lentND1 is just one of the many reasons why they’re a better team than people give them credit for. He’s proven to be a rather skilled tank that had a lot of team offers, but his loyalty to Reckless Fire is admirable. Other noteable players include NetsPride15 who was a former tank for A Righteous Kill, ICECARDZ who has returned to Reckless Fire, and Pure Assistance who I’m willing to bet the veterans never heard of. Regardless of how known they are though, they still have a lot of untapped potential. In other words if you’re looking for a good sleeper team to surprise everyone and make a deep playoff run in your predicitions, Reckless Fire should be high on your list of choices.
7. 8=D (94 Pts.)
Crusader: This mathematical formula is a team captained by Il Mako lI, aka Liono. The team is basically a team from a couple season ago in Reach, The Thundercats. They did well in their first GGL season, but ended up getting banned in the AGLA. Now they’re back, minus ixGingy. Mako, all connection aside, is a strong tank and is joined by other similarly skilled tanks ixApocryphal and R U RAZ ENOUGH. Together they give runner Il Dolph lI the tools he needs to succeed as runner. I’m looking forward to seeing how they match up with the other teams ranked around them here.
ixPanthro: This mathematical formula is a team captained by Il Mako lI, aka Liono. The team is basically a team from a couple season ago in Reach, The Thundercats. They did well in their first GGL season, but ended up getting banned in the AGLA. Now they’re back, minus ixGingy. Mako, all connection aside, is a strong tank and is joined by other similarly skilled tanks ixApocryphal and R U RAZ ENOUGH. Together they give runner Il Dolph lI the tools he needs to succeed as runner. I’m looking forward to seeing how they match up with the other teams ranked around them here.
Lightsaber: They’ve been a team for barely four weeks, but 8=D has already made a name for themselves with some.. er, playful joshing in the forums. What’s more, they managed to back up their bluster somewhat with a bumrush win over Piece of Cake before it dissolved. So, all is looking up for 8=D, right? Possibly. Among reports of triumph over good teams are some stories about 8=D losing to rookie teams, which may or may not be true. The tale of the tape has good things to say about these guys, though. R U RAZ ENOUGH is probably the biggest tanking threat on the team, with a mean host and a (self-proclaimed) “ability to use connection”, which I have no reason to doubt as of yet. ixPanthro is a good tank in his own right, patient but also useful in a push. The final two for 8=D are former Thundercats Liono and Snarf, now Mako and Dolph. Mako is a solid tank, generally putting up +30s or 40s despite having the worst connection I’ve ever seen. Dolph is the runner, capable at landing some nice punches on both offense and defense. Out of the teams on this list, 8=D probably has the most both to gain and to lose, depending on what kind of performances they put up against the bigger name teams.
ActiveHate: These guys are yet another team that is one player short of being recognized as an old team. While their gamertags don’t stand out to most people, 8=D is essentially the Thundercats without ixGingy. You can expect them to have a lot of chemistry together, as well as some good tanking potential with players like R U RAZ ENOUGH and ixPanthro. However the situation with II Mako II and occassionally II Dolph II may prove to be problematic. They’re both known for subpar connections with some teleportation, so that could put them at a disadvantage depending upon the host. All that aside though I don’t see them making it that far in playoffs due to their lack of roster depth. If they lose the first game of the series, they’re going to have to put in either HHCROPER or SauciestTiger72. Both of those guys don’t have very much experience, so the flexibility of their roster is limited to four decent players.
6. Qwib Qwib’s Ambition (95 Pts.)
Crusader: QQA is a team full of capable players joined together under captain Packfan010. They’ve got an extensive roster with varying levels of experience. The acquisition of Kid Tonga gives them a runner to build around, and there’s ShadowAlch3mi5t who’s very capable of running or tanking. InfiniteRain gives them a lot of run stopping power with his nasty sword lunges. Stage53 provides some more tanking power and I’m sure DennymacpotV2 could bring a lot to the court if they’re able to get him on Halo 4 more. Overall they’re a good team that can only get better as they play together more.
ixPanthro: With a roster that resembles most of the Grammaton Clerics, you can bet this team is going to give you a run for your money, with InfiniteRain365 who can sword you from anywhere, or ShadowAlch3m1st who’s always been a deadly hybrid gutting through your best line up, I wouldn’t count these guys out of the competition.
Lightsaber: If you’d told me two weeks ago that QQA would end up at rank six, I’d have doubted you for sure. After a hard-fought series against these guys in GGL, I’m doubting myself for putting QQA at a lower rank than they deserved. Over an hour of trying to break a team’s defense can have that effect. Longtime Grammaton Clerics Dennymacpot and Packfan are back again this season, with ShadowAlchemist and InfiniteRain also joining them again. Rain in particular has shown some nice tanking growth from Reach to Halo 4- he went around +40 in one of our series games. Shadow was always an excellent tank in Reach, and that hasn’t changed in H4. QQA has also picked up KID TONGA 1, former runner for A Righteous Kill, introducing some nice roster depth. If QQA could get Denny on with some regularity, I think they’d help their cause even more. Still, Denny or not, QQA is a solid team capable of giving a good game to the best of them, and should be regarded as such.
ActiveHate: You might as well call these guys the Grammaton Clerics, because everyone’s there except for their star runner Ezy08. How badly that is going to affect them come playoff time has yet to be determined, but let’s not forget they still have three members of last seasons championship contending roster. Assuming ShadowAlch3mi5t and DennymacpotV2 show up, I wouldn’t count QQA out of the playoff picture this early. They picked up former captain of A Righteous Kill KID TONGA 1 as their runner, so I really don’t see them having too much trouble adapting. Will they make the big unexpected plays without Ezy? Probably not, but they’ll definitely be able to hold their own in a competitive game. Therefore this teams going to be one of the more interesting ones to keep your eye on in the post season. You just never know what the GC chemistry is capable of, especially after that epic championship series last season.
5. Red Ray (96 Pts.)
Crusader: Red Ray has swooped up and snatched several players as teams have disbanded, such as powerhouse tanks A Winter Moose and Kemp Can Thrust. Those two bring a one-two punch with Moose’s cautious position tanking and Kemp’s more aggressive push tanking. They also grabbed Noplex when Piece of Cake fell apart, giving them a little more depth. Those three and Momstacos81 all work together to make Avaianche’s job as runner as simple as possible. They haven’t lost a game yet in GGL or AGLA, so they’re definitely one to watch out for.
ixPanthro: Red Ray is one of the first teams I had heard of when I joined the leagues, and all I heard were good things about these guys. Made up of Avaianche812, Momstacos81, Kemp Can Thrust, A Winter Moose, and newly acquired benchwarmer(jk)NOPLEX, this team will win their division and go far in the playoffs.
Lightsaber: The SL11 Ammy Champs return with a strong #5 ranking, and they are every bit deserving of it. Former frontrunners Avaianche and Momstaco have teamed up with two guys formerly from the Vibrating Ron Di’s: Kemp Can Thrust and A Winter Moose. Avaianche has stepped back into his role as runner, and Momstaco is once again a formidable tank (with the added benefit of host-pulling). Kemp tends to play a more hybrid-like style, picking up the ball when Avaianche doesn’t have it, but otherwise serving as an excellent all-around tank. A Winter Moose is that guy you just can’t kill- he’s notorious for his patience and consequently his ability to outwait just about anybody. The four of them put up some solid play in their GGL series against Stiffy Gigglesticks. They showcased a diverse playstyle, utilizing both tank-ins and passing to great effect. They are virtually unchallenged in their division, but in the GGL playoffs they have a series against Reckless Fire that should prove interesting. Oh, and NOPLEX sits the bench like a pro.
ActiveHate: With the recent additions to their roster, Red Ray is literally not a pushover team. They really never were since Avaianche812 and Momstacos81 joined the team awhile back, but they’ve always been lacking compeitive teammates. Now that they’ve managed to pick up A Winter Moose, Kemp Can Thrust, and NOPLEX, things may finally be looking up for these guys. Both Kemp and Moose happen to be former teammates of the Vibrating Ron Di’s, and NOPLEX is also a solid tank in his own right. With that being said, I can see Red Ray beating any of the teams listed below here, but they’re going to have to turn it up a notch if they expect to make a deep playoff run. They have that capability, it’s just that when you look at the rosters of the other teams, all the odds are stacked against them. In my opinion Red Ray winning the championship would be the ultimate Cinderella story in Grifball history.
4. Way to Fail (170 Pts)
Crusader: At first it looked like this team as it was known was gone, but at the last moment with the return of Priest XYZ and ParaplegiicZ (v Determined v), they’re back. They also happen to be as strong as ever, with a roster full of nasty tanks like Digital Pain, silentshadow, a man canon, and of course the aforementioned ParaplegiicZ. One point of interest to me is how they will use the pass. In previous games they were generally a conservative team that played long, drawn out battles of tanking attrition. We’ll see if they stick with that formula and mainly use it just to throw the ball away and maintain possession or if they become a dual-threat of tanking power and sneaky passes to canon on the backside.
ixPanthro: Consistently dominant in the AGLA, this team is made up of some seasoned players that can decimate your K/D in the blink of an eye. Made up of SilentShadow459, v determind v(now ParaplegiicZ), THEXILEDRAGON, T1lVl3LE55 l3K, DIGITAL PAIN, Priest XYZ, and the new addition of a man canon, these guys are sure to make a push for gold very soon.
Lightsaber: I remember, back in SL11 and early SML11, when Way to Fail was invincible. Nobody touched these guys, because if anyone tried they were completely obliterated by pure tanking power or simply outplayed. Way to Fail sports a similar roster to the one they had then, but it’s not quite the same. That said, WtF is still a force to be reckoned with. Determined (now Parapalegiicz) is still ready and able to wreck everyone in his path. Digital Pain is still insanely hard to kill. SilentShadow has turned out to be a dominant H4 tank, regularly putting up numbers in the range of +60. Although Priest has said he can’t devote as much time to Grifball as he’d like, he still knows his way around a bomb better than almost everyone else in the league. WtF does have the Hot Bikini Guyz in their division to keep them on their toes, but with a 7-2 victory already under their belt, Way to Fail looks to be the unchallenged leaders of their division. To sum it up, all the pieces are still in place for Way to Fail, and if/when they click fully, the leagues had better watch out.
ActiveHate: When you look at these rankings you’ll notice the top four teams have all been to championships, but Way To Fail is the only team that has won the big game other than Grunts of Fury. Even though that was several season ago, they certainly have the roster to pull it off again this season. With the return of their noble leader Priest XYZ, and their powerhouse tanks Paraplegiicz and a man canon. they’ve managed to fix all the problems their team has had playing in the other leagues. When you break down the rest of their roster Digital Pain and SilentShadow459 have been putting up consistent stats, while Canon and Priest have all but mastered passing. If things continue to go this well for them in the playoffs, they may find themselves in the championship game. After taking that into consideration, these recent roster changes might have made the league better in regards to competition this season.
3. Four Guys One Ball (4 First Place Votes, 205 Pts)
Crusader: I don’t have much to say about my own team. We’ve (re)added Rage More Nerd to our roster which gives us some lineup flexibility. And now I’m the runner instead of Cow. Other than that we’re pretty much the same as Reach, Lightsaber and Jedi tank and we play long, slow games where we hold on to the ball for a while.
ixPanthro: Another team that seems to have a dominant squad that is well known and have made it to an AGLA championship game. Crusader0102, L1ght5aber, Jedi Hunter, and True Flying Cow have perfect team chemistry, and with the addition of Rage More Nerd, this team will be causing plenty of havoc and making their way through to the playoffs with ease.
Lightsaber: Eleven short months ago, Four Guys One Ball was coming off a pair of frustrating losses to Zero Logic, wondering where the next step was. Three months after that, we gave T Rich and Rockman Go Back to High School a good fight in the SL12 ‘ship. We haven’t looked back since. Now that I’ve inspired myself with team history, I’ve gotta admit that I’ve never played 4G1B, and as such I’m probably not the best judge of our skill, but I’ll do my best. The general consensus seems to be that we’re tough as hell to take the bomb from and have a pretty staunch defense. Oh, and we have Jedi Hunter, who became insanely powerful with the launch of H4. Other than that, we pretty much try to be the same 4G1B that has had success the past couple seasons (except Crusader runs now instead of Cow). And we picked up Rage More Nerd. Oh, and I’m there somewhere too. We tend to extend games to unheard-of limits due to our conservative play. That’s pretty much 4G1B in a box.
ActiveHate: Known best for their superior passing and ball control, 4G1B returns this season with the usual recipe we would all expect. Everyone’s there including Crusader0102, Jedi Hunter, TrueFlyingCow, and Light5aber, but they’re still missing xRebsx. That shouldn’t be too much of a problem though, because they managed to fill that position with Rage More Nerd. He’s no stranger to playing for top teams or making plays on the court, so it will be interesting to see how he fits into this lineup here. As for their other players, you can expect Jedi Hunter to do the majority of the tanking, while everyone on the court works together to keep the ball out of enemy hands. Whether it be defensive or offensive passing, 4G1B excels at wearing down their oppoenents until opportunities present themselves on the court. If they add a few more offensive plays into their playbook I could see 4G1B winning the championship, which makes this season a lot more interesting.
2. The Black List (7 First Place Votes, 233 Pts.)
Crusader: Black List gets the runner-up spot in the polls, just barely below our #1 team. They have a similar lineup as previous seasons with tanks ActiveHate, ixGingy, and Fanciest Pants, hybrids BossTycoon and Sabceef, and, of course, runner Ezy08. Here is a team that does a fantastic job at scoring in various ways, as they can win with both overwhelming tanking and precision passing. Despite the fact the punch reload has significantly increased, Ezy still manages to land basically every punch. Combine that with Active and Gingy’s propensity to slay everything and you’ve got a team that doesn’t lose easily. They’ve got a serious chance to win it all this season, unless…
ixPanthro: Captained by Bosstycoon x, The Black List is not only the most controversial, but also one of the most deadly teams in the league. Bringing in ixGingy after the split of PoC definitely made this team complete. Being fronted by ixGingy, ActiveHate, Bosstycoon x, and Ezy 08 running the ball, you don’t want to let your guard down when playing these guys.
Lightsaber: No matter what opinion you might have about BossTycoon, you’ve got to admit that he knows how to assemble a team. Three quarters of the original Black List is back: Boss himself, Ezy08 (ranked #1 runner in Reach), and ActiveHate (whose host will probably scare me for years.) On top of that, The Black List has picked up ixGingy, who has proven himself one of the best, if not the best, pushing tank in H4, and Godlxss, who has some odd love of x’s (and is a pretty good player as well.) Also notable are Fanciest Pants (another extremely patient tank who would give Winter Moose a run for his money) and x Sabceef x, one of the most versatile hybrids I’ve played against. Pretty much any roster they play is sure to be tough to beat, but my guess is that they’ll go with Boss, Ezy, Active, and Gingy for big games. The Black List is another top team that’s basically alone in its division, so we won’t see their true playoff colors until the playoffs, but when that time comes they’re virtually guaranteed to make a deep run.
ActiveHate: After a long absence since Winter League 2012, The Black List is back, and they’re looking for redemption after losing the championship to the Lake Greats. Three of the familiar four have returned including trick runner and backpacking extraordinaire Ezy08, the team captain and notorious troublemaker BossTycoon x, and myself ActiveHate. You may have noticed former Grammaton Cleric / Black List member ShadowAlch3mi5t missing from that lineup, but they managed to fill his spot with ixGingy who is already proving to be a dominant tank. Other noteable pickups also include Godlxss, x Sabceef x, Fanciest Pants, and SquirrelBurrito. While The Black List is primarily a team built around tanks, they’re going to have to adapt to passing the ball or risk losing the big games. Even after considering that though, I wouldn’t count them out of the championship picture just yet. They still have a roster that can easily contend with anbody in the Top 5. Who knows maybe this will be the season someone finally ends T Rich’s championship streak.
1. Grunts of Fury (10 First Place Votes, 239 Pts)
Crusader: …these guys have anything to say about it. They’ve got a different name, but it’s the same core that’s won the last couple season in Reach and many times before that in Halo 3. Veterans Major SiIva, Shadow S16, and T RICH Da King are trying for a hat trick with three straight championships in consecutive seasons, and they’re joined by captain Blade Binion, Yo DrGreenthumb, YoungNastyMan79, and El Driver. They’re not especially dominant tanking, nor overly flashy with the bomb, but they still rack up win after win and that’s all that matters. But it’s a new game, and too early to write off any team. Will the champions defend their crown? Or will somebody rise up and steal it? We’ll see.
ixPanthro: Grunts of Fury is an elite team composed of veterans known in every league. They play an aggressive offense and have a solid defense that is seemingly impenetrable. Shadow S16 is known to be the league’s greatest defender, T RICH Da King having always been a monster, Yo DrGreenThumb with a massive hammer, Major SiIva being voted best hybrid, and Blade Binion at the helm with the ball, this team is most likely to win this WL12 Championship.
Lightsaber: When the season started, GoF looked like it was going to be a good team, but not much more. Then Piece of Cake dissolved and things got interesting. A couple roster changes later, Grunts of Fury is the team to beat. I haven’t seen a team as stacked with good H3 vets since <3 in SML11 (which won the pro-ship handily). So.. to start off, there’s ShadowS16, who has now figured out how to go positive while still retaining his mad defending skills. Then there’s T Rich, who I’m pretty sure has never not won a championship. Joining them is Major SiIva, the best hybrid in Reach and the second best player ever, for good reason. The team is rounded out by Yo DrGreenthumb, halfbreed105, Blade Binion, El Driver, and Astro7- each and every one of them a well known H3 vet with the skill that comes from having been around for so long. Beating these guys will take a nigh-perfect game on both sides of the ball, and when playoff time comes around you can be sure that GoF will be sending lots of teams packing. Until then, they appear to be en route to a 90 goal season and the corresponding #1 seed. All that leaves is one little tidbit of info: SiIva and Shadow alone have 12 championships. How many do you have?
ActiveHate: Grunts of Fury is without a doubt the most experienced team in the AGLA, and as we’ve seen before, experience usually plays a large role in those big playoff games. In fact, if you look back through the AGLA’s history, you’ll notice every team that has won the championship has been a team of Halo 3 veterans. There’s good reason for that though. All the championship rosters thus far have been stacked with talent, and this one’s certainly not an exception. The Grunts are back this time with the classic 4 players Shadow S16, Blade Binion, YoungNastyMan79, and El Driver. Although they’ve managed to grab 3 big name players from Halo 3 and Reach this time around. Those names include Major Silva who’s arguably the best player from Reach, T Rich Da King who is on a 4 time championship winning streak, and Yo DrGreenthumb who has won a few championships in Reach including some right after the game was launched. With that being said you can expect these guys to be the team everyone’s trying to beat this season.
Honorable Mentions: Sally’s Exotic Dancers, Hot Bikini Guyz, Zoo Monkeys, Shut Your Lips and Learn