Superharman • @kevinski said:@steevl said: Yeah, I've been wondering why they haven't been doing that instead.Even more bizarre is the fact that they'll often take the right wall, but they'll use the ceiling to get over to the left side of the boss as it's dangling on the ceiling, seemingly unaware that it just makes more sense to say on the right side.Anyway, Dan and/or Vinny, I provided detailed information about the Deadeye Joe battle in the comments for Part 10, but I'll summarize them here:Phase 1: Your shots cause the boss to rotate. When it's about to shoot, stop shooting it to make its shots more predictable.Phase 2: Pay attention to the boss' tip to get a rough idea as to which way its laser will travel. Each time it rolls up and down the incline, the way the tip is pointing changes.Phase 3: STOP SHOOTING WHEN IT'S ABOUT TO SHOOT. It's mindblowing that you two don't notice this, but the laser comes OUT OF THE BOSS, and the boss only moves left and right if you're shooting it. If the boss is ERRATICALLY MOVING LEFT AND RIGHT as you're shooting it, then it may be a good idea to STOP SHOOTING THE BOSS. When the boss is shooting, just focus on dodging by using the ceiling and floor to stay ahead of the laser.It seems like they're a couple of episodes ahead so even if they are reading (really handy) comments like this one, they aren't likely to be applied until a couple more episodes from now.It does kind of astonish me that they haven't noticed the laser comes from the direction of the eye in phase 2 though, that seems like pretty basic stuff.