Leon Smallwood Watches Carlos.avi is the second episode of The Leon Smallwood Misadventures made by Joey Slikk.
Leon Smallwood gets an e-mail from The Unknown Person that makes Leon watch a creepy video called "Carlos.avi".
- Scrubs Season 1 Intro - Lazlo Bane [Intro]
- Scrubs Credits Theme [Outro]
- This is the first episode to show Leon on the computer.
- This is the first episode where Leon gets angry.
- This is the first episode where Leon gets scared.
- This is the first episode where Leon freaks out.
- This is one of the longest episodes ever made.
- This is the first appearance of Carlos the Stickman.
- The real video of Carlos.avi can be downloaded at Mediafire.
http://www.mediafire.com/download/f3bnb9ypt2qrno1/Carlos.avi+V1.3.zip (Updated Version 1.3)
- This is the first episode to have static.
- This is the last episode to have Leon being voiced by MS Mike.
- This is the first episode to have it's name begin with Leon Smallwood.
- This is the first debut of The Unknown Person where he sends a message to Leon.
- This is the first episode to have profanity in it.
- This is the first episode to have a screen shake effect.
- This is another episode where Leon talks to the viewer.
- This is the first episode to have "Watches" in it's name when Leon watches something.
- Some of the scenes were similar to PVMAGKVIDEOS and Joey Slikk's version of AGK Watches Carlos.avi.
- The scene where Leon closes out Carlos.avi and his computer cuts to static, continues to show the video and a Windows XP Message pops up saying "You can't stop the video Leon... You will watch Carlos.avi Forever!" is similar to one of the scenes of Cornish Gibs and Cansin13's version of AGK Plays MARIO.
- When the window of WinRAR showing Carlos.avi appeared on Leon's desktop, the cursor/pointer and the taskbar button that leads to the window of WinRAR showing Carlos.avi weren't shown on the desktop, even when Joey Slikk thought he didn't have to put any of that stuff on the desktop.
- When the cursor/pointer is shown clicking buttons of Windows XP messages that popped up, it was flipped horizontally.