Zoo Tycoon 2: Reverse Zoo

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Zoo Tycoon 2: Reverse Zoo
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YouTube Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WMKttjO3aMk
Date Released March 28, 2016
Length 3:19
Game Zoo Tycoon 2

Zoo Tycoon 2: Reverse Zoo is a sketch about Ethan pitching some ideas to a zoo.

Description: "This guy has some big ideas to make big money in the zoo business."


Actor Character
Ethan Gelinas Himself
JP De Ovando Zoo Owner


The sketch begins with Ethan breaking into the zoo's employee lounge and beginning to pitch some business ideas to the Zoo Owner. Ethan begins by building onto the idea of swimming with the dolphins and thinks up ideas such as "Run with the Lions", "Climb with the Tigers", and "Nap with the Bears." The Zoo Owner points out the probable problems of death and Ethan declares they'll come back to those ideas later, moving on to pitch building a zoo on Mars. The Zoo Owner believes this is some sort of prank but then realizes that Ethan is being completely serious. Gelinas continues pitching ideas such as putting two hundred orcas in a single standard sized whale tank. The Zoo Owner questions who Ethan works for, who responds that he used to work for Sea World, but is now a "freelance idea machine." Ethan then proposes a way to save money by replacing all fences with rope fences, as they're technically legal, and fences. The Zoo Owner gives him one fair opportunity to leave but is cut off by Ethan coming up with another scheme. He then proposes a "reverse zoo" with people on the inside and animals on the outside. The Zoo Owner asks what's wrong with Ethan, who responds by saying that he cares too much, but also because he has severe ADHD. He then admits that his ideas have been terrible, as he's better with theme parks. He then proposes one last idea before the Zoo Owner calls security - "Mr. Bones' Wild Safari."

The sketch ends.

Explained Jokes[edit]

  • Mr. Bones' Wild Safari is a reference to the ride "Mr. Bones' Wild Ride" in Roller Coaster Tycoon 2 which is meant to trap customers in the ride forever.