TV Lounge

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The TV Lounge (abbreviated TVL, formerly Sects Lounge) is a hang-out space between Hayden and Munroe. (It used to be named after the couches it contains, which come in sections and are thus known as "Sectionals.")


On April 15, 2008 the Free State of Munroe officially declared war on the Republic of Hayden and invaded the Hayden TV lounge. The annexed lounge became known as the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ). Haydenites and Monronians built two walls of cardboard postal boxes on either end of the lounge, to delineate the boundaries of the DMZ. The arches in the walls were just for fun.

On April 7, 2012, the TV was moved to Talbot for a Melee tournament. When nobody wanted it back afterwards, it was grunged. Fingers were pointed and huffs huffed, and the era of the "TV Lounge" drew to a close.

Sometime perhaps in 2011, some Dropbox people came to our TV Lounge to hang out and play Super Mario Party using our old projector, which had chlamydia. Using some suspiciously Course-15-ish black magic, Pavel convinced Dropbox to give us a brand new projector. Although the "sects" lounge makes for a sufficiently frosh-friendly story, in reality<math>^1</math> the lounge was so named because our new projector was so sexy. Our AVcomm was more careful to wear a condom the next time, and our projector seems to be STD-free for the moment.

At some point in 2013, people started calling it the TV Lounge again, and thus it is today. We also bought a new projector in December 2015.

<math>^1</math> For some definition of "reality."

As of 2023, the TV Lounge is no longer the lounge with the TV, which goes against nominative determinism, but the TVL hasn't had a TV for a while anyways.


  • There is a bookshelf here.
      • You see some books, DVDs, and some games.
      • You take a sci-fi book, a Lord of the Rings volume, and a borderline pornographic romance novel.
    • LOOK DVDs
      • This pornography is far from borderline.
      • Are you sure you want to play Endless Ocean: Blue World? (Y/N)
    • N


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  • Wii
  • PS2 (barely functional)
  • Various dusty older systems
  • A neat RetroPie setup

See also Kitchen Lounge.

Hall Games


  • Mario Kart Wii
  • Rock Band 1/2/3
  • Brawl Minus
  • Project M demo 2.1
  • Guitar Hero 3
  • New Super Mario Bros. Wii
  • Wario Ware: Smooth Moves
  • Endless Ocean
  • Endless Ocean: Blue World
  • Wii Sports


  • Splatoon
  • Legend of Zelda: Windwaker
  • more stuff, plz add

To add more games to the hall's stock of Wii material, support the WiiOp.


Main article: RetroPie