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"Welcome back to Totally True Documentary, where today we spend a day in the life of Guy Flawless, the most perfect trickshot artist in the world. And see the harrowing dark side of having to be perfect, all the time."
—The opening narrator (Ian)

GUY FLAWLESS (Dude Perfect Parody) is the fourth episode of the Smosh series Totally True Documentary. In this episode, the crew documents the lives of the guys behind "Guy Flawless", a parody of the Internet sports entertainment group Dude Perfect. It is the first official video uploaded since the shutdown of Defy Media, having been produced prior.

Released on November 14, 2018, it was directed by Ryan Todd and written by Ryan Finnerty and Shayne Topp.


We're back with another totally true documentary, this time about the king of trick shots - Guy Flawless!



In order of appearance:

  • Shayne Topp as Skyler Skoney, a man cursed with the inability to miss any shot and founder of Guy Flawless
  • Noah Grossman as Chory Chutton, one of Skyler's friends
  • Courtney Miller as Gordy Jones, closest friend of Skyler, and Jesus, savior of the Christian faith
  • Ian Hecox as Choby Chutton, another of Skyler's friends
  • Olivia Sui as Cynthia Skoney, Skyler's wife
  • Keith Leak Jr. as the documentary producer (voice only)
  • Jessie Gill as a hospital doctor


  • Director: Ryan Todd
    • First Assistant Director: Tanner Risner
    • Creative Director: Luke Barats
    • Director of Photography: Mitch Anderson
  • Producers: Kristina Nikolic and Ryan Todd
  • Writers: Shayne Topp and Ryan Finnerty
  • Editor: Nick Agich
    • Assistant Editor: Matthew Duran
  • Production Manager: Jon-Michael Burgess
  • Production Designer: Tayler Nicholson
  • Art Assistant: Jake Sperling
  • Camera: Brennan Iketani
  • Gaffer: Trent Turner
  • Grip: Joseph Pitruzzello
  • Sound Mixer: Greg Jones
  • Makeup Artist: Rachel Jenkins
  • Costume Supervisor: Lindsay Hamilton
  • Script Supervisor: Merina Seidel
  • Post-Production Supervisor: Reed Brice
  • Senior Design: Ness Cardano


Introducing Guy Flawless.

This episode of Totally True! Documentary follows the lives of Guy Flawless, a sports entertainment channel founded by Skyler Skoney (Shayne Topp). The group is introduced by a clip of Skyler tossing a football into a basketball hoop ten blocks away. Skyler introduces himself and explains that he started Guy Flawless ten year ago and its continuous popularity. A quick montage is played to show the types of videos and challenged Skyler does, including the "Skateboard-Half Pipe-Boomerang-Tennis Court Challenge", the "Frisbee-Death Pit-Fireball-Poison Dart Challenge", and the "Blindfolded-Razor Scooter-Drone-Football-Paper Airplane-Backflip-Pool Challenge".

The documentary's producer (Keith Leak Jr.) asks how many takes it requires for each shot. Skyler scoffs and states that he only ever needs one. Clips of Skyler's friends praising him are played:

Skyler defeating Jesus at horse in church camp.

  • Chory Chotton (Noah Grossman) states with amazement how Skyler never misses a single shot.
  • Gordy Jones (Courtney Miller) speculates that Skyler was blessed by Jesus.
  • Choby Chotton (Ian Hecox) confirms that Skyler was indeed blessed by Jesus himself after the religious leader was defeated in a game of horse at church camp five years prior. After a clip of this is played, Choby affirms how Skyler never misses anything.

Skyler talks about how his never missing anything "transcends" his videos, giving the examples of never missing the bus, the inability to miss his mother after her death in an accident, and how he can't enter Mississippi. Skyler also explains how he has five children, despite only ever having sex with his wife Cynthia (Olivia Sui) four times. The fifth pregnancy actually resulted from an ejaculation from masturbation whose trajectory allowed it to bounce down the stairs into the bathroom where his wife was. Skyler starts to lament how he can never miss but composes himself after the producer asks if he is alright before walking off. After this, a black screen is showed with text explaining that he returned to set but started to "lose it".

Skyler entering a rage because of inability to miss anything.

Skyler does indeed start to lose it, angrily lamenting how he is always insisted of his apparent perfection and to trickshot. Taking out his anger by grabbing a nearby water bottle and tossing it out the window (which lands in the basketball hoop), Skyler starts to remove his mic and tosses it, his hat, his chair, and the director's camera all out the window as well (all also landing in the hoop). After composing himself, Skyler promises that the next day, he will finally miss a shot.

To the usual excitement of his friends, Skyler starts another video (noticeably now less enthusiastic) and explains that he will be tossing a basketball into a hoop two miles away while a nearly impenetrable flock of geese flies overhead, thereby making this shot virtually impossible. However, to ensure his failure (and much to the confusion of his friends), Skyler stabs the ball with a knife, straps a thirty-pound dumbbell to it, and even tosses it in the opposite direction. However, as his friends start to narrate in absolute astonishment, the geese catch the ball and start to carry it, untying and dropping the dumbbell and re-inflating the ball in the process, eventually dropping it into the hoop. This causes Skyler to scream with rage and leads him to jump into the pool, aware of his inability to swim (as foreshadowed earlier).

Skyler tossing himself into the pool in an attempt to commit suicide.

After two weeks in a coma, Skyler wakes up in a hospital, surrounded by his friends and family. His friends explain to him how he was rescued: The smell of his natural body odor combined with the scent of the basketball and chlorine created a perfect recreation of the pheromones of a young goose, leading the geese to mistake him for a young goose. The geese picked him up and out of the water, carried him, and dropped him into the basketball hoop. Skyler's doctor (Jessie Gill) informs him that while he was in a coma, his right leg had to be amputated. Skyler interprets this as him missing a leg, i.e. finally missing something. This excites him to the point of promising to buy everyone drinks, getting up and falling (due to his missing leg), landing square in the trash can.


Skyler in the hospital, overjoyed at his finally "missing" something.

  • Guy Flawless poses for the camera with frisbees. Courtney wails.
  • Shayne missing the basketball shot at church camp.
  • Shayne noticing the pomegranates on set are real.
  • Courtney's missed basketball shots of balls and various items, one even knocking over the camera filming these.


The outro's background is a loop of Skyler jumping into the pool.

"Swish! Guys, thank you so much for watching! If you want to watch HOW TO BE FAMOUS ON YOUTUBE, click that box on the right. If you want to watch RAPPERS IN 2018, click that box on the right. Better do it. Honestly, if you don't, I will come to your house. I will... I will... I'll... be very nice. Send you a letter."
— Shayne


  • The update video after Defy's shutdown, Smosh is Homeless, has a description that resembles those from c. 2010.  This video's description reverts back the video descriptions provided while Smosh was owned by Defy.


  • Ness Cardano's credit for senior design in the description is listed twice.
  • At 3:21, the subtitles for the line "Hold on. What was that?" is off by two seconds, disappearing before the line is spoken.