- "I wasn't supposed to let it get to me that much, but it truly hurt my feelings. He likes a famous person who doesn't like MY favorite famous person."
The Adventures of Brees Fan and Kin Packie is the seventh and final comic in Season 8 of Sibling Rivalries, and the 67th comic total.
A line in Eminem's new song "The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady" disrespecting Drew Brees causes a rift in Gerry and Packie's relationship, the former being very insulted at what Packie's idol said to Gerry's idol. Gerry then gets with his football gang to demand "justice and respect" for Brees.
♥ = character's debut
♠ = character does not speak throughout comic (does not apply to Claude)
♣ = character is mentioned only
♦ = character appear in a speaking/non-speaking cameo only
- Patrick McReary
- Francis McReary
- Gerald McReary
- Derrick McReary ♦
- Kate McReary ♦
- Maureen McReary-Wilson
- Hector Wilson
McReary Siblings' Friends
The Terrific Trio
- Season 8 is ending on seven comics rather than GTA Nerd's preferred eight comics since previous Season 8 comic "Pack To The Future" was long and took up two comic slots in Season 8's book. The same was the case for "Wisconsin's Greatest Hero" from Season 6.
- This comic is tied with Season 2's "Love is What Makes the World Go 'Round" as having the longest title in the series.
- Fifth comic to have Packie's name in the title, and the third from this season alone. ("Patrick McReary: School President", "Packie The Prankster", "Extreme Gamin' Packie", and "Pack To The Future")
- Third appearance of San Salvador's car since "Joyride" and "My Fair Slav-ee".
- Salvador Ventura's first series absence since the Season 6 comic "Francis's Hat", though earlier Season 8 comic "Tales of the Insomniac" could also count since he didn't appear physically; only via a Barker post.
- GOOF: The song "The Adventures of Moon Man and Slim Shady" was released on July 9, 2020, so the comic would had to have been set on that date since Packie says the song is brand new, yet the characters go to school which makes the timeframe of the comic confusing.
- Derrick and Kate have very small roles in the comic and only appear in two scenes; Derrick has three lines, and Kate only has one.
- First comic of the series to use the word "YEET!", used by Gerry.