History Fridge / HomestarRunner

27th Mar '16 9:05:15 AM MacronNotes
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* The [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad email]] [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail80.html stunt double]] ends with an advertisement for ''Dangeresque 3'' "[[ThreeDMovie in 3D!]]", complete with off-center red and blue outlines. Five years later, once everybody had forgotten about this one-off gag, ''Dangeresque 3'' was actually released as [[EpisodicGame a part]] of ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' - in polygonal 3D. --{{Tropers/YellowYoshi398}}

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* The [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Strong Bad email]] [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail80.html stunt double]] ends with an advertisement for ''Dangeresque 3'' "[[ThreeDMovie in 3D!]]", "in 3D!", complete with off-center red and blue outlines. Five years later, once everybody had forgotten about this one-off gag, ''Dangeresque 3'' was actually released as [[EpisodicGame a part]] of ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'' - in polygonal 3D. --{{Tropers/YellowYoshi398}}
12th May '15 10:11:27 AM MathematicalVoid
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* In sbemail206, we get a trailer for ''Dangeresque 4 / 2 = 6'', in which there are two Dangeresques and two Dangeresque Toos. What does that have to do with six? Two Dangeresques (1 + 1) + two Dangeresque Toos (2 + 2) = 1 + 1 + 2 + 2. That equals 2 + 4. But that equals...
9th Apr '15 7:30:18 AM OmegalphaAI
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* Ever notice how the clips from Dangeresque 2 in the email 'stunt double' have an actual instrumental soundtrack, while Dangeresque 1 only has 'doot-doos' sung by Strong Bad (save for the credits theme)? That's because Dangeresque 2 is the ''sequel''! Of course it would be improved compared to Dangeresque 1! Dangeresque 3 continues the trend with its soundtrack, having only one scene near the end contain the classic 'doot-doos.'
27th Dec '14 12:30:02 AM MJTrooper
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* How did Pom Pom come back after getting killed? He previously got a 1-Up by beating the crap out of Strong Bad in the ''Strong Bad Email'' "pom pom".
27th Dec '14 12:24:18 AM MJTrooper
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* Why did Bubs resort to violence to get Strong Bad to take back his story of [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail177.html "Orginal Bubs"]]? Because, as Strong Bad himself later confirmed, Strong Bad is a reality warper who's stories and ideas become real at random and Bubs didn't want to be replaced by Strong Bad stupid replaced actor parody. And it's a good thing he did, parts of that story that weren't shot down became real from there being several Kings of Town to Onion Bubs.

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* Why did Bubs resort to violence to get Strong Bad to take back his story of [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail177.html "Orginal Bubs"]]? Because, as Strong Bad himself later confirmed, Strong Bad is a reality warper who's whose stories and ideas become real at random random, and Bubs didn't want to be replaced by Strong Bad stupid replaced actor parody. And it's a good thing he did, parts of that story that weren't shot down became real real, from there being several Kings of Town to Onion Bubs.Bubs.


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6th Oct '14 5:06:47 AM Euan2000
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* Why did Bubs resort to violence to get Strong Bad to take back his story of [[http://www.homestarrunner.com/sbemail177.html "Orginal Bubs"]]? Because, as Strong Bad himself later confirmed, Strong Bad is a reality warper who's stories and ideas become real at random and Bubs didn't want to be replaced by Strong Bad stupid replaced actor parody. And it's a good thing he did, parts of that story that weren't shot down became real from there being several Kings of Town to Onion Bubs.
8th Apr '14 11:10:39 AM Inkerius
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* In ''A Death-Defying Decemberween'', there's this hot drink that two of the characters are seen drinking called Hot Jones. At first, it looks like a cup of hot milk with what look like red sprinkles floating in it. Then, somehow, some time later, you'll find out that "jones" refers to a now-rare slang for heroin. Whether that's a coïncidence is up to you.

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* In ''A Death-Defying Decemberween'', there's this hot drink that two of the characters are seen drinking called Hot Jones. At first, it looks like a cup of hot milk with what look like red sprinkles floating in it. Then, somehow, some time later, you'll find out that "jones" refers to a now-rare slang for heroin. Whether that's a coïncidence coincidence is up to you.
10th Feb '14 8:04:03 AM PPPSSC
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** While Strong Mad is TheBrute, Strong Bad is ''tiny''. Strong Sad, who is of average height and heavy, could more than likely physically overpower him if he tried. The fact that he doesn't is a FridgeHorror moment itself. He's either so thoroughly cowed by Strong Bad or so genuinely despairing (or both) that he doesn't even try to fight back.
14th Jan '14 7:52:00 PM saffronpanther
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** An offhand gag in one of the Hremails shows Strong Bad walking around in what appears to be Strong Sad's severed feet, which brings disturbing implications if not for NegativeContinuity. It's made all the more disturbing by the squishy noises they make with each step and that he refers to them as "foot pelts".

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** An offhand gag in one of the Hremails shows Strong Bad walking around in what appears to be Strong Sad's severed feet, which brings disturbing implications if not for NegativeContinuity. It's made all the more disturbing by the squishy noises they make with each step and that he refers to them as "foot pelts".pelts".
* Just what exactly was that evidence Bubs was burning in "Bug in Mouth Disease"?
14th Jan '14 7:38:35 PM saffronpanther
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* If you really think about it, Strong Bad really is a VillainProtagonist when his abuse of Strong Sad is taken into consideration. Strong Bad has repeatedly referenced his fondness at the prospect of Strong Sad dying in some ways. Strong Sad naturally shows signs of depression, which only makes it sadder when he expresses a desire to die. Really, Strong Sad's situation is full of FridgeHorror when one sees that he's willing to remain in the same household as a {{Jerkass}} that [[MoralEventHorizon once tried to drown him in a pool by encasing his body in concrete]]. Unless NegativeContinuity comes into effect, and even then...

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* If you really think about it, Strong Bad really is a VillainProtagonist when his abuse of Strong Sad is taken into consideration. Strong Bad has repeatedly referenced his fondness at the prospect of Strong Sad dying in some ways. Strong Sad naturally shows signs of depression, which only makes it sadder when he expresses a desire to die. Really, Strong Sad's situation is full of FridgeHorror when one sees that he's willing to remain in the same household as a {{Jerkass}} that [[MoralEventHorizon once tried to drown him in a pool by encasing his body in concrete]]. Unless NegativeContinuity comes into effect, and even then...then, it's still a definite case of DudeNotFunny



** Even more disturbing: in "A Decemberween Mackerel", Homestar Runner and Marzipan are shown singing carols to Strong Sad who is once again chained up in a filled bathtub (presumably again by Strong Bad). Strong Sad shrugs off the inevitable hypothermia as something he's accustomed to, and neither Homestar nor Marzipan do anything to help him out aside from singing carols to "cheer him up".

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** Even more disturbing: in "A Decemberween Mackerel", Homestar Runner and Marzipan are shown singing carols to Strong Sad who is once again chained up in a filled bathtub (presumably again by Strong Bad). Strong Sad shrugs off the inevitable hypothermia as something he's accustomed to, and neither Homestar nor Marzipan do anything to help him out aside from singing carols to "cheer him up".up".
** An offhand gag in one of the Hremails shows Strong Bad walking around in what appears to be Strong Sad's severed feet, which brings disturbing implications if not for NegativeContinuity. It's made all the more disturbing by the squishy noises they make with each step and that he refers to them as "foot pelts".
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