History Fridge / HomestarRunner

16th May '17 3:04:19 PM ninjamitsuki2
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** Most likely it was something involving organ trafficking: he claims to have "a fresh pancreas" for Homestar in the cooler marked "Exhibit B", and in episode 2 of ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', you need Strong Bad to sell Strong Sad's pretendix on the black market (run by Bubs, of course) in order to get a PlotCoupon.

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** Most likely it was something involving organ trafficking: he claims to have "a fresh pancreas" for Homestar in the cooler marked "Exhibit B", and in episode 2 of ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', you need Strong Bad to sell Strong Sad's pretendix on the black market (run by Bubs, of course) in order to get a PlotCoupon.PlotCoupon.
* In the unfinished toon ''Those Darn Cousins'', the titular cousins refer to Homestar as ''uncle'' Homestar. [[{{Squick}} Homestar must have really loved his aunt...]]
25th Apr '17 11:32:09 AM MathematicalVoid
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* In [[Recap/StrongBadEmailE84KidsBook sbemail84]], Strong Bad says that Southern accents are hot. In Marzipan's Answering Machine 17, he calls Marzipan as "Sharpdene," the "new girl," who has a Southern accent.
25th Jan '17 5:36:13 AM Andyroid
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* Just what exactly was that evidence Bubs was burning in "Bug in Mouth Disease"?

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* Just what exactly was that evidence Bubs was burning in "Bug in Mouth Disease"?Disease"?
** Most likely it was something involving organ trafficking: he claims to have "a fresh pancreas" for Homestar in the cooler marked "Exhibit B", and in episode 2 of ''VideoGame/StrongBadsCoolGameForAttractivePeople'', you need Strong Bad to sell Strong Sad's pretendix on the black market (run by Bubs, of course) in order to get a PlotCoupon.
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.
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