It's the loading screen! It's the loading screen! I can't believe this cartoon is just all the loading screens!
The easter egg at the end of 79 Seconds Left: "This composition book belongs to...The LEG— Aw, crap! Homestar was right. This just spells 'Leg'!"
Marzipan's Answering Machine
When Homestar regrets a message he sent to Marzipan's Answering Machine, he tries to get rid of it by saying it backwards.note don't bother trying to play it forwards, though: it's gibberish either way When Pom Pom "tells" him this doesn't work, Homestar replaces the tape with one containing fake messages. Needless to say, the impressions he does of Marzipan, Strong Bad, Coach Z, himself, and Strong Sad are hilariously terrible.
Homestar: Oh, hello, Marzipan, this is Sugarface. (softly) Okay, now what? Strong Bad: Well, step three is to continue the prank in a direction determined by your identity, but, uh, you're on your own with Sugarface. Homestar: Okay. (louder) I am a pretend guy that... comes around... and... (suddenly starts singing) and gets run over by a lawnmower blade! Strong Bad: What? Homestar: I chose to end in song! Strong Bad: Oh, boy... Remember how I said this is a six-week course? Homestar: Yeah, I'm excited! Strong Bad: Yeah, it turns out it's cancelled. Homestar: Aw, man! Strong Bad: Yeah, it's a shame. Homestar: Oh well. It's still the second-best 500 bucks I ever spent.
Another one was when Strong Mad was trying to do a prank phone call via answering machine, with Strong Bad yelling in the background about how "Is your refrigerator running?" doesn't work on an answering machine.
In one Answering Machine Strong Bad, sounding disinterested, prank-calls Marzipan pretending to be "Goat-Face" before giving up and just calling her ugly.
"Oh, a 'fun size' candy bar? Tell me this: what's fun about eating less candy? Maybe if you gave me an entire bag of them it would be fun. The only fun I'm going to have with this thing is smearing it all over your door when I leave." (does so)
If you give him a marshmallow bunny:
"Why you lazy crap for crap! All you've got is old freakin' Easter candy? This thing's rock hard, man! Well, you just made it onto my 'People I gotta egg today' list." (shows off that list)
And if you give him an apple:
"What is this crap? What are you, a dentist? Or a hippie? Or some kind of hippie dentist?"
Any of the treats Marzipan (dressed as Joey Ramone) is given:
If you give her some candy corn:
"Candy corn? Do you have any real corn? Or Indian corn?"
If you give her some rice cakes:
"Hey, rice cakes! I like to eat these without water."
But the best is if you give her a steak (she's a Granola Girl):
"Is this some kind of a joke? It's not funny."
What is particularly funny is that while she is talking, Strong Bad is sneaking several more steaks into her bag.
"Homestar Presents: Presents" has Homestar's reaction to realizing he forgot to do his holiday shopping until 10 PM on the night of the holiday in question, which is basically to shout "Oh crap!" for various reasons, culminating in an Offscreen Crash followed by a deadpan "Oh crap, I fell down the stairs."
"Senorial Day", a parody of ads for Memorial Day car dealership sales with dueling Kitschy Local Commercials for "The Senorial Day Tent Event Suprasale" and "Bubsotathon".
Senor Cardgage: Gamble around the campfire, children! It's Senor Cardgage with the Senorial Day... Tent Thing that guy talked about.
Pretty much all of the Halloween Fan Costume commentaries, but especially Strong Bad's song during the montage of bad Homestar costumes in the 2009 edition.
Oh, a red t-shirt and taped-on star Has anybody told you how terrible you are? Some white face-paint, or maybe none at all Just standin' around in your front hall!
Strong Bad's reaction to a rather poorly-done Trogdor costume in the 2005 edition.
"I said 'S and more different S', not 'Seven or... more different... crescent wrench'. And is that limp pantyhose worm supposed to be a beefy arm!?"
This exchange from 2006:
Strong Bad: (Looking at a guy in a Homestar costume, whose face can be seen inside the papier-mâché Homestar mask, next to a guy in a Mario costume.) Guess a little chicken wire and papier-mâché... goes not a very long, long way. Wait a minute, Homestar, who's that in your mouth? Did you eat Luigi?!
Homestar: Yes, Strong Bad, I ate Luigi. He tasted like mushrooms...
Strong Bad being horrified and confused over finding a woman in a Homestar costume hot.
Strong Bad: Ha-a, dar dar dar dar DA-A!! So confused... what to think?? Hot Homestar?!? My brain is splitting in half!
Homestar: Oh, hey Strong Bad!
Strong Bad: Daa! You get outta here!
Homestar: Whoa, you sound tense. Do you want me to give you, like, a back rub or anything?
Strong Bad: Uh... yes! NO! I... don't know! Next picture, next picture!!
Homestar: I think this is the last one, sweetie.
Strong Bad: (screams, which recedes in volume as though he is running away)
Homestar: I should probably stop calling everyone "sweetie".
Strong Bad's reaction to a rather attractive woman wearing a "The Pizz" (from the Pizza e-mail) costume.
Strong Bad: Oh, I can't take it anymore! (knocks Homestar aside; sarcastically imitating Homestar) Hello, and welcome to I'm-A-Big-Moron-Who-Can't-Remember-His-Lines-dot-com! (calmer) No, seriously. I'm Strong Bad, and you don't know it yet, but I'm the reason you're here.
Homestar:(leans in) It's true.
Strong Bad: Check me out! No, seriously, check me out.
Before they were discontinued in 2008, if you bought something from the store, you were given a thank-you message from one of the characters. They were also time-oriented, so depending on what time of day something was bought, you'd get a message that corresponded. If you bought something from midnight to 5 AM, Homestar would come out in his pajamas and say...
"(yawn) Oh...hi there. We appreciate you buying stuff from us and everything, but um...(yawn)...you should really get to bed."