Funny / Homestar Runner

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Specific Characters
  • Pick a Senor Cardgage quote. Any quote.
    Senor Cardgage: I'm sorry, Bridget, but can I steep some identificaption?
  • Homsar's character video, in which the background is upside-down as he speaks.
    Homsar: Hi, Wonder Mike! I'm Homsar, the captain of the gravy train. (hat briefly turns into an engineer's hat) Climb aboard! (hat turns back to normal) I brought my best foot flowered. Pshoo!

Big Toons
  • In Search of the Yello Dello is kinda hit-and-miss, being an early cartoon, but it has some funny moments:
    • When Marzipan wonders why Strong Bad is wearing her oven mitts, he hastily claims "These are my training gloves... probably."
    • The "DVD commentary" is hilarious:
      Homestar: Oh, hello, this is Homestar.
      Strong Sad: And this is Strong Sad.
      Strong Bad: And we're both morons!
      Homestar: No, "and welcome to the King of Town super DVD!"
      Strong Sad: Uh, I think he means "the Yello Dello DVD".
      Strong Bad: No, what I think he means is, "I'm the dumbest guy on the planet. Here's some proof!"
      (the cartoon begins)
    • In response to a particularly Off-Model Homestar, Strong Bad claims "Homestar gained a hundred pounds and shrank two feet for this role." And Homestar agrees with that claim!
    • During the scene where Homestar sits on a rock and ponders a gift for Marzipan:
    • In the commentary, Strong Bad points out that Homestar doesn't have any legs during one scene. This is because he was actually a sophisticated puppet being operated by Strong Sad. And he had to be replaced because... he didn't have any legs.
  • Coach Z's best attempt to pronounce "job"—it comes out as "JYEAROREAROREAYEAROREORB!!!!"
    Strong Bad: (amused as he tries to teach Coach Z to say "job") Yes, this sounds very good. My only recommendation would be, next time, try to add some more syllables. Perhaps three... Perhaps four...
  • From "Where's The Cheat?":
    Homsar: Whuaaaaaa, oh no! You shanked my Jenga ship!
    Strong Sad: I shanked your Jenga ship? We're playing Connect Four.
    Bubs: Hey you guys! Where The Cheat is at?
    Strong Sad: Oh, I don't know. It's just us two.
    Homsar: Uh, hey, Tubs! I just lost my Jenga Jam!
    Bubs: Don't you talk to me. (walks off)
    • Meanwhile, Homestar has made Marzipan a veggie burger with olives for eyes. But Marzipan has found the burger too cute to eat, so she has decided to keep it and name it Homestar Jr. She seems to love it more than she does Homestar. At the end, after Strong Bad's group has found The Cheat in his home in the King of Town's grill...
      Marzipan: (to Strong Bad's group, holding up her veggie burger) Hey, you guys, Homestar Jr.'s talking now!
      Strong Bad: Who?
      Marzipan: He said, "Put that frickin' sandwich down!"
      Homestar: (behind her) No, it was me!
      Marzipan: (to Homestar Jr.) I know it was you, sweetie.
      Homestar: No, me, Homestar Runner!
      Marzipan: You're Homestar Jr., remember?
      Homestar: Will you put that frickin' sandwich down!?
      Marzipan: There, he said it again! I'm so proud of you! Who's the best, Homestar Jr.?
      Homestar: (as Marzipan continues to admire Homestar Jr.) Somebody, can I get some help here? Strong Bad? Would you talk some sense into this woman? King, you wanna eat that sandwich? Somebody eat that sandwich.
  • From "Bug in Mouth Disease", Homestar turns to Bubs for advice regarding a swallowed bug, and Bubs tries to convince Homestar to buy a new pancreas.
    Homestar: (not amused) Bubs, are you some kind of unethical quack?
    Bubs: (brightly) The most quackin'-est!
    • Homestar tries to freeze the bug out of his system by scarfing down Pom Pom and the King of Town's ice cream bars:
      King of Town: No! That stuff's prescription!
      Homestar: (cries) Oh, it deliciously didn't work!
      (Homestar runs off, sobbing, while Pom Pom and the king look on in annoyance)
    • "I just thought you should know that all your underwears somehow individually ended up priced and labeled in an online auction." "Nobody buy the blue ones!"
    • Homestar keeps trying to ask Strong Bad's help, who tells him to buzz off. When Homestar pops behind the couch, Strong Bad gives him an Off Hand Backhand with his frying pan. Homestar's response on waking up? "That was a great skillet-nap!"
    • "The good times are over! I swallowed your computer!" "YOU WHAT?"
    • "Awww... now my head isn't taped to the TV..."
    • "You traitor! You shot my favorite TV show!"
    • "The world is saved! I found the blue ones!"
  • Overly angry Bubs from "Donut Unto Others".
    Bubs: I'm delighted you've decided to set up shop about ten feet away from me!
    Homestar: Yeah, we could be a conglomerate! Like KFC-Taco Bell-Radisson-Texas Instruments-NASA!
    Bubs: YES! That is a REALLY outstanding IDEA!!!
  • From Date Nite.
    • "Ordinarily, I drown my sorrows in video games, but for this, maybe I should drown them in... drowning them!"
      • "Explain to me how drowning them wouldn't ruin their date."
      Homestar: Mainly, I just wanna keep them from making out.
      Strong Bad: Eww! The disgust! It won't wash off!
    • "Mmm, my almond-encrusted Chilean sea marshmallow was just delicious. How was your hot dog?"
    • Strong Bad being an Italian chef... in a French restaurant.
      "Um... s-snails?"
      • And as Marzipan and The Cheat walk away, Strong Bad sheepishly remarks "Yeah... you know, I didn't really research this role." Then his mustache falls off.
    • Homestar and Strong Bad's cardboard box submarine.
    Strong Bad: Verify our range to target! Flood tubes three and four! Hunt for Red October!
  • Homestar Runner Goes For the Gold, released in celebration of Homestar's 20th anniversary, is based on the unfinished second children's book, with Homestar and Strong Bad lampshading all of the Early Installment Weirdness.
    • Strong Bad kicks his brother off his team.
      Tiny Handed Strong Bad: Strong Sad, you are too weak. You must be replaced by... (The Cheat comes onscreen and makes triumphant noises) Dijjery Doo!
      (The Cheat makes a HUH? noise)
      Strong Bad: Who the crap is Dijjery Doo?
      Homestar: I tried to warn ya! I wash my hands of this whole affair!
      Strong Bad: Well, I guess he looks kinda cool. Maybe he'll turn out alright.
      • Dijjery Doo's voice is hilarious. The massive tusks in his mouth really complicate his speech, so whenever he talks, there's this constant crackling noise that sounds like he's chewing on straws. Said tusks also keep falling out.
    • Homestar is excited that the first event is running, only to find out that Pom Pom is taking part and not him.
    Strong Bad: I'm more worried about how this is clearly roller-skating. Is that what they called running in the mid-nineties?
    • After Kid's Book Strong Mad wins the "running" event, Strong Bad points out a typo.
    Strong Bad: Strong Mad gets an early lead, and wins! After the first event, the Strong Stars have lead. That- that's actually what it says. Here, take a look. Ooh, or maybe it was supposed to be "Have lead!" (Tiny Handed Strong Bad is then equipped with a gun, Dijjery Doo gets a giant pencil, and Story Book Strong Mad is carrying a Russian satellite)
    • Homestar Runner wins the swimming contest by using a submarine while Strong Sad has... a fish strapped to the back of his head. Strong Bad is less than amused, and the referee Calvinballs it by saying Rule #1 is that Homestar gets a bathyscaphe-style sub, and Rule #2 is that Strong Bad gets a fish crammed through his skull.
    • Strong Sad becomes Strong Glad after Homestar enters him into the race. Strong "Glad"'s happy voice is hilarious onto himself.
      Strong Sad: I'm glad that I'm flying! (Both his legs pop off and are replaced by long, shapely women's legs) Woo hoo!
      Tiny Handed Strong Bad: Ewwww!
      The Homestar Runner: Umm... no. Just no.
      Kid's Book Coach Z: I am into this!
      Kid's Book Bubs: I don't like it! And I am now in this book.
      (Cut to the cover of the book, where a sticker reading "Now 100% More Bubs!" appears)
    • The Cheat gets replaced by "the sneak" later in the story, and it's one of the few times you can hear exactly what he's saying: "What the crap?!"
    • Dijjery Do's last-ditch attempt to sabotage Strong Sad. He pulls out a missile, but fumbles with it, losing a tusk in the process and impaling Strong Bad's head with it. He then falls onto Strong Bad while still holding the armed missile, which explodes and blows both of them up.
    Strong Bad: Uh, yeah. You think? Sure you didn't want to use more adjectives there? Like "catastrophically head-chunkularly" backfired, maybe?
  • The Cheat Commandos toon "2 Part Episode: Part 1": After Flashfight makes a personal appearance to fire him and a few of the other Cheat Commandos, Gunhaver decides they'll start their own elite fighting force, and they're immediately shown working in a restaurant for Reynold's brother. Finally, Gunhaver decides that he can't stand that and decides they'll start their own restaurant.
    [Gilligan Cut]
    Cheat Commandos Chorus: Kitchen Commandos — a really ba-ad idea! IT CLOSED DOWN AFTER THREE MOOONTHS!

Short Toons
  • Senor Mortgage...hoo boy. Guess who the main character is in this toon?
    Senor Cardgage: Act now, and see if you can stand to talk to me for more than four seconds.
  • From Drive-Thru:
    Drive-Thru Whale: Nine-seventeen, sever your leg please sir.
    Strong Bad: Could you repeat that? I thought you just asked me to sever my leg.
    Drive-Thru Whale: Sever your leg please. It's the greatest day.
    Strong Bad: 'Sever my leg'? 'It's the greatest day'? I'm not sure I understand the transaction that's taking place here...
    • And:
    Strong Bad: My The Cheat wants to know what your crappy toy is this week.
    Drive-Thru Whale: It's brown.
    Strong Bad: (to The Cheat) It's brown.
    The Cheat: (starts sobbing)
    Strong Bad: (condescendingly) Well I guess they're out of blue ones!
  • Coach Z dressed as Drive-Thru Whale in Blubb-O's Commercial:
    Coach Z': Hey dere, kids! I'm the Drive-Thru Whale! I'LL CHOP OFF YER LEGS!!
    Strong Sad: Sometimes it seems like you're trying to go to prison, Coach Z.
    Coach Z: Hey, three square meals a day!
  • You're going have to share a bathroom / with some kid from Alabama that kinda sucks. / The financial aid office is closed on Tuesdays. / And steer clear of the beef stroganoff in the dining hall!
  • 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'!"

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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  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 takes prank-calling lessons from Strong Bad. Hilarity Ensues as Homestar tries to come up with a good prank-calling nickname.
    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. It's one of the most quotable speeches he's ever given, and the comedic timing is perfect.
    Strong Bad: Marzipan, look: this is Goatface. I have a goat for a face. Like, not that I have a goat's head for a face, or that my head is a goat's head — like, my face is an entire goat. So, anyways, I was calling you ups 'cause I wanted to join your Goatface Club! Since you've got quite a goat face yourself, I figured you'd be the go-to guy, or gal. It's hard to tell with that goat face of yours. Anyways, my number is {imitates a goat} eeeeeh-uhhh! So gimme a call back! We can compare goat faces, though I can't imagine... that yours... your- is- pret-... you're ugly... Marzipan. This is Strong Bad, and you're ugly.
  • In one short, Strong Bad imitates the King of Town. The KOT get back at him by impersonating Strong Bad. Props to Matt for being able to imitate his characters imitating one another.
  • After her answering machine fills up from going almost 8 years without being checked, everyone is treated to 20 minutes of missed calls including:
    • Coach Z being arrested and losing his case because Marzipan repeatedly missed his messages to get him the evidence to clear his name.
    • Members of the band Sloshy literally phoning in their roles for a compilation album with Cool Tapes.
    • Homestar repeatedly calling to praise technology which would almost immediately become forgotten to time (Google Glasses, the Ouya, etc).
    • Strong Bad's Everybody to the Limit anniversary sequel song.
    • Strong Sad trying to reinvent himself, giving up on it after one day, going back to a prior reinvention and eventually ending up in the same prison as Coach Z.
    • Homsar learning that he can speak coherently as long as he's communicating over a phone.
    • Limozeen being offended that Cool Tapes are doing a collaboration with Sloshy rather than helping with their revival four (which includes a remix that goes to the exact same tune as Strong Bad's Everybody to the Limit 2 song).

Holiday Cartoons
  • In "The House That Gave Sucky Treats":
    The King of Town: (dressed as Hägar the Horrible) Trick-or-Treat! I'm horrible!
    Strong Bad: You got that right!
    • Any of the treats you give Strong Bad (dressed as Carmen Sandiego).
      • If you give him a fun size Butterfinger:
      "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:
    • 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!? Why don't you go back to the China Express and get them to fill that thing up with teriyaki chicken? Then we'll go over to Spencer's Gifts."
    • From 2005, 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".
    • 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...
    • In the 2007 edition, Homestar somehow mistakes a costume of the Yello Dello for one of Marzipan.
      Strong Bad: Yeah, you wish Marzipan had legs like that! Or... legs.
    • Strong Bad's reaction to a rather attractive woman wearing a "The Pizz" uniform (from the SBEmail "pizza joint") in 2007.
    • In 2009, someone is dressed as The Ugly One — or rather, someone has a cardboard box over them with a drawing of The Ugly One on it.
      Strong Bad: (singing softly) This one doesn't count. This one doesn't count. This one doesn't count as a costume.
    • 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!
    • The 2016 edition has Strong Bad ragging on a guy dressed as Anonymous Contributor from the SBEmail "rock opera" ("When I have to look up your costume on the Homestar wiki, that is probably a little too obscure!"), complaining he won't be able to sleep for weeks after seeing Modestly Hot Homsar followed by a sloppy Japanese Culture Greg costume ("And now I'll just apply this looking-through-filthy-swamp-water filter to my selfie, and send it on to Strong Bad!"), and having a breakdown after seeing one too many bad Homestar costumes with sloppily-made stars-on-red-T-shirts ("DRAW A FREAKIN' STAR! JUST DRAW A STAR! IT'S LIKE THE EASIEST SHAPE TO DRAW, MAN!").
  • This exchange in "Which Ween Costumes?":
    Strong Bad: Uhh, why does this feel... weird?
    Homestar: What are you talking about? We stand around in the snow in Decemberween costumes every year. It's our thing. It's what we do.
    Strong Bad: Are you sure? I think we may have gotten our... weens crossed...
  • The entirety of "A Mother's Day Message", where the Homestar characters force Strong Bad to give this kind of message after losing a bet (and wear a cute little boy's sailor suit while doing it):
    Homestar: Go on...
    Strong Bad: (clears throat; mumbling) Happy Mother's Day.
    Homestar: Whaaaaat?
    Strong Bad: (slightly louder, but still low) Happy Mother's Day.
    Homestar: (singsong voice) We can't hear you!
    Strong Bad: (exploding) HAPPY FREAKIN' MOTHER'S DAY!!!!!!
    (Homestar and the other characters all laugh at Strong Bad.)
    Strong Bad: (walks off, dejectedly) Aw, man, that's the last time I play you guys in cards. You guys are freakin' ruthless, man! I'm outta here. More like, Crappy Mother's Day, if you ask me. 'Cause it's been pretty crappy so far. I'm not even a mother.
  • This April Fools Day prank. Special mention goes out to this quick short featured herein, featuring Homestar, Strong Bad and The Cheat:
    Strong Bad: (The Cheat is holding a remote control) All right, The Cheat, let 'er rip!
    (The Cheat presses a button on the remote control, opening up a trap door under Homestar's feet. He falls through, but only a few feet, after which he stops.)
    Homestar: Ooh, that was fun! (starts dancing)
    Strong Bad: The Cheat, I thought we were opting for a bottomless pit, not a two-foot pit!
    The Cheat: (protesting The Cheat noises)
    (Cut to the basement, where Strong Mad is sitting on the couch. It turns out that Homestar had landed on his head.)
    Strong Mad: (as Homestar dances on his head) I HAVE A FUNNY HAT!!
  • And yet another April Fools Day prank.
    Stinko Man: Hey, Stickly Man! Whaaaat are you doing?
  • After years of almost nothing following the release of "A Decemberween Mackerel" and "Which 'Ween Costumes?" in 2010, April Fools' Day 2014 saw... well, this.
    Homestar Runner: "How come you stopped updating the best feature on your website?" And to that I answer: You mean how come I stopped updating the Hairstyle Runner gallery back in the year 2000? I don't know! Let's go update it right now, Joshy!
    • Homestar laughing way too hard at a picture of himself with "P." on his face. "Who puts a period after the letter P?"
    • The "Colorarization" version of Old-Timey Homestar, which paints everything in ugly, fuzzy pastel colors... except for Sickly Sam, who instead gets a pair of hairy flesh-and-blood legs to replace his skeletal ones.
      Sickly Sam: Am I up with the times?
      The Homestar Runner: Sorry, Sickly Sam, you're an affront to God and man!
    • The new words for Homestar Talker:
      Homestar Runner: Kitchenette! Strong Bad! Is! Making! Draconian! Marshmallow! Poink!
      Strong Bad: Draconian marshmallow poink?! Oh, that is it! I'm going to appear on screen! Now.
      Homestar Runner: Alright!
    • Strong Bad decides to update his most popular feature: "strongbad_eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee_windows98desktoptheme!" Made even funnier by the Unexplained Recovery of the Compy 386.
      Strong Bad: Welcome to Windows 98. Why are you still using Windows 98?! What is wrong with you?! Stop buying computers from thrift stores, man!!
  • The 2014 Halloween cartoon "I Killed Pom Pom!" is a darkly hilarious farce that revolves around Homestar mistakenly believing he killed Pom Pom. Hilarity Ensues when Strong Bad eggs him on:
    • Homestar tries to establish an alibi claiming he was at the King of Town's castle, only for the King to pin the consumption of a pile of whatsit on Homestar.
    Homestar: Oh, crap. Literal crap.
    • Homestar tries to get stuff from Bubs to hide his evidence, and ends up wildly Acting Unnatural before blubbering his confession. Bubs and Coach Z chuckle and say they've been in situations they've had to Make It Look Like an Accident after their murders.
    • Marzipan, dressed as Tom Servo, asks Strong Sad if he wants to riff some bad movies.
    • Strong Sad actually glued his eyes shut to make his Pale Man cosplay as authentic as possible.
    • And in the end, Homestar accidentally does kill Pom Pom.
      Everyone: YOU KILLED POM POM!
      Homestar: Well, duh.
    • During the costume roundup at the end, Strong Sad pokes fun at Homestar's way of pronouncing murder, which sounds similar to Mordor. It culminates with Homestar getting caught in a Tongue Twisternote , before hacking up some marbles and finishing the Twister with Matt Chapman's original voice. The last part properly spooks Strong Sad.
  • From "Fall Float Parade", we have Bubs' float:
    Coach Z: Yes, good old my favorite type o' guy who I'm just all the time hangin' around and doin' stuff with, Bubs!
    (cut to Bubs on a giant float with the words "COACH Z, YOU JERK" written on a model rainbow, next to a model of Coach Z's head with a no symbol over it with a "Happy Thanksgiving!!" banner hanging on the float)
    Bubs: (through a megaphone for the duration of this scene) Coach Z, you jerk!
    Marzipan: (shocked, slightly sympathetic) Ohhh.
    Bubs: Coach Z... you jerk!
    Coach Z: Oh, I see then...
    Bubs: Coach Z...
    Coach Z: That's very...
    Bubs: (more emphasis) you jerk!
    Coach Z: Overt.
    • And then later, when we see Strong Mad's float, which is actually Strong Mad absconding off with Bubs' Concession Stand:
  • The 2015 Halloween cartoon "The House That Gave Sucky Tricks" is a veritable tour-de-force of Faux Horrific situations:
    • Homestar's terrible haunted house, with a tennis racked decorated to look like a monster and "scary shoes".
    • The horrible painting of "somebody's dad"
    Homestar: Why is he wearing cycling gear?! He's not even that serious about riding!
    • Strong Bad riffing on real-life Room Escape Game attractions, all in an attempt to trick Strong Sad into sticking his hand into a dirty toilet. "Touch the freakin' poop!"
    • "The more subtle horror of... two-star bed and breakfast!"
    • Strong Bad trying to make "Large Bean" "the new face of terror".
    • "From the makers of Hot Jones and Hot Pooey comes the Strong Mad Oyster Smoothie Breath Caked Armpit Latte! Oh my sweet Jennifer, there's no coming back from this one..."
  • For April Fools' Day 2016, they released a new Marizpan's Answering Machine... one that had a backlog of about seven years, leading to nearly half an hour of messages from assorted characters. Highlights include:
    • Coach Z going to jail for some reason, and Bubs having to defend him in court.
    • Homestar gushing about then-new Internet fads like emojis, planking, and the Ouya.
    • The Poopsmith breaking his vow of silence again to wonder if he should find something else to smith besides poop.
    • The King of Town wondering if Marzipan really is his daughter.
      • The fact that The King of Town's one message isn't about food, save for him claiming "I've had my DNA surgically replaced with MSG!"
    • Strong Bad providing an assortment of prank calls, including posing as Marzipan's acupuncturist, trying to get her to sew a llama's head onto her body, and pretending to be a new girl character named "Sharpdene". He also contemplates doing a half-assed follow-up to "Everybody to the Limit" called "Let's Fhqwhgads Again".
      • Shortly after the last one, the Visor Robot calls and tells Marzipan to stop Strong Bad from making "Let's Fhqwhgads Again".
      • Later still, Larry Palaroncini of Limozeen announces he's doing a follow up to their song "Nite Mamas" called "Let's Nite Mamas Again".
    • Strong Sad tries to reinvent himself by talking with a lisp, then decides to try wearing jodhpurs again. This somehow lands him in prison.
      Strong Sad: (distressed) The jodhpurs did not work out! They did not work out! Why, jodhpurs? Why'd you do that to me, jodhpurs? How could you do this to me, jodhpurs?!
    • Homsar calls because he can speak normally on the phone, if it's not a Tear Jerker.
    • Strong Bad imitates an automated call from a hospital trying to make it seem like Marzipan is being diagnosed with a disease.
    Strong Bad: Greetings, Marzipan. This is an automated call from...Grody Lab Results Incorporated. Your test results are...negative.
    Strong Sad: Negative is good when you're talking about lab results!
    Strong Bad: Wait, what? Oh! Your test results are...positive. Are you sure!? It sounds like I'm giving her good news!
    Strong Sad: I don't want to be parry to this!
    Strong Bad: They should be less confusing! Your test results are...terrible, and you're dying, or possibly already dead by the time you get this. If you want us to perform experimental surgery on you, and like, sew a llama head onto your existing head, please call back during regular putting llama heads on people hours, and we will schedule an appointment. This prank call has not been my finest execution. Thank you, and have a nice day.
    • After about 40 or so messages, the sheer volume of them causes Marzipan's answering machine to explode... with the side effect of causing Strong Bad's attempt at the ultimate prank call to literally blow up in his face, which was Marzipan's plan all along.
  • The 2016 Halloween cartoon Later That Night... largely focuses on the costume round-up, but we do get a few amusing glimpses at Homestar and company's "hilarious Halloween adventure" and a few more during an extended Easter egg:
    • Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and the Cheat visited Senor Cardgage for trick-or-treating. He offered them a whole grocery bag of melty candy bars and threatened to call the cops.
      Senor Cardgage: Hot zervy, Colingula. I've been Kuwaiting for you all nice!
    • Strong Sad, the King of Town, and the Poopsmith went ghost-hunting with Sharpdene (who's really Strong Bad with a coat rack wearing a wig and shades taped to his back). Her ghost-hunting credentials consist of the fact that her dad once met Steven Seagal at a China Buffet. ("Color me genuinely impressed!")
    • Coach Z and Bubs met a creepy Marshie the Marshmallow mascot who was handing out samples of "pumpkin-spice-latte-flavored-banana-bread flavored Malloweens"... and also attempting to consume Homestar.
      Homestar: Hey, Coach Z. Please rescue me so I don't die in here!
    • "And who could forget the delightful wedding of the Goblin and the Jibblies painting?" (What makes it funnier is that Rocoulm previously said the Goblin is seriously messed up.)
      Rocoulm: He accepts me for who I am!
    • Then there's Homestar dressed as Mr. B Natural, shocking everyone when he turns into a musical note. Strong Bad gets a collective Gasp as well when he sprouts an extra mouth as No-Face. Bonus points for Strong Bad giving Joel's response when "Mr. B" says "Knew your father I did!"note 
    • Strong Sad is dressed as the girl from UTZ potato chipsnote , and rattles off a Long List of alternative female food mascots he'd considered, such as "the Morton Salt girl, the Sunbeam bread girl, Wendy, the enigmatic and reclusive Sara Lee, and Little Debbie." Then his paunch spontaneously grows bigger.
      Strong Sad: Hey, I gained fifteen pounds just from saying those names!

  • The first time video
    Homestar Runner: Oh, hello. Welcome to!
    Director: It's "dot com".
    Homestar Runner: Oh, right.—it's dot com!
  • Homestar: Okay, this time I'm totally gonna get it. Seriously you guys.
    Director: ...go ahead, we're rolling.
    Homestar: Oh! I am Homestar, and This is A Website!
  • Homestar: Oh, hello! I'm Homestar Runner! (long pause) Isn't that great?
    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) should really get to bed."
  • One of the old intro decision pages has one... awkward button placement for "come on in".
  • This intro for Wil Wheaton (or, as Strong Bad calls him, "Hwil Hweaton") at W00tstock 5.0
    Strong Bad: This one isn't a rule so much as it is a question: can anybody explain Homestuck to me?
  • Grunkle Stan & Strong Bad finally confess their feelings.
  • Strong Bad butchering another classic children's book while reading it... for charity:
    Narrator: And now, Strong Bad—
    Strong Bad: {interrupting, quickly} —butchers the—
    Narrator: Classics.

    Strong Bad: "Rob Morrow to you", said the Ocelot. "You must find a husband by sunrise, or Doom 2 bad guys will come out of my ears!" (Strong Bad makes roars and explosion noises)
    • The kicker at the end being Strong Sad coming out of nowhere after having his wisdom teeth removed, still loopy on anesthetic.
      Strong Sad: You can't brother me down, Mrs. Strong Fast! I favorited you on my Facebroach.
  • On Strong Bad's Twitter, this video was posted to celebrate Homestar Runner's twentieth anniversary... or more accurately, to make fun of fans saying that the Homestar Runner franchise turning twenty made them "feel old".
  • This "Halloween edition" of Joystick Wagglin' with Videlectrix, a parody of mediocre Let's Play videos in which the Videlectrix guys play Haunted House for the Atari 2600.