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** "Who is the Guy That Wins All the Contests?" was previously sung by Strong Bad in "Recap/AJumpingJackContest".

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** "Who is Is the Guy That Wins All the Contests?" was previously sung by Strong Bad in "Recap/AJumpingJackContest".


* DiscoDan: At the time this short was released, [=CDs=] and cassettes were standard music formats. The compilation is also available on records and 8-tracks

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* DiscoDan: At the time this short was released, [=CDs=] and cassettes were standard music formats. The compilation is also available on records and 8-tracks8-tracks (although records have enjoyed more prominence in the years following this short's release).


* DiscoDan: The compilation is available on records and 8-tracks, aside from [=CDs=] and cassettes which were standard formats at the time.

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* DiscoDan: At the time this short was released, [=CDs=] and cassettes were standard music formats. The compilation is also available on records and 8-tracks, aside from [=CDs=] and cassettes which were standard formats at the time.8-tracks


* FiveFiveFive: Originally averted with the phone number at the end, 1-800-BAD-SONG. Played straight after the Brothers Chaps changed it to 1-800-555-SBSINGS. The second announcer's different phone number Zig-Zags this: no area code is given and the last two digits are "tooty-two".

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* FiveFiveFive: Originally averted with the phone number at the end, 1-800-BAD-SONG. Played straight after the Brothers Chaps changed it to 1-800-555-SBSINGS. The second announcer's different phone number Zig-Zags this: no area code is given and the last two digits are "tooty-two".


* FiveFiveFive: Originally averted with the phone number at the end, 1-800-BAD-SONG. Played straight after the Brothers Chaps changed it to 1-800-555-SBSINGS. The second announcer's different phone number Zig-Zags this: no area code is given and the last two digits are "tooty-two".



* BlatantLies: The order information on the screen is vastly different than the one the voice-over gives.
* ButWaitTheresMore: Order the compilation and "Strong Mad Forgets the Words To His Favorites" will be thrown in for free as well.



* EleventyZillion: The second announcer says "Tooty-two" when giving the phone number.

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* EleventyZillion: The second announcer says "Tooty-two" "tooty-two" when giving the phone number.


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* NotAvailableInStores: Implied. While not mentioned in the short, the page title says it's "A Web-Only Special Offer".
* OfferVoidInNebraska: If you live in Maine or Arkansas, good luck getting a refund.


* DiscoDan: The compilation is available on records and 8-tracks, aside from CDs and cassettes which were standard formats at the time.

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* DiscoDan: The compilation is available on records and 8-tracks, aside from CDs [=CDs=] and cassettes which were standard formats at the time.

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* DiscoDan: The compilation is available on records and 8-tracks, aside from CDs and cassettes which were standard formats at the time.


* StylisticSuck: Strong Bad's singing.

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* StylisticSuck: Strong Bad's singing.singing.
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'''Airdate:''' 2000

Commercial for a fictional compilation of songs sung by Strong Bad.

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!!Tropes
* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The bluebird that perches on Strong Bad's boxing glove has a belly button which real birds do not have.
* BaitAndSwitch: "You might expect to pay almost a hundred dollars for this rare collection! It's all yours for only one easy installment of $193.75!"
* CallBack:
** "Who is the Guy That Wins All the Contests?" was previously sung by Strong Bad in "Recap/AJumpingJackContest".
** "Everybody Loves a Little Competition" is a paraphrased line from Strong Bad in "The Reddest Radish".
* DreadfulMusician: Strong Bad makes no attempt to match the background music when he sings.
* EleventyZillion: The second announcer says "Tooty-two" when giving the phone number.
* HappyBirthdayToYou: The Cheat plays this during the "Strong Mad Forgets the Words To His Favorites" segment. The DVD version, which was released while "Happy Birthday" was still under copyright, replaced it with "Hot Cross Buns".
* ProductPlacement The CD's, cassettes and 8-tracks each have "corbis.com" typed on them.
* StylisticSuck: Strong Bad's singing.

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