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Strongbad_email.exe (2004)

Unrated | | Animation, Comedy | Video 9 November 2004
A collection of the first hundred episodes in the Strong Bad Email cartoon series on homestarrunner.com, including three previously unreleased episodes.

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A collection of the first hundred episodes in the Strong Bad Email cartoon series on homestarrunner.com, including three previously unreleased episodes.

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The first hundred strong bad emails

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Animation | Comedy

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Unrated

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Trivia

Homsar was originally created only for the second e-mail, but then Matt and Mike decided to keep him around. See more »

Goofs

In E-mail 41, "Invisibility", when Strong Bad knocks the Tandy 400 off the desk, a piece of Strong Bad's reflection from the computer screen can be seen on the wall. See more »

Quotes

Coach Z: [noticing that Strong Bad has phony fingers on his boxing gloves] Looks like you got some type of a prawn on there...
Strong Bad: Yeah...
Coach Z: Maybe a little leg...
Strong Bad: Yup.
Coach Z: Ooh, and a candle! That's a good one.
Strong Bad: Yeah, I think that's my best one. You know, keeps-a me warm at night.
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References Jumpman (1983) See more »

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Different Town
Music and Lyrics by They Might Be Giants
Performed by Matt Chapman (as Strong Bad)
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Easily the freaking awesomest DVD of all time.
16 April 2005 | by (Middle of Nowhere, CT) – See all my reviews

Every internet geek should be familiar with the genius of the Brothers Chaps and their Homestar Runner cartoons, which first became popular with the release of the Strong Bad Emails in 2002. This DVD collection features the first hundred installments of the usually-weekly short, plus audio commentaries, mockumentaries, puppet stuff, music videos, and more. Matt Chapman proves himself to be quite possible the most talented voice actor since Mel Blanc, and both Mike and Matt show their writing talent, with subtly clever satires on everything from music, to movies, to television, to video games, and most importantly, the Internet, and the Eighties.

Most of the easter eggs from the site are accessible on the DVD, and some new ones have also been included. All in all, this belongs in every Homestar fan's collection, and I hope we don't have to wait too long before the next batch of emails on DVD, or perhaps some of the other cartoons. (I think "Where's the Cheat" deserves to be on DVD, as well as the Marzipan Answering Machines.) It is now my intention to play video games for several hours.


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