Everything Else, Volume 1 (2005)

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A collection of all the short toons on, including the then-complete Marzipan's Answering Machine and Teen Girl Squad series.


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Credited cast:
Matt Chapman ...
Homestar Runner / Strong Bad / Strong Mad / Strong Sad / The Cheat / Coach Z / Bubs / The King of Town / Homsar / Additional Voices / Himself (voice)
Melissa Palmer ...
Marzipan (voice) (as Missy Palmer)
Mike Chapman ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marty Beller ...
Himself (as Marty)
Jackie Chapman ...
Baby Lady
Daniel Cubus ...
Lukasz (voice)
Himself (as Flans)
Z. Gillispie ...
The King of Peasantry
Matt Gribbon ...
Dongolev / Mendelev
John Linnell ...
Himself (as Linnell)
Astrid Renee ...
Little Girl
Neil Steinberg ...
Naked Ned
Ryan Sterritt ...


A collection of all the short toons on, including the then-complete Marzipan's Answering Machine and Teen Girl Squad series.

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Everything but the emails.


Animation | Comedy


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Hidden creator's commentary is accessible by hitting the select language button on the DVD control. See more »


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Strong Bad: [on Marzipan's Answering Machine, eating something] Oh, hey, Marzipan. This is that guy, Strong Bad. Um, so I was just reading on my Internet about how tofu is made from little baby seals. Yeah. So like, all this time, you've been eatin', um, little baby seals. So what? I guess you're gonna keel over, at like, any second now at the thought of all these little baby seals running around in your stomach. I mean, that's just gross. Just plain old gross. So in conclusion... you should listen to your ...
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Homestar Rocks
26 June 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

H*R is one of those shows where you can get a clear opinion about something in the first three episodes. That's what I think anyway. I mean, from the first episode on, Strongbad was my favorite character,and Homestar & Strongbad was my favorite pairing. 35 episodes later that still hasn't changed.

H*R is one of those rare shows where you find the dubbers didn't totally screw it all up. They left in most of the violence and fights, and the swears, which you almost never see in dubbed animes.

I never planned to get into it or anything, but my friend told me I'd like it, so I figured "what the hell?" and watched the first episode on YouTube. I was surprised at how good it was, I didn't know what to expect, but I certainly wasn't expecting a lot of action. Don't judge a book by it's cover, I suppose...still, great show!

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