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Alcoholic beverages often find their way into conversations, households, hands, and yes, even mouths in the Homestar Runner body of work.



Strong Bad Email

  • making out — In order to get the sender's boyfriend to make out with her, Strong Bad proposes lighting "a few candles and maybe having a glass of wine".
  • theme party — Strong Bad suggests getting "a couple of kegs of cheap cold ones" for the party. Also, one of the Easter eggs features a "Spring Drink'n Formal 2002" T-shirt with a picture of a bear wearing sunglasses, holding a beer mug, along with Calvin, who appears to be passed out.
  • dangeresque 3 — Strong Bad asks the viewer not to throw "full wine bottles" at the screen.
  • time capsule — An Easter egg features Coach Z Ale, a brand of (presumably alcoholic) ale that is either produced or endorsed by Coach Z.
  • radioHomestar Runner throws a rocks glass while yelling "High-ball!"
  • modeling — "Colognac" is a portmanteau formed by combining "cognac", a distilled liquor, and "cologne", a fragrance.
  • space program — During the SBASAF slide show, the narrator says, "Somebody get that man a highball".
  • myths & legendsBubs states that the Bear holding a Shark shot glasses are "always popular with the kids". Shot glasses are small glasses used to serve small amounts of (usually potent) liquor.
  • senior prom — Strong Bad mentions consuming "okratinis", martinis served with a pickled okra pod instead of an olive.
    • Also, Coach Z is seen spiking the punch with Listerine, an antiseptic mouthwash that contains alcohol.
  • theme song - In one of the clips from the "unaired pilot", Strong Bad is seen filling his mouth with a Coldson Lite and a coffee via a beer helmet.
  • your funeral — Strong Bad describes his funeral as being "off the wagon". "Falling off the wagon" is an idiom referring to a recovering alcoholic's relapse into alcoholism.
  • rough copy — Homestar advertises his "Malinko Drinko", claiming it is "crystal clear like domestic beer".
  • hygiene — Gene/Strong Bad's mother claims to have a "grown-up headache", a likely reference to a hangover.

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