Books by Sportsinterviewses

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Books by various Sportsinterviewses appear in several toons, usually in Easter eggs.

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Leomard Sportsinterviews

Cover Description
This Book is Better Than 1st, 2nd, and Quite Possibly Even 3rd Base
This Book is Better Than 1st, 2nd, and Quite Possibly Even 3rd Base

Strong Bad refers to the title of this book in the Strong Bad Email studying. An Easter egg reveals its listing on Bookazon.com, complete with several reviews.

Why People in Hollywood Ought to Give Me $5,760

Mentioned by "Just Nobody Sportsinterviews" in his Bookazon.com review for This Book is Better Than 1st, 2nd, and Quite Possibly Even 3rd Base.

Everyone is Different
Everyone is Different

A children's book defaced by Strong Bad in the email kids' book to pass it off as a children's book he wrote.

That Time of Year
That Time of Year

That Time of Year is a children's Decemberween book defaced by Strong Bad to pass it off as a children's book he wrote.

Beverly Sportsinterviews

Beverly Sportsinterviews (often abbreviated to "Bev Sportsinterviews") is a parody of children's/young-adult fiction author Beverly Cleary. Her books frequently win literary awards, spoofing awards like the Newbery Medal. The books' titles are all based on Strong Bad Email senders' names and/or locations, and appear in Easter eggs.

Cover Description
Ewww, Claire!! Why???
Ewww, Claire!! Why???

The title of this book mocks "Eau Claire, WI", the hometown of the sender of the origins email.

Laramie, Why?
Laramie, Why?

The title of this book mocks "Laramie, Wy", the hometown of the sender of the secret identity email.
Lem Sportsinterviews co-authored this novel.

"Cat," spoke Anne, "Wash!"
"Cat," spoke Anne, "Wash!"

The title of this book mocks "Kat Spokane, Wash.", the sender and hometown of the pop-up email.

Problem Brian
Problem Brian

The title of this book is based on Strong Bad's expansion of the sender's initials, "PB", in the specially marked email.

Scar, Let Moe!
Scar, Let Moe!

The title of this book mocks "Scarlet, MO", the sender and location of the hiding email. The subtitle (and possibly a self-commentary on the quality of the pun) is "a real stretch".
The titular "Moe" bears the likeness of Moe Howard of The Three Stooges.

Boss Ton, Mass

This book isn't seen, but mentioned in a @StrongBadActual Tweet on September 16, 2017. He descibes it as a "bizarre office-church-weightlifting novel". It is a play on Boston, Massachusetts.

Crazy Prof. Sportsinterviews

The books by Crazy Prof. Sportsinterviews parody the works of children's author Dr. Seuss. These also appear in Strong Bad Email Easter eggs.

Cover Description
Two heads, an arm, and one great story
The Fish was Delish and it made Quite a Dish!

The title of this book, which appears in an Easter egg, is the test sentence Strong Bad uses in the radio email to suggest how the hosts of various types of radio shows would say it. The cover illustration references Green Eggs and Ham as well as One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish.

Little Jakey Pleasenthanks
Little Jakey Pleasenthanks

The title of this book, which also appears in an Easter egg, mocks the sender of the cliffhangers email.

Leomardbury Chauceinterviews

Cover Description
The Ocelot & the Porridge Maiden
The Ocelot & The Porridge Maiden

A children's book that is one of Strong Sad's all-time favorites, defaced by Strong Bad for Worldbuilders 2014.

Old Maid Bevulon Sportsinterviews

Cover Description
Here we go looptie-loo.
Here we Go, Looptie-Loo! (and nothing more)

A children's book from a deleted scene from the next april fools thing.

Edgar Allen Sportsinterviews

Cover Description
The Oar on the Floor
The Oar on the Floor and other inventory poems

A poetry collection seen in Disk 4 of 12 - Vampire's Castle, playing on the in-game response "the Oar is on the Study floor".

Lem Sportverslaggever

Cover Description
Omsol en de Rommelige Kamer
Omsol en de Rommelige Kamer

A Dutch board book featured in Fan 'Stumes 2022, based on a Homsar costume with the shirt deliberately misread as Omsol. The title is Dutch for "Omsol and the Messy Room", while "door lem sportverslaggever" roughly means "by Lem Sportsinterviews", though "verslaggever" more closely translates to "reporter". The book is orange, the national color of the Netherlands, most notably in the context of sporting events.

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