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*[[Ballad of the Sneak]] — The Dapper Swindler is known as [[The Sneak]] in the [[wikipedia:Northwest Territories|Northwest Territories]].
*[[Ballad of the Sneak]] — The Dapper Swindler is known as [[The Sneak]] in the [[wikipedia:Northwest Territories|Northwest Territories]].
*Email [[colonization]] (Easter egg) — [[Strong Bad]] sings "O Shanama" to the tune of "[[Wikipedia:O Canada|O Canada]]".
*Email [[colonization]] (Easter egg) — [[Strong Bad]] sings "O Shanama" to the tune of "[[Wikipedia:O Canada|O Canada]]".
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*Email [[army]] references Canadian folk musician [[wikipedia:Gordon Lightfoot|Gordon Lightfoot]] and his single [[wikipedia:Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot song)|Sundown]] when Homestar Runner warns Strong Bad of Gordon Lightfoot "creeping round (his) back stair".  
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*Email [[army]] — [[Homestar Runner]] references Canadian folk musician [[wikipedia:Gordon Lightfoot|Gordon Lightfoot]] and his song "[[wikipedia:Sundown (Gordon Lightfoot song)|Sundown]]" when he warns Strong Bad of Gordon Lightfoot "creeping round [his] back stair".  
*Email [[do over]] — When Strong Bad sees the email sender Richie Z as being from Canada, he wonders if Coach Z is called [[Coach Zed]] in Canada and calls the sender a "Canuck", a nickname for a Canadian.
*Email [[do over]] — When Strong Bad sees the email sender Richie Z as being from Canada, he wonders if Coach Z is called [[Coach Zed]] in Canada and calls the sender a "Canuck", a nickname for a Canadian.
*Email [[narrator]] — [[Strong Sad]] is hit in the face with a Canada goose.
*Email [[narrator]] — [[Strong Sad]] is hit in the face with a Canada goose.
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*[[Decemberween Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]] ([[Decemberween Sweet Cuppin' Cakes#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — As [[Mike Chapman]] and Strong Bad discuss where [[Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]] was made, they say that it could be from Europe or maybe even Canada. Strong Bad then makes a remark about the [[Wikipedia:National Film Board of Canada|Film Board of Canada]].
*[[Decemberween Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]] ([[Decemberween Sweet Cuppin' Cakes#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — As [[Mike Chapman]] and Strong Bad discuss where [[Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]] was made, they say that it could be from Europe or maybe even Canada. Strong Bad then makes a remark about the [[Wikipedia:National Film Board of Canada|Film Board of Canada]].
*[[Happy Hallow-day]] — Homsar's Halloween costume is [[Wikipedia:Ed Grimley|Ed Grimley]], who is played by [[Wikipedia:Martin Short|Martin Short]] on both ''[[Wikipedia:Saturday Night Live|SNL]]'' and Canada's own ''[[Wikipedia:Second City Television|SCTV]]''.
*[[Happy Hallow-day]] — Homsar's Halloween costume is [[Wikipedia:Ed Grimley|Ed Grimley]], who is played by [[Wikipedia:Martin Short|Martin Short]] on both ''[[Wikipedia:Saturday Night Live|SNL]]'' and Canada's own ''[[Wikipedia:Second City Television|SCTV]]''.
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*Email [[original]] — Both [[Homestar Runner]] and Strong Bad are at [[Bubs' Concession Stand]] dressed as Canadian Mounties.
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*Email [[original]] — Both Homestar and Strong Bad are at [[Bubs' Concession Stand]] dressed as Canadian Mounties.
*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — Strong Bad calls [[Jela-ton]], "Pixy Stix's ugly Canadian cousin".
*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — Strong Bad calls [[Jela-ton]], "Pixy Stix's ugly Canadian cousin".
*[[Baddest of the Bands]] — When clicking on Strong Bad's bed, he says he'll even take Canadian coins at this point.
*[[Baddest of the Bands]] — When clicking on Strong Bad's bed, he says he'll even take Canadian coins at this point.

Current revision as of 22:29, 14 October 2018

"Of-age" Canadian girls!

The Homestar Runner toons mostly take place in the United States, but occasionally they reference the Great White North, often in strange and various ways.

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