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[[Image:Babycz.PNG|thumb|left|115px|The craptain of the foortball torm!]]
[[Image:Babycz.PNG|thumb|left|115px|The craptain of the foortball torm!]]
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Coach Z is a fan of hip-hop and rap music, particularly the [[Wikipedia:Wu-Tang Clan|Wu-Tang Clan]].  He fancies himself a rapper as well: He released the single "[[These Peoples Try to Fade Me]]", which appeared on [[Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits]], his solo album, entitled "The Z Is All Up Ins", features the smash hit "[[New Boots|Hip Hop Dance]]", and his own rap song, "[[Rap Song]]" (featuring [[Peacey P]] and [[Tenerence Love]]).  Although his usual rapping prowess consists mainly of "count[ing] to two over and over again", as explained in [[nightlife]], he once had a very successful career during his days in the [[Two-o Duo]]. Recent works such as "[[Loading Screens]]" and "[[Fish Eye Lens]]" may indicate that his rap skills are starting to improve.
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Coach Z is a fan of hip-hop and rap music, particularly the [[Wikipedia:Wu-Tang Clan|Wu-Tang Clan]].  He fancies himself a rapper as well: He released the single "[[These Peoples Try to Fade Me]]," which appeared on [[Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits]], his solo album, entitled "The Z Is All Up Ins", features the smash hit "[[New Boots|Hip Hop Dance]]", and his own rap song, "[[Rap Song]]" (featuring [[Peacey P]] and [[Tenerence Love]]).  Although his usual rapping prowess consists mainly of "count[ing] to two over and over again," as explained in [[nightlife]], he once had a very successful career during his days in the [[Two-o Duo]]. Recent works such as "[[Loading Screens]]" and "[[Fish Eye Lens]]" may indicate that his rap skills are starting to improve.
[[Image:CoachZ3D.png|thumb|"Hey, watch where y'er pointin' that 3D!"]]
[[Image:CoachZ3D.png|thumb|"Hey, watch where y'er pointin' that 3D!"]]
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| '''Crickets''' || Crackets || [[Happy Hallow-day]]
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| '''Cubicle''' || Kyorbicle || [[DNA Evidence]]
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| '''Cubicle''' || Kyorbicle || [[DNA Evidence (Toon)|DNA Evidence]]
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| '''[[Decemberween]]''' || Decemberwern || [[The Best Decemberween Ever]]
| '''[[Decemberween]]''' || Decemberwern || [[The Best Decemberween Ever]]
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Evidence has suggested that Coach Z's accent may be bogus:
Evidence has suggested that Coach Z's accent may be bogus:
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*After saying "track or trort" in [[3 Times Halloween Funjob]], Bubs gets on his case and he says "trick or treat" correctly. If given "Swedish Fish", said as "Swordish Forsh", Bubs gets on his case again and Coach Z says "It's a crowd-pleaser."
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*After saying "track or trort" in [[3 Times Halloween Funjob]], Bubs gets on his case and he says "trick or treat" correctly. If given "Swedish Fish," said as "Swordish Forsh," Bubs gets on his case again and Coach Z says "It's a crowd-pleaser."
*In [[boring (really)]], while Strong Bad is writing his list of three-letter words, Coach Z interrupts him at the word "job", saying that "jorb is a four letters word."
*In [[boring (really)]], while Strong Bad is writing his list of three-letter words, Coach Z interrupts him at the word "job", saying that "jorb is a four letters word."
*Coach Z says "The Cheat" immediately after "The Chort" in [[mascot]], though he speaks as though he's talking about two different people. He also refers to "Cheat kickers" just before suggesting to "[[Kicking The Cheat|kick The Chort]]" in [[Baddest of the Bands]].
*Coach Z says "The Cheat" immediately after "The Chort" in [[mascot]], though he speaks as though he's talking about two different people. He also refers to "Cheat kickers" just before suggesting to "[[Kicking The Cheat|kick The Chort]]" in [[Baddest of the Bands]].
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*It was revealed in issue #21 of [[Wonkavision Magazine Interview|Wonkavision]] magazine that Coach Z is named after [[Craig Zobel]].
*It was revealed in issue #21 of [[Wonkavision Magazine Interview|Wonkavision]] magazine that Coach Z is named after [[Craig Zobel]].
*According to [[trading cards]], Coach Z gave 23 [[Butt-Patting|butt pats]] in 1984 (22 to Homestar, 1 to himself).
*According to [[trading cards]], Coach Z gave 23 [[Butt-Patting|butt pats]] in 1984 (22 to Homestar, 1 to himself).
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*Coach Z was originally known as "Coach Zee".
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*Coach Z was originally known as "Coach Zee."
*Strong Bad referred to Coach Z as "Green Bubs" in the email [[road trip]].
*Strong Bad referred to Coach Z as "Green Bubs" in the email [[road trip]].
*In [[Date Nite]] he is shown without his hat and wearing hair curlers, despite a lack of visible hair.
*In [[Date Nite]] he is shown without his hat and wearing hair curlers, despite a lack of visible hair.

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