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*[[In Search of the Yello Dello]] — At one point, when [[Coach Z]] informs Homestar to get [[Marzipan]] "some rare flower from the tallest mountain", the scene depicts Homestar wearing lederhosen.
*[[In Search of the Yello Dello]] — At one point, when [[Coach Z]] informs Homestar to get [[Marzipan]] "some rare flower from the tallest mountain", the scene depicts Homestar wearing lederhosen.
**[[In Search of the Yello Dello Commentary]] — During the aforementioned scene, [[Strong Bad]] sarcastically asks Homestar if he can call him "Homestar von Runnerberger".
**[[In Search of the Yello Dello Commentary]] — During the aforementioned scene, [[Strong Bad]] sarcastically asks Homestar if he can call him "Homestar von Runnerberger".
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*[[Ballad of The Sneak]] — [[The Kaiser]] wears a German [[Wikipedia:Pickelhaube|pickelhaube]] and says "Ach, du lieber", which is German for "Oh, dear".
*Email [[haircut]] — The email comes from Harry Earlenmacherg of the German town of Düsseldorf. Strong Bad refers to him as Düsseldörke and then as Deutschman, whose name becomes the name of a [[Strong_Badman_Characters#Deutschman|character]] in the [[Strong Badman|Strong Badman comic book series]].
*Email [[haircut]] — The email comes from Harry Earlenmacherg of the German town of Düsseldorf. Strong Bad refers to him as Düsseldörke and then as Deutschman, whose name becomes the name of a [[Strong_Badman_Characters#Deutschman|character]] in the [[Strong Badman|Strong Badman comic book series]].
*Email [[pom pom]] — In an Easter egg, Strong Bad refers to [[Pom Pom]]'s [[Parents|parents]] as [[General and Fraulein Pom Pom]]. [[Wikipedia:Fräulein|Fräulein]] is a German prefix similar to the English "Miss", meaning "unmarried woman".
*Email [[pom pom]] — In an Easter egg, Strong Bad refers to [[Pom Pom]]'s [[Parents|parents]] as [[General and Fraulein Pom Pom]]. [[Wikipedia:Fräulein|Fräulein]] is a German prefix similar to the English "Miss", meaning "unmarried woman".
*Email [[virus]] ([[virus#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — Matt says that Strong Bad's computer got a "wirus" and calls it the "German pronunciation", referring to how the standard German pronunciation of a "v" sound starts with a "w" sound, imitating the original Latin pronunciation of the word.
*Email [[virus]] ([[virus#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]]) — Matt says that Strong Bad's computer got a "wirus" and calls it the "German pronunciation", referring to how the standard German pronunciation of a "v" sound starts with a "w" sound, imitating the original Latin pronunciation of the word.
*Email [[portrait]] — One of Strong Bad's ideas for a portrait is one done by a [[Strong_Badman_Characters#Deutsch Master|Deutsch Master]].
*Email [[portrait]] — One of Strong Bad's ideas for a portrait is one done by a [[Strong_Badman_Characters#Deutsch Master|Deutsch Master]].
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*[[Ever and More!]] — [[The King of Town]]'s helmet is a German [[Wikipedia:Pickelhaube|pickelhaube]].
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*[[Ever and More!]] — [[The King of Town]]'s helmet is a German pickelhaube.
*Email [[original]] — The first shot of the montage scene where [[Original Bubs]] is written "into stories" has both Homestar and Strong Bad wearing lederhosen.
*Email [[original]] — The first shot of the montage scene where [[Original Bubs]] is written "into stories" has both Homestar and Strong Bad wearing lederhosen.
*[[Baddest Of The Bands]] — Strong Bad obtains a German hat which he gives to [[Homsar]] in the finale of the game.
*[[Baddest Of The Bands]] — Strong Bad obtains a German hat which he gives to [[Homsar]] in the finale of the game.

Revision as of 01:25, 1 October 2009

"Sufferin' Schnitzels!"

While Homestar Runner takes place in and around Free Country, USA, there are some cultural references to the Germans.

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