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'''[[Hremails]]''' (a contraction of "'''Homestar Runner Emails'''") are installments of an email show by [[Homestar Runner]], similar in nature to [[Strong Bad Email]] (with which it frequently overlaps). Homestar was first seen checking emails on the [[Happy 8600]], a laptop based on the [[Wikipedia:OLPC XO-1|XO-1]] computer. The first time a Hremail was officially seen was in the 200th Strong Bad Email, [[email thunder]], in which [[Strong Bad]] does not take at all kindly to the program's existence. Some of the emails seen there (numbers [[Hremail 24|24]] and [[Hremail 49|49]]) were also released as [[secret pages]]. They also were featured as Easter eggs on the [[strongbad_email.exe Disc Six|sixth disc of Strong Bad Emails]] as part of the DVD release of "email thunder". Then, early in 2009, they became full features on the website, starting with [[Hremail 62]] and then [[Hremail 2000]]. However, the format here is a bit different than in "email thunder". '''[[Hremails|(more...)]]'''
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'''[[Hremails]]''' (a contraction of "'''Homestar Runner Emails'''") are installments of an email show by [[Homestar Runner]], similar in nature to [[Strong Bad Email]] (with which it frequently overlaps). Homestar was first seen checking emails on the [[Happy 8600]], a laptop based on the [[Wikipedia:OLPC XO-1|XO-1]] computer. The first time a Hremail was officially seen was in the 200th Strong Bad Email, [[email thunder]], in which [[Strong Bad]] does not take at all kindly to the program's existence. Some of the emails mentioned (numbers [[Hremail 24|24]] and [[Hremail 49|49]]) were released as [[secret pages]]. They also were featured as Easter eggs on the [[strongbad_email.exe Disc Six|sixth disc of Strong Bad Emails]] as part of the DVD release of "email thunder". Then, early in 2009, they became full features on the website, starting with [[Hremail 62]] and then [[Hremail 2000]]. However, the format here is a bit different than in "email thunder". '''[[Hremails|(more...)]]'''

Current revision as of 03:51, 27 April 2009

This guy reads an email

Hremails (a contraction of "Homestar Runner Emails") are installments of an email show by Homestar Runner, similar in nature to Strong Bad Email (with which it frequently overlaps). Homestar was first seen checking emails on the Happy 8600, a laptop based on the XO-1 computer. The first time a Hremail was officially seen was in the 200th Strong Bad Email, email thunder, in which Strong Bad does not take at all kindly to the program's existence. Some of the emails mentioned (numbers 24 and 49) were released as secret pages. They also were featured as Easter eggs on the sixth disc of Strong Bad Emails as part of the DVD release of "email thunder". Then, early in 2009, they became full features on the website, starting with Hremail 62 and then Hremail 2000. However, the format here is a bit different than in "email thunder". (more...)

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