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== Week 5, 2009 ==
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== Week 4, 2009 ==
== Week 4, 2009 ==
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Featured Article Archives

This page lists articles that have been featured on the Main Page. If you have ideas for pages that should be featured, please list them on the nominations page and discuss them on the selections page.  

Jump to the currently featured article: Week 22, 2009.



Week 5, 2009

"This is the best game I've never played!"

Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People (or SBCG4AP) is an episodic series of games by Telltale Games for the PC and WiiWare platforms. It was announced by a press release on April 10, 2008, followed shortly by an advertisement on and a trailer and screenshots on the Telltale Games website. The game was produced in collaboration with The Brothers Chaps and Videlectrix. The 3-D animation in the game was rendered by Telltale's animators with attention to preservation of the look and feel of the 2-D Flash. This game is divided into five episodes, released in intervals of one month, the first episode being released on August 11, 2008. Using a point-and-click interface, players have Strong Bad talk to various characters using an icon system or highlight objects to interact with. In addition to the main plot, the player can participate in numerous side quests, which will raise the player's "Awesomeness Meter". Once an episode is finished, an "extended play" mode is unlocked, allowing players to explore the environment further. (more...)

Week 4, 2009

The former Club Trancefudge

Club Technochocolate is a dance club where various residents of Free Country, USA hang out from time to time. The club has matte gray walls, a lighted floor, and various spotlights, and dance music is usually played there. The Cheat plays the role of DJ here, under the pseudonym "DJ Teh Cheat", with the help of his DJ equipment. He played and remixed different songs here, including an indie-tronic remix, "The Geddup Noise". As seen in nightlife, the club has its own bar, where Bubs acts as barman. The shelves are lined with various colored bottles and no chairs or stools appear to be present. Some drinks are served in an eyedropper and cost $17.50 each. The club name originated in the email monument. Strong Bad first visited this club in the email extra plug to show off his 'Lectric Boots, which ended up blowing the circuit breaker. (more...)

Week 3, 2009

Population: Tire

The Tire forms the complete population of Strong Badia, and was the "indigenous peoples" before the land was colonized by Strong Bad. Due to its status as the entire population of Strong Badia, it has earned a place on the country's flag and anthem, and even stars in two games. Strong Bad has a strong affinity for the Tire and feels a need to protect it, to the point where he installed a security system around it. To date, the system (which is composed of a touch-activated electrical charge and the Bear holding a Shark) has kept The Cheat from touching the Tire. It has also been utilized for purely commercial ends. It was employed as a weatherman on Strong Badia's local newscast, and it played Ted Averill, the SBASAF's ground flight engineer. (more...)

Week 2, 2009

"Happy Trogday, Troggie!"

In Happy Trogday, released on Friday, January 13, 2006, it is Trogdor's third birthday, and Strong Bad celebrates the occasion with a kick-awesome montage of fanstuff involving the dragon, from pancakes to Microsoft Paint drawings to vanity plates, all to the heavy metal rendition of the Trogdor theme song from Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits, albeit shortened to match the form of the original song, as heard in the email of origin. Then, after the montage ends, the action then shifts abruptly to Planet K, where Stinkoman complains that his birthday was last week, but no one celebrated it. An unexpected visitor changes that, though. (more...) watch

Week 1, 2009

"Well, I thought that this much gelatin would sorta naturally attract oiled-up bikini wrestlers."

In winter pool, the 187th Strong Bad Email, released on Monday, January 21, 2008, J.Hazard, IN, asks Strong Bad what he does with the pool during the winter. After lying about how they once used the pool, he says that this year, they will do something with it that is "way cooler and less pretend", using Homestar Runner's payment for doing the Fluffy Puff commercials: namely, a lifetime supply of gelatinous Fluffy Puff Translucent Dessert Related Substance. Strong Bad and some of the other Homestar characters fill the pool with the substance, turning it into a huge gelatinous vat, and they proceed to have fun with it, but the results are disastrous. This email introduces not only Fluffy Puff Translucent Dessert Related Substance to the website, but also its mascot, a gelatin version of Marshie. (more...) watch

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