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Revision as of 18:20, 22 July 2010

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, 2010.

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Contents

Week 29, 2010

"...and let the evil flow forth."

In death metal, the 141st Strong Bad Email, released on Monday, January 16, 2006, Strong Bad receives an email from Dane, who is in a death metal band at his school. Dane asks what words sound really cool when you scream them at the top of your lungs, but Strong Bad informs that to be a good death metalist, you want to scream from the bowels of your lungs. Anything that starts with d-e is acceptable, except for a few, such as "Dentist" and "Deli-style". Then, using Strong Mad as a human analogue, Strong Bad explains the proper stance for a death metalist. "Hunch all up on yourself, pretend you're holding a mystical orb in each hand and let the evil flow forth." And finally, to see how it all comes together, Strong Bad shows the viewers a new music video from Taranchula, titled "The Decoupage". (more...) watch

Week 28, 2010

He can make it on his own!

Li'l Brudder is a one-legged puppy with one leg that can, according to Strong Bad, "make it on his own" and he wants to "be a quarterback that can throw for 2000 yards". He was introduced in the email crying. Whenever anyone (or at least Homestar Runner and The Cheat) sees this picture, they promptly burst into tears. He even managed to tear up the mighty Strong Bad himself, who then ran off, trying to cover it up by saying he had "a food in the oven". He has his own show named The Li'l Brudder and Maybe Tendafoot Too Show which revealed that his mother was a beagle, but his father was a unicycle. (more...)

Week 27, 2010

4 drinks for 4 cool guys.

Lookin at a Thing in a Bag, released Tuesday, April 8, 2003, chronicles Strong Bad, Strong Mad and The Cheat's attempts to get drinks, without having to take the effort of actually getting drinks. A scheme is hatched to trick Homestar Runner into getting them drinks, by claiming to be "looking at a thing in a bag" (while the bag is actually empty) and tricking Homestar into thinking he would be able to see the thing in the bag if he brought the trio drinks. This toon was the longest short for over 2 years after its release, and is still one of the longest, being longer than several big toons. (more...) watch

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