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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{talking normally}'' Oh, maybe not better than Debra. ''{slower and more sultry}'' Ooh, Debra.
'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{talking normally}'' Oh, maybe not better than Debra. ''{slower and more sultry}'' Ooh, Debra.
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''{Strong Bad's shirt changes from a blue t-shirt to a lab coat. The music resumes, and Strong Bad continues singing.}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{singing}'' I'm talking about a magic man, who defies the laws of physics.
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'''STRONG BAD:''' I'm talking about a magic man, who defies the laws of physics.
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'''STRONG BAD:''' He turns Decemberween into DeTHemberween!
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''{As he sings this line, [[The Classroom]] drops in and fades/zooms in behind Strong Bad. The chalkboard has a picture of a top hat, a greater/less than symbol, and an apple with an arrow pointing down from the bottom of the apple on it.}''
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'''STRONG SAD:''' Tell us, man, who is it?
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''{Cut to a shot of the word "Decemberween" on a snowy background)}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' It's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman, and he'll make your dreams come true. So there ain't no beatin' that holiday feelin', when he says "Shut up" to you.
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'''STRONG BAD:''' He turns Decemberween into DeTHemberween!
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'''THE THNIKKAMAN:''' Yeah, shut up, kid!
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''{As he sings this line, The Thnikkaman's "TH" appears over the "C" in Decemberween}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' When the sun goes down, he creeps into town, and borrows your hedge clippers. And when you're sleeping, safe and sound, he puts blank media in your slippers!
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''{Cut back to the couch, with only Strong Bad and Strong Sad in the scene.}''
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'''COACH Z:''' It was 8-Tracks in my day!
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'''STRONG SAD:''' Tell us, man, who is it?
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Sometimes he'll phone call random kids with discount travel packages!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{talking}'' Las Vegas? For 20 dollars a night? Thanks, Dethemberween Thnikkaman!
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'''SHERIFF:''' Yes, he's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman. Flying through the night in an unmarked van. You never know what he'll bring us when you hear those high-pitched singers!
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'''SINGERS:''' Here comes the Dethemberween Thnikkaman!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' One, two, three!
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'''ALL CHARACTERS:''' He's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman, and he'll make your dreams come true!
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'''HOMESTAR:''' Do-Do-La-Do-Do-Do-Doo!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{Singing}'' There ain't no ceilin' on that holiday feelin',
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'''ALL CHARACTERS:''' When he says "Shut up" to you!
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'''THE THNIKKAMAN:''' Yeah, shut up! To one and all o' dang y'all!
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'''HOMESTAR:''' Uh, just so we're all on the same page here, we are just talking about Bubs with a piece of paper taped to his chest, right? You guys? Bubs? Paper tape? Anybody?
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''{With one final note, the words "yeah, shut up! to one and all o' dang y'all!" appear in a night sky, written in stars. The word "back" is written in cursive in the lover left corner.}''
==Easter Eggs==
==Easter Eggs==

Revision as of 15:06, 17 December 2007

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"He's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman, oh well he'll make your dreams come true..."

The true meaning of Decemberween is... the Thnikkaman?

Cast (in order of appearance): Brundo the Decemberween Yak, Strong Sad, The Cheat, Homestar Runner, Strong Bad, The Poopsmith, Pom Pom, Coach Z, The King of Town, Strong Mad, Marzipan, Bubs/The Thnikkaman, Homsar.

Places: The Basement, The Classroom, The Field, The Office, The Brick Wall, Homestar Runner's House, Computer Room, Strong Bad's Room, Club Technochocolate (dance floor)

Date: Monday, December 17, 2007

Running Time: 2:51

Page Title: Brundo the Decemberween Yak and the Sword of St. Olaf

Contents

Transcript

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{Front view of the downstairs TV, a Christmas special plays on the TV. The characters appear to be made of felt. We see Brundo as tears fall from his eyes.}

BRUNDO: {dejected} Oh, I lost all my magic.

ELF: Don't you see? The magic of Decemberween is inside everyone!

{The TV cuts to a shot of a Sheriff, with Brundo and the Elf visible in the background.

SHERIFF: And so they returned the sword of St. Olaf to its rightful owner, and discovered the true meaning of Decemberween. Buh-buh-buh-buh-bye, kids!

{Sheriff exits the scene, cut to a blue screen with snowflakes on it, as "The End!" appears on the screen.}

{Cut to a view of The Couch, with every main character (except Homsar and Bubs) sitting on or around it.}

STRONG SAD: Can someone please explain again what a mystical sword has to do with Decemberween?

{Cut to a close-up of Homestar sitting on the floor.}

HOMESTAR: You heard that nasty ol' puppet! The magic of Decemberween is inside all of us!

{Cut to Strong Bad, sitting on the couch with Strong Sad behind him.}

STRONG BAD: Man, that's not what Decemberween's all about!

STRONG SAD: Then I suppose you're gonna to tell us—

Cut back to the view of the whole couch.}

STRONG BAD: I'll tell you what Decemberween is all about!

STRONG SAD: {overlapping} ... what Decemberween is all about.

{Stong Bad begins singing, accompanied by music, doing hand motions as he sings.}

STRONG BAD: {Singing} It happens each Decemberween...

{Cut to Strong Mad and The Cheat, sitting on the couch. Strong Bad pops in from the right side of the frame.}

STRONG BAD: ...Though some would say it doesn't.

{Cut back to the close-up of Homestar on the floor}

STRONG BAD: The best thing that you've ever seen...

{Cut to a shot of Marzipan, standing behind the couch.}

STRONG BAD: Even better than your hot cousin!

{Music stops.}

MARZIPAN: Better than Debra?

STRONG BAD: {talking normally} Oh, maybe not better than Debra. {slower and more sultry} Ooh, Debra.

STRONG BAD: {singing} I'm talking about a magic man, who defies the laws of physics.

STRONG BAD: He turns Decemberween into DeTHemberween!

STRONG SAD: Tell us, man, who is it?

STRONG BAD: It's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman, and he'll make your dreams come true. So there ain't no beatin' that holiday feelin', when he says "Shut up" to you.

THE THNIKKAMAN: Yeah, shut up, kid!

STRONG BAD: When the sun goes down, he creeps into town, and borrows your hedge clippers. And when you're sleeping, safe and sound, he puts blank media in your slippers!

COACH Z: It was 8-Tracks in my day!

STRONG BAD: Sometimes he'll phone call random kids with discount travel packages!

STRONG BAD: {talking} Las Vegas? For 20 dollars a night? Thanks, Dethemberween Thnikkaman!

SHERIFF: Yes, he's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman. Flying through the night in an unmarked van. You never know what he'll bring us when you hear those high-pitched singers!

SINGERS: Here comes the Dethemberween Thnikkaman!

STRONG BAD: One, two, three!

ALL CHARACTERS: He's the Dethemberween Thnikkaman, and he'll make your dreams come true!

HOMESTAR: Do-Do-La-Do-Do-Do-Doo!

STRONG BAD: {Singing} There ain't no ceilin' on that holiday feelin',

ALL CHARACTERS: When he says "Shut up" to you!

THE THNIKKAMAN: Yeah, shut up! To one and all o' dang y'all!

HOMESTAR: Uh, just so we're all on the same page here, we are just talking about Bubs with a piece of paper taped to his chest, right? You guys? Bubs? Paper tape? Anybody?

{With one final note, the words "yeah, shut up! to one and all o' dang y'all!" appear in a night sky, written in stars. The word "back" is written in cursive in the lover left corner.}

Easter Eggs

  • At the end, click on "dang" to play on the Homsar chimes.

Fun Facts

Real World References

  • The TV special at the beginning is a parody of the numerous stop motion Christmas specials produced by Rankin/Bass such as 1964's Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. The sheriff's voice is very similar to that of Burl Ives, who voiced the similar-looking Sam the Snowman.

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