Homestar Runner and Homestar Runner's Relationship

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[[Homestar Runner]] is frequently very confused and often appears to [[Identity Confusion|forget who he is]]. He then interacts with himself as though he is a different and separate person.
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[[Homestar Runner]] seems to have an "unbelievably loose grasp on the world around [him]."  As a result, Homestar will frequently become confused and [[Identity Confusion|forget who he is]]. He then interacts with himself as though he is a different and separate person.  This will include talking to himself, looking for himself, writing notes to remind himself who he is, or even insulting himself.  Even if he's obviously controlling [[Cardboard Marzipan]], she will seem smarter than Homestar and mention things that Homestar himself doesn't know.
==Appearances==
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*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 12.2]] — Homestar nicknames himself "Boyfriend [[Dan]]", but instantly forgets he has done so, ultimately ending up inadvertently threatening his self-instated alter-ego.
*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 12.2]] — Homestar nicknames himself "Boyfriend [[Dan]]", but instantly forgets he has done so, ultimately ending up inadvertently threatening his self-instated alter-ego.
*Email [[garage sale]] — Homestar advertises himself for sale, then offers to buy one of himself, and then turns around and offers to [[I'll Take Twelve|buy twelve]].
*Email [[garage sale]] — Homestar advertises himself for sale, then offers to buy one of himself, and then turns around and offers to [[I'll Take Twelve|buy twelve]].
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*[[TrogdorCon '97]] — Homestar dresses up as himself for the con, agreeing with [[Strong Bad]] that he has an "unbelievably loose grasp on the world around [him]".
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*[[TrogdorCon '97]] — Homestar dresses up as himself for the con.
*[[Weclome Back]] — Homestar berates the person who slept through June and the person who forgot to bring the donuts. However, the person who did those things was Homestar himself.
*[[Weclome Back]] — Homestar berates the person who slept through June and the person who forgot to bring the donuts. However, the person who did those things was Homestar himself.
*Email [[cliffhangers]] — In an [[Easter egg]], Homestar accuses himself of stealing the [[Lappy 486]], saying that he's got the history and the motives.
*Email [[cliffhangers]] — In an [[Easter egg]], Homestar accuses himself of stealing the [[Lappy 486]], saying that he's got the history and the motives.

Revision as of 17:41, 17 July 2009

"Man, man, we should start putting those Homestar Vs. Homestar fights on pay-per-view."

Homestar Runner seems to have an "unbelievably loose grasp on the world around [him]." As a result, Homestar will frequently become confused and forget who he is. He then interacts with himself as though he is a different and separate person. This will include talking to himself, looking for himself, writing notes to remind himself who he is, or even insulting himself. Even if he's obviously controlling Cardboard Marzipan, she will seem smarter than Homestar and mention things that Homestar himself doesn't know.

Appearances

  • Email the show — One of Homestar's cards reads "homestar = you".
  • Lookin at a Thing in a Bag — Homestar asks himself what he's doing, and then replies to himself.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 9.2 — Homestar does extremely poor imitations of various characters on the switched tape, including himself.
  • Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon — Homestar asks Pom Pom whom he's working with when the two search for The Poopsmith. When Pom Pom replies, Homestar remarks that "Homestar Runner" sounds like a "no-goodnik".
  • Bug In Mouth Disease — Homestar attempts to help himself out by employing the skills he acquired in health class. He addresses himself as "sir or madam" and asks himself if he needs "medical resistance". It doesn't work.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 12.2 — Homestar nicknames himself "Boyfriend Dan", but instantly forgets he has done so, ultimately ending up inadvertently threatening his self-instated alter-ego.
  • Email garage sale — Homestar advertises himself for sale, then offers to buy one of himself, and then turns around and offers to buy twelve.
  • TrogdorCon '97 — Homestar dresses up as himself for the con.
  • Weclome Back — Homestar berates the person who slept through June and the person who forgot to bring the donuts. However, the person who did those things was Homestar himself.
  • Email cliffhangers — In an Easter egg, Homestar accuses himself of stealing the Lappy 486, saying that he's got the history and the motives.
  • Happy Hallow-day — Homestar talks to and refers to himself as "Doug" while revealing his plan to capture Halloween night.
  • Email 4 branches — Homestar has himself on his own "You're a bad boyfriend" talk show.
  • Email looking old — Homestar calls Homsar "Homestar".
  • Email strong badathlon — Homestar is the reigning champion in the "Greco-Roman Homestar Crud-Out-of-Beating", as demonstrated when he taunts, punches and slaps himself.
  • Strong Badia the Free — After Homestar selects himself for the draft, he switches back and forth between trying to dodge it and trying to coerce himself into it, as though he's two different people.
  • Most in the Graveyard — Homestar compliments himself on his own costume (while getting the costume wrong), and then corrects himself (incorrectly).
  • Hremail 62 — Homestar, in silhouette, introduces himself. After the lights come on, he thanks "silhouette" for the introduction.
  • Hremail 2000 — Just as in Hremail 62, Homestar introduces himself and then thanks "shadow Homestar". He then says "We'll do battle later." One Easter egg actually has him fight against Shadow Homestar in a Mortal Kombat parody.
  • Best Caper Ever — When calling for help, one person Homestar calls for is "Homestar".

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