Hyperactive Strong Sad

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"You wanna make some wood-davers with me?"
"Feelin' woozy..."

Hyperactive Strong Sad (or Caffeinated Strong Sad) is the result of a suggestion sent in by Justin from Murfreesboro in the Strong Bad Email caffeine. In this email, Strong Bad puts some instant coffee in Strong Sad's orange juice and observes his resulting hyperactivity in order to compete in the All-Wide Science Fair. The results of the experiment lead Strong Bad to conclude that his brother is dead, and adopted. Strong Sad has since become hyperactive several times, possibly due to sensitivity to stress, although Strong Sad has admitted to being on medication of some kind. Homestar claims that his similarly metaphysical behavior and wild mood swings in long pants was because of a hremail in which he took Strong Sad's pills. When Strong Sad becomes hyperactive, one of his eyes opens larger than normal, and his fingers twitch restlessly, and he speaks at a much faster rate than usual.


In the initial experiment, Strong Sad exhibits the following behaviors while hyperactive:

  • Becomes "erratic, violent, and really funny to watch", according to Strong Bad
  • Begins acting "way creepier than normal. Like, even for Strong Sad", according to Strong Bad
  • Makes up arts and crafts ideas, such as wood-davers, and tries to convince Marzipan to make them with him
  • Attempts to speak The Cheat's language
  • Is unable to remember his legs
  • Hangs upside-down or stands on the ceiling in the Basement of the Brothers Strong
  • Says random words like "Parakeet"
  • Slaps Coach Z several times and steals his hat
  • Eventually returns to normal and then passes out

In later instances of hyperactivity, he:

  • Sees wood-davers everywhere, thinking he'd been given superpowers by an alien spaceship
  • Becomes upset when people say "pseudo-name" instead of "pseudonym"


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