Inconsistencies within the Homestar Runner universe

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*Email [[hremail3184]] — Strong Bad is shown to have an email from Homestar, but in [[candy product]] he mentions that the Lappy has a Homestar junkmail filter.
*Email [[hremail3184]] — Strong Bad is shown to have an email from Homestar, but in [[candy product]] he mentions that the Lappy has a Homestar junkmail filter.
*[[On Break]] — Strong Bad denies being a smoker despite the fact that he's been seen smoking a cigar in [[Store Thank You Message]].  
*[[On Break]] — Strong Bad denies being a smoker despite the fact that he's been seen smoking a cigar in [[Store Thank You Message]].  
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*Email [[huttah!]] — Strong Bad says that he thinks The Cheat doesn't have an email, but in email [[weird dream]], he answers an email on The Cheat's computer.
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Revision as of 21:37, 21 February 2010

Is Bubs' right? Or is it left?
There's no— there's no style guide, or continuity— we don't have a continuity person working on set.
Matt Chapman, geddup noise commentary
We're gonna play "Name That Inconsistency" later on if you want to join us. Don't even think about eating any of our Sun Chips!
Strong Sad, Page Load Error
With such an expansive bank of cartoons that rely so heavily on whimsical humor, it would be near impossible for The Brothers Chaps to keep the Homestar Runner universe completely consistent and have total continuity between cartoons. Because of this large size and humorous nature, various inconsistencies occur throughout the website and the DVDs. These are usually very minor. According to the site's FAQ, people often ask The Brothers Chaps about inconsistencies, to these questions they answer that "It was either done on purpose or it's just a cartoon and you probably shouldn't worry about it."

Appearances of Inconsistencies

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