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Costumes that the characters wore in Mr. Poofers Must Die, Halloween 2018.

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Marzipan Joanna from Chotchkie's Joanna is a character played by Jennifer Aniston in the 1999 movie Office Space. She is a waitress who is required to wear a minimum of 15 "pieces of flair" or pins on her uniform while working at her job. She eventually quit after being hassled for wearing the bare minimum and because she hated her job. Wikipedia article
File:HomestarDrik.png Homestar Runner Dirk the Daring Wikipedia article
Strong Bad BOB Killer BOB is a sinister character played by Frank Silva in David Lynch's television series Twin Peaks. BOB is a violent and murderous demon that feeds on pain and sorrow from the supernatural realm known as the Black Lodge. Wikipedia article
Bubs Grunkle Stan Stan Pines (known as Grunkle Stan by his great-nephew and niece Dipper and Mabel Pines) is one of the main characters of Disney's Gravity Falls. Like Bubs, Stan is a con artist and schemer. During the course of the series, it is revealed that Stan may know more than he seems about the town's secrets and that the author of the three Journals that documented Gravity Falls' weirdness may be related to him. Matt Chapman worked on the show during Homestar's hiatus during the early 2010's. Wikipedia article
Coach Z & Pom Pom PaRappa the Rapper PaRappa is a rapping dog who is the protagonist of the 1997 PlayStation video game PaRappa the Rapper and its sequels. In the game, PaRappa must rap his way through various situations in order to accomplish his goal of winning the heart of his crush, Sunny Funny. PaRappa has the catchphrase "I gotta believe!" Wikipedia article
Strong Sad Hercule Poirot Hercule Poirot is a fictional Belgian detective created by British novelist Agatha Christie. One of Christie's most famous characters, Poirot appeared in thirty-three novels and various other works penned by Christie, and the character has since appeared in various films and television programs based on works he was featured in, including Kenneth Branagh's Murder on the Orient Express movie, released a week after this toon. Wikipedia article
Strong Mad Powdered Toast Man Powdered Toast Man was a superhero featured on the cult favorite Nickelodeon cartoon The Ren and Stimpy Show. He was the mascot for Powdered Toast, a breakfast treat that tasted like sawdust and could form into a piece of regular toast. His main superpower was super-flatuence. Wikipedia article
The Cheat Maxwell Maxwell is the protagonist of the video game Scribblenauts, who is famous for his trademark rooster-comb hat and a magic notebook that lets him summon various objects to solve puzzles. Later games in the series allowed for adjectives to modify objects. Wikipedia article
The King Of Town Alice from the "Don't Come Around Here No More" video "Don't Come Around Here No More" is a song performed by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers that first appeared on their 1985 album Southern Accents. The music video for the song is Alice in Wonderland-themed, with Tom Petty (who died less than a month before this toon was released) playing the Mad Hatter. Alice is inexplicably turned into a cake at the end of the video, hence the King's costume. Wikipedia article
The Poopsmith Instant Martian The Poopsmith is dressed as a bird-like Martian from the 1958 Looney Tunes cartoon "Hare-Way to the Stars". In the cartoon, Marvin the Martian utilized the help of "Instant Martians", which were pebble-sized pills that turned into full-size beings, resembling the one seen here, by adding water, to try to hunt Bugs Bunny. Wikipedia article
File:David St.Homsar.png Homsar David_St. Hubbin Wikipedia article
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