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'''[[Wikipedia:Zachary Taylor|Zachary Taylor]]''' (1849—1850)
'''[[Wikipedia:Zachary Taylor|Zachary Taylor]]''' (1849—1850)
*[[Homestar Runner Goes For the Gold]] — Strong Bad states his intent to refer to Strong Sad as "Sad Sachary Taylor".  
*[[Homestar Runner Goes For the Gold]] — [[Strong Bad]] states his intent to refer to [[Strong Sad]] as "Sad Sachary Taylor".  
'''[[Wikipedia:James Buchanan|James Buchanan]]''' (1857—1861)
'''[[Wikipedia:James Buchanan|James Buchanan]]''' (1857—1861)

Revision as of 01:47, 25 December 2016

"Look, look at that girl."

Presidents of the United States are mentioned and seen various times in Free Country, in particular presidents Martin Van Buren and Abraham Lincoln. This is perhaps a nod to They Might Be Giants, who frequently use presidents as a theme in their music. It was revealed in an interview that The Brothers Chaps have an oval portrait of Lincoln hanging in their office.


George Washington (1789—1797)

Martin Van Buren (1837—1841)

William Henry Harrison (1841)

James K. Polk (1845—1849)

Zachary Taylor (1849—1850)

James Buchanan (1857—1861)

  • Email diorama — Strong Bad has a robot in his diorama assassinate James Buchanan with a laser called the "Byoo-Cannon".

Abraham Lincoln (1861—1865)

See main article: Abraham Lincoln

James A. Garfield (1881)

William Howard Taft (1909—1913)

Herbert Hoover (1929—1933)

Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1933—1945)

  • Email redesign — Strong Bad suggests that the scrolling No Loafing Sign might be misread as "Franklin Delano Loafing".

Harry S. Truman (1945—1953)

John F. Kennedy (1961—1963)

Richard Nixon (1969—1974)

  • imaginary — The question Strong Sad and his imaginary friend are answering for "Time Magazine: The Game", is "What are Richard Nixon's favorite slacks?"

Jimmy Carter (1977—1981)

  • Email diorama — Strong Bad has a robot assassinate Carter in his diorama.

Ronald Reagan (1981—1989)

Miscellaneous presidential references

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