Sam & Max Season Two Alternate Ending 101

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In this alternate ending to Sam & Max's Season Two finale, Homestar Runner reveals himself as the evil "mastermind" behind it all.

Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner

Places: The Sam & Max version of Hell (main office)

Transcript

{The video starts with a blue screen, with "ALTERNATE ENDING #101" written in yellow font. After a second, some smaller, grey font appears; at the top is written "PROPERTY OF TELLTALE GAMES, INC." and, at the bottom, "DO NOT DISTRIBUTE".}

{A beep is heard, and the scene cuts to a high-backed chair in Hell's main office.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: At last, the truth is revealed! {Chair swings round, revealing Homestar, who is significantly smaller than the chair itself} And so ends {zoom in on Homestar} our deadly game of cat and mouse... and dog... and rabbit... {zoom out} thingy. My diaperbolical plan began fifteen years ago...

{The camera shot changes with two black, clockwise swirls. Homestar is now sitting on the chair's arm.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: And then I fell in with some magical hobos, smuggling rye toast through the mists of the Coches Mountains.

{The camera shot changes again to Homestar standing on the chair.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: And they were all like {zoom in} "ebola raygun? You must be crazy". But I said {zoom out} "in your face, scientists! The Homestar Runner plays by a different set of crescent wrenches!"

{The scene fades into an advertisement for the Sam and Max Season 2 DVD.}

Fun Facts

  • The Coches Mountains were previously mentioned in geddup noise and looking old.
  • "Diaperbolical" is a portmanteau.
  • Homestar Runner's model is from Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People.
  • The ending is included on the Sam & Max Season Two DVD, but is well hidden: the ending can only be accessed via the equivalent of the Random Toon feature, accessed via pressing right when the Concept Art option is selected on the main menu, the Devil's box of belongings will be highlighted, or by directly accessing title 21 if your DVD player supports skipping to specific titles.

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