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The Homestar Runner helps Sickly Sam get ready for a date. In ''a'' color!
The Homestar Runner helps Sickly Sam get ready for a date. In ''a'' color!
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' [[Mr. Shmallow]], {{film|The Homestar Runner}}, {{film|Old-Timey Marzipan}}, {{film|Sickly Sam}}, {{film|Old-Timey Strong Bad}}, [[Unnamed Characters|The Rest]], {{film|Strong Man}}, {{film|The Sneak}}, [[Fort Wayne Locomotive]], {{film|Old-Timey Bubs}}, [[Dee]]
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' [[Mr. Shmallow]], {{film|The Homestar Runner}}, {{film|Old-Timey Marzipan}}, {{film|Sickly Sam}}, {{film|Old-Timey Strong Bad}}, {{film|Strong Man}}, {{film|The Sneak}}, [[Fort Wayne Locomotive]], {{film|Old-Timey Bubs}}, [[Dee]]
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'''Places:''' "Skid Row", Someone's House, [[The Football Field]], [[Saw Mill]], The Boardwalk, [[Innards#Sickly Sam's Innards|Inside Sickly Sam]], [[Glue Factory|The Glue Factory]]
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'''Places:''' "Skid Row", Someone's House, [[The Football Field]], [[Saw Mill]], The Boardwalk, Inside Sickly Sam, [[Glue Factory|The Glue Factory]]
'''Date:''' Monday, February 11, 2008
'''Date:''' Monday, February 11, 2008
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''{Title card for the toon features Sickly Sam chasing three pink-colored hearts, with the text "Sickly Sam's Big Outing" and "Based on the Vaudeville Stylings of Wibe Chimendez". Open on The Homestar Runner and Marzipan walking down an empty street. The windows and doors of the houses they pass are broken and boarded up, and there are many cracks in the walls and the road.}''
''{Title card for the toon features Sickly Sam chasing three pink-colored hearts, with the text "Sickly Sam's Big Outing" and "Based on the Vaudeville Stylings of Wibe Chimendez". Open on The Homestar Runner and Marzipan walking down an empty street. The windows and doors of the houses they pass are broken and boarded up, and there are many cracks in the walls and the road.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY MARZIPAN:''' This must be skid row.
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'''MARZIPAN:''' This must be skid row.
''{They keep walking, and come upon a large box labelled "SOME HAMS".}''
''{They keep walking, and come upon a large box labelled "SOME HAMS".}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY MARZIPAN:''' This must be skid ro—
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'''MARZIPAN:''' This must be skid ro—
'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Wake up, Sickly Sam. Today's the first day of the day of your big outing.
'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Wake up, Sickly Sam. Today's the first day of the day of your big outing.
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''{Sickly Sam exits the box.}''
''{Sickly Sam exits the box.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY MARZIPAN:''' Up and at 'em.
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'''MARZIPAN:''' Up and at 'em.
''{Sickly Sam coughs twice, making dust clouds with the words "AS-" and then "ASBESTOS".}''
''{Sickly Sam coughs twice, making dust clouds with the words "AS-" and then "ASBESTOS".}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY MARZIPAN:''' You need some dentifrice!
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'''MARZIPAN:''' You need some dentifrice!
''{Behind Homestar and Marzipan is a garbage can with eyeholes. Cartoony eyes stick out of these holes as Homestar says the next line.}''
''{Behind Homestar and Marzipan is a garbage can with eyeholes. Cartoony eyes stick out of these holes as Homestar says the next line.}''
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''{Zoom in on the can with foreboding music, then cut to inside the can, where Strong Bad, Strong Man and The Sneak are present.}''
''{Zoom in on the can with foreboding music, then cut to inside the can, where Strong Bad, Strong Man and The Sneak are present.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' So, that dead kid needs a hot date, eh? The only date he has is with the glue factory! ''{musical sting}'' Which I will sell him to! ''{musical sting}'' For money! ''{musical sting}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' So, that dead kid needs a hot date, eh? The only date he has is with the glue factory! ''{musical sting}'' Which I will sell him to! ''{musical sting}'' For money! ''{musical sting}''
''{cut to a room with The Homestar Runner and Sickly Sam inside}''
''{cut to a room with The Homestar Runner and Sickly Sam inside}''
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''{The door is knocked}''
''{The door is knocked}''
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'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Uh oh, the doorbe—''{the scene quickly cuts to the same spot; however, The Homestar Runner's entire body is turned towards the door}'' There's a knock at the door.
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'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Uh oh, the doorbe—''{the scene quickly cuts to the same spot, however The Homestar Runner's entire body is turned towards the door}'' There's a knock at the door.
''{The Homestar Runner opens the door. The Sneak is on the other side, holding up a telegram.}''
''{The Homestar Runner opens the door. The Sneak is on the other side, holding up a telegram.}''
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'''THE SNEAK:''' ''{singing}'' Whaaaaaaaaa telegraaam!
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'''THE SNEAK:''' Whaaaaaaaaa telegraaam!
'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Thanks, The Sneak.  Boot!
'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Thanks, The Sneak.  Boot!
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'''SICKLY SAM:''' Am I gonna make romance?
'''SICKLY SAM:''' Am I gonna make romance?
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'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Now let's get you dressed to the five and three-quarterses. ''{places a bow tie on Sickly Sam}''
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'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' ''{placing a bow tie on Sickly Sam}'' Now let's get you dressed to the five and three-quarterses.
'''SICKLY SAM:''' I do believe you've spic'd my span.
'''SICKLY SAM:''' I do believe you've spic'd my span.
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''{The bow tie turns into a vampire bat and flies away with a Dracula-esque "bleh". Fade to black. Sickly Sam is now in a room with Marzipan, and the "Do a Dance" music is playing.}''
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''{The bow tie turns into a vampire bat and flies away with a Dracula-esque "bleh". Sickly Sam is now in a room with Marzipan, and the "Do a Dance" music is playing.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY MARZIPAN:'''  Come on, Jackson!  Cut yourself a slice of rug!  Let's turn those skeleton knees into bees' knees!
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'''MARZIPAN:'''  Come on, Jackson!  Cut yourself a slice of rug!  Let's turn those skeleton knees into bees' knees!
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''{Sickly Sam starts doing the Charleston.  After a short time his legs fall off, but he keeps dancing for a few seconds until his body falls to the ground. After a fade to black, Sickly Sam is on the football field with The Homestar Runner and Fort Wayne Locomotive.}''
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''{Sickly Sam starts doing the Charleston.  After a short time his legs fall off, but he keeps dancing for a few seconds until his body falls to the ground. Sickly Sam is now on the football field with The Homestar Runner and Fort Wayne Locomotive.}''
'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:'''  Say there, Fort Wayne Locomotive, how's about a pep talk?  Double-S here's about to go on his first date with a member of the opposite per-suasion.
'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:'''  Say there, Fort Wayne Locomotive, how's about a pep talk?  Double-S here's about to go on his first date with a member of the opposite per-suasion.
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'''FORT WAYNE LOCOMOTIVE:''' Well, I tell ya, Sickle Cell, when it comes to the ladies, you gotta turn and run the other way, like you're facin' the defense of the ''{holding flag}'' Sheboygan Booteaters! Dames is trouble! ''{spelling}'' T-R-U-double-E-bubble! ''{the letters "TRUEEBUBBLE" appear at the bottom of the screen as he says them}'' Hut one, hut two, and a hike!
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'''FORT WAYNE LOCOMOTIVE:''' Well, I tell ya, Sickle Cell, when it comes to the ladies, you gotta turn and run the other way, like you're facin' the defense of the ''{holding flag}'' Sheboygan Booteaters! Dames is trouble! T-R-U-double-E-Bubble! ''{the camera zooms in as he spells "trouble", and the letters appear at the bottom of the screen as he says them}'' Hut one, hut two, and a hike!
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''{Fort Wayne Locomotive hands a football to Sickly Sam and runs away, shouting gibberish. The football deflates in Sickly Sam's hands, and The Homestar Runner begins to walk away during a fade to black. Sickly Sam and The Homestar Runner are now in front of Bubs's cart, labeled "The Depot on Wheels!", with a handwritten sign reading "Fowlers 8bits/doz."}''
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''{Fort Wayne Locomotive hands a football to Sickly Sam and runs away, shouting gibberish. The football deflates in Sickly Sam's hands, and The Homestar Runner begins to walk away. Sickly Sam and The Homestar Runner are now in front of Bubs's cart, labeled "The Depot on Wheels!", with a handwritten sign reading "Fowlers 8bits/doz."}''
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'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' You're almost ready, Sickly Sam. Last thing you need is a reaaaaaaaaaaal... ''{The Homestar Runner's body begins to spin and his legs twist, pushing him upward. The camera cuts to a wider view as he keeps going up and off the panel, and he then abruptly snaps back down to the ground.}'' ...bouquet.
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'''THE HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' You're almost ready, Sickly Sam. Last thing you need is a reaaaaaaaaaaal... ''{The Homestar Runner's body begins to spin and his legs twist, pushing him upward. The camera zooms out as he keeps going up and off the panel, and he then abruptly snaps back down to the ground.}'' ...bouquet.
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'''OLD-TIMEY BUBS:''' Take a whiff.  
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'''BUBS:''' Take a whiff.  
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''{He holds the bouquet in front of Sickly Sam. He takes a whiff, causing the flowers to combust into flames and set the rest of the flowers on fire. The entire film catches fire and burns away from the screen. The soundtrack cuts out abruptly, and after a couple of seconds of white screen, the scene cuts to Strong Bad laughing evilly as The Homestar Runner and Marzipan, tied up and screaming, slowly move along a conveyor belt toward a giant spinning sawblade. The scene then changes to Sickly Sam wearing a little hat with a flower on it, holding a box of 'Chockle,' standing on a wooden boardwalk, with a Coney-Island-style amusement park on a pier in the sunset in the background. Two very fake-looking birds 'fly' by, one from the left and one from the right, hanging from wires.}''
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''{He holds the bouquet in front of Sickly Sam. He takes a whiff, causing the flowers to combust into flames and set the rest of the flowers on fire. The entire film catches fire and burns away from the screen. The soundtrack cuts out abruptly, and after a couple of seconds of white screen, the scene cuts to Strong Bad laughing evilly as The Homestar Runner and Marzipan, tied up, slowly move along a conveyor belt toward a giant spinning sawblade. The scene then disappears and we see Sickly Sam, wearing a little hat with a flower on it, holding a box of 'Chockle,' standing on a wooden boardwalk, with a Coney-Island-style amusement park on a pier in the sunset in the background. Two very fake-looking birds 'fly' by, one from the left and one from the right, hanging from wires.}''
'''SICKLY SAM:''' I'm havin' a time.
'''SICKLY SAM:''' I'm havin' a time.
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''{Cut to another section of the boardwalk, with Strong Bad, Strong Man, and The Sneak.}''
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''{Cut to another section of the boardwalk, with Strong Bad, Strong Man, and the Sneak.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' All right, boys! Remember the plan! Step One: give him the business!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' All right, boys! Remember the plan! Step One: give him the business!
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''{Strong Man flexes his muscles and The Sneak's nose wiggles sneakily.}''
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''{Strong Man flexes his muscles and the Sneak's nose wiggles sneakily.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' Step Two: cocktails in the parlor! We shan't get foiled again!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Step Two: cocktails in the parlor! We shan't get foiled again!
''{Strong Man exits stage left, jumping out of the side of the frame and into the frame with Sickly Sam. He crashes through the wooden boards, leaving a jagged hole, from which three board-mounted 'shark fins' roil and dance greedily, as if invisible wooden sharks were feeding on him.}''
''{Strong Man exits stage left, jumping out of the side of the frame and into the frame with Sickly Sam. He crashes through the wooden boards, leaving a jagged hole, from which three board-mounted 'shark fins' roil and dance greedily, as if invisible wooden sharks were feeding on him.}''
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'''SICKLY SAM:''' I can't say 'nough good things about this hole.
'''SICKLY SAM:''' I can't say 'nough good things about this hole.
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''{Camera moves to boardwalk railing, along which an angry The Sneak is sneaking, with a [[Big Knife]] held in his twirly tail. He poises his tail to strike like a scorpion, but is attacked by four wire-hung seagulls which caw and screech as they 'attack' him. They carry him into the distant background and drop him into the water. Cut to Strong Bad, who jumps into the frame from stage right and threatens Sickly Sam with a revolver as he speaks.}''
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''{Camera moves to boardwalk railing, along which the Sneak is sneaking, with a Big Knife held in his twirly tail. He poises his tail to strike like a scorpion, but is attacked by four wire-hung seagulls which caw and screech as they 'attack' him. They carry him into the distant background and drop him into the water. Cut to Strong Bad, who jumps into the frame from stage right and threatens Sickly Sam with a revolver as he speaks.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' Curses, you bone-legged boob! I'll pump you generously full of lead, shot at high velocity out of my pistola so as to pierce the flesh! Or in your case, the burlap sack!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Curses, you bone-legged boob! I'll pump you generously full of lead, shot at high velocity out of my pistola! So as to pierce the flesh! Or in your case, the burlap sack!
''{Sickly Sam reaches out an improbably long right arm, opens his mouth, and, seizing Strong Bad by the head, slowly swallows him feet first. Strong Bad flings his pistol into the water in surprise.}''
''{Sickly Sam reaches out an improbably long right arm, opens his mouth, and, seizing Strong Bad by the head, slowly swallows him feet first. Strong Bad flings his pistol into the water in surprise.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' Rrrah! I can't believe I'm being eaten! What a tragedy! I was supposed to sell you to the glue factory and whatnot!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Rrrah! I can't believe I'm being eaten! What a tragedy! I was supposed to sell you to the glue factory and whatnot!
''{Strong Bad is mustache-deep in Sickly Sam's mouth by now}''
''{Strong Bad is mustache-deep in Sickly Sam's mouth by now}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' I can't believe I'm still being eaten! This is taking so much longer than I expected!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' I can't believe I'm still being eaten! This is taking so much longer than I expected!
''{Cut to closeup of Sickly Sam}''
''{Cut to closeup of Sickly Sam}''
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''{Circle wipe from black screen to interior of Sickly Sam's torso. More dramatic organ music plays. There is a barrel, a shovel, a jug marked 'XXX,' and a Parcheesi board with a few tokens on it.}''
''{Circle wipe from black screen to interior of Sickly Sam's torso. More dramatic organ music plays. There is a barrel, a shovel, a jug marked 'XXX,' and a Parcheesi board with a few tokens on it.}''
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'''OLD-TIMEY STRONG BAD:''' Curses! All they've got in here is Parcheesi! Can't a gentle-man at least get a game of, say, pole-dagger, or Polynesian Roulette? What manner of uncivilized ribcage is this, anyways?
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Curses! All they've got in here is Parcheesi! Can't a gentle-man at least get a game of, say, pole-dagger, or Polynesian Roulette? What manner of uncivilized ribcage is this, anyways?
''{Fade out on Strong Bad shaking his fist in frustration. Organ music plays. Fade in on a smiling Sickly Sam standing in front of a glue factory. His left arm hugs a skinny, bony swaybacked horse with two enormous buck teeth, scraggly hair and a few strands of hair where a tail should be, wearing Far-Side-style ladies' glasses and a nametag labeled "Dee".}''
''{Fade out on Strong Bad shaking his fist in frustration. Organ music plays. Fade in on a smiling Sickly Sam standing in front of a glue factory. His left arm hugs a skinny, bony swaybacked horse with two enormous buck teeth, scraggly hair and a few strands of hair where a tail should be, wearing Far-Side-style ladies' glasses and a nametag labeled "Dee".}''
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*The Fort Wayne Locomotive refers to Sickly Sam as "[[Wikipedia:Sickle-cell disease|Sickle Cell]]", a group of genetic disorders that cause the red blood cells to take on a sickle-shape.
*The Fort Wayne Locomotive refers to Sickly Sam as "[[Wikipedia:Sickle-cell disease|Sickle Cell]]", a group of genetic disorders that cause the red blood cells to take on a sickle-shape.
*A [[Wikipedia:Dentifrice|dentifrice]] is a means of maintaining oral hygiene, such as toothpaste or mouthwash.
*A [[Wikipedia:Dentifrice|dentifrice]] is a means of maintaining oral hygiene, such as toothpaste or mouthwash.
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*[[Wikipedia:Asbestos|Asbestos]] is a mineral compound that was used to make things like roofing, fireproofing and gaskets. After discovering asbestos fibers can cause serious illnesses, they have been banned from many countries since the mid-1980s. In the early 20th century, theater curtains often had "ASBESTOS" written on them, to show they were fireproof.
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*[[Wikipedia:Asbestos|Asbestos]] is a mineral compound that was used to make things like roofing, fireproofing and gaskets. After discovering asbestos fibers can cause serious illnesses, they have been banned from many countries since the mid-1980s.
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* [[Wikipedia:Sheboygan, Wisconsin|Sheboygan]] is a city in the state of [[Wikipedia:Wisconsin|Wisconsin]]. There is also a [[Wikipedia:Cheboygan, Michigan|Cheboygan]], [[Wikipedia:Michigan|Michigan]]. The city of Cheboygan is the county seat of Cheboygan County.
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* [[Wikipedia: Sheboygan, Wisconsin|Sheboygan]] is a city in the state of [[Wikipedia:Wisconsin|Wisconsin]].
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*"Dressed to the five and three-quarterses" is a toned-down version of [[Wiktionary:dressed to the nines|dressed to the nines]]. The phrase refers to someone who is sharply dressed.
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*Dressed to the five and three-quarters is a toned-down version of [[Wiktionary:dressed to the nines|dressed to the nines]]. The phrase refers to someone who is sharply dressed.
*Selling Sickly Sam to the glue factory refers to the practice of using animal connective tissue and bones to make [[Wikipedia:Animal glue|animal glue]].  The animal in question is usually a [[horse]].
*Selling Sickly Sam to the glue factory refers to the practice of using animal connective tissue and bones to make [[Wikipedia:Animal glue|animal glue]].  The animal in question is usually a [[horse]].
*Early 20th century films would be partially colorized in some parts of certain scenes for emphasis. This colorization would have to be done after the film was already made.
*Early 20th century films would be partially colorized in some parts of certain scenes for emphasis. This colorization would have to be done after the film was already made.
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*"[[Wikipedia:Two bits|8 bits]]" is slang expression for "one dollar".
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*"[[Wikipedia:Two_bits|8 bits]]" is slang expression for "one dollar".
*To "[http://www.usingenglish.com/reference/idioms/cut+a+rug.html cut a rug]" is a slang expression meaning "to dance".
*To "[http://www.usingenglish.com/reference/idioms/cut+a+rug.html cut a rug]" is a slang expression meaning "to dance".
*"[[wiktionary:bee's knees|The bee's knees]]" is a slang expression used to denote something outstanding or excellent.
*"[[wiktionary:bee's knees|The bee's knees]]" is a slang expression used to denote something outstanding or excellent.
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*This is the first full Old-Timey cartoon to not include [[Fat Dudley]] in the storyline.
*This is the first full Old-Timey cartoon to not include [[Fat Dudley]] in the storyline.
*This is the first cartoon in which [[Fort Wayne Locomotive]] says anything.
*This is the first cartoon in which [[Fort Wayne Locomotive]] says anything.
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**This is the first time the Fort Wayne Locomotive is made an official Old-Timey character, having previously been a background character. It is also the first time his name is officially used in a cartoon. The only other time he had been referred to by that name was in the commentary for [[Ballad of the Sneak]].
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**This is the first time the Fort Wayne Locomotive is made an official 1936 character, having previously been a background character. It is also the first time his name is officially used in a cartoon. The only other time he had been referred to by that name was in the commentary for [[Ballad of the Sneak]].
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*This cartoon reveals that [[The Sneak]] can indeed talk, or at least sing.
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*This cartoon reveals that [[The Sneak]] can indeed talk.
===Remarks===
===Remarks===
*In the [[TV Time Toons Menu]]'s preview of the toon, the bouquets are completely black and white, whilst in the toon, they are partially pink.
*In the [[TV Time Toons Menu]]'s preview of the toon, the bouquets are completely black and white, whilst in the toon, they are partially pink.
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*"Based on the vaudeville stylings of Wibe Chimendez" sounds similar to "based on the comedic stylings of [[Lil' Strong Bad]]" from [[theme song]] and [[stand up]].
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*"Based on the vaudeville stylings of Wibe Chimendez" sounds similar to "based on the comedic stylings of [[Lil' Strong Bad]]" from [[theme song]].
*As The Homestar Runner gets the telegram it says "SUPER MODERN TELEGRAM," but as he reads it it says "HONEST TELEGRAM."
*As The Homestar Runner gets the telegram it says "SUPER MODERN TELEGRAM," but as he reads it it says "HONEST TELEGRAM."
*The first color films appeared in the late 1920s, but experimental color films (which this resembles) with only part of the scene colorized or tinted, were done as early as the first decade of the 20th century.
*The first color films appeared in the late 1920s, but experimental color films (which this resembles) with only part of the scene colorized or tinted, were done as early as the first decade of the 20th century.
*Fort Wayne Locomotive pulls the Sheboygan Booteaters flag out of [[hammerspace]].
*Fort Wayne Locomotive pulls the Sheboygan Booteaters flag out of [[hammerspace]].
*In the Honest Telegram, the word (STOP) is placed at the end of each line. This is syntactically incorrect, for (STOP) was used to indicate a period in telegrams (since punctuation marks cost extra), causing each line to be a sentence in itself. Also, the period in the last line makes the (STOP) redundant.
*In the Honest Telegram, the word (STOP) is placed at the end of each line. This is syntactically incorrect, for (STOP) was used to indicate a period in telegrams (since punctuation marks cost extra), causing each line to be a sentence in itself. Also, the period in the last line makes the (STOP) redundant.
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*At the beginning, Sickly Sam is found sleeping in a box labelled "Some Hams". This is a [[spoonerism]] of "Sam's Home".
 
===Goofs===
===Goofs===
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*Old-Timey Strong Bad's outline is visible on Sickly Sam and on the boardwalk when he is being eaten.
*Old-Timey Strong Bad's outline is visible on Sickly Sam and on the boardwalk when he is being eaten.
**Plus, in the close-up of the being eaten, his shoe lines are visible through his other shoe.
**Plus, in the close-up of the being eaten, his shoe lines are visible through his other shoe.
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*During the scene in the Saw Mill, a little part of Marzipan's eye vanishes on alternate frames.
 
===Inside References===
===Inside References===
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* Old-Timey Strong Bad's pistol, last seen in [[Parsnips A-Plenty]], is another instance of [[guns]].
* Old-Timey Strong Bad's pistol, last seen in [[Parsnips A-Plenty]], is another instance of [[guns]].
* "The Homestar Runner Progrum" is another instance of a [[progrum]].
* "The Homestar Runner Progrum" is another instance of a [[progrum]].
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* Old-Timey Strong Bad is named at his introduction as a "thousandaire", which was also mentioned in [[suntan]].
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* Old-Timey Strong Bad is named at his introduction as a "thousandaire", a reference to [[suntan]].
* The toon is based on the vaudeville stylings of Wibe [[A. Chimendez|Chimendez]].
* The toon is based on the vaudeville stylings of Wibe [[A. Chimendez|Chimendez]].
* Sickly Sam does the same dance he did in [[Ballad of the Sneak]], the [[Wikipedia: Charleston (dance)| Charleston]].
* Sickly Sam does the same dance he did in [[Ballad of the Sneak]], the [[Wikipedia: Charleston (dance)| Charleston]].
* Sickly Sam is seen in a [[cardboard box]].
* Sickly Sam is seen in a [[cardboard box]].
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* Old-Timey Strong Bad, The Sneak and the Strong Man hide in a garbage can with [[bike thief|cartoon eyeholes]].
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* Old-Timey Strong Bad, The Sneak and the Strong Man hide in a garbage can with [[bike thief|cartoon eyeholes]]
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* Sickly Sam eating Strong Bad is another instance of [[characters being eaten]].
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* Sickly Sam eating Strong Bad is another instance of [[Eating Non-food Items]].
* The flower cart is called a "Depot on Wheels" because Old-Timey Bubs was previously seen staffing the [[Parsnip Depot]] in Parsnips A-Plenty.
* The flower cart is called a "Depot on Wheels" because Old-Timey Bubs was previously seen staffing the [[Parsnip Depot]] in Parsnips A-Plenty.
* Fort Wayne Locomotive gives advice about women and relationships, as does his modern counterpart, [[Coach Z]], in [[In Search of the Yello Dello]].
* Fort Wayne Locomotive gives advice about women and relationships, as does his modern counterpart, [[Coach Z]], in [[In Search of the Yello Dello]].
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* The show being in "a color!" is an example of using the [[singular instead of plural]].
 
===Real-World References===
===Real-World References===
* "C'mon Jackson, cut yourself a slice of rug!" is a quote from the 1945 [[Looney Tunes]] cartoon [[Wikipedia:Hare Tonic|Hare Tonic]] with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd.
* "C'mon Jackson, cut yourself a slice of rug!" is a quote from the 1945 [[Looney Tunes]] cartoon [[Wikipedia:Hare Tonic|Hare Tonic]] with Bugs Bunny and Elmer Fudd.
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*The note on the side of the Honest Telegram "X-11ish" a reference to [[wikipedia:X_Window_System|X11 Window System]]. The telegram also contains an ambiguous [[wikipedia:Truth_table|Truth Table]].
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*The note on the side of the Honest Telegram "X-11ish" a reference to [[wikipedia:X_Window_System|X-11 Window System]]. The telegram also contains an ambiguous [[wikipedia:Truth_table|Truth Table]].
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*The sound and side-to-side movements of The Fort Wayne Locomotive are identical to those of the player in the handheld game [http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Tiger/ElectronicFootball.htm Tiger Electronic Football].
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*The sound and side-to-side movements of The Fort Wayne Locomotive are identical to those of the player in the handheld game [http://www.handheldmuseum.com/Tiger/ElectronicFootball.htm Tiger Electronic Football]
* "And The Rest" at the end of the introduction of characters is a reference to the theme of the first season of [[wikipedia:Gilligan's Island|Gilligan's Island]].
* "And The Rest" at the end of the introduction of characters is a reference to the theme of the first season of [[wikipedia:Gilligan's Island|Gilligan's Island]].
*[[Wikipedia:Spic and Span|Spic and Span]] is a cleaning product marketed by [[Wikipedia:Procter & Gamble|Procter & Gamble]] from 1945 to 2001.  The name was derived from a phrase meaning "extremely clean".
*[[Wikipedia:Spic and Span|Spic and Span]] is a cleaning product marketed by [[Wikipedia:Procter & Gamble|Procter & Gamble]] from 1945 to 2001.  The name was derived from a phrase meaning "extremely clean".
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*The line "I've finally found the love of a lifetime" is taken from the 1991 song [[Wikipedia:Love_of_a_Lifetime|"Love of A Lifetime"]] by American rock band [[Wikipedia:Firehouse_(band)|FireHouse]].
 
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*The term "short children" is used once again in [[Strong Badia the Free]] in the end credits rendition of [[Protest Song]].
 
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*[[Forum:13557|forum thread re: Sickly Sam's Big Outing]]
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