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  • Prison
    [[File:Prison.png|thumb|"You gotta get us out of the joint, man."]] …nner]] body of work, there have been times characters have been sent to '''prison''' or '''jail''' or have referenced them.
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  • Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon
    …dia:Shiv (weapon)|shiv]]" is an improvised sharp knife-like weapon made in prison. …ies for someone to bake a cake with a file in it and give it to someone in prison so that they can use the file to break out.
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  • Where's The Cheat?
    *To be shanked is prison-speak for being stabbed, usually with a homemade weapon.
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  • The Cheat
    [[Image:FleaPrisonRiot.png|thumb|[[retirement|Flea Prison Riot!]]]]
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  • video games
    '''STRONG BAD:''' Email is like a prison. A prison with no walls... and no toilet. …nd says "Whoa... Somebody on the inside," he is talking about the famous [[prison]] on [[Wikipedia:Alcatraz Island|Alcatraz Island]] (which actually hasn't …
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  • stupid stuff
    …ER:''' Only liars and thieves eat [[Grumblecakes]], and those people go to prison. Just ask The Cheat! …T:''' ''{The Cheat noises; translation in subtitles:}'' Those people go to prison!
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  • Thorax Corporation
    …, females. Violations of this contract are punishable by up to 12 times in prison or 2 hours in the hall closet (whichever comes first). Gent even claims to… cut up your family, but then we'd go to PRISON! Why resist? Open your
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  • Free Country, USA
    …ed up by [[The Poopsmith]], as seen in [[disconnected]]. A more legitimate prison apparently exists, as [[Coach Z]] (and later [[Strong Sad]]) both end up i…
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  • Bubs' Concession Stand
    **[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]]: "BRAINBLOW CITY PRISON" …dogs with files hidden in them to himself, back when the stand was a "tiny prison" and Bubs was the only inmate. A standoff scene also takes place on top of…
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  • Hallrunner
    *Some of the obstacles include [[Parents|your mother]], [[coffee]], a [[prison]]er, a [[Sea Creatures|shark]], and swing-[[dancing]].
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  • Strong Bad is a Bad Guy
    '''STRONG BAD:''' I'd want mine to look like a prison tattoo that you carved out yourself with a spoon and some soap. …hat "you carved out yourself with a spoon and some soap" refers to the old prison cliché of carving weapons out of soap.
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  • Grumblecakes
    …umb|220px|"Only liars and thieves eat Grumblecakes, and those people go to prison. Just ask The Cheat."]] …nd thieves eat them, and, according to [[The Cheat]], those people go to [[prison]]. They nevertheless seem pretty popular, at least with [[Homestar Runner|…
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  • Jack Hamma!
    …ates who received files baked into cakes or bread to help them escape from prison. In older prisons, one could simply file through the steel window bars.
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  • Glossary
    …] claims, "Only liars and thieves eat Grumblecakes, and those people go to prison."
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  • Blue Laser
    *[[2 Part Episode: Part 2]] — After being freed from prison by the ex-Cheat Commandos and [[the Topplegangers]], Blue Laser Commander …
    7 KB (1079 words) - 23:46, 20 October 2018
  • time capsule
    :and those people go to prison<br>
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  • Reynold
    …vealed in [[2 Part Episode: Part 1]] that Reynold's "office" is actually a prison cell containing only a toilet; Reynold is locked in there for months at a …
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  • Baron Darin Diamonocle
    …l Projective]], a reformed Diamonocle, while behind bars at Brainblow City Prison, gives information to Dangeresque so that the hero could rescue [[Cutesy B… … Brainblow City Prison. As it turns out, though, Diamonocle really took to prison life well, claiming that "getting shivved repeatedly in the yard really pu…
    2 KB (323 words) - 19:58, 29 April 2016
  • Toilets
    …The [[Strong Bad Email Intros|email intro]] is, "Email is like a prison. A prison with no walls... and no toilet."
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  • Jail
    {{about|location}} {{for|concept of wrongdoers being locked up|Prison}}
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  • strongbad email.exe Disc Three
    …I and may constitute a felony with maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
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  • strongbad email.exe Disc Two
    …I and may constitute a felony with maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
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  • Email Intros
    94. [[video games]] '''STRONG BAD:''' Email is like a prison. A prison with no walls. And no toilet.
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  • strongbad email.exe Disc One
    …I and may constitute a felony with maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
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  • Teen Girl Squad Locations
    =====Prison===== This is the prison that [[So and So]], [[Minor Teen Girl Squad Characters#C-dogg and Naptime|…
    15 KB (2357 words) - 06:58, 21 April 2019
  • PhoneTime XL8
    …. [[Strong Bad]] managed to leave a prank call on this machine from [[Jail|prison]] using a can and some string in [[Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon]] (much l…
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  • Where's an Egg?
    … the area they were in, and the main character is shown in Siberia wearing prison clothes and a ball-and-chain. He quickly turns into a skeleton.
    15 KB (2529 words) - 04:36, 16 June 2019
  • Strong Bad Email Intros
    | style="text-align: left;" | Email is like a prison. A prison with no walls... and no toilet.
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  • Television Sightings
    …s allowed to roam free because he's white but Strong Bad stays at the SWAT prison due to being a Mexican wrestler. Homsar ends the sketch by saying "DaaAAAa…
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  • Unseen Characters
    …nor Teen Girl Squad Characters#C-dogg and Naptime|Rubble D]], presumably a prison inmate from [[Teen Girl Squad Issue 11]].
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  • The Cheatcakes
    [[Image:TheCheatCakes.png|thumb|right|220px|You won't go to prison if you eat these.]] …his is followed by The Cheat stating, in his language, "Those people go to prison!"
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  • Everything Else, Volume 1
    … and may constitute a felony with a maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
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  • strongbad email.exe Disc Four
    …I and may constitute a felony with maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
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  • Strong Libs
    …AME)'', THE WAR WALRUS. ONCE EVERY ''(NUMBER)'' YEARS HE IS FREED FROM HIS PRISON IN THE ''(NEWSCASTER)'' ZONE. HE WILL BRING ''(PLURAL NOUN)'' AND ''(PLURA…
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  • Grumblecakes (video)
    and those people go to prison<br>
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  • Minor Teen Girl Squad Characters
    C-dogg and Naptime share a prison cell with So and So. It's not clear which inmate is which. Rubble D is app…
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  • The Cheat Other Costumes
    |[[Image:The Cheat chains.PNG|150px|PRISON RIOT'D!]] || In chains || Email [[retirement]]
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  • Everything Else, Volume 2
    … and may constitute a felony with a maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
    7 KB (1094 words) - 05:45, 19 December 2018
  • Minor Foods
    … follows: "Only liars and thieves eat Grumblecakes, and those people go to prison. Just ask The Cheat."
    38 KB (6024 words) - 03:07, 11 October 2018
  • portrait
    …tner to make him a [[macaroni]] picture, because he would probably go to [[prison|jail]].
    24 KB (4135 words) - 14:09, 13 June 2019
  • Strong Bad's Technology
    …ed a working telephone from the canister marked "eww" in the cardboard box prison.
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  • Floppy Disk Container
    …eleased by Sierra in 1988. Jessie Bains, aka The Death Angel, escapes from prison and kidnaps Sonny Bond's girlfriend. Determined to get revenge, he flees t…
    78 KB (12149 words) - 00:07, 13 June 2019
  • Teen Girl Squad Issue 11
    **It's also a real-world reference regarding the stereotype that most prison inmates smoke and use cigarettes as a form of currency. *So and So goes to [[prison]] for her crimes.
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  • Mottos and Slogans
    *"Those people go to prison!" &mdash; [[stupid stuff]], [[time capsule]]
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  • Carnival Tent
    *[[The Cheat]]'s Flea Prison Riot Image:FleaPrisonRiot.png|<center>The Cheat's Flea Prison Riot</center>
    867 B (121 words) - 19:55, 20 April 2019
  • retirement
    '''STRONG BAD:''' Gather strong at The Cheat's Flea Prison Riot! …is fur, where a number of small black dots are rioting and squabbling. The prison has some flames coming out of the windows, and a siren is heard. Cut back …
    46 KB (8043 words) - 03:13, 25 March 2019
  • Fan Costumes '06
    …ozen margaracheatas again? Ah, The Cheat's hot mom. Always in and out of prison. *The Cheat's [[hot mom]] is said to be always "in and out of [[prison]]."
    11 KB (1894 words) - 01:30, 29 May 2019
  • H*R.com updates 2007
    *[[Weekly Fanstuff]]: [[Weekly Fanstuff 2007#WF-2007-06-07|prison tattoo]]
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  • Cake
    …s: celebrating birthdays, apologizing to those one has wronged, concealing prison-escape equipment, and so forth.
    4 KB (604 words) - 10:58, 24 March 2019
  • Crimes Committed by Strong Bad
    ==Prison Escape==
    24 KB (3792 words) - 22:49, 21 February 2019
  • strongbad email.exe Disc Five
    … and may constitute a felony with a maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.
    9 KB (1447 words) - 05:07, 10 November 2017

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