Strong Sad and Homsar's Relationship

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"Just a couple more days, I swear!"

Strong Sad and Homsar's relationship is usually easy-going. They often hang out with each other and there are only a few instances where Strong Sad disapproves of Homsar's behavior. Interestingly, although Strong Sad seems to be the most rational character in the cast, he is apparently unaware of the blatant impossibility of much of what Homsar does, as seen in the beginning of the DNA Evidence cartoon, where Homsar duplicates the sound of a murmuring crowd merely by holding his mouth open. Then again, he may simply not feel it necessary to bring it up.

Strong Sad and Homsar getting along

Strong Sad not pleased with Homsar

  • Where's The Cheat? — Strong Sad seems annoyed by Homsar implying that he doesn't know what game they're playing.
  • Strong Sad's Lament — Strong Sad says he doesn't want to go to Homsar's party.
  • Homsar Main Page — Strong Sad tells Homsar he "doesn't think this is a very good idea" for Homsar to be "up there", referring to the place where all menu characters stand.
  • Strong Badia the Free — Strong Sad follows Strong Bad to the Homsar Reservation, but complains the entire time and wants to leave. He says, of the "Homsar people", that "they're weird, and they talk funny". If Strong Sad and Homsar are on the same space during the Maps & Minions game at the end, Strong Sad becomes so perplexed that he can't move.
  • Doomy Tales of the Macabre — Strong Sad calls Homsar a weirdo and drops a Heavy Gourd on him.

Homsar assumed to be not pleased with Strong Sad

  • DNA Evidence — When Strong Sad pulls the DNA Evidence and starts laughing, Homsar is still there. In the DVD commentary, it is referenced, in at that moment, it is mentioned that Homsar "wins". This is because he was able to find out the truth of the DNA Evidence. However, it could be possible he is or was unable to warn or speak about the fact in an intelligible way.

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