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     <line start="1487" end="1507" speaker="homestar">No, not singing.</line>
     <line start="1487" end="1507" speaker="homestar">No, not singing.</line>
     <line start="1512" end="1565" speaker="homestar">When you spin my buzzer, it plays the theme from <cite>Night Court</cite> starring Richard Moll.</line>
     <line start="1512" end="1565" speaker="homestar">When you spin my buzzer, it plays the theme from <cite>Night Court</cite> starring Richard Moll.</line>
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     <line start="1569" end="1591" speaker="homestar">And it's custom-installed.</line>
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     <line start="1569" end="1591" speaker="homestar">Had it custom-installed.</line>
     <line start="1622" end="1642" speaker="homestar">Now what are you <em>(still rhyming with "boing")</em> "doing?"</line>
     <line start="1622" end="1642" speaker="homestar">Now what are you <em>(still rhyming with "boing")</em> "doing?"</line>
     <line start="1645" end="1674" speaker="strongbad">Oh, I'm just tricking out my fist here.</line>
     <line start="1645" end="1674" speaker="strongbad">Oh, I'm just tricking out my fist here.</line>

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    <line start="15" end="86" speaker="strongbad">The views expressed in the following email show do not necessarily reflect the opinions of anybody cool.</line>
    <line start="91" end="114"><strongbad>Oh, except me.</strongbad> <strongbad volume="0.8">I'm cool.</strongbad></line>
    <line start="122" end="177" speaker="strongbad">"Dear Strong Bad, Do you Have a car If you do what Kind of car is it."</line>
    <line start="181" end="253" speaker="strongbad">"Is it Pimpèd OUt? From Kyle in West Point, NY (Military Base)"</line>
    <line start="261" end="328" speaker="strongbad">Oh, good one Kyle. Like I don't get two jillion of these emails every two jillion seconds.</line>
    <line start="330" end="375" speaker="strongbad">Er. Wait. Would that be so bad? Hmmm.</line>
    <line start="378" end="408" speaker="strongbad">I'll have to ask Gron Sad about that later on.</line>
    <line start="410" end="447" speaker="strongbad">Maybe write in to 'Popular Science' about it.</line>
    <line start="453" end="491" speaker="strongbad">"<em>Popular Science</em>." No such thing, man.</line>
    <line start="500" end="537" speaker="strongbad">More like, "Nerdular Nerdence."</line>
    <line start="542" end="607" speaker="strongbad">Anydangway, to properly make an example out of both you, and your email's butts,</line>
    <line start="611" end="665" speaker="strongbad">I'm going to whip out an old classic move of mine, and hit you with a little uhhhh</line>
    <line start="666" end="693" speaker="strongbad">digga digga digga digga digga digga DEL-</line>
    <line start="694" end="707" speaker="homestar">Hup-tup-tup-tup-tup.</line>
    <line start="712" end="801" speaker="homestar">Allow me to save this email from a tired old Strong Bad joke by showing all y'alls my new tricked out propeller cap.</line>
    <line start="807" end="826" speaker="strongbad">What are you doing?</line>
    <line start="830" end="862" speaker="homestar">Ummm... Did you just say <em>(rhyming with "boing")</em> "doing"?</line>
    <line start="865" end="916" speaker="strongbad">What? No. Doo-ing. I said, "What are you doo-ing?".</line>
    <line start="920" end="945" speaker="homestar">Oh. Well, you spelled it the same.</line>
    <line start="946" end="953" speaker="strongbad">Wha-ga...?!</line>
    <line start="954" end="989" speaker="homestar">Anyways, on to my cool words I had to say.</line>
    <line start="993" end="1027" speaker="homestar">First, check out all my hydraulics.</line>
    <line start="1058" end="1068" speaker="homestar">And a little...</line>
    <line start="1120" end="1137" speaker="homestar">And everybody loves...</line>
    <line start="1163" end="1191" speaker="homestar">Now turn the lights down low.</line>
    <line start="1205" end="1229" speaker="homestar">Sweetish ground effects.</line>
    <line start="1237" end="1254" speaker="homestar">And the koop de grace,</line>
    <line start="1262" end="1274" speaker="homestar">Spin my buzzer.</line>
    <line start="1277" end="1286" speaker="strongbad">Your what?</line>
    <line start="1289" end="1314" speaker="homestar">My buzzer. Give it a spin.</line>
    <line start="1316" end="1340" speaker="strongbad">Oh, why am I doing this?</line>
    <line start="1342" end="1358" speaker="homestar">Oh, you said <em>(rhyming with "boing")</em> "doing" again.</line>
    <line start="1360" end="1370" speaker="strongbad" sfx="sfx">frustrated noises</line>
    <line start="1384" end="1458" speaker="homestar">Dooooo, doo doo doo dooooooooo. Dooo doot doot doot doot! Doo da doo da doo. Doo doot!</line>
    <line start="1459" end="1486" speaker="strongbad">Now you're singing the theme from <cite>Night Court</cite>?</line>
    <line start="1487" end="1507" speaker="homestar">No, not singing.</line>
    <line start="1512" end="1565" speaker="homestar">When you spin my buzzer, it plays the theme from <cite>Night Court</cite> starring Richard Moll.</line>
    <line start="1569" end="1591" speaker="homestar">Had it custom-installed.</line>
    <line start="1622" end="1642" speaker="homestar">Now what are you <em>(still rhyming with "boing")</em> "doing?"</line>
    <line start="1645" end="1674" speaker="strongbad">Oh, I'm just tricking out my fist here.</line>
    <line start="1676" end="1719" speaker="homestar">Oh cool. What's it going to say? 2-E-Z?</line>
    <line start="1721" end="1749" speaker="homestar">Or, like, NEVA-DIE?</line>
    <line start="1752" end="1764" speaker="strongbad">No, it says this.</line>
    <line start="1778" end="1820" speaker="homestar">Strong Bad, they spelled that backwards. You need to take that thing back right—</line>
    <line start="1842" end="1895" speaker="homestar">Ooohh-oooh. Thank you once again for my pies.</line>
    <line start="1897" end="1947" speaker="homestar">I spent particular effort on the Crème Bernard.</line>
    <line start="1951" end="1973" speaker="strongbad">Well, that straightens everything out, right?</line>
    <line start="1978" end="2046" speaker="strongbad">As for you, Kyle, I don't have a car. You ever see me in a car? No! Bye.</line>
    <line start="2053" end="2080" speaker="strongbad">Talk to my man with the green and white stripes!</line>
    <line start="2080" end="2095" speaker="thepaper">Preeeeow!</line>

    <line start="2117" end="2130" speaker="strongbad">Hey! Gron Sad!</line>
    <line start="2132" end="2151" speaker="strongsad">Why do you keep calling me that?</line>
    <line start="2152" end="2172" speaker="strongbad">I dunno... change of pace.</line>
    <line start="2178" end="2248" speaker="strongbad">Anyways, how many emails would it be if you got, like, two jillion emails every two jillion seconds?</line>
    <line start="2250" end="2274" speaker="strongbad">Like, a lot, or a little?</line>
    <line start="2275" end="2306" speaker="strongsad">Jillion is not a real unit of measure!</line>
    <line start="2310" end="2324" speaker="strongbad">Whatever, NERD!</line>
    <line start="2327" end="2348" speaker="strongsad">'S'right! Say it again!</line>
    <line start="2368" end="2426" speaker="homestar">It's such a lovely gathering of pies and pie people...</line>
    <line start="2430" end="2490" speaker="homestar">Like to give a shout-out to Lemon Pretend over there...</line>
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