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    <line start="15" end="91" speaker="strongbad">I got miles and miles of the e-mail style. Miles and miles of the e-mail style.</line>
    <line start="98" end="137" speaker="strongbad">"Dear Strong Bad, My friends are radio hosts."</line>
    <line start="139" end="198" speaker="strongbad">"Any chance you could give them any pointers on what they can say-slash-do on their show?"</line>
    <line start="205" end="244" speaker="strongbad">"bowing to you, Fraser, Scotland"</line>
    <line start="248" end="286" speaker="strongbad">Oh, no need to bow, Fraser. G-Get up.</line>
    <line start="290" end="379" speaker="strongbad">Rise, my son. And giveth me instead, $7.50 with which to buy some buffalo chicken tenders.</line>
    <line start="391" end="431" speaker="strongbad">So your "friends" are radio show hosts, huh?</line>
    <line start="434" end="517" speaker="strongbad">Well, the first rule of thumb for all radio personalities is to look absolutely nothing like how they sound.</line>
    <line start="520" end="550" speaker="strongbad">Take Ol' Greystoke for instance.</line>
    <line start="556" end="595" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Now here's a whiny know-it-all who sounds just like he looks.</line>
    <line start="596" end="613" speaker="strongsad">Why thank you, Senator.</line>
    <line start="615" end="671" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Quit calling me that. Anyway, if Strong Sad was a radio host, he'd sound like this:</line>
    <line start="672" end="743" speaker="strongsad"><em>(spontaneous, radio host voice)</em> Hey hey hey, it's the Deathly Pallor, coming at you on numbitty 902, WA3D FM, "The Sturge."</line>
    <line start="744" end="785" speaker="strongsad">Coming up next, we got some hot new tracks from double-O ballyhoo!</line>
    <line start="786" end="798" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover" sfx="sfx">laughs</line>
    <line start="799" end="822" speaker="strongsad"><em>(normal voice)</em> Don't you ever make me do that again!</line>
    <line start="824" end="857" speaker="strongbad">So once they've got the voice/appearance mismatch working,</line>
    <line start="860" end="897" speaker="strongbad">then it all just depends on what kind of radio station they work for.</line>
    <line start="901" end="949" speaker="strongbad">Listen and loin as I run my test sentence through the various genres.</line>
    <line start="950" end="1005" speaker="announcer">Strong Bad's test sentence is "The fish was delish and it made quite a dish."</line>
    <line start="1010" end="1060" speaker="strongbad">First up is public radio: smooth n' smarmy.</line>
    <line start="1061" end="1094" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Today on Capitol Hill, the fish was delish,</line>
    <line start="1096" end="1148" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">and according to U.N. secretary council members, it made quite a dish.</line>
    <line start="1152" end="1187" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">You are listening to member-supported public radio.</line>
    <line start="1205" end="1245" speaker="marzipan">Dang old public radio. I never got my tote bag.</line>
    <line start="1252" end="1286" speaker="strongbad">Next up is the drive time morning show.</line>
    <line start="1291" end="1337" speaker="strongbad">Oooh, these guys are like bad stand up comics that you can't heckle.</line>
    <line start="1343" end="1387" speaker="strongbad">Or jeckle. Or throw highball glasses at.</line>
    <line start="1424" end="1470" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Rise and shine, people! The fish was delish.</line>
    <line start="1471" end="1494" speaker="sfx">canned laughter</line>
    <line start="1495" end="1513" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Wait for it, wait for it!</line>
    <line start="1515" end="1531" speaker="sfx">clowny sounds</line>
    <line start="1532" end="1555" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">And it made quite a dish.</line>
    <line start="1577" end="1616" speaker="homestar">All right, squawk box! Shut it up about the fish already.</line>
    <line start="1617" end="1650" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">I guess that's the way the cookie crumbles.</line>
    <line start="1663" end="1672" speaker="homestar">Highball!</line>
    <line start="1685" end="1722" speaker="strongbad">Then, there's the utter misery that is college radio.</line>
    <line start="1726" end="1794" speaker="strongbad">Where they apparently just let any bewildered freshman wander into the booth and try to run a radio station.</line>
    <line start="1812" end="1899" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Uh, that, that was "The fish was delish" and we heard... track...</line>
    <line start="1904" end="1942" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">six... "It Made Quite a Dish."</line>
    <line start="1953" end="2042" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Um... Ca...campus outreach is looking for... Hang on...</line>
    <line start="2068" end="2161" speaker="strongbad">College radio can pretty much be summed up in 5 words: Dead air, um, dead air.</line>
    <line start="2164" end="2311" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Okay, I am out of here for today, bu-but, um, but first up is an, um, er... an... an hour of chanting.</line>
    <line start="2320" end="2374" speaker="sfx">a chant plays</line>
    <line start="2377" end="2461" speaker="strongbad">And just in case your friends are um, in the past: here's old-timey radio.</line>
    <line start="2471" end="2534" speaker="oldstrongbad" voiceover="voiceover">This week on The Fish Was Delish progrum, brought to you by Portly Washboy laundry paste,</line>
    <line start="2536" end="2592" speaker="oldstrongbad" voiceover="voiceover">we join The Fish down at the wharfs as he closes in on the Quite a Dish gang's hideout.</line>
    <line start="2595" end="2617" speaker="oldstrongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Stay tuned for partial excitement.</line>
    <line start="2625" end="2679" speaker="singers" voiceover="voiceover">Portly Washboy: Don't eat it like the cartoon, man.</line>
    <line start="2686" end="2777" speaker="strongbad">Done and done, Fraser. Your friends should be well on their way to annoying drivers and gas station attendants the world over.</line>
    <line start="2782" end="2845" speaker="strongbad">Ooh! And see if you can score me some free coozies, frisbees, or bottle openers from their station.</line>
    <line start="2849" end="2893" speaker="strongbad">Those free giveaways: highly flammable.</line>
    <line start="2920" end="2944" speaker="oldstrongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Stay tuned for partial excitement!</line>
    <line start="2956" end="2972">
        <oldstrongbad>Drat and double drat! It's true what they say!</oldstrongbad>
        <singers voiceover="voiceover" volume="0.8">Portly Washboy:</singers></line>
    <line start="2973" end="2995">
        <oldstrongbad>Drat and double drat! It's true what they say!</oldstrongbad>
        <singers voiceover="voiceover" volume="0.8">Don't eat it like the cartoon, man.</singers></line>
    <line start="2998" end="3047">
        <oldstrongbad>The rah-dio really does add four and twenty stone to one's voice!</oldstrongbad></line>
    <line start="3059" end="3133" speaker="strongsad">Oh, I disagree! I think it's more than just a matter of simple economics. In fact, I'd say</line>
    <line start="3135" end="3183" speaker="strongsad"><em>(radio host voice)</em> Oh, yeah! What's the phrase that pays that plays for days?</line>
    <line start="3184" end="3241" speaker="strongsad">It's numbitty-nine-oh-two, "The Sturge." Don't you touch that ZABITTABLOUGH!</line>
    <line start="3245" end="3259" speaker="strongmad">ZABITTABLOUGH?</line>
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