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[edit] Rename

Someone claims there was a private rename of this toon. StarFox 02:31, 26 October 2018 (UTC)

All of the uploads to homestarrunnerdotcom are uploaded with the file name of the video that The Brothers Chaps keep on their compy and changed immediately afterwards. (In this case it was stackem promo) Due to the fact that they're just ad interim names, they're not of any trivial value. (Unless there was another renaming of the video that I'm unaware of) - Catjaz63 04:31, 26 October 2018 (UTC)
Everything is of trivial value, Chauncey. There are no minutiae minute enough that someone won't obsess about them. The question is the extent to which you want to indulge these Extreme Gregs. I say the line is fine where it is. But what do I know, I don't even have a name. - Tildefour 18:51, 29 May 2020 (UTC)

[edit] Hey Jies

Why are we taking it on face value that the narrator's name is Wendell just because Marshie called him that? Marshie also called absolutely everyone "Kenneth" once. I suppose we might as well call him Wendell as anything since he only says three words, but I'm wary of taking Marshie's word on anything at all, ever. That's a dangerous precendent to set. 11:32, 26 October 2018 (UTC)

I wholehearted agree, Elizagerth. In fact, Reggie, calling someone by a completely random name is not limited exclusively to Marshie. So no, Simone, we should not be treating the guy's name as Wendell. — Defender1031*Talk 12:30, 26 October 2018 (UTC)
The difference, though, is that in all those examples, the misnamed target already has an existing name. This guy doesn't, he's just a voiceover man. We gotta call him something, and Wendell's as good as anything. Also keeps him distinct from The Announcer~ --DorianGray 17:29, 26 October 2018 (UTC)
How about Wendell In Inverted Commas? 14:29, 29 October 2018 (UTC)
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