Talk:Teen Girl Squad Issue 7

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The timing on this episode was off some.

I did not feel that the killings were quite so fast and/or random as in past episodes. -James

you have to admit, it's pretty fresh. and tompkin's "death" (whether he comes back or not, you can't tell with tgs) was hilarious. - evil tom nook

I thought the part where cheerleader was squished was hilarious. -Kevin "Shut it off!

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Metallica???

*At the end Cheerleader's shirt says Coolier than Thou,
which is a reference to Metallica's Holier than Thou.

Metallica did not invent the phrase "Holier than thou", so how is this a specific ref to Metallica? - Drhaggis 13:43, 19 Sep 2004 (MST)

It must not be a reference then. I removed it. -- Tom 13:55, 19 Sep 2004 (MST)

I had a question...

When the guy on the slide killed Cheerleader, why did SB sound like he was eating something and then mumbled "squished" like his mouth was full?

How does Strong Bad type with boxing gloves on? There are a lot of random things on Homestar Runner, and this is one of them. -- FireBird

Maybe he was eating.--Hysterical Woman 18:53, 4 Oct 2004 (MST)

Okay then... It's one of those odd things he does that makes it funnier, I guess... --favetvshows1x3 18:54, 4 Oct 2004 (MST)

I thought that he was making those sounds because he couldn't think of what to say. --69.81.102.162 13:30, 13 Oct 2004 (MST)

I think it's the sound effect of the big fat guy coming down the slide. --Upsilon

Me 2. — talk Bubsty edits

I think it has to do with SB trying to clear his throat after doing the high-pitched teeny tiny girl voices.

It's the sound of fat. Totally. The blubber effect adds to the grossness of the wrestler. - Trelawney 02:24, 21 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Woah.. The Sound of Fat.. This could be the new Broadway musical hit! I'll make hundreds! Elcool (talk)(contribs) 03:38, 21 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Mrs Commanderson

What are the lyrics to that song, anyway? I can't make 'em out.

Mrs Commanderson, she's some kind of bird reptile, and she....?

The Easter Egg has now been transcribed. Have a nice day. --Upsilon

Actually, another thing I noticed is that the blocks next to the girls say "SD" which is an anime reference meaning "super deformed". It's used to describe when the normal characters go into tiny versions of themselves for comic relief. Coincidence?

What's Her Face

It said in the article that Cheerleader was the only one to die and return in the same episode. But didn't What's Her Face die when Mrs. Commander..son dropped her? Can someone change this? I'm scared that it might somehow be wrong and then I'll be trolling.-Alice

She didn't visibly die. --Jay (Talk) 21:17, 7 May 2005 (UTC)

Well, when I looked up What's Her Face in the "Hurt by" list, being dropped by Mrs. Commanderson was on it.- Alice

You never see her die. For all you know she could've landed on a trampoline or something, or Mrs. Commanderson couldve just picked her up before she landed. Since you can't tell what happened, I say just leave it alone. — talk Bubsty edits

Hand Jive?

Erm I don't think that they were doing the hand jive (at least not the one that is commonly used in Greece), so I changed it to "Pattycake", but I dunno if this is right either. Can I get an expert's opinion? --Tony Stony 02:25, 11 May 2005 (UTC)

southpark refrence?

just a quick question, could cheerleader dipping her chocolate in salt be a refrence to chef's Chocolate Salty Balls?

I don't watch South Park, but I can answer your question easily. Do you need to ask whether or not it's a reference? Then it's probably not. Sorry if that's a little blunt, but that's the general consensus around here. --Jay (Talk) 02:58, 8 May 2005 (UTC)

I don't think it's a reference. I think Strong Bad wanted it to be gross and funny.-Jhonka

Closed STUFF

SD - Strong Dad? Could be

While So and So and The Ugly One were playing Pattycake, the two blocks on the ground had an "S" and a "D" in that order. In anime this stands for "Super deformed," and this accurately describes the style of these characters.

Posted on: 04:46, 3 Sep 2005 (UTC)
Closed: 05:49, 6 Sep 2005 (UTC)

VERDICT: This item was unanimously declined, 10–0. The votes and arguments have been moved to HRWiki:STUFF/Archive/Teen Girl Squad Issue 7.




eraak!!!!

mrs.comanderson's line is a reference to iraq,the country we are fighting against-stretchyman

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