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This was better than usual in my view. I think the Brothers are coming out of their... funny-block. Anyone agree? -- FireBird

Yeah, for a bit, they kinda went into a slump. The only thing that kept me watching was the hope that they would start being funny again(and Doug the Dino. Gotta love ol' Doug!). Now it seems they may be climbing their way back on top.


I wouldn't ever stop watching Homestar Runner. Not for a million years! -- FireBird

Alright, well, I liked The Facts and Cheat Commandos Ep 3 better than this one :) I don't think they've been in a slump for upwards of a month (perhaps 2, perhaps 3) and have been pleased with their contemporate work :)
MetaStar 15:37, 4 Oct 2004 (MST)

What made you think that they had been in a slump? Seriously, explain, because it hadn't really occurred to me. --Ogoms Oct. 4

Yeah, the Brothers' Chaps have been in an on-and-off slump for a few months now. --Dragondoom5

YAH I WAS THE FIRST GUY TO ADD ALL THE EASTER EGGS TO Time Capsule email before i did it all it said is "this sucks" -Silvermonkey8

Isn't the casette tape in the easter egg going backwards? -gront

REMOVE: This song sounds in no way like "Let it burn" by Usher, I seriously doubt this is a reference. The only similarity that I see between Usher and Strong Bad, is that they both produce a ton of number one jams! -smoothmedia

If dry ice was in the capsule, and the capsule was tight and strong enought to keep from leaking, opening, or exploding, wouldn't the gas expanding cause it to cool down and thus make a white fog shoot out? Daniel 22:19, 12 May 2005 (UTC)


Standards for Strong Bad Emails

Just wondering if there should be a "Strong Bad Email #X" in the Summary for all Strong Bad Emails? Because it was there in most of them, but not in the most recent ones -- thejesterx 20:08, 4 Oct 2004 (MST)

Excuse me? → [[User:FireBird|FireBird]]

Closed Fun Facts

These were on the STUFF page and declined. If you wish to contest these, leave a note here, but don't allow it to be confused with any of the original votes.

Norse mythology (DECLINED)

The line about making people from spit may be a reference to a Norse myth, in which the Aesir (war gods) and Vanir (fertility gods), to seal a peace treaty between them, made a man (named Braugi) from their collective spit. He knew all their combined secrets, but was eventually killed by giants.

  • Decline. It's more likely a reference to the fact that spit contains DNA, and it may one day be possible to clone someone from their DNA. Aurora the Homestar Coder 15:03, 11 Apr 2005 (MDT)
  • While I'm suprised about how much you know about Norse Mythology...Decline The_Pardack
  • Decline. Uh... no. While that's a very well thought-out reach, it's still a reach - the reference is to cloning from DNA. --TheEggman 12:12, 12 Apr 2005 (MDT)
    • Second. It's probably a reference to DNA and cloning. TakuaKaita600 15:24, 12 Apr 2005 (MDT)
  • You obviously put a lot of work into this one, but unfortunately, I must Decrine. As said by other folks above, it's a reference to cloning from DNA. Rudeboy87 14:49, 14 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • Revise and Accept. This is a FUN FACT! Mind you, I highly doubt this is what TBC were trying to reference, but my life has been enriched by reading this. I would suggest rewriting it, however, to say "There is a story in Nordic mythology in which the Aesir (war gods)...." This way, there's no suggestion that TBC was trying to reference this fact.--rsl12 16:24, 14 Apr 2005 (UTC)
  • Decline. No way does this work. The whole joke is based on the popular misconseption of what cloning is. Clones are genetic twins, not exact duplicates with the same minds, thoughts, and memories of the original. -- The Real Zajac 15:21, 17 Apr 2005
  • Decline. This is NOT a fun fact. This is barely a fact. Why wasn't this one just deleted? --ISlayedTheKerrek 17:54, 22 Apr 2005 (UTC)

Wig reference? (Declined)

The gross old wig is probably the wig Homestar wore as part of his Kurt Cobain costume in Homestarloween Party.

  • Decline I don’t see the connection. The gross old wig looks way different from the Cobain wig. --The Pardack
    • Second'd.evin290 20:37, 18 Feb 2005 (MST)
    • Second -Alun Clewe 04:34, 21 Feb 2005 (MST)
    • I'll Second that till i cant Second it no more. Just because you WANT to put a fun fact doesn't mean you have to make stuff up. kerrek slaya 14:38, 21 Feb 2005 (MST)kerrek_slaya
  • Decline The gross old wig is primarily brown hair, while his Kurt Cobain wig is primarily blond. --TheEggman 21:20, 7 Mar 2005 (MST)
    • Comment Well, it is old and gross. --Trogga 10:52, 8 Mar 2005 (MST)
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