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The Tandy 400 haunted [[Strong Badia]] for some time. The computer appeared floating in mid-air in "[[ghosts]]," displaying a [[Bad Graphics Ghost]] on its screen. [[Bubs]] later salvaged the Tandy 400 and sold it to [[The King of Town]] for $900, who attempted to [[King of Town Email|check his email]] with it in an Easter egg in The [[King of Town Main Page]].
The Tandy 400 haunted [[Strong Badia]] for some time. The computer appeared floating in mid-air in "[[ghosts]]," displaying a [[Bad Graphics Ghost]] on its screen. [[Bubs]] later salvaged the Tandy 400 and sold it to [[The King of Town]] for $900, who attempted to [[King of Town Email|check his email]] with it in an Easter egg in The [[King of Town Main Page]].
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The Tandy 400 seems to be [[Strong Bad]]'s least favorite computer, as evidenced by his indifference whilst knocking the Tandy off the desk in "invisibility" and his comments about it in "[[pop-up]]". He claims that he "liked that computer" in [[gimmicks]] when it blew up, and when he was able to begin using it again in [[sisters]] he was initially excited. However, by the end of the email his feelings had soured after the Tandy deleted an email without being prompted and saved an email he tried to delete, and Strong Bad declared he hated the computer. In contrast, he seemed a lot more broken up about the Compy's demise in [[virus]] than he did when the Tandy exploded.
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The Tandy 400 seems to be [[Strong Bad]]'s least favorite computer, as evidenced by his indifference whilst knocking the Tandy off the desk in "invisibility" and his comments about it in "[[pop-up]]". He claims that he "liked that computer" in [[gimmicks]] when it blew up, but his loathing of the machine is likely to have originated in "[[sisters]]" when it malfunctioned and automatically deleted Ali's email. In contrast, he seemed a lot more broken up about the Compy's demise in [[virus]] than he did when the Tandy exploded.
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After a long absence, the Tandy reappeared in [[retirement]] after Lappynapping the [[Lappy 486]] with the help of the Compy 386. In exchange for the safe return of the Lappy, Strong Bad agreed to check one last email on each of the two abandoned computers. He used the still-malfunctioning Tandy first to answer a question on which email he deleted the hardest. Strong Bad enlisted the help of [[Homestar Runner]], a bottle of Mountain Dew, and [[The King of Town]]'s denture tablets, then sang a hymnal version of "DELETED" which caused the Tandy to start shaking. Strong Bad then drove a pickaxe through the computer's keyboard, causing it to explode in a flash of green light and finally destroy it. The Tandy was later seen, in restored form, as a ghost with the Compy at the end of the email.
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After a long absence, the Tandy reappeared in [[retirement]] after Lappynapping the [[Lappy 486]] with the help of the Compy 386. In exchange for the safe return of the Lappy, Strong Bad agreed to check one last email on each of the two abandoned computers. Strong Bad answered the question "do you remember the email you deleted the hardest" by filling the Tandy with [[Mountain Dew]] and [[The King of Town]]'s denture tablets and singing the hymn "Deleted" with organ accompaniment. Strong Bad then swung a pickaxe through the Tandy's keyboard, and the computer exploded in a bad graphics mushroom cloud, being killed and fully destroyed. Strong Bad stated that "It went out in a blaze of green rectangular glory." Its restored ghost appeared at the end of the email with the ghost of the Compy.
In [[Hremail 7]], Strong Bad is shown taking the Tandy 400 from the trash can of [[Homestar Runner]], who was apparently the previous owner. The 2009 toon, set in 2001, supposedly explains the origin of the Tandy (and of [[Strong Bad Emails]] in general). When Strong Bad takes the Tandy, Homestar comments that the computer hardly works, and that he'd be surprised if Strong Bad could check more than forty emails on it. (Strong Bad only got to 39 before the computer was destroyed; see below.)
In [[Hremail 7]], Strong Bad is shown taking the Tandy 400 from the trash can of [[Homestar Runner]], who was apparently the previous owner. The 2009 toon, set in 2001, supposedly explains the origin of the Tandy (and of [[Strong Bad Emails]] in general). When Strong Bad takes the Tandy, Homestar comments that the computer hardly works, and that he'd be surprised if Strong Bad could check more than forty emails on it. (Strong Bad only got to 39 before the computer was destroyed; see below.)

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