Tangerine Dreams

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[[Image:Powered_Tangerine.PNG|thumb|Tangerine Dreams appearing Powered By The Cheat form in [[crazy_cartoon]]]]
[[Image:Powered_Tangerine.PNG|thumb|Tangerine Dreams appearing Powered By The Cheat form in [[crazy_cartoon]]]]
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'''Tangerine Dreams''' is [[The Cheat]]'s iMac computer. He uses it to make Flash cartoons including: [[The Cheat Theme Song]], [[Everybody to the Limit]], a main page, and [[Powered by The Cheat|many more]]. The Cheat has hooked it up to a hidden video camera in the [[Computer Room]], as seen in [[huttah!]] It has also been used by [[Strong Bad]] to check his email in [[weird dream]]
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'''Tangerine Dreams''' is [[The Cheat]]'s iMac computer. He uses it to make Flash cartoons including: [[The Cheat Theme Song]], [[Everybody to the Limit]], a main page, and [[Powered by The Cheat|many more]]. It has also been used by [[Strong Bad]] to check his email in [[weird dream]]
'''Debut''': [[i she be]]
'''Debut''': [[i she be]]

Revision as of 04:38, 14 February 2005

Tangerine Dreams
Tangerine Dreams appearing in puppet form in Labor Dabor
Tangerine Dreams appearing Powered By The Cheat form in crazy_cartoon

Tangerine Dreams is The Cheat's iMac computer. He uses it to make Flash cartoons including: The Cheat Theme Song, Everybody to the Limit, a main page, and many more. It has also been used by Strong Bad to check his email in weird dream

Debut: i she be

Fun Facts

  • Tangerine Dreams is so named because it is the page title for the email "weird dream" in which Strong Bad uses The Cheat's orange-colored computer to answer an email.
  • Tangerine Dream is a famous German prog rock turned ambient group from the last 4 decades that still records to this day.

The Real Computer

The computer that appears in Labor Dabor appears to be a Slot-Loading Tangerine iMac DV running Mac OS 8 or 9. The first slot-loading iMacs were released in the fall of 1999 and were offered in six colors, including Tangerine.

The logo on Tangerine Dreams (the same logo as on the Tandy 400) -- a rainbow-colored star with a bite taken out of its side -- is a play on the Apple logo, a rainbow apple with a bite missing.

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