The Big Lebowski

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Pom Pom as Walter Sobchak

The Big Lebowski is a 1998 comedy film written and directed by Joel and Ethan Coen starring Jeff Bridges and John Goodman. The movie is widely considered to be a cult classic for its originality and direction, its eccentric characters, and its convoluted plot. The Brothers Chaps sometimes slip references to this movie in Homestar Runner cartoons.

[edit] References

  • Marshmallow's Last Stand — Strong Bad says "You better believe it, man," with his old Mexican accent, which is a line from the movie said by Jesus Quintana (John Turturro).
  • Fan Stuff — Two of the image captions mention "The Big Dabrowski".
  • Main Page 4 — The 4-pointed stars on the back wall are similar to the stars seen in The Dude's bowling alley in The Big Lebowski.
  • Email stunt double — The first appearance of Dangeresque brings with it the first appearance of Dangeresque's cool shades, which are identical to shades worn by Walter Sobchak in key scenes.
  • Halloween Potion-ma-jigPom Pom dresses up as Walter Sobchak, a Vietnam veteran. This toon also references other aspects of the movie, such as the severed toe, the lines "You're entering a world of pain" and "DONNY, YOU'RE OUT OF YOUR ELEMENT!", which were repeated sayings of Sobchak, and a moment where Pom Pom inappropriately draws a gun.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 13.2Strong Bad says "Am I wrong? Somebody, am I wrong?", which was a line said by Sobchak.
  • Jibblies 2 — Strong Mad is looking into the "TIME Man Of The Year" mirror shown in the scene where The Dude meets Mr. Lebowski.
  • Email pet show — The summary in New Stuff says that "The Cheat has freaking papers, Dude". Walter says the same thing (albeit, more explicitly) to The Dude when explaining why his ex-wife could not take her dog with her on vacation.

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