The Worm

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[[Image:theworm1.png|thumb|right|140px|"Up, down, up, down."]]
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[[Image:theworm1.png|thumb|right|140px|Up, down, up, down.]]
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[[Image:theworm2.png|thumb|left|140px|The Worm speaks]]
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[[Image:theworm2.png|thumb|left|140px|"Is a miracle"]]
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According to [[Strong Bad]], [[Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]] is all about '''The Worm''' and efforts by [[Sherlock]] to get him out of the ground. It would appear that these efforts are generally unsuccessful in the same way that [[Wikipedia:Charlie Brown|Charlie Brown]]'s attempts to kick the football are, and both characters seem to get upstaged pretty handily by [[Eh! Steve]]. The Worm is also attached to a soup pot which is underground.
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'''The Worm''' is constantly escaping capture by [[Sherlock]]. Although [[Strong Bad]] claims Sherlock's (generally unsuccessful) attempts to get The Worm out of the ground is [[Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]]'s plot, [[Eh! Steve!]] seems to upstage both The Worm and Sherlock.  
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When the Worm speaks, it does so with a vaguely Mexican accent.
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When the Worm speaks, it does so with a vaguely Mexican accent. Based on the [[mini-golf#Commentary_Transcript|mini-golf Commentary]], it is voiced by [[Mike Chapman]].
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== Complete Filmography ==
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== Appearances ==
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*'''Debut:''' [[crazy cartoon]]
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*'''Debut:''' Email [[crazy cartoon]]
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*[[Main Page 18]]
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*[[:Category:The Worm Filmography|Complete filmography]]
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*[[Decemberween Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]]
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*[[HomestarRunner.com PAY PLUS!]]
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Revision as of 03:20, 8 May 2009

Up, down, up, down.
"Is a miracle"

The Worm is constantly escaping capture by Sherlock. Although Strong Bad claims Sherlock's (generally unsuccessful) attempts to get The Worm out of the ground is Sweet Cuppin' Cakes's plot, Eh! Steve! seems to upstage both The Worm and Sherlock.

When the Worm speaks, it does so with a vaguely Mexican accent. Based on the mini-golf Commentary, it is voiced by Mike Chapman.

Appearances

Quotes of the Week

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