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So... Yeah. This is my user page. Hello? Echo!


You Know You Watch Too Much Homestar Runner When:

  • Upon seeing a flyer written in a messy handwriting font, your first thought is "Is that AhnbergHand?"
    • You realise that it isn't, because the a's are a slightly different shape.
  • You have a Homestar Runner quote for almost every situation.
  • You have about a billion unfinished Homestar Runner fics, because you get new idea every time you watch a cartoon.
  • When watching a show with subtitles, you can't help but watch the subtitles closely to make sure they work properly.
    • Okay, so that's not strictly Homestar Runner, but that never would've happened if it hadn't been for my Homestar Runner obsession.
  • When you realise that the strange growling noises your brother's computer is making come from the Homestar Runner screensaver installed, you think "Oh, it's just Homestar."
  • You managed to typo "Remember when" as "Rememberween".

My contributions

Wiki talk pages: an organised forum for people to shout out their ideas all at the same time.

This is my awesomely shocking 1000th edit. I should've put an m next to it. For meganormous.

Created these pages:

Contributed heavily to:

Wrote the transcripts for:

Wrote or heavily contributed to these subtitle scripts:

Which is about 20% of all English subtitles as of the 10th of January. Cool.

I also made a spreadsheet with the frame count of all the Strong Bad Emails, so I could calculate the time it would take to watch them all. Took me two days because my computer's so slow.

Am currently working on:

  • Cleaning up the rest of the subtitles.

Favourite Commentary Lines

I'm gonna do things a little differently with this favourite quotes thingy. And also copy and paste straight off the wiki pages.

STRONG BAD: ...So, if you're a gotta say "tonight" as much as possible.
MIKE: Mmhmm.
STRONG BAD: That's what I learned.
MIKE: Well, you say it a lot in this email.
STRONG BAD: Yeah, you're supposed to. Because you have to remind people, or they'll think it's the afternoon news, and they'll turn it off. Nobody wants to watch that crap.
(local news)

MATT: Um, so I remember when we were a kid, this part. It was from when we were kids. {This part has nothing to do with when he was a kid.}
MIKE: {holding in laughter} Yeah, that, that elementary school teacher we had.
MATT: Yeah, and there was this, this kid at school, too, who would do that thing, and we probably made a movie about it. Uh, me and Neil.
(do over)

MATT: That's the old Strong Bad mouth, though. That's not very good. I remember this, that VCR was pretty complicated—
MIKE: That's Strong Sad.
MATT: S—what'd I say?
MIKE: Strong Bad. Strong Bad's the one with the red face.

STRONG BAD: So this is me at the end of the email lookin' at the end of the email {starts speeding up} lookin' at the end of the email lookin' at the end of the email lookin' at—oh no! I've been through the time warp! Mike! It's yesterday!

MATT: Um... So this is the first appearance of Strong Bad.
(flag day)

COACH Z: Uh, a couple of DVDs came by locker {pronounces it "lacker"} room.
MIKE: Your lacker room? Your lack of room?
COACH Z: No, it's the room I keep all my lacquer.
(part-time job)

MATT: So don't, you guys, don't tell them about it; we had to change this so—
MIKE: Hot Cross Buns!
MATT: The Happy— the Happy B-day people—
MIKE: {simultaneously, sings} Hot Cross Buns! {alone, speaking} Those Nazis! {laughs}
MATT: {cracking up while speaking} —didn't come and make us pay them eight cents!
MIKE: The Hot Cross Buns people are totally cool.
(Strong Bad Sings)

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