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[edit] 8-Bit Theater 3

[edit] Albino Blacksheep

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On AlbinoBlackSheep.com, there are many sightings embedded in its user-created flash cartoons. For example, on one particular Animutation, there is a screenshot from "StrongBadZone", where "STINY! GET ME A DANISH!" can be heard.

Additionally, the filename of the aforementioned Animutation is a giveaway that the creator is a fan of Homestar Runner. [1]

Other animations on the website that have references in them include:

In Animator vs. Animation Strong Bad's Big Knife is drawn then scribbled out.

[edit] Albuquerque: Part 1

In part 1 of Albuquerque (a song by "Weird Al" Yankovic) animutation collabration, watch during the scene where "Jay Jay the Jet Plane" crashes into the ground and there is a shot of all the people who "died" (except for Colin Mochrie who put his chair in the upright position and folded up his tray table), notice that Stinkoman is one of the people who "died".

[edit] AMV Hell 3:The Motion Picture

  • In this gigantic montage (1 hour!) of humorous and nonsensical anime clips, Ikari Shinji and Kensuke Aida from Neon Genesis Evangelion can be heard singing the song from an Easter egg in Teen Girl Squad Issue 5 in one segment.
  • Additionally, earlier in the video, a segment of the CGNU Fight Song from mascot is played with a clip from Azumanga Daioh.

[edit] AMV Hell 4

  • A segment of the Trogdor song is played during a clip from Spirited Away.

[edit] Arfenhouse 4!!!!

After the parody Pac-Man trailer, a Notepad text document icon is seen talking to a Flash file icon. Another Flash file appears on screen with Strong Bad's facial design, and titled SBEMAIL 48572.SWF. It can be seen here.

[edit] Artificial High 3

In one scene, the message "Computer Over. Virus = very yes" shows up. In another scene, Strong Bad is checking an unknown email.

[edit] Bonus Stage

  • In "Car" (v1), there is an Easter egg at the end. Click on the note on the box. There is a reference to Homestar Runner on the note.
  • In "Recap", there is a passing reference to Strong Bad making video games. This episode came out not long after the email video games, so that's probably what it refers to.
  • In "Morbid" (v1), Joel dies and goes to hell. Phil and Elly then die so they can rescue him, and while there, they meet Strong Bad, Homestar, and Coach Z. Apparently, Strong Bad got sick of the 'boxing glove emails' and jumped into a lake of fire, and Homestar and Coach Z followed. After they rescue Joel, Phil starts typing on a Compy 386 about how Bubs won the race, and Strong Sad shows up. (This episode was later removed, then changed in order to avoid legal trouble.) Despite the episode being changed, the season 2 intro still features the removed Strong Sad clip.
  • In the Easter egg in "2 Pack", they prank call someone who is supposed to be Strong Bad, but turns out to just be someone doing an impression of Strong Bad.
  • In "Virtual Candy", there is a commercial for a candy called "Kandy Commandoz". A small disclaimer flashes across the screen proclaiming "Not a ripoff of Homestar Runner", referring to Cheat Commandos.
  • In "Five Minute Story Hour", the protagonist (who is a laptop) is referred to "Lappy" throughout the episode.

[edit] Bush Bash

On this flash animation at tlchicken.com, a picture of President Bush and a flaming Earth that says "Burninating the Peasants since 2000" can be seen.

[edit] Bloo toons

In episode three, one bloo is dressed as Homestar Runner.

[edit] Cartoon'd

The name itself is a reference to Teen Girl Squad, especially its tendency to add a "-'d" to the end of words, and in the second episode the cartoon is affected by a virus. There's a reference to Homestar Runner in which one of the main characters is stuck on a page from StrongBadZone with the caption "Your head a splode" then he is knocked over. Also, another main character is stuck on a desktop where we can see a Homestar icon. In addition, the entire cartoon is based on the HRWiki forums. Lastly, when they are fighting, one of the characters uses an attack called "Foot in Mouth Disease", which may be a reference to Bug in Mouth Disease. However, this phrase (in and of itself a pun on Foot and Mouth Disease) has been in use for many years, having been used to describe poor verbal choices by Bill Clinton, George Bush and a host of others. Thus the relationship to Homestar Runner is questionable.

[edit] Channel Frederator

The website hosts a series called Meth Minute 39, animated by Dan Meth. The first short is Internet People, which celebrates (in song form) various Internet celebrities, series and memes. Homestar Runner is shown several times and mentioned in the song.

Dan Meth's next series is called Nite Fite. Starting with the 4th episode, there is a promo at the end for the subscribing to the series on iTunes. On the computer, the Homestar Runner "Seriously" wallpaper is visible.

In Episode 165 of the main podcast, the cartoons are described as being "AWEXOMECROSS!".

In Episode 195, when playing the guitar, the FredBot says he has the case of the "meedlies".

[edit] Checkerboard Nightmare

A webcomic parodying and satirizing other webcomics also took a stab at Internet animation in late 2004 with this Flash, featuring the main character replying to an email in Strong Bad-esque fashion with clickable words. (Note that to get the flash work properly you need to download it on your computer and change the extension into SWF)

[edit] Chris.exe

Homestar makes a cameo in episode "Chris, Zanda and the treasure of Captain No Beard" of the popular flash series chris.exe

[edit] ClaveMan

ClaveMan (Episode 1) - A Dino Wax Production. Claveman poses as Homestar as one of his disguises to obtain free Popeye's biscuits.

[edit] Curly Sam Pwnz All

In this short intentionally badly animated cartoon, Curly Sam brings his friend, Wonchop some mates. Among these is The Ugly One. The cartoon also ends with the classic, "It's Over" message from Teen Girl Squad.

[edit] Decline of Video Gaming 2

In this animation, there are slight references to Homestar Runner, particularly Trogdor. While watching it, put on creator's notes.

[edit] Dr. Wily Shorts Collection

At planet-megaman.com, there is a flash animation called "Dr. Wily Shorts Collection." Clicking on Dr. Wily's shorts will cause a short animation of Strong Bad and Homestar to pop up.

[edit] Ducktales: The Auditions

In this follow-up to the internet "Ducktales" series, Homestar Runner shows up as the fifth audition for the part of Scrooge McDuck.

[edit] Ebolaworld

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  • At Ebolaworld.com, there is a Weekly Update titled Halloween Special. Taco-Man hosts a costume party for Halloween and Homestar makes an appearance at the very end. Watch it here.
  • In the second part of the 2004 Viewers Choice Award Program-Related Activities Show, a crowd of many cartoon characters can be seen. Among them is Homestar Runner. Watch it here.
  • On July 3, 2005, a cartoon called Ask Taco-Man was released. Taco-Man received many emails, 3 of which he read, regarding how the cartoon ripped off Strong Bad Emails. Homestar Runner appeared at the end, mistaking Taco-Man for Strong Bad. The Paper also came down at the end of the cartoon. Watch it here.
    • In Ask Taco-Man #3, a parody of the 1940s Public Service Announcements, the narrator tells Billy not to address Taco-Man as "Strongbad."(sic)
  • In the 4th part of the 2006 Viewers Choice Award Program-Rlated Activities Show, Tacoman takes out frustrations on a dead hacker and one of those frustrations listed is "Homestarrunner's popularity." [2]
  • In "Night Trap" there is a part when Grandpa and grandma check the guests, go outside, then right when grandma and grandpa are standing in the stairs, quickly switch to the bedroom, then Homestar will appear in the screen for a brief moment. It can be seen here.

[edit] Experiments and Crap

  • In Episode 5, there are numerous references to Trogdor and -'d words in the subtitles.
  • In Episode 5.5, Trogdor makes a brief appearance toward the end.
  • A lot of titles to newsposts make some Homestar Runner reference.

[edit] Evil Josh & Billy

  • In Episode 4, E-vil, the phrase "It's Dot Com!" can be seen written on a wall.
  • Also, in the episode The Moonster Mash, Evil Josh shouts "Hang on tight, The Billy! We're blasting off to the MOOOOOOOOOOON!", referencing Strong Bad in personal favorites.
  • In episode 8, Marshie appears and is roasted over a fire.

[edit] Foo-La-La

In one part of this Animutation, a screenshot from Homestar vs. Little Girl is briefly shown. (see the animutation here)

[edit] Forum Stage

On the main page, the description for episode 1 is "Idiot gets sucked into the internet creating a cartoon so bad, Homestar Runner died." It can be seen here.

[edit] Fred the Monkey

The man (or rather space chicken) behind the mailbag, Sceb!
  • Like Homestar Runner, the site features a "First Time Here"-video and a mailbag, very much like Strong Bad's email, and in the sixteenth mailbag, he comments on how he gets a lot of emails from people pretending to be Strong Bad. Another similarity is that certain characters are able to pick up and manipulate objects without having visible arms. However, in one of the earlier mailbags, it is explicitly explained that these characters do in fact possess psychic powers.
  • In the second mailbag, the sender asks Sceb if he has ever been to Homestarrunner.com.
  • In the Spiderman 2 movie review, Fred enters at the end wearing a Strong Bad mask.
  • In the thirty first mailbag, Sceb gets an email from "Stongbad 64".

[edit] Funny or DIE

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This video, which is a fan-animation by brentalfloss, depicts a recently-dumped-by-Marzipan Homestar as a drunk, making a video for an online dating service apparently run by Bubs.

[edit] Gary Brolsma Dot Net

One of the dancers in the Red vs. Blue Numa Numa Tribute (42MB file) wears a Homestar Runner shirt. He is shown approximately 1:30 minutes into the video.

[edit] Gorkwood

In Episode 3 - Crazebook, near the middle of the episode Seth dons red boxing gloves and answers an email Strong Bad style.

[edit] GEOweasel

  • In the episode Computer (or Dangerous Download) Nar says that he is "the computer guy here". When he says this, the C:\ prompt on the computer says "run sb_email.exe".
  • This main menu has a button that reads "First time here?" much like any of the Main Pages.
  • The filler episode has a shot of a computer reading "Compy 387".

[edit] Group X

There is a music video on Albino Blacksheep of a song done by Group X, at the end the music video has selection of play again or "Who made this?" Click that and the page text will say "www.Homestarrunner.com is the coolest!" Here.

[edit] Happy Tree Friends

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On the "Second Serving" DVD, Trogdor and Strong Bad (misspelled as "Strongbad") are listed as additional contributors to the character interview section.

[edit] High Score

  • Jorbs a Plenti — This is a Homestar cartoon entitled "Not Without My Application, AKA Jorbs a Plenti".
  • Munched — The rapidly moving credits has a reference to the Strong Bad Clock. (Screenshot)
  • Super Phil — Features a Parents Day Spectacular, with "special guest star" What's Her Face. Later in a newspaper montage one of the subtitles says "Strong Sad Still A Loser."

[edit] Homestarrunner Megamix

This movie is entirely a Homestar fan-work.

[edit] Homestar in College

Another Homestar fan made this imitation Homestar Runner cartoon. In it, Homestar and Strong Bad talk about Crazy Go Nuts University.

[edit] How It Should Have Ended

The Compy 386 makes a brief appearance in The HISHE Tron Rap.

[edit] Iris Rant

In the deviantART cartoon Iris Rant, a DELETED! screen appears near the end of the toon.

[edit] Jaiden Animations

In “ My Childhood Obsession With Animals” a cage with exotic birds can be seen. The birds resemble the Homestar cast.

[edit] Jaller: The Movie

In the full length Movie, Jaller mentions Homestar 23 Minutes and 37 Seconds into the movie.

[edit] Jameserton

In "GTA 5 Has Multiplayer", a parody of Grand Theft Auto Online circa 2014, a scene at 1:42 has Mexican-American drug cartel leader Martin Madrazo complimenting two players for completing a mission and giving them cash as a reward. In the scene, Madrazo's head and voice is replaced by those of Strong Bad.

[edit] The Kingdom Hearts Chronicles

During the scene in which Sora is in the cave, a picture of Old-school Homestar Runner can be seen on the cave wall.

[edit] The Kingdom Hearts Chronicles 1.2

During the preloader, one of Sora's signs says "Skittles and M&Ms look the same, but taste different." This is a reference to Malloween Commercial.

[edit] Hoops&Yoyo

In the little life episode "what to do on a nice day part 2" from the Hoops&yoyo website section, Yoyo said "oh, look at the clouds man" that might be a reference to Marshmallow's Last Stand where strong bad says the quote "oh, look at the babies" despite Hoops&yoyo have a character called marshy, the giant mashmallow monster which has nothing to do with Marshie.

[edit] Konquest Adventure

In this movie's Shao Kahn special feature, one Kahn's quotes is "Both Strong Bad and I check our email, but I am way cooler than Strong Bad." Also, in the trailer, a sheet of paper that says "Shao's To Do List has "rip-off Strong Bad email" as one of the things listed.

[edit] La La La

Homestar and Strong Bad appear in various places in this toon. It also includes the Homestarmy wallpaper image, edited to suit the cartoon.

[edit] Laser Dragon University

In Students, there is a character who wears a T-shirt with the logo for Taranchula.

[edit] Legendaryfrog.com

[edit] Lost in Tijuana

At Jaydonaldson.com and on Newgrounds.com if you're not willing to pay the membership costs, Strong Bad's face shows up on a wanted poster about halfway through the animation.

[edit] Love, Wink

In this animation there is a dress up game while the animation is loading you dress Wink up as Homestar.

[edit] Mario Busters Flash Movie

One of the scenes in this movie is entitled "Donez's hed (sp) a splode".

[edit] Megaman Polarity Movie 3

In the gag reel, there is a scene of Strong Bad typing on the Compy, "And don't forget to watch this summer's new movie, 'Megaman Polarity 2: This Time It's Not Megaman Polarity 1.'" Watch it here.

In the credits, where the heading is "Thank You For Watching!", Homestar Runner is credited.

[edit] Mega Man Mega Movie Part 1

When the King of Car subtitles say "your jorb", it is a reference to "A Jorb Well Done"

[edit] Metroid Confusion: Parts 1 and 2

  • At UGOplayer.com (formerly Flashplayer.com), there is a movie entitled "Metroid Confusion". At the beginning, there are three computers. One of them has the Homestar Runner main page displayed on its monitor. The end also borrows "Because, It's Midnite" and credits Limozeen. Additionally, when they are talking about how Samus is defenseless without her suit, zoom in on the second shelf to see a book, "The Homestar Runner Enters the Strongest Man in the World Contest". Finally, at the beginning when they say, "We still have dessert!" and hold up the cookies, the sound when 1-up finishes his level in Stinkoman 20X6 is heard.
  • In Metroid Confusion Part 2, when right-clicking, one option is "Send Trogdor to my House". At the end of the movie, if the viewer clicks on the fine print giving homestarrunner.com some credit, there is a funny Homestar-Metroid crossover. They also mention "E3 20X6". In addition to all of that, if the commentary is watched, it mentions that the creator of these toons got the inspiration for the "Claymation Simulator" from Strong Mad's Doug the Dino in the facts. Also, in Fox McCloud's drawing, there is a book called "TROGDOR The Musical". The back of the book reads, "The Burninator himself stars in his first-ever musical that won three Academy awards and a couple of free coffees at Starbucks. Experience the magic, the majesty, the consummate V's!". The creator also mentions 20X6 at the end of the movie.

[edit] Neptune Circle

  • In the "PJ Wireless Episode 2" toon, PJ is seen dressed as Homestar, at which point the charecter, Rocky says "No, that's copyright infringement" after which PJ responds with the classic Homestar line "I know, can you bewieve it?". It can be found here.
  • In "PJ Wireless Episode 3", the regular crew are shown in a flashback to their life as babies. At the end, Clarance mentions that "Homestar did a babies episode three weeks ago", referencing flashback. It can be found here.
  • For the website's 2005 April Fools' Day prank, they replaced the front page with a fake MySpace page for the character, Clarence. Clarance has no friends in the cartoon series, so his friends list on his fake MySpace page is filled with pictures of himself in disguises. One disguise is the King of Town, complete with crown, beard and mustache. Also, the name listed for that "friend" is "City Sovren" [sic], a parody of the name "King of Town". An archive of that April Fools' prank can be found here.

[edit] Naruto: The Abridged Series

In many episodes, the phrase "Log'd!" is heard when someone uses the Substitution Jutsu.

[edit] No Relationship Please

On FunnyJunk.com, there is a toon called No Relationship Please. At the end, if the viewer clicks "Who Made This?" the creator, wesley, states that "www.Homestarrunner.com is the coolest!!!!"

[edit] Numa Numa Sprite Dance

In this Numa Numa themed flash animation on Newgrounds, there is a Strong Bad sprite dancing to this song, alone with other sprites, like the dancing banana sprite. It can be found here.

[edit] Numastar Runner

A flash video made not long after Halloween Potion-ma-jig came out. It has references to very recent Homestar toons. Watch it here.

[edit] Oh Christmas 3

When the movie fast forwards into the "nonsense" section when the stick figure appears right after that "Eh Steve" appears on screen for about 5 seconds.

[edit] One Ring To Rule Them All 2

There is a scene that bears a striking resemblance to the Old-Timey cartoons. It uses the same background music. Watch it here.

Additionally, one of the hippie chicks in the "Ballad of Bilbo Baggins" sequence is briefly seen wearing a badge that reads "Wear a Bikini!"

[edit] Oxhorn

One of the characters Staghorn, wears a helmet all the time (even while in formalwear) and claims it's his face, similar to Strong Bad. In "Oxhorn's Christmas Special", Staghorn says his helmet is his face, to which Oxhorn replies "What are you, Strong Bad?"

Also, in Mighty Morphin' Midget Gnomes UNITE!, the credits say Gnome Wrangling was handled by A. Chimendez

[edit] Parody Rangers the Movie

The White Ranger's Gnarwal Sword looks, and sounds, like Homsar. Even Splooge refers to Lord Zet as Coach Z.

[edit] Planet Weiler

One of the main characters, Harvey, has the nickname "Homestar". Also the first short of its 2018 reboot "Double Star" featured Homestar Runner, with archive voice clips being used for Homestar's lines.

[edit] Potter Puppet Pals Adventure

  • In the "Stopper on my Pain" scene of this unfinished musical Harry Potter spoof, where Professor Snape sings about a lost love, Homestar Runner runs past.
  • In another scene, titled "Half Giant, Baby", Draco Malfoy is ostracizing Hagrid, and the words "OSTRA CIZE'D!" is seen. In the same scene, The Cheat is seen. While Hagrid is flipping through photos, as soon as as he starts taking away the photo of him with a teddy bear, pause and the teddy bear has turned into The Cheat.

[edit] Raichu and Salazard

  • In Raichu and Salazard 1, during the restaurant scene, The Geddup Noise is heard when Raichu gets up.
  • In Raichu's Little Sayings, Alec Trode's hat reads "YOUR HEAD A TRODE".

[edit] Red vs Blue

  • At Red vs Blue they made a public service announcement about tattoos (It appears every 4 weeks or so in the season 1 archive). When Church suggests you get a tattoo of your favorite character from your favorite online comic (actually referring to himself), Strong Bad's face appears on-screen instead.
  • A Strong Bad and a Homestar sticker is also seen during the Red vs. Blue segment in the Halo 2 Limited Collectors Edition DVD, on the window of a door.

[edit] Robotbox and Cactus

  • In Robotbox and Cactus episode 13, "Internet", Cactus receives a computer that crashed down from space, and boasts to Robotbox that he's on the internet now. Robotbox goes into his own segment much similar to a Strong Bad Email. Other parodies include random appearances by 'Pole' (Bonus Stage's Joel), 'Gil' (Bonus Stage's Phil), and 'Coach F' who says "YEOWRGHHHHH!", before his head explodes.
  • Episode 32 is titled "Interrogation, Tire", taking after "population: tire".

[edit] RWBY Chibi

In the end of the first episode of Season 3, Yang proclaims "Looks like we're gonna have to jump!" as their car is heading towards a roadblock.

[edit] Sailor Moon: The Abridged Series

When Serena's crumpled "fanfic" hits the man who's secretly Tuxedo Mask, the narrator says, "Paper'd!"

[edit] Senya's Review: Alien vs. Predator

In this flash film by the flash artist Legendary Frog, Ark and Kerrigan are at one point playing with Alien and Predator action figures. In the background, the Cheat Commandos action figure storage vehicle can be seen with Gunhaver and SilentRip inside. Firebert and Reynold also appear in front of the "Der Wunder Box."

[edit] Sonic F

In episode 1, when Sonic goes to attack the robots, the screen turns into a piece of paper, then Sonic is shown attacking the robots with Teen Girl Squad style animation and the theme playing in the background, then someone in a Strong Bad voice says SpinDash'd.

[edit] Space Monkey Mafia

During a Scooby-Doo style chase scene in part two of this flash cartoon, Strong Bad and The Cheat will walk from the far left door to the far right door. Clicking on the painting of the yellow dragon (Yorgle) from the Atari game Adventure (as seen on Main Page 13) will trigger this Easter egg.

[edit] Strongbad's Present for Suro

In this Flash animation by Marius Fietzek, shown here, Strong Bad is playing the Megaman 9 game for the Wii console before Homestar barges in to ask Strong Bad if he got a present for Suro's 27th birthday (real name Thorsten, Marius's IRL brother). The short also featured a plug for the second episode of Telltale Game's Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, Strongbadia the Free.

[edit] Strongium

A fan animation parodying Gore Gorethis well known Newgrounds movie called Lilium using Strong Bad and Strong Sad, as well as some other references. It can be seen here.

[edit] Tails and his GBA

When Tails is listening to the radio, one thing heard is Homestar's line from crying, and the "ooncha ooncha" song from Teen Girl Squad Issue 8. Strong Bad comes out in the very end and says "its over. go home people." In the right click menu any time in the movie, one of the options is "goto Homestar Runner?" Also, the words on top are in Strong Bad's printing. It can be seen here.

[edit] Tails and his GBA 2

At the very beginning when Tails is playing a poorly made game on his GBA, an 8-bit Tails ends up attacking an 8-bit Strong Bad with his sword. It can be seen here.

[edit] Tails and his GBA 3

If the Megaman game pak is chosen, Tails goes through 3 battles, each battle he wins he gets a "LMAO" with a random picture. One of the random pictures is a 8-Bit Strong Bad. It can be seen here.

[edit] Teasdale Times Two

  • In Episode 1, there's a part where Clan rHrN is on a piece of paper, and gets hit with a Legal Document, and he says, "OW! My rights as an internet n00b!", which is a reference to Teen Girl Squad.

[edit] The G0ATFAC3 Corner

The G0ATFAC3 Corner has several references to the Homestar Runner body of work spread through the series, mostly related to Strong Bad.

[edit] The Goth Kid 2

When The Goth Kid 2 is chosen under animations, there will be a poster in the background of Homestar and Strong Bad, Warning this cartoon has been rated M. View it here.

[edit] The Joe & Bob Show!

[edit] The Real Rubyrulez

  • The Cheat makes a cameo appearance in Episode 7.8. It can be seen here.
  • A poorly drawn Homestar Runner plays a minor role in Episode 11. It can be seen here.

[edit] TTA (TV Tome Adventures)


In Episode #1, Flamegirl says "Do you know how many internet edicate [sic] laws you're breaking by typing in all-caps like that?", an obvious reference to the email sugarbob.

In TTA: The Movie Part I, the Stinkoman Level 2 ("PICK A BONE!") music can be heard playing in the background during one of the scenes.

[edit] Ultimate Naruto Fan Flash

In #4, at the end, Kankuro sees his puppets singing and moshing and says "Dot dot dot" which is a direct quote from Under Construction. And, in the credits, it says '... "Dot dot dot" homestarrunner.com"

[edit] Vlare

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[edit] Wacky Game Jokez, 4 Kidz!

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Mickey's disclaimer after the intro in the episode Twilight Princess Review prompts the viewer to leave the page and watch Homestar Runner instead.

Homestar Runner is mentioned while a Homestar Runner tombstone reading "RIP homestarrunner.com 2000-2009" is shown in the episode Confirmed 4 Brawl.

[edit] Waterman

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At Waterman Studios, the Strong Bad ice pop is advertised for sale on the side of the ice-cream truck that shows up in several of the episodes.

In the "interview" with Sarah Michelle Geller, Brian mentions "pouring glowstick in [Devon and Chris'] Mountain Dew". This is a reference to techno.

[edit] Weebl and Bob

In the cartoon email, there is a mention of Strong Bad, and the episode could possibly be parodying Strong Bad Emails itself.

[edit] Word Crimes

Trogdor appears very briefly in the kinetic typography music video for "Weird Al" Yankovic's "Word Crimes", at approximately the 1m:39s mark.

[edit] YouTube

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Various members have uploaded the podcasts from Homestar Runner. In Smack Materazzi Up, one of the things that knocks Materazzi over is Homestar doing the butt dance.

After seeing a commercial for the Chronicles Of Narnia video game that mentioned downloading the cheats for the game, someone was inspired to create a fake commercial based on Homestar Runner content, completing it on December 1, 2005. He only uploaded it to YouTube later on October 19, 2006.

A video to "Weird" Al Yankovic's "Genius In France" includes the Teen Girl Squad-influenced phrase "Totally Different'd".

Teen Boy Squad 1 and 2 based on Teen Girl Squad.

Teen Guy Squad by Brigham Young University’s Divine Comedy is a parody of Teen Girl Squad.

Strong Bad Email mentioned in YOUTUBE theater ep 1

In this video uploaded by Mathematical, one person says that his Astral Beast was Trogdor the Burninator.

The user masterofhomestar (A.K.A. Electric Star) had a series of videos parodying clips from Homestar Runner and putting them into a compilation it was known as "Random Crap with Homestar Runner".

The user jacknjellify, also a user on this wiki, used to have a logo that looked like the Homestar Runner logo before they later changed their profile picture in August of 2018. They have made some references to Homestar Runner in their show "Battle for Dream Island". For example, in episode 1b of BFDI, the character Firey yells out "TROGDOR!" when suggesting team names, episode 9 contains the line "When you fall in a bottomless pit, you die of starvation." from Teen Girl Squad Issue 4, and episode 1 of BFDIA, its second season, contains the "Hey! W— wait. Hey! Wait. Hey! Wait—" joke from Strongest Man in The World.

The user Kayo Rivera made a video called Hoops & Yoyo Meets Homestar Runner that has Hoops&Yoyo talking when suddenly the Homestar Runner appears

[edit] Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series

Episode 9 of the popular parody series shows Seto Kaiba summoning a dragon to the tune of "Trogdor".

In Episode 35, after Ishizu says Yami Yugi's real name is Yami, a title card appears reading "[4Kids!'d]".

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