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**"It's Not a Real Popsicle" — A baloney sandwich with Popsicle-shaped bread.
**"It's Not a Real Popsicle" — A baloney sandwich with Popsicle-shaped bread.
**"Inside Out" — A piece of bread between two slices of baloney.
**"Inside Out" — A piece of bread between two slices of baloney.
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*Strong Bad's account of what happened during his "Skydive" makes it clear that he made up the entire event, another example of [[blatant lies]].
*www.showbackontheroad.com redirects to the [[homestarrunner.com]] homepage.
*www.showbackontheroad.com redirects to the [[homestarrunner.com]] homepage.
*In the DVD commentary on Strong Bad Email [[island]], Matt said they should use the island again. In addition to this cartoon, they had already reused it in [[disconnected]].
*In the DVD commentary on Strong Bad Email [[island]], Matt said they should use the island again. In addition to this cartoon, they had already reused it in [[disconnected]].
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===Inside References===
===Inside References===
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* The toon's title contains the word [[Unusual Greetings#Weclome|Weclome]]
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* [[Pants]]burg is one of the [[Strong Bad's Vacation Spots|places Strong Bad visited]] on his [[vacation]], and one of the places (along with Northtime and Shoigut) in [[Limozeen]]'s [[Limozeen#Zeenin' Across the Country 2001|Zeenin' Across the Country tour]].
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* Strong Bad's line, "I can't believe I pulled the 'Mash stop when you think you're mashing record, and mash record when you think you're mashing stop' on myself", is a reference to [[mashing]].
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* The Atari seagull first appeared in [[huttah!]] and [[take-a-break.exe]].
* Marzipan's [[Cool Tapes]] band comes from [[Cool Things]].
* Marzipan's [[Cool Tapes]] band comes from [[Cool Things]].
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* The toon's title contains the word [[Unusual Greetings#Weclome|Weclome]].
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* Bubs' line "shapèd plants" (notably parallel in structure with the line "stripèd pants" from [[highschool]]), is an instance of the [[-èd]] pronunciation.
* One of the places the Cool Tapes band visits is East [[Westerburg]]. Westerberg (spelled slightly differently) was visited in [[Thy Dungeonman 3]], and it was to the east of the player's starting location.
* One of the places the Cool Tapes band visits is East [[Westerburg]]. Westerberg (spelled slightly differently) was visited in [[Thy Dungeonman 3]], and it was to the east of the player's starting location.
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* [[Pants]]burg is one of the [[Strong Bad's Vacation Spots|places Strong Bad visited]] on his [[vacation]], and one of the places (along with Northtime and Shoigut) in [[Limozeen]]'s [[Limozeen#Zeenin' Across the Country 2001|Zeenin' Across the Country tour]].
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* The Poopsmith is wearing [[Strong Bad]]'s [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]] [[Cool Shades|sunglasses]], and Pom Pom is wearing [[Dangeresque Too]]'s sunglasses.
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* In addition to the two ropes attaching the tire swings to the tree at the obstacle course, a third rope hangs from the sky and sways gently, as did the rope featured in [[A Folky Tale]].
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* The "Gumball Surprise" is another example of a [[concoction]].
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* Homestar's sleeping through June is similar to how he slept through most of [[Decemberween]] in [[Homestar Presents: Presents]].
* The Eh! Steve song "Sweet Cups and Cakes" refers to [[Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]], from which he originated.
* The Eh! Steve song "Sweet Cups and Cakes" refers to [[Sweet Cuppin' Cakes]], from which he originated.
* "Fresh Juice" (from the Eh! Steve album) is one of the suggested death metal lyrics from the worksheet in [[death metal]].
* "Fresh Juice" (from the Eh! Steve album) is one of the suggested death metal lyrics from the worksheet in [[death metal]].
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* Bubs' line "shapèd plants" (notably parallel in structure with the line "stripèd pants" from [[highschool]]), is an instance of the [[-èd]] pronunciation.
 
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* A seven-inch record was seen in [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 13.2]].
 
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* The "Gumball Surprise" is another example of a [[concoction]].
 
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* The Atari seagull first appeared in [[huttah!]] and [[take-a-break.exe]].
 
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* Bubs proclaims that this was his [[Best/Worst X Ever|best summer ever]].
 
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* In addition to the two ropes attaching the tire swings to the tree at the obstacle course, a third rope hangs from the sky and sways gently, as did the rope featured in [[A Folky Tale]].
 
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* Strong Bad says "Oh, [[Crap|cuh-rap]]!"
 
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* Strong Bad's line, "I can't believe I pulled the 'Mash stop when you think you're mashing record, and mash record when you think you're mashing stop' on myself", is a reference to [[mashing]].
 
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* Strong Bad's account of what happened during his "Skydive" makes it clear that he made up the entire event, another example of [[blatant lies]].
 
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* Homestar's sleeping attire resembles that of [[caper]].
 
* Homestar is wearing [[cinnamon]] on his face, and his slippers resemble [[Nebulon]], who first appeared on [[Main Page 1]].
* Homestar is wearing [[cinnamon]] on his face, and his slippers resemble [[Nebulon]], who first appeared on [[Main Page 1]].
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* Homestar's sleeping through June is similar to how he slept through most of [[Decemberween]] in [[Homestar Presents: Presents]].
 
* Marzipan's comment, "Who's been taking care of the website?" is an example of [[Fourth Wall Breaks|breaking the fourth wall]].
* Marzipan's comment, "Who's been taking care of the website?" is an example of [[Fourth Wall Breaks|breaking the fourth wall]].
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* The Poopsmith is wearing [[Strong Bad]]'s [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]] [[Cool Shades|sunglasses]], and Pom Pom is wearing [[Dangeresque Too]]'s sunglasses.
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* Strong Bad says "Oh, [[Crap|cuh-rap]]!"
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* Bubs proclaims that this was his [[Best/Worst X Ever|best summer ever]].
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* A seven-inch record was seen in [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 13.2]].
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* Homestar's sleeping in resembles that of [[caper]].
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===Real-World References===
===Real-World References===
*The city "The Slickster" (as seen on the Cool Tapes tour map) is a reference to former [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Entertainment|WWE]] manager [[Wikipedia:Ken Johnson (wrestling)|Ken Johnson]], whose ring name was Slick and often called "The Slickster" by the commentators.
*The city "The Slickster" (as seen on the Cool Tapes tour map) is a reference to former [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Entertainment|WWE]] manager [[Wikipedia:Ken Johnson (wrestling)|Ken Johnson]], whose ring name was Slick and often called "The Slickster" by the commentators.

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