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*Strong Bad's "career advisor" sign is similar to the "Psychiatric help" sign used by [[Wikipedia:Lucy van Pelt|Lucy van Pelt]] from the [[Peanuts]] comics. More specifically, it reads "The doctor is real in", with "real in" being the movable part of the sign in ''[[Wikipedia:A Charlie Brown Christmas|A Charlie Brown Christmas]]''.  
*Strong Bad's "career advisor" sign is similar to the "Psychiatric help" sign used by [[Wikipedia:Lucy van Pelt|Lucy van Pelt]] from the [[Peanuts]] comics. More specifically, it reads "The doctor is real in", with "real in" being the movable part of the sign in ''[[Wikipedia:A Charlie Brown Christmas|A Charlie Brown Christmas]]''.  
**The sign also is written in the "Peanuts" [[Fonts#P|font]].
**The sign also is written in the "Peanuts" [[Fonts#P|font]].
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*After Strong Bad gives Homestar the breadmaker idea. Homestar calls him "Eggman," a reference to [[Wikipedia:Sonic the Hedgehog (character)|Sonic the Hedgehog]]'s main enemy [[Wikipedia:Dr. Eggman|Dr. Eggman]]
*The Repulsorlift is the technology used in the ''[[Wikipedia:Star Wars|Star Wars]]'' universe to create lift for vehicles.  It is most notably used on the various speeders, but it also works for spacecraft, such as the [[Wikipedia:X-wing|X-wing]].  It is supposedly based on the creation of artificial gravity "pockets" that act against the natural gravity of other objects.
*The Repulsorlift is the technology used in the ''[[Wikipedia:Star Wars|Star Wars]]'' universe to create lift for vehicles.  It is most notably used on the various speeders, but it also works for spacecraft, such as the [[Wikipedia:X-wing|X-wing]].  It is supposedly based on the creation of artificial gravity "pockets" that act against the natural gravity of other objects.
*The phrase "put your weight on it" (in reference to dancing) comes from the Rudy Ray Moore movie ''[[Wikipedia:Disco Godfather|Disco Godfather]]''.  
*The phrase "put your weight on it" (in reference to dancing) comes from the Rudy Ray Moore movie ''[[Wikipedia:Disco Godfather|Disco Godfather]]''.  

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