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*When the essay appears, click on the word "Sweden" for an animation in the style of a political cartoon, which shows a flag of [[Strongbadia]] shaking hands with a Swedish flag over two piles of fish and meatballs, with the caption "Strong Badia Welcomes Swedish Goods."
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*When the essay appears, click on the word "Sweden" for an animation in the style of a political cartoon, which shows a flag of [[Strongbadia]] shaking hands with a Swedish flag over two piles of fish and meatballs, with the caption "Strong Badia Welcomes Swedish Goods." The banjo music plays.
*Click on the Swedish flag in the first Easter egg to see the Swedish flag doing a dance, with the appropriate caption, "The Swedish Flag Does A Dance."
*Click on the Swedish flag in the first Easter egg to see the Swedish flag doing a dance, with the appropriate caption, "The Swedish Flag Does A Dance."
**This Easter egg resets to the previous one when the music loops back.
**This Easter egg resets to the previous one when the music loops back.

Revision as of 08:08, 14 December 2005

"Hey, send me some of those Swedish fish."

Strong Bad Email #43

Strong Bad receives a very clear and concise email from Viklas, and responds in kind.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Viklas (easter egg)

Places: Computer Room

Computer: Compy 386

Date: September 23, 2002

Running Time: 1:12

Contents

Transcript

STRONG BAD: {singing} All the ladies want to know, who's checkin' that email? Was it Strong Bad?

{reading}

STRONG BAD: Oh really? {holding back laughter} Never would have guessed you weren't from around here. Lessee here, what's the best way to answer this one...

{begins typing, with subtitles included. banjo music starts playing.}

STRONG BAD: For Viklas. Hi? {Sup, Viklas?}

1. Prehaps! I'm've was to make football often times. {I love football. It's the best.} Play? Know. {Oh wait, are you asking about soccer?} Best football results twice again. {I hate soccer. It's the worst.}

2. Every age I have seen out as a baby. {I was one hot baby.} I think I has the solution: {All the girl babies were like...} width times height. {"check out that hot baby."}

3. As a wery old, I can fathom the scene to be with me. {I didn't know what you were talking about here.} Looking always as I ever did. {Hey, send me some of those Swedish fish.} It was not came's. {Oh! And Swedish meatballs!} He borrowed mine. {That would be awesome.}

Okay, Viklas, I hope that answers your questions. I think we're on the same page. Unfortunately, yours has a big F on it.

—Stark Dålig

{Viklas's email appears as an essay with red marks and a big F on it. The Paper comes down.}

Easter Eggs

  • When the essay appears, click on the word "Sweden" for an animation in the style of a political cartoon, which shows a flag of Strongbadia shaking hands with a Swedish flag over two piles of fish and meatballs, with the caption "Strong Badia Welcomes Swedish Goods." The banjo music plays.
  • Click on the Swedish flag in the first Easter egg to see the Swedish flag doing a dance, with the appropriate caption, "The Swedish Flag Does A Dance."
    • This Easter egg resets to the previous one when the music loops back.

Fun Facts

Viklas's Corrected Essay

Explanations

  • "Stark Dålig", which is pronounced something like "Stork Duhleeg", means "Strong Bad" in Swedish. The problem is, "dålig" doesn't mean "bad" as in "cruel," but rather "of poor quality." A more correct Swedish version of Strong Bad's name would be "Stark Elak."
  • Strong Bad says, "Oh wait, are you asking about soccer?" because throughout most of the world soccer is called football and football is called American football.

Remarks

  • The "back" button in the Easter egg has a Swedish/pan-European makeover (bäçk), which would be pronounced something like "besk."
  • At the end of the email, Viklas got five points off for every mistake on his paper, and therefore got a 45%.
  • Viklas is not an actual Swedish name. The author of the email probably just misspelled Niklas (the Swedish form of Nicholas).

Inside References

Real-World References

  • Swedish Fish are a popular variety of gummi candy which originated in Sweden and were developed specifically for the North American market.
  • The music that plays in the Banjo loop is identical to the opening of the VeggieTales theme song.

DVD Version

The two Easter eggs are now separate from each other, though still accessible. For the dancing Swedish flag, select the hidden Strong Bad head near the bottom of the Compy 386's screen, while for Strong Badia accepting Swedish goods, select the hidden Strong Bad head in the text.

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