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'''STRONG BAD:''' Bring to me a suitable email, that I may check it down.
'''STRONG BAD:''' Bring to me a suitable email, that I may check it down.
<blockquote class="lappy email">
Mr Strong Bad<br>
I have 3 sons that wish to join the Strongbadia army. Do you have any pamphlets, brochures, video information on that I could assist.<br>
Yours, <br>
Paul Perth, Western Australia
==Easter Eggs==
==Easter Eggs==

Revision as of 20:43, 21 May 2007

Strong Bad Email #172
watch underlings the paper
Do You Has?

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, The Cheat, [[Strong Mad|]], Strong Sad, The King of Town, The Poopsmith, Homestar Runner

Places: computer room

Computer: Lappy 486

Date: Monday, May 21, 2007

Running Time: 3:40

Page Title: Lappy 486



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STRONG BAD: Bring to me a suitable email, that I may check it down.

Easter Eggs

Fairly Religious Overtones!
  • Click on "Shady Missionaries" to see a Taranchula album of the same name.
  • When Homestar says "The last time I fired up one of my old Sega tapes it made me a waffle", click on him to bring up a picture of a waffle iron with a Genesis-like controller and cartridge attached to it.
  • At the end, click on "Tito the Tophatician's" to see a video clip:
{The Cheat is standing in front of a sign that bears the Cheat Commandos logo and reads "Meet TV's Firebert!" After a long pause with cricket sounds, he takes out a fine tip permanent marker and replaces "Firebert" with "Trogdor." A large crowd of people gathers around.}

Fun Facts

Inside References

  • Strong Bad's claim he already said Strong Badia needs no army references army.
  • The memorial to Frank Bennedetto is also a reference to army.
  • The Cheat changing "Firebert" to "Trogdor" is another reference to army, when Strong Bad told him that Firebert wasn't a good commando name.
  • The Cheat's Tito costume is from part-time job.
  • The music during the Tito scene is from Strongest Man in the World.
  • The Municipality was previously used in disconnected.
  • The Paper's poor condition is a reference to montage, where it's stated that the paper stuck around until email 173, which is the next one.
    • The sound it makes is similar to the one from Sick Day.
  • The On Point Kings were first referenced in origins.
  • The smashed muffler and a pipe are sitting on Strong Bad's recruiting stand.
  • In his "Homestarmy" monologue, Homestar mentions Sega tapes.

Real-World References

  • The Municipality video closely resembles a commercial for the US Marines.
    • The Poopsmith's shield has "Pooper Fi" written on it, a parody of "Semper Fi" a motto of the US Marines.
  • The Poopsmith's transformation into the Municipality Soldier is similar to Prince Adam's transformation into He-Man from the 1980's Filmation cartoon series He-Man.
  • Joe Piscopo is an American comedian known for his work in Saturday Night Live.
  • QuarkXPress is a page layout application for Mac and Windows.

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