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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{singing}'' My email is a cellphoooone, no it's not! My email is a CAR-phone! That's right. ''{brings up the email}''
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<div>subject: Fav Movie?</div>
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<table align="right">Dear Strong Bad,<br />What is your favorite movie, and why? And where, if applicable.<br />Sincerely<br />L. Eftformat<br /></table></blockquote>
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{typing erratically over the page}'' Oh, think you're preTTy clever, eh? -e.email cummings ''{clears page, types normally}'' I don't have a favorite movie, but I do have a favorite genre ''{pronounces it John-ra}'' of movies. R-rated movies! ''{high-pitched}'' A-can I get a 'restricted'?
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'''STRONG SAD:''' ''{offscreen for a moment}'' A-restricted!
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Not from you!
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'''STRONG SAD:''' Aww, I been waitin' three days to do that.
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''{Strong Bad turns back to the computer where he continues typing}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' The only thing better than R-rated movies are double and triple R-rated movies! Let me break down the subtle differences for you. In an R-rated movie, the good guy only blows people up in self-defense. But double R''{types RR}''-rated movies are allowed to blue the line! ''{cuts to the back view of the computer}'' Man, I saw this one double R-rated movie, where the good guy, stepped on this rabbit, but he didn't kill it, but then later in the movie, he wished he did! The GOOD GUY! That's messed up, man! You can't let kids watch that kind of thing!
==Easter Eggs==
==Easter Eggs==

Revision as of 11:35, 7 April 2008

Strong Bad Email #193
watch shapeshifter specially marked
"Can I get a-restricted?"

Strong Bad explains his favourite movie genres.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Strong Sad, Senor Cardgage, Bubs, Coach Z, Homsar (Easter egg), The King of Town (Easter egg)

Places: Computer Room, The Movie Theater, The Brick Wall, Strong Bad's Basement, The King of Town's Castle (Easter egg)

Computer: Lappy 486

Date: Monday, April 7, 2008

Running Time: 3:25

Page Title: Lappy 486

Contents

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STRONG BAD: {singing} My email is a cellphoooone, no it's not! My email is a CAR-phone! That's right. {brings up the email}

STRONG BAD: {typing erratically over the page} Oh, think you're preTTy clever, eh? -e.email cummings {clears page, types normally} I don't have a favorite movie, but I do have a favorite genre {pronounces it John-ra} of movies. R-rated movies! {high-pitched} A-can I get a 'restricted'?

STRONG SAD: {offscreen for a moment} A-restricted!

STRONG BAD: Not from you!

STRONG SAD: Aww, I been waitin' three days to do that.

{Strong Bad turns back to the computer where he continues typing}

STRONG BAD: The only thing better than R-rated movies are double and triple R-rated movies! Let me break down the subtle differences for you. In an R-rated movie, the good guy only blows people up in self-defense. But double R{types RR}-rated movies are allowed to blue the line! {cuts to the back view of the computer} Man, I saw this one double R-rated movie, where the good guy, stepped on this rabbit, but he didn't kill it, but then later in the movie, he wished he did! The GOOD GUY! That's messed up, man! You can't let kids watch that kind of thing!

Easter Eggs

  • Click on "breakfast" when Strong Bad types it to can see a box of "Crispy Puppy Crunch" cereal.
  • At the end, click on the TV screen to see a short scene with the King of Town.
  • Also at the end, click on the half-hidden electrical outlet to the right of the TV to see a short scene with Homsar and Strong Sad.

Fun Facts

Remarks

  • Strong Sad's knees have swirls on them in this email.

Inside References

  • Previously, Strong Bad said he was banned from the movies.
  • Strong Bad said Coach Z only looked kinda like his mom.
  • This email shows guns, eggs, and bacon.

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