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==Transcript==
==Transcript==
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{singing}'' My email is a cell phone, no it's not! My email is a CAR-phone! That's right. ''{brings up the email, which is aligned to the right side of the screen}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{singing}'' My E. mail is a cell' 'phone, no it's not! My E. mail is a CAR-'phone! That's right. ''{brings up the E. mail, which is aligned to the right side of the screen}''
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==Easter Eggs==
==Easter Eggs==
*Click on "breakfast" when Strong Bad types it to can see a box of "Crispy Puppy Crunch" cereal.
*Click on "breakfast" when Strong Bad types it to can see a box of "Crispy Puppy Crunch" cereal.
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*At the end, click on the TV screen to see a short scene with the King of Town.
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*At the end, click on the T.V. screen to see a short scene with the King of Town.
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:''{The King of Town is sitting in his castle, watching TV.}''
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:''{The King of Town is sitting in his castle, watching T.V.}''
:'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{on the television}'' They even banned those movies in Transylvania, where you're required by law to eat puppies for breakfast!
:'''STRONG BAD:''' ''{on the television}'' They even banned those movies in Transylvania, where you're required by law to eat puppies for breakfast!
:'''THE KING OF TOWN:''' Poopsmith, pack-a my bags!  And don't forget my plastic fangs!
:'''THE KING OF TOWN:''' Poopsmith, pack-a my bags!  And don't forget my plastic fangs!
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*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.
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*Also at the end, click on the half-hidden electrical outlet to the right of the T.V. to see a short scene with Homsar and Strong Sad.
:''{Homsar and Strong Sad are in the computer room, wearing yellow shirts and holding signs, both reading "Holy Crap!"
:''{Homsar and Strong Sad are in the computer room, wearing yellow shirts and holding signs, both reading "Holy Crap!"
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:'''STRONG SAD:'''  Just a couple more days, I swear!  He's waaaaaay overdue!
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:'''STRONG SAD:'''  Just a couple more days, I swear!  He's waaaaaay over-due!
==Fun Facts==
==Fun Facts==
===Explanations===
===Explanations===
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*The films Strong Bad lists are parodies of [[Wikipedia:Exploitation film|exploitation films]], especially those made in the 1960s and 1970s.  The films were often done cheaply, with one person serving as writer, producer and director.
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*The films Strong Bad lists are parodies of [[Wikipedia:Exploitation film|exploitation films]], especially those made in the 1960s and 1970s.  The films were often done cheaply, with one human serving as writer, producer and director.
===Trivia===
===Trivia===
*The label on the [[Floppy Disk Container]] reads "Mutant League Football".
*The label on the [[Floppy Disk Container]] reads "Mutant League Football".
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*Strong Bad last said "[[holy crap]]" on the main site in the email [[pop-up]], released over two years ago.
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*Strong Bad last said "[[holy crap]]" on the main site in the E. mail [[pop-up]], released over two years ago.
*The credits for ''[[:Image:BakesaleNightmare.png|Women's Penitentiary Bakesale Nightmare]]'' movie poster read:
*The credits for ''[[:Image:BakesaleNightmare.png|Women's Penitentiary Bakesale Nightmare]]'' movie poster read:
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===Remarks===
===Remarks===
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*Strong Sad's knees have swirls on them in this email.
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*Strong Sad's knees have swirls on them in this E. mail.
===Goofs===
===Goofs===
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*Previously, Strong Bad said he was banned from [[the movies]].
*Previously, Strong Bad said he was banned from [[the movies]].
*Strong Bad said Coach Z only looked kinda like his [[Parents|mom]].
*Strong Bad said Coach Z only looked kinda like his [[Parents|mom]].
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*This email shows [[guns]], [[eggs]], and [[bacon]].
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*This E. mail shows [[guns]], [[eggs]], and [[bacon]].
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*In Bubs's original [[Yearbook Characters Page|characters page]], it was listed that he took night classes at Disco Tech, which is written on his sweatshirt in this toon.
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*In Bubs's original [[Yearbook Characters Page|characters page]], it was listed that he took night classes at Disco Tech, which is written on his sweat-shirt in this toon.
*The Carphone was previously seen in [[dangeresque 3]].
*The Carphone was previously seen in [[dangeresque 3]].
*"Some people who know what's best" also gave "Pony Fights" a PG-13 rating in [[Commandos in the Classroom]].
*"Some people who know what's best" also gave "Pony Fights" a PG-13 rating in [[Commandos in the Classroom]].
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*"Axe-Gun" was written and directed by [[Cherry Greg]]. It stars [[The Deke]] and also includes [[Mary Palaroncini]] in its cast.
*"Axe-Gun" was written and directed by [[Cherry Greg]]. It stars [[The Deke]] and also includes [[Mary Palaroncini]] in its cast.
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===Real-World References===
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===Reality References===
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*[[Wikipedia:E. E. Cummings|E. E. Cummings]] was a 20th century poet well known for his free verse poems, with little to no concern for standard meter or proper punctuation.
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*[[Wikipedia:E. E. Cummings|E. E. Cummings]] was a twentieth century poet well known for his free-verse poems, with little to no concern for standard meter or proper punctuation.
== External Links ==  
== External Links ==  

Revision as of 19:12, 7 April 2008

Strong Bad Email #193
watch shapeshifter specially marked
"Uh, I seem to have left my identificaption in my other, older, and more professional briefcase..."

Strong Bad explains his favorite 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

Transcript

STRONG BAD: {singing} My E. mail is a cell' 'phone, no it's not! My E. mail is a CAR-'phone! That's right. {brings up the E. mail, which is aligned to the right side of the screen}

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 of movies. R-rated movies! A-can I get a {high-pitched} 'restricted'?

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

STRONG BAD: Not from you!

STRONG SAD: Aww, I've 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 blur 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, and he didn't kill it, but then later on 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! {turns back to the computer} Then in RRR-rated movies, you can show bullets go all the way through people!

{cuts to a street-crossing sign of a guy with a bowler hat.}

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} In the front, through their guts and organs and breakfast and RIGHT OUT the BACK! That is nasty, man!

{as he says this, a bullet shouts through the man, making a rip in his backside, spilling two organs, possibly a stomach an a heart, and some breakfast of eggs bacon and orange juice come out the back, and the bullet appears and flies out. The scene fades to a green rating-screen.}

THE FOLLOWING FILM HAS BEEN APPROVED FOR
CERTAIN AUDIENCES
BY SOME PEOPLE WHO KNOW WHAT'S BEST


IT BE RATED
RRR FOR EXPLICIT BREAKFAST-PIERCING BULLETS

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} There's some triple-R rated stuff out there that even I can't stomach. {Cut back to the Lappy. Typing} Only three have ever been made: {As he lists them, posters for each of the movies appears.} 'Women's Penitentiary Bakesale Nightmare,' 'The Fists of Knuckles' series, and 'Axe-Gun: Lengends of the Brain-Outener.' They even banned those movies in Transylvania, where you're required by law to eat puppies for breakfast. And even if a theater were showing it, which ours conveniently is, you gotta be like sixty-something years old just to buy tickets.

{Cut to movie theater. Strong Bad, wearing a felt hat and carrying a briefcase, walks up to usher Senor Cardgage.}

STRONG BAD: {drops suitcase and rubs back} Ow, my pension. Oh, hello, my good man. Just taking my two sons, here, who are home from college, to see their first triple-R rated movie.

{Cut to Coach Z and Bubs, standing behind. Coach Z is wearing a white baseball cap and a backpack, and sporting a goatee. Bubs is wearing a Disco Tech hooded sweatshirt.}

COACH Z: Hey, Pop, can I borrow the Vorlvo?

BUBS: Dad, Gena and I are moving in together.

{Cut back to Strong Bad and Senor Cardgage}

STRONG BAD: {To Coach Z and Bubs, offscreen behind him} I'll deal with you two later! {Turns to Senor Cardgage, smiling and laughing nervously} Heh heh. Kids that are old enough for me to be in my sixties. What're you gonna do?

{Close up of Senor Cardgage}

SENOR CARDGAGE: I'm sorry, Bridget, but can I steep some identificaption?

{Cut back to include Strong Bad, who pats his pants and rubs his head vigorously}

STRONG BAD: Uh, I seem to have left my identificaption in my other, older, and more professional briefcase...uh...

{Close up of Senor Cardgage}

SENOR CARDGAGE: Soggy, Junior. Come back when you're all grolled up.

{Cut to silhouette of Strong Bad, Coach Z and Bubs standing behind a brick wall}

BUBS: Man, I told you that lame-brained plan wouldn't work. {Close up of Strong Bad leaning on the wall, with Bubs and Coach Z behind him. Bubs and Coach Z ar still wearing their college outfits, and Strong Bad's hat is next to him.} We shoulda been your parents.

STRONG BAD: What? I'm way too good looking for anyone to believe that I'm you guy's kid. And Coach Z only kinda looks like my mom.

COACH Z: Hey, thanks! You want I should shave my legs?

STRONG BAD: Ignoring that. Well, it looks like there's only one thing left to do.

{Cut to Strong Bad's basement. Strong Bad and Coach Z are sitting on the couch, Bubs is standing behind it. Two bags of chips and Strong Bad's hat and briefcase are on and around the couch.}

STRONG BAD: Ah, nothing like watching lower-case-r rated movies on scramble cable.

{Close up of television. The only thing that can be seen on the screen is blurry, colored swirls of static, scrolling up across the screen}

MAN'S VOICE: Stop eating glass!

COACH Z: {offscreen} I think I just saw a puppy get eaten!

GIRL'S VOICE: Cakey blood.

BUBS: {offscreen} That is one luuurid bake sale.

MAN'S VOICE: Real gross wound.

STRONG BAD: {offscreen} Ewww. Look at all that breakfast.

MAN'S VOICE: Broken skull puncture!

{New Paper comes down}

GIRL'S VOICE: Two underwears.

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 T.V. screen to see a short scene with the King of Town.
{The King of Town is sitting in his castle, watching T.V.}
STRONG BAD: {on the television} They even banned those movies in Transylvania, where you're required by law to eat puppies for breakfast!
THE KING OF TOWN: Poopsmith, pack-a my bags! And don't forget my plastic fangs!
  • Also at the end, click on the half-hidden electrical outlet to the right of the T.V. to see a short scene with Homsar and Strong Sad.
{Homsar and Strong Sad are in the computer room, wearing yellow shirts and holding signs, both reading "Holy Crap!"
STRONG SAD: Just a couple more days, I swear! He's waaaaaay over-due!

Fun Facts

Explanations

  • The films Strong Bad lists are parodies of exploitation films, especially those made in the 1960s and 1970s. The films were often done cheaply, with one human serving as writer, producer and director.

Trivia

Starring Trina LaBoo Saucy Jackson and Introducing Muffins O.
Casting Art Direction Executive Producer Best Boy Key Grip
Written and Directed by Lem Sportsinterviews
"Fist Of Knuckles" An A. Chimendez film
Starring Crack Stuntman Dirk Hosenmower
Casting Art Direction Executive Producer Best Boy
Written and Directed by A. Chimendez.
Starring The Deke Trina LaBoo and Mary Palaroncini
Casting Art Direction Executive Producer Best Boy
Written and Directed by Cherry Greg

Remarks

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

Goofs

  • When Strong Bad is listing RRR-rated movies and the Axe-Gun: Legends of the Brain-Outener poster appears, the sound of Strong Bad typing suddenly stops, but when it disappears off-screen, the words Strong Bad was saying are on the Lappy's screen.

Inside References

Reality References

  • E. E. Cummings was a twentieth century poet well known for his free-verse poems, with little to no concern for standard meter or proper punctuation.

External Links

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