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*The Introduction for Disc Two is a reference to "[[invisibility]]".
*The Introduction for Disc Two is a reference to "[[invisibility]]".
*The appearance of the [[Bad Graphics Ghost]] is a reference to "[[ghosts]]".
*The appearance of the [[Bad Graphics Ghost]] is a reference to "[[ghosts]]".
*In the Everybody to the Limit karaoke video, the word "[[Fhqwhgads|fhqwhgads]]" is spelled "fhqwghads" with the "h" misplaced.
*The karaoke video's backgrounds and scoring systems may be a reference to foriegn Karaoke boxes. After a song, the singer gets a rating from 1 to 100 depending on how well he or she sang.
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[[Category:Strong Bad DVD]]

Revision as of 02:49, 17 March 2005

The title given to this article is incorrect due to technical limitations. The correct title is strongbad_email.exe Disc Two.

This is Disc Two for strongbad_email.exe. This disc includes e-mails #51-80. To see artwork for Disc Two, see strongbad_email.exe DVD Artwork.


FBI Warning

The FBI Warning for Disc Two.

Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner


{The standard FBI warning text appears on a background with constantly shifting colors.}

TEXT: Federal law provides severe civil and criminal penalties for the unauthorized reproduction, distribution or exhibition of copyrighted motion pictures, video tapes or video discs. Criminal copyright infringement is investigated by the FBI and may constitute a felony with maximum penalty of up to five years in prison and/or a $250,000 fine.

{Homestar walks up, and looks at the warning. Homestar then spits a couple Teddy Grahams at the warning, and they stick.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: That's better!

{Homestar walks away}


The intro for Disc Two.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Bad Graphics Ghost


{Cut to the computer desk, which has the old, taped-up Tandy 400 on it.}

STRONG BAD: Hey there, old girl. Lookin' good {Strong Bad points out the window} Hey, what's what over there? {Strong Bad violently knocks the Tandy off the computer desk, and replaces it with the Compy 386} Now lay it on me, 386! {the 386 starts up and plays the tune} Oh, I love that little song.

{The Paper comes down with the menu options. After about 30 seconds, the Tandy 400 and Bad Graphics Ghost appear from the top of the screen}


{The Bad Graphics Ghost floats away}

STRONG BAD: Whew, that was a close one.



Bonus Stuff

Bonus Stuff Transcript

{Again in 3D, the camera flies through the Rec Room past Strong Mad on the couch and The Cheat in the crisper drawer, both watching TV, on its way to the Trogdor arcade machine.}

THE CHEAT: {The Cheat noises}

STRONG MAD: Did you just say bonus stuff?

{After a 30 second pause, the camera pulls back to reveal Strong Bad has walked up to the machine.}

STRONG BAD: Alright choosey, time's up, I'm playing Trogdor. {He plays.} Oh yeah, don't stop a-squsihing. {He dies.} What? What's wrong with this stupid game? {He pounds the machine.}

Easter Eggs

  • A video of Gary from Limozeen playing The Cheatar, highlight the Nite Mamas karaoke video and press right until Strong Bad's head appears. Then press ok.

Fun Facts for Disc Two


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