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[[Image:yes, wrestling.png|thumb|"Never before had two chairs and a potted plant so transformed the wrestling ring!"]]
[[Image:yes, wrestling.png|thumb|"Never before had two chairs and a potted plant so transformed the wrestling ring!"]]
Strong Bad demonstrates various costumes and gimmicks from his wrestling career.
Strong Bad demonstrates various costumes and gimmicks from his wrestling career.
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*:'''THE ANNOUNCER:''' And Rax, anything you'd care to add?
*:'''THE ANNOUNCER:''' And Rax, anything you'd care to add?
*:'''STRONG MAD:''' BEEF AND CHEDDAR!  FIVE FOR FIVE!
*:'''STRONG MAD:''' BEEF AND CHEDDAR!  FIVE FOR FIVE!
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*At the end, click on Strong Sad's watering can to see a [[Halloween]] parody scene with Homestar and the Brothers Strong in the field at night as il Cartographer, a Facepaint Connection member, Gardenboy, and The Jack 'Em Up Kid.
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*At the end, click on Strong Sad's watering can to see a Halloween parody scene with Homestar and the Brothers Strong in the [[Halloween|Field at night]] as il Cartographer, a Facepaint Connection member, Gardenboy, and The Jack 'Em Up Kid.
*:'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Hey, Strong Bad. I really like your Rudy from ''Fat Albert'' costume.
*:'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:''' Hey, Strong Bad. I really like your Rudy from ''Fat Albert'' costume.
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===Explanations===
===Explanations===
*"Bfn" stands for "[[Wikipedia:Bloemfontein|Bloemfontein]]", one of South Africa's three capital cities.
*"Bfn" stands for "[[Wikipedia:Bloemfontein|Bloemfontein]]", one of South Africa's three capital cities.
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**Strong Bad reads it as "best friends never", which is a play on the abbreviation "BFF", meaning "Best friends forever".
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**Strong Bad reads it as "best friends never," which is a play off of the acronym "BFF," meaning "Best friends forever."
*The "1/8 nelson" is not a wrestling hold, but the half-nelson and three-quarter [[wikipedia:Nelson hold|nelson]] are amateur wrestling holds designed to get a quick pinfall, and the full nelson (which is illegal in NCAA wrestling) is a famous submission hold in the professional ranks.
*The "1/8 nelson" is not a wrestling hold, but the half-nelson and three-quarter [[wikipedia:Nelson hold|nelson]] are amateur wrestling holds designed to get a quick pinfall, and the full nelson (which is illegal in NCAA wrestling) is a famous submission hold in the professional ranks.
*A [[Wikipedia:cartographer|cartographer]] is a mapmaker.
*A [[Wikipedia:cartographer|cartographer]] is a mapmaker.
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*During Strong Bad's rant as a member of the Facepaint Connection, he appears to give the [[double deuce]].
*During Strong Bad's rant as a member of the Facepaint Connection, he appears to give the [[double deuce]].
*Strong Mad has a [[gun]] in his singlet as one of the Foreign Object Brothers.
*Strong Mad has a [[gun]] in his singlet as one of the Foreign Object Brothers.
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*Strong Bad mentions his [[Own Dang X|Own Dang Self]].
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* Strong Bad mentions his [[Own Dang X|Own Dang Self]].
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*"il Cartographer" is another appearance of [[lowercase i's]].
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*The potted plant in the in-ring interview segment is [[Credenza]].
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===Real-World References===
===Real-World References===
====Wrestling References====
====Wrestling References====
*The Cheat's character is based on famous wrestling manager "[[Wikipedia:Harry Fujiwara|Mr. Fuji]]".
*The Cheat's character is based on famous wrestling manager "[[Wikipedia:Harry Fujiwara|Mr. Fuji]]".
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*Strong Bad's interview segment is based on many wrestlers having interview segments (most famously [[Wikipedia:Roddy Piper|Roddy Piper]]'s [[Wikipedia:Piper's Pit|Piper's Pit]]") mid-show.
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*Strong Bad's interview segment is based on many wrestlers having interviews segments (most famously [[Wikipedia:Roddy Piper|Roddy Piper]]'s [[Wikipedia:Piper's Pit|Piper's Pit]]") mid-show.
*"Pay-per-viewver Series" refers to [[Wikipedia:Survivor Series|Survivor Series]], a [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Entertainment|WWE]] pay-per-view event.
*"Pay-per-viewver Series" refers to [[Wikipedia:Survivor Series|Survivor Series]], a [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Entertainment|WWE]] pay-per-view event.
*The Sanctum of Spiky Shoulder Pads is a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Road Warriors|Road Warriors]] tag team (aka the Legion of Doom), who became famous for their shoulder pads covered in spikes.
*The Sanctum of Spiky Shoulder Pads is a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Road Warriors|Road Warriors]] tag team (aka the Legion of Doom), who became famous for their shoulder pads covered in spikes.
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*As a member of The Foreign Object Brothers, Strong Mad has a sledgehammer hidden in his tights. This is a reference to [[Wikipedia:Triple H|Triple H]], who uses such a hammer as a trademark foreign object.
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*As a member of The Foreign Object Brothers, Strong Mad has a sledgehammer hidden in his tights. This is a reference to [[Wikipedia:Triple H|Triple H]] who uses such a hammer as a trademark foreign object.
*The razor blade lodged in Strong Mad's forehead as part of his costume as a Foreign Objects Brother references [[Wikipedia:Blading (professional wrestling)|blading]], the method that professional wrestlers use to make themselves bleed mid-match. Blading involves using a razor blade like Strong Mad's to surreptitiously cut oneself mid-match so that nobody notices that the cut is self-inflicted.  Many older wrestlers have noticeable scar tissue on their forehead (much like Strong Mad does in the clip) from blading hundreds of times in their careers.
*The razor blade lodged in Strong Mad's forehead as part of his costume as a Foreign Objects Brother references [[Wikipedia:Blading (professional wrestling)|blading]], the method that professional wrestlers use to make themselves bleed mid-match. Blading involves using a razor blade like Strong Mad's to surreptitiously cut oneself mid-match so that nobody notices that the cut is self-inflicted.  Many older wrestlers have noticeable scar tissue on their forehead (much like Strong Mad does in the clip) from blading hundreds of times in their careers.
*The Wild Vacationers is a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Wild Samoans|Wild Samoans]] tag team who were managed by [[Wikipedia:Lou Albano|Captain Lou Albano]]. Albano would often wear a Hawaiian shirt to the ring, much like the Vacationers.
*The Wild Vacationers is a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Wild Samoans|Wild Samoans]] tag team who were managed by [[Wikipedia:Lou Albano|Captain Lou Albano]]. Albano would often wear a Hawaiian shirt to the ring, much like the Vacationers.
*The Facepaint Connection is a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Blade Runners|Blade Runners]], a tag team in Bill Watts' old [[Wikipedia:Universal Wrestling Federation (Bill Watts)|UWF]]. Both of its members would become icons, [[Wikipedia:Sting (wrestler)|Sting]] and the [[Wikipedia:Warrior (wrestler)|Ultimate Warrior]].
*The Facepaint Connection is a reference to the [[Wikipedia:Blade Runners|Blade Runners]], a tag team in Bill Watts' old [[Wikipedia:Universal Wrestling Federation (Bill Watts)|UWF]]. Both of its members would become icons, [[Wikipedia:Sting (wrestler)|Sting]] and the [[Wikipedia:Warrior (wrestler)|Ultimate Warrior]].
** Strong Bad's interview talking about The Jack 'Em Up Kid is a twist on an [[Wikipedia:Ultimate Warrior|Ultimate Warrior]] interview, which were, more often than not, nonsensical.
** Strong Bad's interview talking about The Jack 'Em Up Kid is a twist on an [[Wikipedia:Ultimate Warrior|Ultimate Warrior]] interview, which were, more often than not, nonsensical.
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*Homestar's costume and stage-name resemble that of veteran pro-wrestler Shawn Michaels, [[Wikipedia:Shawn Michaels|the Heartbreak Kid]].
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*Homestar's costume and stage-name resemble that of veteran pro-wressler Shawn Michaels, [[Wikipedia:Shawn Michaels|the Heartbreak Kid]].
*Homestar's quote, "Whatchoo gonna did, when you get jacked up by the Jack 'Em Up Kid?" is a twist of [[Wikipedia:Hulk Hogan|Hulk Hogan]]'s famous interview-ending catchphrase, "Whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you?!" In addition, beginning "Well you know, announcer man..." is similar to Hogan's famous interview opening, "Well ya know something, Mean Gene...", addressed to long-time wrestling personality [[Wikipedia:Gene Okerlund|"Mean" Gene Okerlund]]. Homestar also talks about his Jackemites, similar to the Hogan's hulkamaniacs.
*Homestar's quote, "Whatchoo gonna did, when you get jacked up by the Jack 'Em Up Kid?" is a twist of [[Wikipedia:Hulk Hogan|Hulk Hogan]]'s famous interview-ending catchphrase, "Whatcha gonna do when Hulkamania runs wild on you?!" In addition, beginning "Well you know, announcer man..." is similar to Hogan's famous interview opening, "Well ya know something, Mean Gene...", addressed to long-time wrestling personality [[Wikipedia:Gene Okerlund|"Mean" Gene Okerlund]]. Homestar also talks about his Jackemites, similar to the Hogan's hulkamaniacs.
*Homestar's frequent use of the phrase "Hoo yeah!" is a reference to [[Wikipedia:Randy Savage|Macho Man Randy Savage]], whose famous catchphrase was "Oooh yeah!"
*Homestar's frequent use of the phrase "Hoo yeah!" is a reference to [[Wikipedia:Randy Savage|Macho Man Randy Savage]], whose famous catchphrase was "Oooh yeah!"
*Strong Bad saying, "TAKE ME OFF THE AIR!!!" is a reference to a [[Wikipedia:Paul Heyman|Paul Heyman]] shoot promo from an episode of ''[[Wikipedia:ECW on TNN|ECW on TNN]]'' in 2000.
*Strong Bad saying, "TAKE ME OFF THE AIR!!!" is a reference to a [[Wikipedia:Paul Heyman|Paul Heyman]] shoot promo from an episode of ''[[Wikipedia:ECW on TNN|ECW on TNN]]'' in 2000.
**It could also be a reference to an interview from "Macho Man" Randy Savage in 1980, in which he promises to destroy his opponent and then, as Strong Bad does, quickly ends by twice demanding to be taken off the air.
**It could also be a reference to an interview from "Macho Man" Randy Savage in 1980, in which he promises to destroy his opponent and then, as Strong Bad does, quickly ends by twice demanding to be taken off the air.
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*"Dinosaur tranquilizer fueled ranting and raving" is a reference to an event that happened on the television show ''[[Wikipedia:WWE Friday Night SmackDown!|SmackDown!]]'' in February 2005, when then-champion [[Wikipedia:John Layfield|John Bradshaw Layfield]] was shot with a [[Wikipedia:Tranquilizer dart|tranquilizer dart]] and went into a rant with an inflatable dinosaur in front of a Tokyo crowd (or it could be a reference to the Ultimate Warrior's drug-fuelled promos).
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*"Dinosaur tranquilizer fueled ranting and raving" is a reference to an event that happened on the television show ''[[Wikipedia:WWE Friday Night SmackDown!|SmackDown!]]'' in February 2005, when then-champion [[Wikipedia:John Layfield|John Bradshaw Layfield]] was shot with a [[Wikipedia:Tranquilizer dart|tranquilizer dart]] and went into a rant with an inflatable dinosaur in front of a Tokyo crowd.
* Strong Bad's comment of "That was back in the days when pretending to be a pompous Brit was considered a premium gimmick" relates to wrestlers such as the "Lord" Steven Regal ([[Wikipedia:Darren Matthews|William Regal]]), [[Wikipedia:Dave Taylor (wrestler)|"Squire" Dave Taylor]] and [[Wikipedia:Bobby Eaton|"Earl" Bobby Eaton]] ([[Wikipedia:The Blue Bloods|The Blue Bloods]]), as well as a reference to other wrestlers who falsify their claim to British royalty.
* Strong Bad's comment of "That was back in the days when pretending to be a pompous Brit was considered a premium gimmick" relates to wrestlers such as the "Lord" Steven Regal ([[Wikipedia:Darren Matthews|William Regal]]), [[Wikipedia:Dave Taylor (wrestler)|"Squire" Dave Taylor]] and [[Wikipedia:Bobby Eaton|"Earl" Bobby Eaton]] ([[Wikipedia:The Blue Bloods|The Blue Bloods]]), as well as a reference to other wrestlers who falsify their claim to British royalty.
* The "Entertainment" in AWMPSCE is a reference to WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment, who changed their name in 2002 from the World Wrestling Federation, or WWF, in response to a cease-and-desist order from the [[Wikipedia:World Wide Fund For Nature|World Wide Fund For Nature]], formerly the World Wildlife Fund, who used the same initials.
* The "Entertainment" in AWMPSCE is a reference to WWE, World Wrestling Entertainment, who changed their name in 2002 from the World Wrestling Federation, or WWF, in response to a cease-and-desist order from the [[Wikipedia:World Wide Fund For Nature|World Wide Fund For Nature]], formerly the World Wildlife Fund, who used the same initials.
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**A "Beef 'n Cheddar" is a sandwich available at Arby's restaurants. The sandwiches are periodically sold "Five for $5."
**A "Beef 'n Cheddar" is a sandwich available at Arby's restaurants. The sandwiches are periodically sold "Five for $5."
*[[Wikipedia:Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids|Fat Albert and Rudy]] were 1970s cartoon characters created and hosted by [[Bill Cosby]], based on his stand-up comedy routine.
*[[Wikipedia:Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids|Fat Albert and Rudy]] were 1970s cartoon characters created and hosted by [[Bill Cosby]], based on his stand-up comedy routine.
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*Homestar's theme song as a wrestler is a slowed-down version of the main theme from [[Punch-Out!!]] for the [[Nintendo|Nintendo Entertainment System]].
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*Homestar's theme song as a wrestler is a slowed-down version of the main theme from [[Wikipedia:Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!|Punch-Out!!]] for the [[Nintendo|Nintendo Entertainment System]].
===Fast Forward===
===Fast Forward===
*A "fanimation" was posted on the [[Weekly Fanstuff 2007#WF-2007-11-29|Weekly Fanstuff]] on November 29th, 2007, using [[Cheat Commandos]] figurines; [[Reynold]] as Gardenboy, [[Gunhaver]] as il Cartographer, and the [[Blue Laser Commander]].
*A "fanimation" was posted on the [[Weekly Fanstuff 2007#WF-2007-11-29|Weekly Fanstuff]] on November 29th, 2007, using [[Cheat Commandos]] figurines; [[Reynold]] as Gardenboy, [[Gunhaver]] as il Cartographer, and the [[Blue Laser Commander]].
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*Strong Sad appears again as the Gardenboy in an Easter egg in [[hremail 3184]].
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*Strong Sad appears again as the Gardenboy in an Easter egg in [[hremail3184]].
==DVD Version==
==DVD Version==
{{commentary|email=true}}
{{commentary|email=true}}
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=== Commentary Transcript ===
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== Commentary Transcript ==
('''Commentary by:''' [[Matt Chapman]], [[Mike Chapman]])
('''Commentary by:''' [[Matt Chapman]], [[Mike Chapman]])
'''MATT:''' Why do you think this one is called, "Yes comma Wrestling," Mike?
'''MATT:''' Why do you think this one is called, "Yes comma Wrestling," Mike?
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'''MIKE:''' Well, because, you know, Strong Bad sort of always avoided, that he's a Mexican wrestler.
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'''MIKE:''' Well, because you know, Strong Bad sort of always avoided, that he's a Mexican wrestler.
'''MATT:''' Oh.
'''MATT:''' Oh.
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'''MIKE:''' I think so.
'''MIKE:''' I think so.
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'''MATT:''' We grew up watching wrestling, ''{pronounces the "t" sound in "wrestling" that is otherwise silent}'' Mike.
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'''MATT:''' We grew up watching wrestling, ''{pronounces the t sound in wrestling that is otherwise silent}'' Mike.
'''MIKE:''' We did. We used to watch it—
'''MIKE:''' We did. We used to watch it—
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'''MIKE:''' A glossy maybe?
'''MIKE:''' A glossy maybe?
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'''MATT:''' Stuck that on— yeah, glossy of Hulk Hogan. And I think maybe even that drawing that Donnie's friend Adam had drawn of Hulk Hogan.
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'''MATT:''' Stuck that on— yeah glossy of Hulk Hogan. And I think maybe even that drawing that Donnie's friend Adam had drawn of Hulk Hogan.
'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' ''{laughs}'' Uh huh.
'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' ''{laughs}'' Uh huh.
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'''MATT:''' And uh, he made this little shrine, to just sort of be like, all right—
'''MATT:''' And uh, he made this little shrine, to just sort of be like, all right—
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' During the match, as if it were live. I was like, "Okay, if I set all this stuff up, Hulk's definitely gonna win."
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' During the match, as if it were live. I was like, "Okay if I set all this stuff up, Hulk's definitely gonna win."
'''MATT:''' ''{laughs}''
'''MATT:''' ''{laughs}''
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'''MIKE:''' So the il Cartographer is kind of, uh, the genius.
'''MIKE:''' So the il Cartographer is kind of, uh, the genius.
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'''MATT:''' Mm-hmm.
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'''MATT:''' Mm hmm.
'''MIKE:''' Uh, what was another one of his, that was uh Lanny Poffo's— He would read, read poems on a frisbee—
'''MIKE:''' Uh, what was another one of his, that was uh Lanny Poffo's— He would read, read poems on a frisbee—
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'''MATT:''' Yup.
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'''MATT:''' yup.
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'''MIKE:''' and then threw them out to the crowd.
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'''MIKE:''' and then through them out to the crowd.
'''MATT:''' Yeah.
'''MATT:''' Yeah.
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'''MATT:''' ''{both laugh}'' Yeah.
'''MATT:''' ''{both laugh}'' Yeah.
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'''MIKE:''' Mouth of the South had his megaphone, Jim Cornette had a tennis racket. ''{laughs}''
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'''MIKE:''' Mouth of the South had his megaphone, Jim Cornette had a Tennis Racket. ''{laughs}''
'''MATT:''' ''{laughs}''
'''MATT:''' ''{laughs}''
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'''MIKE:''' No.
'''MIKE:''' No.
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'''MATT:''' He just had... a glittery jacket, with his name on it, usually.
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'''MATT:''' He just had a— a glittery jacket, with his name on it usually.
'''MIKE:''' ''{laughs}'' The Slickster had a boombox. ''{laughs}''
'''MIKE:''' ''{laughs}'' The Slickster had a boombox. ''{laughs}''
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'''MATH:''' ''{laughs}'' Uh, I would kinda like to, um... I think I'd like a wrestling show. Somewhere— I'm surprised no one made a wrestling show that is just this. Like there's no match, like you don't see, I— uh— you don't see any matches. You just see the in-between.
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'''MATH:''' ''{laughs}'' Uh, I would kinda like to, um. I think I'd like a wrestling show. Somewhere— I'm surprised no one made a wrestling show that is just this. Like there's no match, like you don't see, I— uh— you don't see any matches. You just see the in between.
'''MIKE:''' Oh yeah. Just the—
'''MIKE:''' Oh yeah. Just the—
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'''MATT:''' ''{simultaneously}'' It's kinda like that, uh, brawl thing. Our— our local improv, one of our local improv places did— basically did that. They would just do the in-between match stuff, and then they would play, they'd just like everybody would watch them—
'''MATT:''' ''{simultaneously}'' It's kinda like that, uh, brawl thing. Our— our local improv, one of our local improv places did— basically did that. They would just do the in-between match stuff, and then they would play, they'd just like everybody would watch them—
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' Oh, it was a wrestling game?
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' Oh it was a wrestling game?
'''MATT:''' ''{laughing}'' —play some like, WWF game, for like, the Playstation.
'''MATT:''' ''{laughing}'' —play some like, WWF game, for like, the Playstation.
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'''MATT:''' Yup.
'''MATT:''' Yup.
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'''MIKE:''' So they still do this. They still have these in-ring interview things, where they just like—
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'''MIKE:''' So they still do this. They still have these in ring interview things, where they just like—
'''MATT:''' Put a carpet down? ''{laughs}''
'''MATT:''' Put a carpet down? ''{laughs}''
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''{Strong Bad hits Homestar over the head with a folding chair}''
''{Strong Bad hits Homestar over the head with a folding chair}''
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'''MATT:''' Oh, man, that was rough.
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'''MATT:''' Oh, man that was rough.
'''MIKE:''' ''{laughs simultaneously}''
'''MIKE:''' ''{laughs simultaneously}''
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'''MATT:''' Oh yeah, who— shouldn't you know if you're gonna be guest on one of those, ''{Mike starts to laugh}'' in— in— in-ring interview programs, that like, this is probably going to turn into a wrestling match at some point? You're in a wrestling ring, for Pete's sake.
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'''MATT:''' Oh yeah, who— shouldn't you know if you're gonna be guest on one of those, ''{Mike starts to laugh}'' in— in— in ring interview programs, that like, this is probably going to turn into a wrestling match at some point? You're in a wrestling ring, for Pete's sake.
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''{the Gardenboy theme song plays}''
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''{Garden Boy theme song plays}''
'''MATT:''' That's a good theme song there.
'''MATT:''' That's a good theme song there.
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'''MIKE:''' Mm-hmm.
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'''MIKE:''' Mm hmm.
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'''MATT:''' Did— we never owned "Piledriver", did we? Or "Piledriver Volume 2"?
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'''MATT:''' Did— we never owned "Piledriver" did we? Or "Piledriver Volume 2?"
'''MIKE:''' No. I dunno why.
'''MIKE:''' No. I dunno why.
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'''MATT:''' Oh yeah.
'''MATT:''' Oh yeah.
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' 'Cause we certainly— we we're certainly still in thick of, into being all— being into all of that when it came out.
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' 'cause we certainly— we we're certainly still in thick of, in to being all— being into all of that when it came out.
'''MATT:''' Yeah. ''{sadly}'' Oh.
'''MATT:''' Yeah. ''{sadly}'' Oh.
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====Fun Facts====
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===Fun Facts===
*[[Wikipedia:Hunter S. Thompson|Hunter S. Thompson]] was a well known novelist famous for writing [[Wikipedia:Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (book)|Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas]], which was later adapted into a [[Wikipedia:Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (film)|1998 movie of the same name]] directed by Terry Gilliam.
*[[Wikipedia:Hunter S. Thompson|Hunter S. Thompson]] was a well known novelist famous for writing [[Wikipedia:Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (book)|Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas]], which was later adapted into a [[Wikipedia:Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas (film)|1998 movie of the same name]] directed by Terry Gilliam.
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*[[Wikipedia:Piledriver – The Wrestling Album 2|Piledriver - The Wrestling Album 2]], or as Matt called it, "Piledriver," was actually the second in a series of WWF wrestling music to be released in vinyl format in 1987. There was a VHS version released as well, but an album named "Piledriver Volume 2" does not exist.
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*[[Wikipedia:Piledriver – The Wrestling Album 2|Piledriver - The Wrestling Album 2]], or as Matt called it, "Piledriver," was actually the second in a series of WWF wrestling music to be released in vinyl format in 1987. There was a VHS version released as well, but an album named, "Piledriver Volume 2" does not exist.
*While the Road Warriors and Legion of Doom were the same group of wrestlers, they only used the name Legion of Doom in the WWF.
*While the Road Warriors and Legion of Doom were the same group of wrestlers, they only used the name Legion of Doom in the WWF.
*The Brothers "half blame [[Wikipedia:Jack Black|Jack Black]]" since Black starred in the movie [[Wikipedia:Nacho Libre|Nacho Libre]], which was about a Mexican wrestler.
*The Brothers "half blame [[Wikipedia:Jack Black|Jack Black]]" since Black starred in the movie [[Wikipedia:Nacho Libre|Nacho Libre]], which was about a Mexican wrestler.
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*"That cartoon that everybody thought we were ripping off early on" probably refers to ''[[Wikipedia:¡Mucha Lucha!|¡Mucha Lucha!]]'', which aired between 2002 and 2005. It was also animated in Flash and had a main character who wore a red luchador mask.
 
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