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*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!"

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