Happy Hallow-day Costumes

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Costumes that the characters wore in Happy Hallow-day, Halloween 2006.

Image Character Costume Explanation External Links
Strong Mad As The Maxx Strong Mad The Maxx The Maxx is a superhero from an eponymous comic book series written and illustrated by Sam Kieth (with writing assistance from William Messner-Loebs earlier on in the series and from Alan Moore in a later issue), and published by Image Comics. It was later adapted into a 15-minute animated TV show on MTV. Wikipedia article
The Cheat As Gizmo The Cheat Gizmo Gizmo is a creature called a Mogwai from the 1984 movie Gremlins and its 1990 sequel Gremlins II: The New Batch. Gizmo is allergic to sunlight, which Strong Sad refers to in an Easter egg. Wikipedia article
Strong Bad As Father Guido Sarducci Strong Bad Father Guido Sarducci Father Guido Sarducci was a character played by Don Novello. The character is most well known from his many appearances on Saturday Night Live. Wikipedia article
Homestar Runner As Teen Wolf Homestar Runner Teen Wolf Teen Wolf was a 1985 comedy film starring Michael J. Fox as Scott Howard, a high school student who discovers his family's peculiar heritage when he turns into a werewolf. Homestar's costume refers to several scenes in Teen Wolf where Scott plays basketball as the wolf. Wikipedia article
Strong Sad As Tony Clifton Strong Sad Tony Clifton Tony Clifton was a character created by comedian Andy Kaufman. He has also been played by Kaufman's friend Bob Zmuda. Clifton was a former celebrity who became a lounge singer and had a crude demeanor and a nasal and annoying singing voice. Wikipedia article
Pom Pom As Mario Batali Pom Pom Mario Batali Mario Batali is an American chef and former Food Network personality. Batali's specialty is Italian cuisine, and he was featured on both his own show Molto Mario and as one of the Iron Chefs on Iron Chef America. He was one of the hosts of The Chew, a food-centric lifestyle talk show on ABC from 2011 to 2017, when he was fired for multiple cases of sexual misconduct. IMDb listing
Marzipan As Frida Kahlo Marzipan Frida Kahlo Frida Kahlo (July 6, 1907 – July 13, 1954) was a Mexican painter who depicted the indigenous culture of her country in a style combining Realism, Symbolism and Surrealism. An active communist supporter, she was the wife of Mexican muralist and cubist painter Diego Rivera. Her many self-portraits were notoriously unflattering, and often accentuated her mustache and unibrow. Wikipedia article
Coach Z As Queen Latifah Coach Z Queen Latifah Queen Latifah (born Dana Elaine Owens on March 18, 1970) is a Grammy-winning American rapper/singer and Academy Award-nominated actress. Coach Z's costume specifically depicts Queen Latifah as she appeared in her African-inspired music video for "Ladies First". Wikipedia article
Bubs As Coach McGuirk Bubs Coach McGuirk Coach John McGuirk is a character, voiced by H. Jon Benjamin, from the television show Home Movies. He is Brendon and Melissa's soccer coach, an overweight, alcoholic, incompetent coach of an incompetent team, who constantly gives Brendon bad advice. Wikipedia article
The King of Town As The Gorton's Fisherman The King of Town The Gorton's Fisherman The Gorton's Fisherman is the longtime advertising mascot for Gorton's of Gloucester, a company that makes and sells frozen seafood products. His name is used in the company's slogan, "Trust the Gorton's Fisherman". Wikipedia article
The Poopsmith As Necron 99 The Poopsmith Necron 99 Necron 99 is a character from Ralph Bakshi's animated post-apocalyptic science fiction/fantasy film Wizards. Necron 99 is a robot sent by the mutant wizard Blackwolf to kill those who believe in magic. Wikipedia article
Homsar As Ed Grimley Homsar Ed Grimley Edward Mayhoff 'Ed' Grimley was a character created and played by Canadian actor Martin Short. First seen on SCTV in 1982, Short later appeared as Grimley on Saturday Night Live and in his own Saturday morning cartoon, The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley. Wikipedia article
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