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"I think I remembered this one line, one time."

Commentary: Strong Bad, Strong Sad, and Homestar Runner talk about the new version of the movie as it's being played.

Page Title: Yello Dello Commentary



[edit] Transcript

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, hello! This is Homestar Runner!

STRONG SAD: And this is Strong Sad.

STRONG BAD: And we're both morons!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: No, "and welcome to the King of Town Super DVD!"

STRONG SAD: Uh, I think he means "the Yello Dello DVD."

STRONG BAD: No, I think what he means is "I'm the dumbest guy on the planet. Here's some proof!"

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Okay, let's begin!

STRONG BAD: Yeah, let's begin. What the crap kind of freaked-up sport are you guys playing anyways? I mean, you're on a football field, but you've got a basketball goal, and basketballs and footballs...

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I know! It's America's pastime! Working with Coach Z is always so great! He's such a—

STRONG BAD: Idiot? Moron? Crap for brains? Creep? You know, Homestar, I saw Coach Z coming out of Marzipan's house the other day...

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Wait. Really? You did?

STRONG BAD: Little known fact: Homestar gained a hundred pounds and shrank two feet for this role.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: It's true. Oh yeah, oh yeah, this is the scene that has subliminal advertisement! Watch, if you see that X, it ends up going between the E and the Z, which means that it... uhm... is easy... does it?

STRONG BAD: {sarcastically} Pfft! You look so great in that lederhosen, Homestar. Shall we start calling you Homestar von Runnerberger or something?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yeah, I look great in that stuff!

STRONG SAD: It was my lederhosen...

STRONG BAD: And so he crapped and crapped and crapped and crapped and crapped all over that rock.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Hey! That only happened once!

STRONG SAD: It was my rock... uh, it always kind of bugged me how you could never get your grammar right here, Homestar. "I think I has the solution?" What's that mean?

STRONG BAD: Oh, and I don't care what anybody says, but that bird is hot. I'll tell you that right now. A fine looking bird. {pause} Oh, here comes my favorite part! Oh ho ho! That's so great! That's a great one, Homestar, classic!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: What? What'd I do?

STRONG SAD: You hit me in the face.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Ohhh, I know! It's America's pastime!

STRONG BAD: Ohh, I hate it when Pom Pom floats like that. It gives me the creeps, you know. I don't trust that guy any farther than I can throw him.

STRONG SAD: Oh, then you must trust Pom Pom a whole lot—

STRONG BAD: Oh shut up, why don't you? You guys were doing pretty good at this point. You hadn't lost any men. Had you found the diamond ring yet?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, yeah, I think we found a diamond ring and some platinum bars and a couple bags of gold.

STRONG BAD: {mockingly} "Oh, I don't know, Homestar, that looks really dangerous."

STRONG SAD: Stop that!

STRONG BAD: {mockingly} "Oh come on guys, let's do it for Marzipan!"

{Homestar laughs}

STRONG BAD: {mockingly} "Well, I already got Marzipan a present."

STRONG SAD: Stop it!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: No, no, keep it up, Strong Bad! I DO sound funny! {short pause} Who's that? Oh, wait.

STRONG BAD: Okay, now before you guys start, I've got to say, in my defense, that I never wore a pair of oven mitts in my life, okay? Those have obviously been added in later on using the most advanced computer magic available. All right?

{Homestar starts laughing}

STRONG BAD: What? I'm serious!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, I wasn't laughing at you. I was laughing at Marzipan. She's funny lookin'.

STRONG BAD: {referring to the Yello Dello} Oh, man. What a hottie.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Okay, now this scene is my pride and joy. I wrote this whole song all by myself. Well, except for the lyrics. And for the music.

STRONG BAD: Uh, yeah, I got an idea for you: jump. Okay, Homestar, where the crap are your legs in this scene?

STRONG SAD: Well, actually, Homestar wasn't in this scene. That was a sophisticated puppet that I'm operating with one of my hands at... offscreen?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh yeah, I remember that. They had to replace me because I didn't have any legs.

STRONG BAD: Bwahahahaha! Okay, I lied, man. THIS is my favorite part of the whole cartoon. Ha ha ha. Oh, look at him. His head looks like one of those things on a cow. {gasping for breath} You know the part, where the milk comes out.

STRONG SAD: Well, actually, that was a sophisticated bladder system that I operated off-screen with the belt—

STRONG BAD: Oh, shut up, why don't you? {pause} Bwahahahaha! Oh man, that's so great! And now he's bleeding! Hohoho! Like some stupid bleeding baby.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Strong Sad, this, I feel, is your strongest work. It's like your every delicate intonation and gesture helps to weave this rich subtext of despair and wisdom.

STRONG SAD: Oh, wow. Thanks, Homestar!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: What? Did you just say something to me?

STRONG BAD: I don't know how the two of you managed to get his fat, ugly butt up there.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, don't worry. We had, like, twelve other guys underneath us helping.

STRONG BAD: Haha, it is a- a fat butt isn't it? It's ugly too.

STRONG SAD: Now this was my time to really shine in the cartoon, so I used a bit of method acting to apply some of my own personal experiences to the scene. {Strong Bad is snoring in the background} And I remembered this time back in school where, all of a sudden, everybody started being real nice to me, and I thought it was 'cause I started wearing this T-shirt that said "I'm #1" on it, but it turns out it was all just because I had a pool.

STRONG BAD: {wakes up} Hmm? What? Huh? What's going on? Oh, Strong Sad is stupid and Homestar is dumb. {short pause} Okay, Homestar, I've gotta ask, do you ever remember your lines? Because you're always going "uhm, uh, uhm, uh okay, okay, uhm."

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Uhm... yeah, I think I remembered this one line, one time.

STRONG BAD: That's a big door.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: That's a big turkey. That's a fake invisible turkey.

STRONG SAD: Marzipan really scares me when she's angry.

STRONG BAD: Oooh, ouch. Wow, you know, Marzipan has really nice hands.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yeah, I suppose she does.

STRONG BAD: Oh, you know those little guys creep me out, man. Like, I'll have nightmares where there's like a thousand of those little scorpions crawling all over me.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yeah, yeah yeah, or like that thing from Yars' Revenge, and, like, you wake up, and it's nibbling on you and pieces of you are falling off in squares.

STRONG SAD: I dream of my own death. Over and over and over and over and over and over {fades out with him continually repeating it}

[edit] Fun Facts

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[edit] Remarks

  • Strong Sad reveals that he dreams of his own death (over and over and over...).
  • Homestar says that the circle going between the E and the Z means "EZ Does It" is subliminal advertising. However, in this case, it would probably be subliminal messaging as it is not advertising a specific brand.

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[edit] Real-World References

  • Yars' Revenge is a video game for the Atari 2600. In the game, Yars can eat squares off of the enemy Qotile's shield.

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