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Featured content of the day (or whenever)

Homestar Runner throws a Halloween party. They take turns telling a story about a goblin. watch
All the characters come to your house to trick-or-treat! You get to pick one of three treats to give them in an interactive game. watch
Homestar Runner throws a Halloween party where everyone carves pumpkins that get judged! watch
Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and The Cheat go toilet-papering. Strong Sad and Marzipan try to contact the spirit of Credenza, her dead ficus plant. watch
The Cheat gets the hiccups on Halloween and Strong Bad sets out to cure him at the local Halloween Fairstival. watch
Homestar screws up Marzipan's potion. Choose-your-own-venture action ensues! watch
It's Halloween Night but not Halloween night. watch
The Horrible Painting wreaks havoc! watch
The citizens of Free Country USA visit the graveyard. watch
Strong Sad takes control! watch
Hot tricks, cool treats, good friends, and MURDER! watch
Homestar's haunted house inspires Strong Bad to yell a lot. watch
Just that end part! watch
Strong Bad attempts to evoke the mysterious apparitions haunting Marzipan's photo booth. watch
Everyone tries to create the perfect story to kill off a dog, but something's not right... watch
Strong Bad reads the tale of The Homestar Runner turning into a ghost. watch
This is the whole cartoon this year. watch
A "playable" ween "toon." "play"
Thanks to the power of downloadable content, Homestar's very first Halloween cartoon gets some new upgrades. watch
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