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This article is about the concept of wrongdoers being locked up. For the location, see Jail.
"You gotta get us out of the joint, man."

In the Homestar Runner body of work, there have been times characters have been sent to prison or jail or have referenced them.

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  • Email video gamesStrong Bad says during his intro that "Email is like a prison. A prison with no walls... and no toilet." He also says the email sender is someone from the inside and wishes he get out soon.
  • Email stupid stuff (Easter egg) — A jingle for The Cheatcakes is played, which says: "Only liars and thieves eat Grumblecakes, and those people go to prison. Just ask The Cheat!"
    • Email time capsule (Easter egg) — The Cheatcakes' jingle is heard again briefly before switching over to Strong Bad's R&B-esque song about Grumblecakes.
    • Grumblecakes (video) — The Grumblecakes song is played again.
  • Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon — Strong Bad and The Cheat are thrown in jail for trying to rob Bubs' Concession Stand and are thrown in jail again following a jailbreak and subsequent crime spree.
  • Hallrunner — One of the obstacles the Hallrunner encounters is a prisoner.
  • Email portrait — Disappointed in Strong Mad's macaroni picture, Strong Bad says he could have hired a five-year-old kindergartner to make a macaroni picture, but he finds doing such a thing creepy and something he would likely go to jail for.
  • Teen Girl Squad Issue 11So and So shoplifts and gets sent to prison for "life plus whenever [her] step-mom picks [her] up".
  • Strong Bad Is A Bad Guy — Strong Bad says he wants his tattoo to look like a prison tattoo he carved with a spoon and some soap.
  • Fan Costumes '06 — Strong Bad remarks that The Cheat's hot mom is always in and out of prison and that Coach Z should be in jail because a small girl has dressed as him.
  • Teen Girl Squad Issue 13 — When the police arrive, So and So becomes frightened and screams that she can't do another nickel.
  • Email original — Strong Bad relates that between the departure of Original Bubs and the current Bubs, there were many rotating guest Bubs, comparing it to when talk show hosts go to jail.
  • Blubb-O's CommercialCoach Z, dressed as the Drive-Thru Whale, makes Strong Sad think that the former is sometimes trying go to prison.
  • Email rated — One of the movies mentioned is "Women's Penitentiary Bake Sale Nightmare".
  • Play Date — When Homestar Runner is calling around, Bubs is revealed to be in federal prison and Coach Z is in juvenile prison. In an Easter egg at the end of the toon, Bubs says he got out of federal prison for snitchy behavior.
  • Homestar Ruiner — Strong Bad refuses to plant Total Load in Homestar's locker because it is wrapped in yellow police ribbon, and he expresses concerns that he will go to prison if he tampers with it.
  • Strong Badia the Free
    • After Strong Bad is placed under house arrest by The King of Town, Strong Bad says he's a political prisoner to the protesters outside his house.
    • Strong Bad asks the protestors for help getting past the electric fence blocking his freedom. Homestar says that would be illegal and Coach Z exclaims that he can't go back to the joint again.
    • When checking his Computer Room calendar, Strong Bad makes a note to remember his wrongful imprisonment.
    • When Strong Bad talks to Strong Sad for the first time, Strong Sad hoped Strong Bad would have been sent to prison so that Strong Sad could get some peace to finish a model of the Kon-Tiki.
    • When in the Laundry Room viewing the washer or dryer, Strong Bad will say that the key to surviving prison is to not stay in the laundry room for too long.
    • At Strong Badia for the first time, Strong Bad checks the Stop Sign and remarks that the lands of Strong Badia had suffered during his imprisonment.
  • Dangeresque 3: The Criminal ProjectiveDangeresque visits Baron Darin Diamonocle in Brainblow City Prison. Extended play also reveals that the concession stand was originally a one man prison with Bubs as the sole inmate.
  • Dangeresque Roomisode 1: Behind the Dangerdesque — Dangeresque can end up in prison if he fails to complete the case file or ticks off The Chief.
  • A Death-Defying Decemberween — Strong Bad's parole is mentioned, implying that he had recently been in prison.
  • 2 Part Episode: Part 1 — The Blue Laser Commander gets thrown in prison, which doubles as Reynold's office.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 17.2 — Throughout the toon, Marzipan receives messages from Coach Z calling from Free Country, USA Penitentiary. Strong Sad also calls Marzipan from the same prison.

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