Pumpkin Carve-nival

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Homestar Runner throws another Halloween party, this time where everyone carves pumpkins which get judged. Of course, when Homestar judges them, anything can happen.

Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner, Coach Z, Strong Sad, The King of Town, Marzipan, Bubs, Strong Bad, The Cheat, Strong Mad, The Poopsmith, Homsar (Easter egg), Pom Pom, The Goblin, Marshie (Easter egg)

See Pumpkin Carve-nival Costumes for more information on what everyone was wearing.

Places: Spooky Woods

Date: Tuesday, October 29, 2002

Running Time: 5:32

Page Title: A Pumpakin Carve-nival

DVD: Everything Else, Volume 2


[edit] Transcript

{We begin at nighttime. In the foreground are several pumpkins, including one on a table. Homestar's silhouette walks across the hills in the background. The following lines scroll in from the left along the bottom, one after the other:}

halloween special 2002

mike and matt made it

matt and missy said it

here it go

{Cut to Coach Z and Strong Sad, who are talking to each other. Homestar walks by in the background.}

COACH Z: I mean the first one was great. After the second one, they really fell orf. I mean, a pajama jammie-jam?

STRONG SAD: I rarely know what you're talking about.

{Cut to Marzipan and The King of Town, who are also talking to each other. Homestar walks past in the foreground, silhouetted.}

THE KING OF TOWN: No! I'm a video game!

MARZIPAN: I don't play video games, so I wouldn't know.

{Cut to Bubs and Strong Bad, who are talking to each other as well. Strong Mad and The Cheat stand around them. Homestar Runner walks by in the foreground, silhouetted.}

BUBS: {snickers}

STRONG BAD: What?! What are you laughing at?!

BUBS: Oh, nothin'. You look great. {snicker}

STRONG BAD: Course I look great! I'm da bee.

{Homestar Runner stops in front of a banner that reads "Homestar's Pumpkin Carve-nival"}

BUBS: {faded, offscreen} In actuality, I don't think he looks that great.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: OK, everyone. Thanks for comin' to my party, you all look great, blah, blah, blah. {leans in} It's time for the judging of the pumpkiiiins! Pchew! Pchew! Wchew! That was... the lightning... The Cheat, would you mind assisting me?

THE CHEAT: {affirmative The Cheat noises.}

{Homestar and The Cheat walk up to Strong Sad and his pumpkin, which bears a striking resemblance to his own head.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Okay, contestant number one, your name is— {as though he's never seen it} Strong... Sad? Oh. Anyways, please explain your pumpkin.

STRONG SAD: I call it {close on pumpkin} "Self Portrait in Late October".

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I call it last place. Ding! {As Homestar says "ding!", a "LAST" ribbon appears on Strong Sad's pumpkin.} Next contestant!

STRONG SAD: I'm doomed.

{They walk up to The King of Town and his exhibit, a pie dish with one slice of pumpkin pie and some crumbs remaining.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: All right Mr. Of Town. Just what is going on over here?

THE KING OF TOWN: Well, I was at home...


THE KING OF TOWN: With the pumpkin...


THE KING OF TOWN: It was looking...


THE KING OF TOWN: Particularly luscious...

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yeah, that's gross.

THE KING OF TOWN: And then...


THE KING OF TOWN: The next thing I know it was a...


THE KING OF TOWN: A pie and then...

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I see, go on.

THE KING OF TOWN: The next thing I know it was...


THE KING OF TOWN: Oh, the pie was gone and...

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Right, right.


HOMESTAR RUNNER: Whadaya think, The Cheat?

THE CHEAT: {dismissive The Cheat noises}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I concur. Worst place! Ding! {A "WORST" ribbon appears.}

THE KING OF TOWN: Sorry, King, but our princess is in another castle...

{They walk up to Strong Mad and his pumpkin, which hasn't been carved.}


HOMESTAR RUNNER: All right. This guy's tall. Hey The Cheat, ask your friend here why come he didn't carve his pumpakin.

THE CHEAT: {The Cheat noises}


{Strong Mad punches his pumpkin three times. Cut to close-up of the pumpkin from Strong Mad's angle.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Now that's talent! Good prize! {A "ding!" noise is heard, although Homestar doesn't say it. A "GOOD" ribbon appears.}

STRONG MAD: {surprised} Gah?

{They go to Coach Z's pumpkin, which has a W carved into it.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: All right, Coach, whadaya got for me?

COACH Z: Check it out, yo!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Cool, a W. What's that supposed to stand for? Witches' brew?

COACH Z: No, no, no, it stands for tha Wu-Tang!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Coach Z, are you a poser?

COACH Z: Nah, man, I'm down.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Down with second to last place. {sarcastically} Ding. {A "2nd to LAST" ribbon appears.}

{They go to The Poopsmith's pumpkin, which is rotting, brown, and sunken in.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {whispers} Just keep walking, The Cheat.

THE POOPSMITH: {bares his teeth and hisses}

{They go to Pom Pom's pumpkin, a silhouette carving of a buxom woman in profile.}


POM POM: {bubbles}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: What's up, my main man? My dog! My ace in tha hole! 2nd place. {A "2nd" ribbon appears with a "ding" sound effect.}

POM POM: {lowers eyelids, bubbles}

{They go to Marzipan's pumpkin, which is uncarved and still on the vine.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Whatcha got here, Marzipan?

MARZIPAN: I didn't want to kill mine, so I just left it on the vine.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: What for? So you could, like, use it in a witches' brew or something?

MARZIPAN: Um, I don't know what that means. Anyway, I wrote a song about it. {singing, to the tune of "The Farmer in the Dell"} I left it on the vine, I left it on the line, I mean, {starting the last line's tune over at a higher pitch} I left it on—

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Not necessary! Last place! Ding! {A "LAST" ribbon appears.}

MARZIPAN: {fading into the background} Homestar, I'm breaking up with you.

{They go to Strong Bad's pumpkin, which has multiple stab marks, a protruding butcher's knife, three turns of barbed wire, and nine craft-type "googly" eyes.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Hey Strong Bad. So, um, are you supposed to be the Green Hornet?

STRONG BAD: What?! No!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, right, right, you're supposed to be the um, the witches' brew.

STRONG BAD: No! I'm the bee! Like, from nature.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, great. So what's up with your pumpkin?

STRONG BAD: Well, {close on the pumpkin} I stabbed it a bunch and then wrapped it in barb wire, and then I felt sorry for it so, um, I gave it some googly eyes.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: That sure was nice of you. You get most improved. Ding! {A "MOST IMPROVED" ribbon appears.}

{They go to Bubs's pumpkin, which has had a starter cord, two backwards spark plugs, and exhaust pipes protruding from it.}


BUBS: Hey, Homestar. {an owl hoots in the background}


BUBS: Not a whole lot.


BUBS: That's just my pumpkin. {wolves are heard in the distance}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Cool. Does it do anything?

BUBS: Oh yeah. Check this out.

{He pulls the cord three times. The sound of an engine starting is heard and the pumpkin contorts several times. It leaps off the table and flames come out of the exhaust. The Cheat's eyes widen in fear and he screams. The engine sputters out and the pumpkin falls back into place, but The Cheat continues screaming and runs off.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Whoa. Looks like you scared The Cheat.

BUBS: Yeah, I guess I did.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Not last place. {A "NOT LAST" ribbon appears with a "ding!" sound effect.}

BUBS: {rhythmically, extending his arms and bobbing his head from side to side} I feel so fine, I feel so elated, I feel so fine, I feel so elated!

{Cut to close on Homestar.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Well, I guess that's everybody. Thanks for your help, The Cheat.

{The Cheat is clinging to Homestar's ankles, his eyes still wide and twitching.}

THE CHEAT: {panicked The Cheat noises}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: You all did great. Hope to see you again next year! {music stops with the sound of a record scratching}

MARZIPAN: Well, who won? I think that your rating system is questionable.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, right, right, a winner and such. Well...

{Homestar's head flies off as Strong Bad's head bursts from Homestar's torso.}

STRONG BAD: I won! Ding!

BUBS: What the—?

COACH Z: What's goin' on here?

{The real Homestar walks up.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yeah, what's going on?

BUBS: Huh?!

STRONG BAD: Oh man, you guys are so stupid. You thought I dressed up as the bee? This is the best costume ever!

MARZIPAN: Now wait a minute. Then who's that Strong Bad over there?

{The other Strong Bad in the bee costume puts a hand on his head, then pulls down a zipper, splitting his body in two to reveal The Goblin. They all gasp.}

BUBS: It's that goblin!

{The Goblin's organ music plays and he does his dance.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Ohhhh! That explains everything. Ding!

{A "THE END" ribbon appears on the screen, obscuring Homestar's face. As the scene fades to black, Homestar moves around trying to see past the ribbon.}

[edit] Easter Eggs

  • While loading, the features on the pumpkin can be changed. They will stay the way they were changed when the toon starts.
  • Click on The Poopsmith's pumpkin to unlock the following scene, which will be inserted between The Poopsmith's and Pom Pom's:
{Homestar and The Cheat walk up to Homsar, whose "pumpkin" is an eggplant with a spoon taped to it.}
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh brother. What do you make of this guy, The Cheat?
THE CHEAT: {The Cheat noises}
HOMESTAR RUNNER: I know, me too. {turns to Homsar} What do you have to say for yourself, little man?
HOMSAR: {unusually dejected voice} I'm the ghost of Christmas past.
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Wow. You set a new standard for last place. You don't get a ding. {A "LAST" ribbon floats to the ground}
HOMSAR: And also with you.
  • This also allows Homsar's costume to be seen at the end.
  • At the end, click on Homestar (the REAL one) to have him talk to The Cheat.
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Psst! Um, hey The Cheat—
THE CHEAT: {The Cheat noise equivalent to "Hm?"}
HOMESTAR RUNNER: I had a really important question I want to ask you {whispers} about your costume. {back to a low speaking voice} Are you supposed to be dressed up as some kind of a witches' brew?
THE CHEAT: {turns away, make a dismissive hand gesture and The Cheat noise}
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Wait, wait, I had another question I wanted to ask you. It's not about witches' brew. ...Okay, it's about witches' brew, but just hear me out.
  • At the end, click on The King of Town to play Super Kingio Bros.
  • At the end, click on the moon to make a ghost-like Marshie appear and say his signature line, "Made from the best stuff", in a distorted voice.

[edit] Fun Facts

[edit] Contestant Places

These are the places each contestant ended up with (in order).

  • Strong Sad: Last
  • King of Town: Worst
  • Strong Mad: Good
  • Coach Z: 2nd to Last
  • Poopsmith: Just keep walking... (none)
  • Homsar: A New Standard For Last (no ding)
  • Pom Pom: 2nd
  • Marzipan: Last
  • "Strong Bad": Most Improved
  • Bubs: Not Last
  • Real Strong Bad: Winner (According to himself)

[edit] Trivia

  • This appears to be the first toon in which The Poopsmith has made any vocal sound. It is not known whether this violated his vow of silence or was produced by electronics.
  • While the cartoon is fading out (to the costume section), Homestar tries to keep track of the screen by moving his head under the "The End" sign, an instance of Homestar peeking.
  • The YouTube description for this toon is "Homestar judges the pumpkin carving contest."
  • "Homestar" calls Pom Pom his dog, the first time one character refers to another in this manner.
  • This toon marks the first instance of Homestar's obsession with Witch's Brew. Ironically, it is Strong Bad as Homestar who keeps bringing it up.

[edit] Remarks

  • When Strong Bad pops out of his Homestar costume, he is wearing his Da Bee shirt, though when a view is seen from the back, he is wearing no shirt at all as usual.
  • Pom Pom's pumpkin is impossible to make due to the floating piece of pumpkin between the girl's legs.
  • In Bubs's pumpkin, the spark plugs are facing backwards.
  • When "Homestar" puts a ribbon on Strong Mad's, Pom Pom's, and Bubs's pumpkins, there is a real "ding" sound effect instead of "Homestar" speaking it.
  • In the Super Kingio Bros. Easter egg, it says you have three lives, but you only use one. This is likely so you do not have to waste time dying thrice on a game you cannot win. (The time never changes either.)
  • Strong Bad must've been able to have flawlessly imitate both Homestar's voice and his lack of visible arms to complete his Homestar Runner costume.
  • If the Easter egg is counted, three people got last place: Strong Sad, Homsar, and Marzipan. Additionally, the King of Town got worst place. These are the characters to whom Strong Bad most often shows antagonism, besides Homestar.
  • This was the second year in a row that Marzipan dressed up as someone who died earlier in the year.

[edit] Goofs

  • Marzipan's "Left Eye" actually changes sides a couple of times.

[edit] Inside References

  • The blue ribbons, as well as the way they instantly pop into existence, are a reference to "Pom Pom, Too". In one scene, a ribbon reading "FIRST" appears on Pom Pom's chest.
  • Pom Pom's pumpkin carving is very similar to the "The Ladies" icon on his Pom Pilot in the bird.
  • "Homestar" walking on the hills at the beginning may be a reference to Old Intro 2.
  • Strong Bad's incorrect guesses about the Goblin's costume reference how Homestar incorrectly guessed Strong Bad's costume in the two previous Halloween specials.
  • Bubs gets Not Last place.
  • "Homestar" says "Why come?"
  • After introducing the contest judging, he makes what he claims are lightning sounds. This is a reference to Homestarloween Party where he announces "Flashlight Ghost-Story-Telling with a Flashlight" and is accompanied by thunder and lightning.

[edit] Real-World References

  • After "Homestar" judges the King of Town's pumpkin, the disappointed king says, "Sorry, King, but our princess is in another castle..." This is a reference to the NES game Super Mario Brothers. At the end of the fourth level of each world (World 1-4 to 7-4), Toad says, "Thank you, Mario! But our princess is in another castle!".
  • Pom Pom's pumpkin is the famous silhouette of a woman stereotypically found on mudflaps.
  • Coach Z's pumpkin is carved with the symbol for the Wu-Tang Clan, a popular rap group that started up in 1991–1992. Of course, "Homestar" mistakes this symbol for Witches' Brew, thereby touching off a score of future brew-related inside jokes.
  • Homsar's response to getting last place, "And also with you," is from some Catholic and Protestant church services. It is the usual response from the congregation after the priest says, "The Lord be with you."
  • The Green Hornet, as the Goblin (as Strong Bad) was wrongly thought to be, was the crime-fighting vigilante hero of a '30s era radio drama by the creator of the Lone Ranger. It spawned several serials during the '40s and in the '60s spawned a cult hit TV show remembered mainly for its casting of Bruce Lee as the Hornet's trusty sidekick, Kato.
  • The "Pajama Jammie-Jam" that Coach Z is talking about at the beginning of the toon is a reference to the movie House Party 2. The tagline of the movie was "The Pajama Jam".
  • Bubs' and the King of Town's costumes may be a reference to the Super Mario Brothers Super Show, where Lou Albano played Mario.

[edit] Fast Forward

  • Homestar dresses up as Angus Young from AC/DC. Two days after this cartoon, Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 7.0 was released. In an Easter egg, Homestar tries to sing "Back in Black" and mentions at the end, "I just like that guy's little schoolboy outfit."
  • On the "Learn to speak The Cheat" record in the Strong Bad Email cheat talk, one of the phrases is "The King of Town is so lame." The Cheat uses this phrase here when asked what he thinks of the King of Town.
  • Homsar's "pumpkin" joins Marzipan's vegetable chorus in an Easter egg in the 2004 Halloween toon: Halloween Fairstival.
  • A reference to this toon is made in Main Page 19: When rolling over Toons, Homestar says "Contestant number one, your name again is—Toons?" In this cartoon, "Homestar" introduces Strong Sad the same way.
  • Strong Bad says that he won the "good medal" in The Cheat's Flash animation in strong badathlon.
  • In dangeresque 3, when he and Homestar encounter Killingyouguy, Strong Bad comments, "That guy is tall," which is what he says when he walks up to Strong Mad in this toon for his entry.
  • In virus, when he learns that his Compy 386 is over and that the virus equals "very yes", Strong Bad cries, "That's not a good prize!"
  • The Poopsmith would later don his Sleestak costume in Trogdor Con '97.
  • The Poopsmith's pumpkin would be seen again in Decomposing Pumpkins.
  • Homestar (Strong Bad) calls The King of Town "Of Town". Strong Bad would later call him this in Strong Badia the Free.
  • The blue ribbon would be used in an Easter egg in impression.

[edit] DVD Version

  • The Homsar Easter egg is automatically enabled; no selecting required.
  • Super Kingio Bros. is no longer accessible.
  • To access the Marshie Easter egg, click down on the remote until the H*R logo lights up.
  • The DVD version features creators' commentary. To access it, switch your DVD player's audio language selection while watching.
  • The crickets chirping is heard in the fade through black between the end of the toon and the scene with all the characters gathered around.
  • There is no opportunity to see who is dressed up as who at the end, unlike the website.
  • The Easter egg at the end with Homestar's dialogue with The Cheat is automatically enabled.

[edit] Commentary Transcript

(Commentary by: Mike Chapman, Matt Chapman)

MATT: Great job on this one, Mike.

MIKE: Thanks; you too, Matt. All right, we're done! {laughs}

MATT: Remember during the loading screen on this you could click on the little pumpkin and change its facial features.

MIKE: That's right. All the Halloween cartoons used to have some little game you could play—

MATT: Right.

MIKE: —at the beginning during the, uh, loading screen.

MATT: 'Cause it took so long to load that cartoon.

MIKE: {laughs} Yeah. So this cartoon, uh, we didn't know the ending of until after we'd made pretty much the whole cartoon. Yeah, except for the end—like we'd done all—H—Homestar judging all the pumpkins and then at the end we didn't know what was gonna happen or how it was gonna end and then we came up with it pretty much right before we made it and put it up, right?

MATT: Yeah.

MIKE: I like what we came up with.

MATT: Yeah, it uh...

MIKE: You know, it's kind of the classic...

MATT: ...Three Stooges ending.

MIKE: {laughs} Yeah.

MATT: Wait, that doesn't explain anything! Yeah, it doesn't. Doodley-dee! Doo!

MIKE: So there's Strong Sad as, uh, Vyvyan—

MATT: {simultaneously} Vyvyan

MIKE: —from The Young Ones.

MATT: V-Y-V-V-Y-Y-vuh-V-V-N

MIKE: I remember not really understanding The Young Ones when Jeff {unclear} would watch them in 1986 or something—on the—late night on MTV or something.

MATT: You didn't get it when you were a kid?

MIKE: I knew that it was funny when the elephant, Matt you know, elephant head came out to dance.

MATT: {laughs} It was always fun. It was great when Madness would come on and play a song. {pause} King looks good as Mario.

MIKE: Yeah, he's— oh, that was also another Easter egg. I don't know if that's on here.

MATT: Uh, yeah— the Super Kingio Brothers that you can't play.

MIKE: Where you can't jump high enough to jump over the first Goomba and just die.

MATT: Yeah.

MIKE: Lots of people tried many time to jump over. {imitating people who didn't get the joke} "You can't, the game's broken, you can't do it." It's sort of a joke. Sort of.

MATT: Sort of. {pause until Homestar says "This guy's tall."} Those guy is tall.

MIKE: I like the look of this, uh, cartoon.

MATT: Yeah!

MIKE: I think it's one of my favorite. I don't know, for some reason the, uh....

MATT: It was a new background—

MIKE: Yeah, that—

MATT: —the spooky sky, uh—

MIKE: —the black hills gradiating into the purple ground.

MATT: Gradiating.

MIKE: Gr—Gradienting?

MATT: Yeah, either one's probably a good—

MIKE: Fading?

MATT: —made up word. Uh, Coach Z looks very good as, uh, Kid.


MATT: There's a couple of these pumpkins that don't physically work, I think. Where there's some chunks of things just floating.

MIKE: Just floating, yeah.

MATT: Yeah, that you'd have to have some string or wire involved in your carving.

MIKE: Ah, it's—

MATT: It's Ghost Dog!

MIKE: —Easter egg Homsar. You know I haven't seen Ghost Dog since we saw it in the theater where our friend Matt had a razor blade in his pocket.

MATT: And cut his hand, like in half.

MIKE: Cut his hand halfway through the movie and didn't say anything, and we just get out of the movie and his hand's bleeding and he's like "Oh yeah, I had a razor blade in my pocket and I cut my hand." That's the kind of guy Matt is.

MATT: {both laughing} He's a great guy. That's a perfect story for Ghost Dog. {pause} Yeah, like that little chunk between, uh, the knees of, uh, Curves Ahead Lady.

MIKE: Yeah.

MATT: Dangerous curves ahead.

MIKE: There's a thin— there's some thin wire holding that up, you just can't see it. Did he just call Home {catches himself}, uh, Pom Pom his dog?

MATT: Yeah, I think that might have been one of the first "my dog"s.

MIKE: You know, we were just talking about how we've been using "my dog" a lot recently.

MATT: This is where "witch's brew" is first coined as well, was it not?

MIKE: I think so. I think most of the Halloween cartoons— you know, Marzipan is Left Eye Lopez here and, uh, almost all of 'em ha— used to have like a dead rock star come.

MATT: Yeah, and I think someone thought—

MIKE: Kurt Cobain or Joey Ramone.

MATT: —thought that—at first thought that Willie Nelson was a continuation of that, and then they're like "Wait, no, hang on! He's not— he's still around.

MIKE: But, yeah, my point was the last few years I don't think we've done the, uh, dead— I think we ran out of dead rock stars. We didn't want to do Jim Morrison—

MATT: Yeah

MIKE: —or John Lennon.

MATT: That's a dangerous looking pumpkin, Mike. It could do some serious damage. Sort of—

MIKE: Ter-Terry Funk and, uh, Cactus Jack could have fun with that in a hardcore wrestling match an have {incomprehensible}.

MATT: Speaking— And speaking of wrestling {pronounces the "t"}

MIKE: There you go, perfect segue.

MATT: —Captain Lou Albano, who somehow used to put—

MIKE: Old rubber bands in the face.

MATT: Somehow used to have rubber bands through his cheeks.

{Mike laughs, then a pause}

MIKE: That's some good fire right there. {Matt starts imitating the fire sound effects} Oh, and good fire noises. {condescendingly} Very good, Matt. Very— that's very impressive. You're so talented. {normally} Yeah, that's enough.

MATT: {stops the sound effects} Totally sounded like me going "HWAH". I was noticing in, uh, I think it was Sly Cooper 2 there's a sound effect that sounds like it's just a guy going "peow" or something. It doesn't happen very often but.... {trails off} The poor Cheat is, uh, scared of fire. Has that come back before? I can't remember if we're been consistent with that or not.

MIKE: Uhhh... I don't know, I don't think so. I fell like this is the only time. Maybe it's just fiery pumpkins.

MATT: Now {sounds like "Nah"} wait a minute! {pause} You can tell I'm gettin' a sore throat.

MIKE: Yeah, late in the cartoon. {laughs}

MATT: Yeah {laughs} Strong Sad's mask looks really squished there. Like a little too squished.

MIKE: Yeah, sometimes that....

MATT: {gasps in mock surprise} I was proud of the unzipping of his costume there.

MIKE: Yeah it looks good.

MATT: {simultaneously} I thought it looked pretty smooth. {pause} No, wait—but Homestar I have so many more costions!

MIKE: Costions? Costume questions. That's short for "costume questions".

MATT: Thanks for saving me, Mike.

MIKE: No problem.

MATT: {along with the ending music} Ding!

MIKE: I'm absolutely gonna just sit here.

MATT: {simultaneously, overlapping} Oh, everybody's gonna talk a lot. {pause} Well—well let's talk about something, Mike.

MIKE: Uh, did we not mention... whose costumes didn't we talk about?

MATT: We didn't really talk about the Sleestak.

MIKE: Sleestak. That's a Sleestak from Lost of the Land. {Matt laughs} Land of the Lost. Those things did used to creep me out.

MATT: Yeah, I didn't—I would not watch it a lot because I was scared of them and hid.

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