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    <line start="15" end="65" speaker="strongbad">Let's get it over with! With the e-mail style, get it over with!</line>
    <line start="73" end="160" speaker="strongbad">"hey sib, Why does the king of town have a poopsmith? your friend, zack, west is lip, New York"</line>
    <line start="165" end="225" speaker="strongbad">Whoa! West is lip. Sounds like some kind of British New Wave band.</line>
    <line start="229" end="292" speaker="strongbad">"And coming in this week at #4, it's those androgynous boys from Hertfordshire,</line>
    <line start="294" end="342" speaker="strongbad">West Is Lip with their hit single <cite>She Partied Without Dancing</cite>."</line>
    <line start="344" end="407" speaker="singers" voiceover="voiceover">She partied without dancing. She partied with my heart.</line>
    <line start="418" end="459" speaker="strongbad">Anyways, Jack, the King of Town's just always had a Poopsmith.</line>
    <line start="462" end="515" speaker="strongbad">Even way back when they got their start as an old syndicated newspaper comic.</line>
    <line start="517" end="576" speaker="strongbad">You know, back when comics didn't seem to need jokes or humor</line>
    <line start="584" end="613" speaker="strongbad">or readers under the age of ninety-one.</line>
    <line start="619" end="648" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">It was called <cite>The Castlefunnies</cite>,</line>
    <line start="651" end="678" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">which I guess was a pathetic attempt by the authors</line>
    <line start="679" end="709" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">to fool you into thinking it was actually funny.</line>
    <line start="713" end="775" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">It mostly featured the King of Town complaining about his ailing hip joints to the Poopsmith.</line>
    <line start="779" end="823" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Talking a lot about ointments... and salves.</line>
    <line start="833" end="886" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Back then, it was considered a form of treason to print the word "poop" in the paper,</line>
    <line start="889" end="931" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">so instead they called the Poopsmith "Mushy Chamberpot",</line>
    <line start="937" end="964" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">which is actually pretty funny sounding.</line>
    <line start="968" end="1019" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Anyways, Mushy could only talk in word clouds filled with commas,</line>
    <line start="1024" end="1084" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">which I think had just been discovered and were apparently considered comic gold.</line>
    <line start="1088" end="1137" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Oh yeah, I can see why this masterwork took two dudes to write it.</line>
    <line start="1139" end="1164" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">One to not think of something funny,</line>
    <line start="1168" end="1198" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">and the other to think of something not funny. </line>
    <line start="1209" end="1239" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">So later on, as readership began to dwindle,</line>
    <line start="1242" end="1297" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">they'd throw me and Homestar in there as guests in hopes of mooching off our popularity.</line>
    <line start="1300" end="1320" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">It worked for maybe a week or so,</line>
    <line start="1321" end="1372" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">but then the strip was sadly canceled when the last living reader,</line>
    <line start="1374" end="1422" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">a Civil War veteran and creamed corn enthusiast, died.</line>
    <line start="1444" end="1476" speaker="strongbad">They tried to creep back into the mainstream years later</line>
    <line start="1477" end="1529" speaker="strongbad">with the release of the "King Castlefunny Pencil Moistener?!"</line>
    <line start="1534" end="1619" speaker="strongbad">But, considering, the Dry Pencil Scare of '47 only lasted 3 days, they didn't sell too many.</line>
    <line start="1628" end="1705" speaker="strongbad">Well, Zack, there you have it. The King of Town still wasn't funny. What a surprise.</line>
    <line start="1714" end="1828" speaker="strongbad">I'm going to start the Who Put Pasta Salad in Strong Mad's Underdrawer Drawer Scare of '04. Or. And I'm out.</line>
    <line start="1896" end="1937" speaker="strongmad">IT TASTES SO GOOD!</line>
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