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<line start="16" end="51" speaker="strongbad"><em>(singing)</em> It's the email, baby, lunch juice!</line>
<line start="52" end="88" speaker="strongbad">"Heeeey, Strong bad!"</line>
<line start="89" end="127" speaker="strongbad">"What were you like during high-shool..."</line>
<line start="128" end="161" speaker="strongbad">Er, highs- high school. Highschool.</line>
<line start="162" end="199" speaker="strongbad">"Sincerely, Patrick Cowichewa"</line>
<line start="200" end="238" speaker="strongbad">Well, cowichewa to you too, Patrique. </line>
<line start="239" end="285" speaker="strongbad">Now, I have an extremely unphotographic memory. </line>
<line start="286" end="343" speaker="strongbad">So, I guess that'd be more like a drawing, or a doodle. </line>
<line start="344" end="367" speaker="strongbad">Like a doodle memory.</line>
<line start="368" end="433" speaker="strongbad">But I would hazard a guess that we were probably just like other cartoons were in high school, </line>
<line start="434" end="475" speaker="strongbad">i.e. we were a team of super sleuths.</line>
<line start="476" end="514" speaker="sfx">music</line>
<line start="526" end="537" speaker="marzipan">Stampers! </line>
<line start="538" end="590" speaker="marzipan">My long lost uncle's abandoned pie factory sure is mysterious.</line>
<line start="591" end="629" speaker="strongbad">Ah, there's no such thing as "mysterious".</line>
<line start="630" end="654" speaker="homestar">I don't want to take any chances.</line>
<line start="655" end="695" speaker="homestar">We should play in a band, just to be safe.</line>
<line start="696" end="734" speaker="homestar"><em>(singing)</em> Havin' fun with my friends. </line>
<line start="735" end="787" speaker="homestar">Words about a mystery. </line>
<line start="788" end="823" speaker="homestar">Shakin' hands with my man...</line>
<line start="824" end="863" speaker="strongbad">And when we weren't debating the existence of mysterious, </line>
<line start="864" end="945" speaker="strongbad">Strong Mad and I were all the time trying to liberate Homestar from those ridiculous stripèd pants.</line>
<line start="967" end="1029" speaker="homestar">Now you guys are sure this won't emancipate me from my ridiculous stripèd pants?</line>
<line start="1030" end="1055" speaker="strongbad">So that's what high shool was like. </line>
<line start="1056" end="1160" speaker="strongbad">In, um, middle school we were a bunch of melon-headed babies with gigantic eyes and enormous imaginations!</line>
<line start="1161" end="1213" speaker="coachz">I'm pretending I'm the craptain of the foortball torm!</line>
<line start="1214" end="1251" speaker="strongbad">I'm pretending I'm playing better video games!</line>
<line start="1252" end="1260" speaker="sfx">Atari noise</line>
<line start="1261" end="1322" speaker="strongbad">Aw, man! That freakin' duck swallowed both my pixels!</line>
<line start="1323" end="1382" speaker="strongsad">I'm pretending I'm not sitting next to The Diapersmith.</line>
<line start="1383" end="1393" speaker="diapersmith" sfx="sfx">blows a raspberry</line>
<line start="1394" end="1418" speaker="homestar">Now you children skedaddle.</line>
<line start="1419" end="1454" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">And going even unnecessarily further back, </line>
<line start="1455" end="1523" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">We were all a bunch of plucky parameciums living in Free Petry Dish USA.</line>
<line start="1529" end="1549" speaker="homestarmecium">Hey there, Bubsamecium. </line>
<line start="1550" end="1616" speaker="homestarmecium">I need to buy some embarrassing items for my embarrassing body parts.</line>
<line start="1617" end="1675" speaker="bubsamecium">Certainly! Six tubes of rear-end cream coming right up!</line>
<line start="1676" end="1721" speaker="strongbadiophage">Oh ho ho! Whatcha buying there, Homestarmecium?</line>
<line start="1722" end="1752" speaker="homestarmecium">Uh-oh, it's Strongbadiophage. </line>
<line start="1753" end="1795" speaker="homestarmecium">Um, uh, these are for my twin brother! </line>
<line start="1797" end="1818" speaker="homestarmecium">These are for my twin brother! </line>
<line start="1820" end="1842" speaker="homestarmecium">These are for my twin brother! </line>
<line start="1844" end="1862" speaker="homestarmecium">These are for my twin brother!</line>
<line start="1863" end="1875" speaker="strongbadiophage">Aaaahh!!</line>
<line start="1876" end="1918" speaker="strongbad">And then, of course, before that we were </line>
<line start="1919" end="1975" speaker="strongbad">Romans...living in Roman times. </line>
<line start="1976" end="2007" speaker="strongbad">And Don Knotts was always showing up. </line>
<line start="2008" end="2049" speaker="strongbad">So there you go, Patrice. Just the facts. </line>
<line start="2050" end="2072" speaker="strongbad">Strong Bad Emails: 1 </line>
<line start="2073" end="2106" speaker="strongbad">Not Strong Bad Emails: 0. </line>
<line start="2107" end="2149" speaker="strongbad">You guys keep score at home. I'll see you next time. </line>
<line start="2150" end="2188" speaker="strongbad" volume="0.9"><em>(singing)</em> Oh, havin' fun with my friends... </line>
<line start="2217" end="2243" speaker="thehomestar">Oh... aqueduct. </line>
<line start="2244" end="2280" speaker="oldstrongbad">Hm... yes! Vomitorium!</line> 
<line start="2281" end="2297" speaker="knotts">Andy? </line>
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