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<line start="16" end="65" speaker="strongbad">I'm livin' the Strong Bad life, I take an email for my wife.</line>
<line start="66" end="96" speaker="strongbad">I take an email for my wife.</line>
<line start="97" end="110" speaker="strongbad">"Hey two words."</line>
<line start="111" end="125" speaker="strongbad">Two different words.</line>
<line start="126" end="139" speaker="strongbad">That are not one word.</line>
<line start="140" end="159" speaker="strongbad">That are 'Strong' and 'Bad'.</line>
<line start="160" end="207" speaker="strongbad">"Does Strong Badia have any Mysterious Myths or Legendary Legends?"</line>
<line start="208" end="241" speaker="strongbad">"Cephas Cornwall of the Corn Army"</line>
<line start="242" end="274" speaker="strongbad">Mysterious Myths or Legendary Legends? </line>
<line start="275" end="324" speaker="strongbad">Isn't that a show on one of those channels up in the high hundreds?</line>
<line start="325" end="401" speaker="strongbad">Ya know, like between the CG Dinosaur Channel and the Homes with Rollercoasters in Them Network?</line>
<line start="402" end="426" speaker="strongbad">Well, if not, it should be!</line>
<line start="427" end="441" speaker="strongbad" sfx="sfx">makes static noise</line>
<line start="442" end="457" speaker="strongbad">Come on!</line>
<line start="458" end="464" speaker="strongbad" sfx="sfx">makes static noise</line>
<line start="465" end="476" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">There we go.</line>
<line start="477" end="518" speaker="strongbad">Strong Badia. An idyllic fruit-opia. </line>
<line start="519" end="559" speaker="strongbad">Rich in made-up-stories and not-true-ities. </line>
<line start="560" end="585" speaker="strongbad">The not-true-est of which...</line>
<line start="586" end="600" speaker="thecheat">screams</line>
<line start="601" end="639" speaker="strongbad">...is the mighty bear holding a shark.</line>
<line start="640" end="710" speaker="strongbad">More than a mere security counter-measure, its origins lie in the skies of old.</line>
<line start="711" end="814" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">The stars tell us that two of the seven elemental spirits of Strong Badia, the fish wearing a 'fro wig and the British distance runner,</line>
<line start="815" end="857" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Combined forces to defeat the others.</line>
<line start="858" end="903" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">In paintball... or maybe Red Rover.</line>
<line start="904" end="954" speaker="strongbad">Then, through years of bad story-telling and the telephone game,</line>
<line start="955" end="1017" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">The mythic beast transformed into the bear holding a shark we know today.</line>
<line start="1018" end="1120" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">These ancient fence drawings show evidence of destroyed crops, stolen babies, and family bike-rides.</line>
<line start="1121" end="1163" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Or family pie-sitting contests.</line>
<line start="1164" end="1202" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Bear-holding-a-shark fever gripped the nation.</line>
<line start="1203" end="1287" speaker="bubs">We got Bear-holding-a-shark frozen delights, and these shot glasses are always popular with the kids.</line>
<line start="1288" end="1350" speaker="bubs">Oh, and my favorite: these Bear-tooth-holding-a-shark-tooth necklaces!</line>
<line start="1351" end="1383" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Of course, not everyone caught the fever.</line>
<line start="1384" end="1406" speaker="sfx">dance music</line>
<line start="1407" end="1483" speaker="strongsad">I'm sure it's just a weather balloon or a foreign exchange student.</line>
<line start="1484" end="1525" speaker="strongsad">These strange beasts just aren't real!</line>
<line start="1526" end="1557" speaker="strongbad">...said the elephant-footed ghost man.</line>
<line start="1558" end="1632" speaker="strongbad">And then, one day, the Bear-holding-a-shark got the break all made-up creatures dream of.</line>
<line start="1633" end="1641" speaker="strongbad">Blurry</line>
<line start="1642" end="1653" speaker="strongbad">Blurry photographic</line>
<line start="1654" end="1664" speaker="strongbad">Blurry photographic evidence.</line>
<line start="1665" end="1696" speaker="homestar">Now, I'm a little fuzzy on the details.</line> 
<line start="1697" end="1736" speaker="homestar">But I was in the woods, walking my dog, Pom Pom.</line>
<line start="1737" end="1782" speaker="homestar">All of a sudden, he started growlin' and poopin' all over the place.</line>
<line start="1783" end="1804" speaker="homestar">And that's when I saw it.</line>
<line start="1810" end="1851" speaker="homestar" voiceover="voiceover">A very. Scary. Monsterman.</line>
<line start="1873" end="1925" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Now that we've seen all the evidence, it's up to you to decide:</line>
<line start="1926" end="1997" speaker="strongbad" voiceover="voiceover">Mysterious Myth? Or Legendary Legend?</line>
<line start="1998" end="2104" speaker="strongbad">Join us next week when we examine startling new evidence in the Biscuitdoughhandsman conspiracy.</line>
<line start="2122" end="2174" speaker="coachz">So there I was, minding my own creepy business,</line>
<line start="2175" end="2232" speaker="coachz">When I found this severed hand in the lacker room!</line>
<line start="2240" end="2276" speaker="strongbad">So this is supposed to be the bear holding a shark?</line>
<line start="2277" end="2312" speaker="strongbad">Looks more like... Morgan Freeman.</line>
<line start="2313" end="2335" speaker="bubs">Oh, right! That's what it is!</line>
<line start="2336" end="2376" speaker="bubs">Now gimme twenty extra bucks for that Shawshank style.</line>
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