Talk:strongbad_email.exe Disc One

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wheres the right button?

Uh........... what? — talk Bubsty edits 02:24, 5 Oct 2005 (UTC)
He means the right button on the DVD remote. That's the right arrow key.--minibaseball.png Bkmlb(talk to me·stuff I did) 02:26, 5 Oct 2005 (UTC)


[edit] Menu reaferances!

On this menu hear are some reaferances:

"Strong Bad is on Point" is from the email "Date"

The lights and song are from the email "tecno"

"My mouth tasets like..." is from "morning routine"

Strong Bad kicking the cheat is from various emails and toons.

Kicking the cheat into Strong Sad is from "The Show"

Strong Sad saying "Doglass" and the branch of the ol' sicamore are from "Cheat Talk"

(If you find any more referances just edit my comment)

These are all already noted in the Inside References section. --videlectrix.pngENUSY discussionitem_icon.gif user.gifmail_icon.gif, 21:52, 18 October 2005 (BST)

[edit] Release Dates

When was this DVD and the rest released? I don't see that information here. --Stux 17:38, 18 February 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Somebody smart wanna help? Anybody?

Okay, guys. After a package mixup because of change of address, I finally got the SB Overkill Combo! (That Easter Egg deal was just too good to resist.) But I have a major problem. Disc One WON'T PLAY in my DVD player!
Now, here's the strange part. I have two DVD/VCR combos in my house: the one in question is a Magnavox model MWD2206. The thing is, Disc One will play in my computer and my second DVD player perfectly fine, but this one--the one on my largest TV and therefore obviously the one I wanna use--just won't read it. Does anyone know anything about the problem? At first I thought the region 0 formatting might have somehow been the culprit, but after testing, I think I must have been wrong.

Breaking it down, now:
--Disc one almost always displays a playback error ("Playback may not be available on this disc") in the Magnavox. The farthest it has ever gotten was to a very skippy, static-y version of the menu animation. At that point, I ejected the DVD as quickly as I could; this player has rubbed the paint off another DVD's surface when I pressed eject and menu at the same time, and I didn't want my sweet, sweet 5-1/4 inch disk rubbed off. (Please note that I don't think that's a problem with this player in particular, as I've had it happen with other players, too. Don't try it at home unless you're daring.)
--Disc one plays fine in all DVD players except the relevant Magnavox.
--Discs two through five play perfectly in the Magnavox.
--All discs play perfectly in both other devices I've tested them in: a DVD/VCR combo I have hooked up to a teeny TV, and my compy.

I've been amazed in the past at the range of knowledge that the collective members of this wiki have when combined. Can somebody amaze me again?
(Note that I'm looking for a simple answer here. One that doesn't involve soldering or "you're just gonna have to buy a new player." Though I might be willing to take that bad boy apart and clean the lens. That's always fun to do.)
Forever young,
Zebbadee. I mean, Onamuji (b/w T. C.  ) 04:09, 9 April 2008 (UTC)

[edit] PS2?

Do these DVDs play on the PS2?

Yes StarFox 18:09, 4 September 2009 (UTC)
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