Tape-leg

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Strong Bad shows some leg — tape-leg, that is.
This article is about the running gag. For the Strong Bad Email, see tape-leg.

Since the release of the notorious Strong Bad Email, tape-leg has developed into its own recurring inside joke. In the email, a fan named Nicolas asks Strong Bad if his leg is made out of tape, and Strong Bad uncharacteristically dismisses the irreverent question quickly. The email is considered by some to be one of the worst ever, but Strong Bad insists that "the tape-leg is cool." Interestingly, in the email halloweener, duct tape was wrapped around Homestar Runner's legs as part of Strong Bad's demonstration on how to make a Halloween costume of himself.

[edit] Appearances

  • Email tape-leg — The infamous reference premieres courtesy of a piece of tape on Strong Bad's shoe.
  • Email spring cleaning — Immediately following tape-leg, an emailer named Sue derides the "last email" as pathetic. This is probably referring to tape-leg, but it is not certain exactly when Sue sent the email. Either way, Strong Bad promptly deletes the email.
  • Email 50 emails — Strong Bad declares his favorite leg is either the Great Leg, the Leg of Hope, or perhaps even Tape-Leg.
  • The System is Down — Homestar mocks the tape-leg email while Strong Bad staunchly defends it.
  • Email personal favorites — One of Strong Bad's favorite emails is the fictional "tape-leg 2", in which Nicolas asks once again if Strong Bad's legs are made of tape.
  • Email do over (DVD commentary) — The Brothers Chaps consider doing over "tape-leg", then decide it is "off limits".
  • The advertisement for the SBEmails' 50 Greatest Hits DVD touts that "tape-leg" is not included.
    • During the introduction to the DVD, the announcer claims that the DVD cleans away "caked-on tapeleg".
  • 79 Seconds Left — Homestar says that Strong Bad's tape leg and his cow lamp had a baby in his brain to form the "Cow Leg" idea he just had.
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