User:RickTommy/Minor Relationships

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This page documents relationships that do not have enough instances for their own articles or are considered unsubstantial. Feel free to edit this page as if it is a mainspace article.

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[edit] Homestar Runner and The King of Town's Relationship

"Hey, King, what's up?"

Homestar Runner shows more respect for The King of Town than most of the other characters do, but they do sometimes conflict with each other.

[edit] Homestar Runner and the King of Town Getting Along/Working Together

[edit] Homestar Runner and the King of Town in Conflict

[edit] Other Interaction

[edit] Homestar Runner and The Poopsmith's Relationship

"I let him in.
Here you go.
Oh, and you're out of mayo."

Homestar Runner and The Poopsmith seem to have a good relationship, though they do sometimes have bad moments.

[edit] Homestar Runner and the Poopsmith Getting Along/Working Together

[edit] Homestar Runner and the Poopsmith in Conflict

  • Yearbook Character Page — Homestar apparently thinks that the Poopsmith is over 1,000 years old.
  • Email the show — When Homestar asks the Poopsmith a question, the Poopsmith holds a sign that says he has to leave.
  • 3 Times Halloween Funjob — Homestar scolds the Poopsmith for giving him whatsit instead of candy.
  • Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon — Homestar leaves the Poopsmith tied up, and clicks a flashlight on and off in his face, while saying "All right, buster, move it along here! Nothing to see, nothing to see!" and thinking the Poopsmith is Biscuitdoughhandsman.
  • Email highschool — Homestar Runner pushes the sweeping end of a broom at the Diapersmith.
  • Strong Badia the Free — If Homestar and the Poopsmith meet up, Homestar kicks the Poopsmith in the stomach.
  • I Killed Pom Pom — Homestar is accused of eating the Poopsmith's pile of whatsit. In response, the Poopsmith threatens him with his costume's claw hand.

[edit] Homestar Runner and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

  • Email kind of cool — Homestar insults Cardgage, telling him he smells like pea soup.
  • HomestarRunner.com Pay Plus! — One of the fake thumbnails shows Homestar attending a meeting held by Cardgage.
  • Email original — Homestar orders a "manila cheese Coke" from Cardgage, who is acting as a replacement for Bubs.
  • Non-Sequitur Champion — Senor Cardgage is a guest on The Show. Homestar is unimpressed with Cardgage's first two attempts to form a coherent sentence, but is impressed with the third one.
  • A Decemberween Mackerel — Homestar is unhappy with the fact that Marzipan is giving bean sprouts to Cardgage, and is disturbed when Cardgage calls him "Hot Pooey". However, he helps Marzipan save Cardgage from dying.
  • Email too cool — To Homestar's annoyance, Cardgage refuses to get out of his way. Later, Homestar watches Cardgage's character video, is excited that it is his first R-rated movie, and is years later affected by the "tertiary" curse.

[edit] Strong Mad and Bubs's Relationship

[edit] Strong Mad and Pom Pom's Relationship

[edit] Strong Mad and The King of Town's Relationship

[edit] Strong Mad and The Poopsmith's Relationship

[edit] Strong Mad and Homsar's Relationship

[edit] Strong Mad and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

[edit] Strong Sad and Strong Sad's Relationship

  • Email replacementStrong Bad asks Strong Sad what he would to to "himself" while he is on the couch watching TV. Strong Sad says that he would make "himself" some hummus and give "himself" a foot massage.

[edit] Strong Sad and The Poopsmith's Relationship

[edit] Strong Sad and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

  • Email kind of cool — Strong Sad says that Cardgage used to give him nightmares.
  • Email garage sale — Strong Sad is uncomfortable with talking to Cardgage.
  • Email fan club — Strong Sad lets either Homsar or Cardgage be a member of the Deleteheads.
  • Non-Sequitur Champion — Strong Sad is impressed with Cardgage's third attempt to form a coherent sentence.
  • Email too cool — Strong Sad watches Cardgage's character video. Although he is disturbed by the graphic detail, he is happy when he correctly suspects that the video is cursed.

[edit] The Cheat and Pom Pom's Relationship

[edit] The Cheat and The Poopsmith's Relationship

[edit] The Cheat and Homsar's Relationship

[edit] The Cheat and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

[edit] Marzipan and Pom Pom's Relationship

[edit] Marzipan and The Poopsmith's Relationship

[edit] Marzipan and Homsar's Relationship

Marzipan and Homsar have an interesting relationship. Marzipan seems to enjoy hanging out with Homsar; Homsar himself acts like he doesn't even know Marzipan.

[edit] Marzipan and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

[edit] Coach Z and Coach Z's Relationship

[edit] Coach Z and The King of Town's Relationship

[edit] Coach Z and The Poopsmith's Relationship

[edit] Coach Z and Homsar's Relationship

[edit] Coach Z and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

[edit] Bubs and Bubs's Relationship

[edit] Bubs and Pom Pom's Relationship

[edit] Bubs and The King of Town's Relationship

[edit] Bubs and The Poopsmith's Relationship

[edit] Bubs and Homsar's Relationship

[edit] Bubs and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

  • Senorial Day — Bubs and Cardgage hold competing Memorial Day sales.
  • Email original — Cardgage serves as a replacement for Bubs.
  • Email rated — Cardgage does not allow Bubs into the movie theatre.
  • A Decemberween Mackerel — Bubs appears annoyed that Cardgage is waiting in line.
  • Email too cool — Bubs is in charge of the video player that plays Cardgage's character video.

[edit] Pom Pom and The King of Town's Relationship

[edit] The King of Town and Homsar's Relationship

[edit] The Poopsmith and Homsar's Relationship

[edit] Homsar and Senor Cardgage's Relationship

[edit] Stinkoman and 1-Up's Relationship

"Go away! I'm doing something!"

Stinkoman and 1-Up are the 20X6 equivalents of Strong Bad and Homestar Runner, respectively. The relationship of Stinkoman and 1-Up mirrors the relationship of Strong Bad and Homestar Runner: 1-Up idolizes Stinkoman and wants his attention, while Stinkoman finds 1-Up to be annoying most of the time, although occasionally he shows a soft spot for 1-Up and the two have moments of camaraderie.

[edit] Stinkoman as rival

  • Email japanese cartoon — Stinkoman laughs when 1-Up is crushed by Pan Pan. Also, Stinkoman says that 1-Up can't be "the guy" because he's "just a kid."
  • Under Construction — Stinkoman calls 1-up and Pan Pan "ladies" because they missed his fight with Sticklyman.
  • Stinkoman 20X6 — At the start of Level 2, Stinkoman ignores 1-Up, who is concerned for the kidnapped Pan Pan. In Level 5's opening cutscene he refuses to help 1-Up any more, leaving 1-Up to play the level on his own.
  • Twenty THANXty six — Stinkoman mockingly calls 1-up a "talking-to-me-extraordinaire" after 1-up points out that "giving thanks" doesn't involve farm equipment. Also, when Stinkoman is building a tractor, he tells 1-Up to go away.

[edit] Stinkoman as ally and friend

  • Stinkoman 20X6 — 1-Up either lives with or is visiting Stinkoman. In level 4, Stinkoman protects 1-Up with his giant fist power-up, gained from defeating Stlunko. However, this move has selfish motivations as well, as Stinkoman is more worried about his power crunch being damaged in the Lava Zone. Stinkoman also sets out to rescue 1-up and Pan-Pan from the Shadowy Figure.
  • Stinkomanual — Stinkoman and 1-Up are referred to as "pals."
  • Twenty THANXty Six — Stinkoman allows 1-Up to teach him how to give thanks, and the two appear to be working together to face the Challenge of the Crystal Shards.
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