An Open Forum

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*[[Wikipedia:Brian Blair|B. Brian Blair]] and [[Wikipedia:James Brunzell|Jumpin' Jim Brunzell]] were [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Entertainment|WWE]] wrestlers in the 80's, collectively known as the Killer Bees.
*[[Wikipedia:Brian Blair|B. Brian Blair]] and [[Wikipedia:James Brunzell|Jumpin' Jim Brunzell]] were [[Wikipedia:World Wrestling Entertainment|WWE]] wrestlers in the 80's, collectively known as the Killer Bees.
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*The music can be heard again as the theme song of [[The Lil' Brudder Show]].
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==Related Links==

Revision as of 07:21, 27 January 2006

An Open Forum

Homestar Runner delves into deep political thought.

Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner, Pom Pom

Running Time: 0:32

Contents

Transcript

{A screen comes up that reads "An Open Forum Starring: B. Brian Blair and Jumpin' Jim Brunzell" with music in the background. Then, the music abruptly stops and we see bad caricatures of Pom Pom and Homestar sitting by two round balls, which are on a pink table. The balls bounce a few times on their own.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I represent Distinguished Businessman.

{The balls bounce some more. The words "The Ends." appear with the music returning.}

Easter Eggs

  • A brief commentary can be heard by switching your DVD player's audio language selection while watching.

MATT CHAPMAN: Mike, what did you do this time?!

MIKE CHAPMAN: So, I made this in a hotel room in New York, um by myself at, like, three in the morning. Um, we were speaking at NYU the next day and I just wanted to make something. {snickers} And so I had to use old audio.

MATT CHAPMAN: Look at the Lincoln heads behind them. I never noticed that before, I don't think.

MIKE CHAPMAN: This... so those characters, the drawings, were... um, for an Exaggeration that never got made.

MATT CHAPMAN: That's true.

MIKE CHAPMAN: So I just had those drawings laying around.

MATT CHAPMAN: {imitating Homestar from one Exaggeration} These are some, these are some, these are some!

MIKE CHAPMAN: And that theme song became the Li'l Brother theme song. Brudder.

MATT CHAPMAN: BruDDer.

Fun Facts

Inside References

Real-World References

Fast Forward

Related Links

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