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Artificial High 3

In one scene the message "Computer Over. Virus = very yes" shows up In another scene, Strong Bad is checking an unknown email.

Homestarrunner Megamix

This movie is entirely a Homestar fan-work.


Homestar makes a cameo in episode "Chris, Zanda and the treasure of Captain No Beard" of the popular flash series chris.exe

Albino Black Sheep Cartoons

On, there are many sightings embedded in its user-created flash cartoons. For example, on an Animutation, there is a screenshot from "StrongBadZone" and you can hear "STINY! GET ME A DANISH!" Also, the filename is a giveaway that the creator is a fan of Homestar Runner. [1] Other animations on the website that have references in them include Elvis Lives, Elvis Not Includedand The Fingertips Project.


ClaveMan (Episode 1) - A Dino Wax Production. Claveman poses as Homestar as one of his disguises to obtain free Popeye's biscuits.

Metroid Confusion: Parts 1 and 2

At, there is a movie entitled "Metroid Confusion", and at the beginning there are three computers and one has the H*R page displayed on its monitor. The end also borrows "Because It's Midnite" and credits a band named "Limozeen." Also when you see them talking about how Samus is defenceless without her suit zoom in on the second shelf a book is the Homestar Runner enters the Strongest Man in the World contest. Also, also on that shelf is a book that's titled "Gelatinous Eyebrows." The word gelatinous is possibly a reference to kids' book, in which you could possibly construe those tilde (~) looking things as eyebrows.

Also, in Metroid Confusion Part 2, if you right-click, one option is "Send Trogdor to my House", and at the end of the movie, if you click on the fine-print giving some credit, you will see a funny Homestar-Metroid crossover. They also mention "E3 20X6". In addition to all of that, if you watch the commentary, it mentions that he got the inspiration for the "Claymation Simulator" from Strong Mad's Doug the Dino, in strong bad email the facts. Also in Fox Mcloud's arwing, there is a book called "TROGDOR The musical". The back (or front?) of the book reads, "[T]he Burninator himself [s]tars in his first-ever musical [t]hat won three Academy [a]wards and a couple of [fr]ee coffees at Starbucks. [E]xperience the magic, the [ma]gesty, the consummate V's!" (The word fragments in the square brackets are letters that I guessed because they weren't showing. Also, 'majesty' is incorrectly spelled 'magesty' on the book.)

La La La

In this random animation, also at, Homestar is sighted very often, and Strong Bad actually sings the song! It is under the music section.

Kerri's Big Invention

Also at, there is a movie entitled "Kerri's Big Invention," and about halfway through the movie Kerri is drawing on a blackboard. When the whole blackboard is visible, in the lower left corner is a poorly drawn Homestar and Strong Bad. In the upper right you can see the carrot shaped thing from the sketchbook on the Coach Z page.

Strong Bad's Numa Numa dance

On (A site dedicated to the Numa Numa song star) there is an animation of Strong Bad lip syncing to Dragostea Din Tei. here

Bush Bash

On this very weird flash animation at, you can see a picture of President Bush and a flaming Earth that says "Burninating the Peasants since 2000".

High Score

At High Score Online they made a Homestar cartoon entitled "Not Without My Application, AKA Jorbs a Plenti." Be sure to click on the bucket at the end after the credits.

In Episode 3, there is a set of really fast moving credits with a Strong Bad reference: Seen here

High Score Episode 4 has a Parents Day spectacular, with "special guest star" What's Her Face. Later in a newspaper montage one of the subtitles says "Strong Sad Still A Loser."

Bonus Stage

  • In episode 8, there is a passing reference to Strong Bad making video games. This episode came out not long after the email video games, so that's probably what it refers to.
  • In episode 9, Joel dies and goes to hell. Phil and Elly then die so they can rescue him, and while there, they meet Strong Bad, Homestar, and Coach Z. Apparently, Strong Bad got sick of the 'boxing glove emails' and jumped into a lake of fire, and Homestar and Coach Z followed. After they rescue Joel, Phil starts typing on a Compy 386 about how Bubs won the race, and Strong Sad shows up. (This episode was later removed, then changed in order to avoid legal trouble.)
  • In episode 11, Joel says he wants to move to Atlanta where "the cartoon people" live. He is probably referring to The Brothers Chaps.
  • In episode 19, there is a rather long easter egg in which Joel and Phil try to prank call some people. One of their targets is Strong Bad... or is it?
  • In episode 30, there is a commercial for a candy called "Kandy Commandoz". A small disclaimer flashes across the screen proclaiming "Not a ripoff of Homestar Runner".
  • In episode 60, there is a laptop called Lappy.

One Ring To Rule Them All 2

When they're singing about Bilbo the middle elf chick has a pin that says "Wear a Bikini." Watch it here!

Decline of Video Gaming 2

On, there are slight references to Homestar Runner. While watching it, put on creator's notes.

Lost in Tijuana

At and on if you're not willing to pay the membership costs, you see SB's face on a wanted poster about halfway through the animation.


At Waterman Studios, the SB ice pop is advertised for sale on the side of the ice-cream truck that shows up in several of the episodes.


Halloween Special

At, there is a Weekly Update titled Halloween Special. Taco-Man hosts a costume party for Halloween and Homestar makes an appearance at the very end.
watch it

The Viewers Choice Awards Program-Related Activities Show

In the second part of the 2004 Viewers Choice Award Program-Related Activities, a crowd of many cartoon characters can be seen. Among them is Homestar Runner.
watch it

Ask Taco-Man

On July 3, 2005, a cartoon called "Ask Taco-Man" was released. Taco-Man received many e-mails, 3 of which he read, regarding how the cartoon ripped off Strong Bad e-mails. Homestar Runner appeared at the end, mistaking Taco-Man for Strong Bad. The Paper also came down at the end of the cartoon.
watch it

In Ask Taco-Man #3, a parody of the 1940's Public Service Announcements, the narrator tells Billy not to address Taco-Man as "Strongbad."

Dr. Wily Shorts Collection

At, there is a flash animation called "Dr. Wily Shorts Collection." If you click on Dr. Wily's shorts, a short animation of Strong Bad and Homestar pops up. click here to see it

The Matrix Has You

At this site, there is a cartoon called The Matrix Has You. At the end of The Final Fight, Sati says "It's Over" in a voice that sounds kind of like Cheerleader's.

The Matrix Still Has You

At this site, there is also a cartoon called The Matrix Still Has You. At the end of Subway, when Mr. Anderson throws Mr.Smith in the trashcan, he says DELETED.

Checkerboard Nightmare

At Checkerboard Nightmare, Chex does a parody of different internet cartoons, including a "web animation" done in the style of a Strong Bad E-mail.

Robotbox and Cactus

On Robotbox and Cactus episode 13 "Internet", Cactus receives a computer that crashed down from space, and he's boasting to Robotbox that he's on the internet now. Robotbox goes into his own segment much similar to a Strong Bad E-mail. Other parodies include random appearances by 'Pole' (Bonus Stage's Joel) 'Gil' (Bonus Stage's Phil) and 'Coach F' who says "BLOOOORGHHH!" and his head explodes.

The Great Eggscape 2

On this animation at [2] has a "No Loafing" sign in one of the rooms.


In episode 1 of Geoweasel, when Nar says that he is the computer guy around here, you can see the computer says run sb_email.exe. The same scene is flash backed to in episode 8.

Review: Alien Versus Predator

In this flash film by the flash artist Legendary Frog, Ark and Kerri are at one point playing with Alien and Predator action figures. In the background, the Cheat Commandos action figure storage vehicle can be seen with Gunhaver and SilentRip inside. Firebert and Reynold also appear in front of the "Der Wunder Box."

Ducktales: The Auditions

In this follow-up to the internet "Ducktales" series, Homestar Runner shows up as the fifth audition for the part of Scrooge McDuck.

Retarded Animal Babies

WARNING: EXPLICIT CONTENT. UNSUITABLE FOR THOSE UNDER 18. In episode 10 when they are walking past the websites, jokingly calling each one gay, is the first one.

Tails and his GBA

When Tails is listening to the radio, one thing heard is Homestar's line from crying, and the "oncha oncha" song from Teen Girl Squad Issue 8. Strong Bad comes out in the very end and says "its over. go home people." And if you right click anytime in the movie, one of the options is "goto Homestar Runner?".

Mario Busters Flash Movie

One of the scenes in [this] movie is entitled "Donez's hed (sp) a splode"

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