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*Email [[love poems]] {{--}} Strong Sad owns a Strong Badphone, a device similar in concept to the {{w|Bat phone}}, which {{w|Jim Gordon (character)|Commissioner Gordon}} used to contact Batman in time of need.
*Email [[love poems]] {{--}} Strong Sad owns a Strong Badphone, a device similar in concept to the {{w|Bat phone}}, which {{w|Jim Gordon (character)|Commissioner Gordon}} used to contact Batman in time of need.
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]] {{--}} After [[Professor Experimento]] finishes the serum that [[Cutesy Buttons]] requested, Dangeresque exclaims, "To the Dangeresque Cave!" (see Batcave, above)
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]] {{--}} After [[Professor Experimento]] finishes the serum that [[Cutesy Buttons]] requested, Dangeresque exclaims, "To the Dangeresque Cave!" (see Batcave, above)
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*[[Disk 4 of 12 - Vampire's Castle]] {{--}} The [[Powered by The Cheat|Cheat's illustration of]] the Vampire resembles Romero's portrayal of the Joker, even including a partially-visible mustache under his makeup.
*The [[Office of the Brothers Chaps]] has a bust of [[Shakespeare|William Shakespeare]], a replica of the one seen in Bruce Wayne's office that concealed the secret entrance to the Batcave. This bust can also be seen in [[@StrongBadActual]]'s profile picture.
*The [[Office of the Brothers Chaps]] has a bust of [[Shakespeare|William Shakespeare]], a replica of the one seen in Bruce Wayne's office that concealed the secret entrance to the Batcave. This bust can also be seen in [[@StrongBadActual]]'s profile picture.

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Holy false climbing, Dangeresque!
MIKE: That was a quote from the same Batman episode that there's probably, at this point, 20 or 30 references to on our website.
MATT: {laughs} Including the name of our company.
RYAN: I love that it's just all one episode, too, isn't it?
MATT: Right. We certainly have an appreciation for and are familiar with—
MIKE: Many episodes. But there's one in particular that we know backwards and forwards.
The Brothers Chaps and Ryan Sterritt on the Halloween Fairstival DVD commentary

The Brothers Chaps have made many references over the years to the famous superhero Batman. Most references are to the campy '60s TV series, especially the episode "The Joker Goes to School". Additionally, the only Twitter account @StrongBadActual follows is Batman 66 Labels.

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Appearances

Have you forgotten what got us here? "No Loafing" got us here!

"The Joker Goes to School" references

  • No Loafing SignThe Joker has a "No Loafing" sign in his lair. This was mentioned in the no loafing DVD commentary.
  • Harmless Junk, Inc. — Chief O'Hara remarks that the Joker has purchased a company that produces "Gum machines, pin balls, that sort of harmless junk." This reference was confirmed in the DVD commentary for Halloween Fairstival.
  • Email flag dayThe Cheat's penny has the words "A Bad Penny" imprinted on it, which is how the Joker referred to his henchmen in this episode.
  • Halloween Fairstival — Strong Bad dresses as "Cesar Romero as the Joker"; Romero played the Joker in the series and movie.
    • Strong Bad calls The Cheat and Strong Mad his "bad pennies". (see above)
    • Strong Bad's line "Hello, kiddies! A-meet the Joker!" is taken directly from the episode.
  • Two More Eggs — Production company Citywide Hoop Champs Inc. takes its name from a banner championing the high school basketball team as "Citywide Hoop Champs 5 years in a row".

Other Batman TV series references

Holy false climbing, Batman!

General Batman references

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