Don Bluth

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*Email [[rock opera]] (DVD commentary) — [[Strong Bad]] sings a part from "Somewhere Out There" from ''[[Wikipedia:An American Tail|An American Tail]]''.
*Email [[rock opera]] (DVD commentary) — [[Strong Bad]] sings a part from "Somewhere Out There" from ''[[Wikipedia:An American Tail|An American Tail]]''.
*[[Thy Dungeonman 3]] — While musing on thoughts of her dead husband, the [[Minor Thy Dungeonman Characters|hag]] is said to be "[[wikipedia:The Land Before Time|landbeforetiming]]".
*[[Thy Dungeonman 3]] — While musing on thoughts of her dead husband, the [[Minor Thy Dungeonman Characters|hag]] is said to be "[[wikipedia:The Land Before Time|landbeforetiming]]".
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*[[Blue Laserdisc Challenge]] — The game is a parody of [[LaserDisc]] games such as ''[[Wikipedia:Dragon's Lair|Dragon's Lair]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Space Ace|Space Ace]]''.
*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 14.2]] — In the Easter egg, [[Homestar Runner]] sings a part from "Somewhere Out There" from ''An American Tail''.
*[[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 14.2]] — In the Easter egg, [[Homestar Runner]] sings a part from "Somewhere Out There" from ''An American Tail''.
*[[Final Hours Playthrough]] — [[Mike Chapman]] draws a movement card to move the [[peasants]] west, and Strong Bad says "Peasants Goes West" is his "favorite Don Bluth joke", in reference to ''[[Wikipedia:An American Tail: Fievel Goes West|An American Tail: Fievel Goes West]]''.
*[[Final Hours Playthrough]] — [[Mike Chapman]] draws a movement card to move the [[peasants]] west, and Strong Bad says "Peasants Goes West" is his "favorite Don Bluth joke", in reference to ''[[Wikipedia:An American Tail: Fievel Goes West|An American Tail: Fievel Goes West]]''.
**This same reference is used by [[Strong Sad]] in [[Six-Sadded, Die. - Trogdor's Fiery Rage]].
**This same reference is used by [[Strong Sad]] in [[Six-Sadded, Die. - Trogdor's Fiery Rage]].
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*[[Mr. Poofers Must Die]] — Homestar dresses as Dirk the Daring from ''[[Wikipedia:Dragon's Lair|Dragon's Lair]]''.
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*[[Mr. Poofers Must Die]] — Homestar dresses as Dirk the Daring from ''Dragon's Lair''.
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*[[The Homestar Runner Enters the Spooky Woods]] — [[Bubs]] dresses as another character from a Don Bluth [[LaserDisc]] video game, Commander Borf of ''[[Wikipedia:Space Ace|Space Ace]]''.
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*[[The Homestar Runner Enters the Spooky Woods]] — [[Bubs]] dresses as another character from a Don Bluth LaserDisc video game, Commander Borf of ''Space Ace''.
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*[[Blue Laserdisc Challenge]] — The game is a parody of laserdisc games such as Dragon's Lair or Space Ace
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[[Category:Entertainment running gags]]

Current revision as of 22:08, 16 June 2020

She becomes abruptly silent and goes back to her landbeforetiming.

Don Bluth was an animator who started at Disney and later directed his own animated films in the 1980s and 1990s. These films are sometimes referenced by The Brothers Chaps.

[edit] Appearances

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