Fluffy Puff Commercial

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*Homestar similarly flubs his lines in [[First Time Here?]], which is also directed by Cherry Greg and bears many other similarities to this cartoon.
*Homestar similarly flubs his lines in [[First Time Here?]], which is also directed by Cherry Greg and bears many other similarities to this cartoon.
*The Abe Lincoln silhouette would later be seen in [[Everybody to the Limit]] and in [[An Open Forum]].
*The Abe Lincoln silhouette would later be seen in [[Everybody to the Limit]] and in [[An Open Forum]].
*Homestar says "oh" slightly before the boom hits his head
== DVD Version ==
== DVD Version ==

Revision as of 16:43, 31 May 2006

Toon Category: Shorts
watch Theme Song Video The Interview
"What did he say?"

Homestar Runner plugs Fluffy Puff Marshmallows. Of course, he screws it up.

Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner, Marshie (on the bag) Clapper Loader, Cherry Greg, The Announcer

Places: The Field

Date: 2001

Running Time: 2:24

Page Title: Fluffy Puff Marshmallows



{A clapperboard covers the screen.}

CLAPPER LOADER: Fluffy Puff Marshmallows, take one. {The clapperboard is pulled away to reveal Homestar holding a bag of Fluffy Puffs upside-down.}

CHERRY GREG: And action.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Before I drink a tall glass of melonade, I like to eat about 147 Fluffy Puff Marshmallows.

CHERRY GREG: Cut. The bag's upside down.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, sorry. {turns the bag around} About 147 Fluffy Puff M...

CHERRY GREG: Um, we're not rolling.


{A beep is heard and we switch to the next scene}


{the camera focuses}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Before I drink a tall glass of melonade, I like to eat about 147 Flushy Push Marfmallows. Seriously folks, they're—

CHERRY GREG: Cut. You said Flushy Push.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I know! Can you believe it?

CHERRY GREG: Yeah, they're called Fluffy Puff.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I know! Can you believe it?

{beep to next scene}


CHERRY GREG: And action.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Before I drink a tall glass of melonade, I like to eat about 147 Fluffy Puff marshmallows. Seriously folks, they're the... {losing enthusiasm} uh, the... um... the... {drops the bag} the best.

{beep to next scene}



HOMESTAR RUNNER: Before I drink something, oftentimes I eat something too.

{beep to next scene}



HOMESTAR RUNNER: {is eating the marshmallows} What did he say?



{beep to next scene. It is now slightly dark out.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: ...147 Fluffy Puff Marshmallows. {A bird squawks offscreen; two drops of bird crap fall on Homestar's head} Seriously folks, they're the best. All riiiiiight! We finally got it! That's a wrap, huh? You guys?

{beep to next scene. It is now darker out.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {is reading his lines, mumbles along} Okay, I got it.

CHERRY GREG: Okay. We're gonna get it this time. And action.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {Stands there for a while. Crickets chirp. The boom comes down and hits Homestar in the head.} Oh. Before I drink 147 glasses of melonade, I eat 147 Fluffity Puffity Marshalades.

{beep to next scene. It is now sunset.}

CHERRY GREG: {tired} Action.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {tired and annoyed, monotone} Before I eat a tall slice of marmalade I like to drink lots and lots of marshmallows. I mean Fluffy Puffys.

{beep to next scene. It is now night.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I like marshmallows!

{cut to an orange screen, where a bag of Fluffy Puffs appears}

THE ANNOUNCER: You heard it, folks! Homestar likes marshmallows!

JINGLE SINGERS: {singing erraticaly} They're fluffity. They're puffity. One, two, three, four, five!

Easter Eggs

Homestar likes Marshmallows... in Abe Lincoln's Head
  • If you press L the screen becomes Abraham Lincoln's profile silhouette.
    • This will only work for a lowercase "l". Having Caps Lock on, or holding down Shift, Ctrl or Alt will cancel the effect.

Fun Facts


  • This is the first short featuring the early current version of Homestar.
  • Missy apparently sang in the ending jingle, because you can clearly make out Marzipan's voice.


  • The Marshie shown on the bag of marshmallows in the preview on the Toons Menu is different from the Marshie shown in the actual toon. The toon version features a normal Marshie, yet the preview shows a completely different Marshie, winking.
  • In some scenes, Homestar doesn't blink at all.
  • In "Jumping Jack Contest", the Cheat asks Homestar if he wants 147 glasses of Melonade.


  • Whenever Homestar talks, his hat moves a little at the edge.

Fast Forward


  • Homestar says "oh" slightly before the boom hits his head

DVD Version

  • The DVD version features two hidden creators' commentaries. To access them, switch your DVD player's audio language selection while watching.

First Commentary Transcript

(Commentary by: Matt Chapman, Mike Chapman)

MATT: Oh, Cherry Greg. Your finest hour.

MIKE: Look at the light grey outline on Homestar's head.

MATT: Yeah, it's a little distracting.

MIKE: And his magenta body.

MATT: Yeah. There's a lot of discussion about his magenta body on these commentaries, I feel like.

MIKE: The light grey outline— I think this might be the only cartoon that has the outline that is quite that light.

MATT: Well, this was the debut of this version of Homestar, right?

MIKE: Yeah, I think from fat— from fat-body Homestar.

MATT: Uh... So our friend, uh... friend and co— co-restore I believe it's—

MIKE: Millionaire gaddabout—

MATT: —Craig Zobel—

MIKE: —our Craig Zobel—

MATT: —is the voice here...

MIKE: He's also the voice of Kevin.

MATT: That's right.

MIKE: On the, umm, answering machine. We used to get emails from teenage girls saying how hot Kevin sounded.

MATT: Yeah.

MIKE: Like, "Who is Kevin? He sounds hot!" We'd always forward those to Craig.

MATT: Yeah, so both Craig and, uh, our friend Dan play, uh, Cherry Greg, different parts.

MIKE: Yeah, 'cause he plays him on the First Time Here—

MATT: Yeah.

MIKE: — is that right?

MATT: Dan, who also is the voice of Łukasz!

MIKE: {laughing} Yeah!

MATT: Eh Łukasz! Cześć, Marzipan! {brief pause} Umm, look s— Homestar's eyes, when he closes his eyes, are just squished versions of his eye symbol.

MIKE: Really?

MATT: We didn't make the, like, closed eye symbol yet.


MIKE: Those hills in the background look different from the usual hills, too.

MATT: They're larger.

MIKE: Yeah, I don't know what, uh—

MATT: Or they're bushes. We still haven't decided, yet.

MIKE: They're hills.

MATT: Hill-bushes.

MIKE: Hill-bushes.

MATT: Hill-shes. Shubs. {chuckles}

MIKE: Ah, bird crap.

MATT: It's always funny when there's bird crap. You can hear—

MIKE: You can hear, just noise in the background!

MATT: Yeah! Mike dropped a pencil or something.

MIKE: But this was d— wasn't this done when you were in, uh, Brooklyn?

MATT: I came home one time.

MIKE: Oh, you came home to record it?

MATT: Yeah, and recorded it all. Ooh, they got him. That's a small boom mike.

MIKE: Homestar's very large.

MATT: {laughs} Umm... Oh, Craig and Homestar have had it.

MIKE: Yeah.

MATT: I always feel like he sounds like— right here, when he says "Fluffy-Puffies", he sounds kinda like Janine from Ghostbusters. {in assumed voice} "Ghostbusters, what do you want?" Umm, when she's, like, reciting over the phone the things that she... "Do you believe in the occult, the blahbitta blah," talking to Winston Zeddemore?

MIKE: Yeah. You lost me. And everyone else, I'm sure.

Second Commentary Transcript

(Commentary by: Homestar Runner, Mike Chapman)

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {sings} Oh no, oh no, oh no!

MIKE: Hey, Homestar!


MIKE: Uh, yeah. I'm Mike.


MIKE: So, tell me about your light grey outlines here.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh Mike, they did a—

MIKE: What's wrong?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {simultaneously} —terrible job in makeup and wardrobe {accent on second syllable}.

MIKE: Too much pancake?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Too much pancake, and a little too much pantoine.

MIKE: Pantone.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Pantoine colors. Umm—

MIKE: So how is it, working with Cherry Greg?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh Mike, he's the consomme professional. Cherry Greg is like...

MIKE: Beef consomme?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yes. He's like a fine beef consomme... after it's been agèd.

MIKE: Uh, tell me about the hills in the background, Homestar.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: They're... larger, and—

MIKE: Was this a different location than you guys usually shoot at?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: This was to the left of the usual field.


HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yes. Umm, I don't — I don't ever talk about melonade anymore!

MIKE: You—


MIKE: {simultaneously} I'm— I'm gonna give you a forum right now. Talk about melonade!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I'm off Melonade, guys.

MIKE: Talk about some marshmallows and melonade for me.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Uh... {in assumed voice} A-marshymellow! A-melonade! Is that what you want to hear? It's what everybody always wants out of me.

MIKE: That's—

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Just the same marshmallow!

MIKE: You brought it up, man!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: You brought it up, Mike! You kept talking about a forum!

MIKE: Let's uh, just watch the video. Let's get back to—

HOMESTAR RUNNER: I, look, I had a— it was my off day...

MIKE: {simultaneously} So it's— it's starting to get— starting to get dusk now.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Yeah, these are long shooting days. All right?

MIKE: I don't think it was supposed to be that— {a telephone rings} Oh!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, who do you think that is? Let's see! I want to answer it, maybe!

MIKE: Go! It's— I hit it!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {simultaneously} Hello? Hel— Oh! Hello? Hello, who's this? Hello? Hang on, we're recording commentary on the DVD, so hang on. {pause} No, you— but you can talk to me! {pause} Hello? I'm talking to the phone! Who's on the phone? Mike, this— they're not talking. Is this Willy? {pause} It's Willy, Mike!

MIKE: Oh, good old Willy!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Good old Willy!

MIKE: He's gonna—

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Willy, you're gonna be on the commentary of this DVD! He thought this— I was an answering machine, this whole times!

MIKE: {laughs}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: That's great!

MIKE: {simultaneously} Willy's a really dumb friend.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: No! We gotta take that out!

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