Fourth Wall Breaks

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Once in a blue moon, the H*R characters "break the fourth wall" by recognizing their existence as cartoon characters on a computer screen rather than in a fictional world of their own. Emails in which they do this are [[flashback]] (they extend the size of the display area and Homestar is "behind the black"), [[for kids]] where Strong Bad alludes to the idea of children at home watching the emails, [[the process]] (the entire email implies that Strong Bad is aware that he is a cartoon being watched by people at home), [[huttah!]], where The Cheat actually watches the e-mail on his own computer, [[extra plug]] (the scene at the end with the cast making a fake e-mail give the impression that Strong Bad knows someone's watching, and that they want to see the e-mail finished), [[virus]] (the characters recognize that they are in a cartoon), and [[animal]], where [[Strong Bad]] says goodbye to everyone.
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Once in a blue moon, the H*R characters "break the fourth wall" by recognizing their existence as cartoon characters on a computer screen rather than in a fictional world of their own. They have only done this in the following [[Strong Bad Email]]s:
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*[[huttah!]]: [[The Cheat]] actually watches the e-mail on his own computer
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*[[the process]]: the entire email implies that Strong Bad is aware that he is a cartoon being watched by people at home
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*[[flashback]]: they extend the size of the display area and [[Homestar Runner]] is "behind the black"
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*[[for kids]]: [[Strong Bad]] alludes to the idea of children at home watching the emails
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*[[other days]]: Strong Bad does his email earlier for "Eastern European viewers across the pond"
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*[[extra plug]]: the scene at the end with the cast making a fake e-mail give the impression that Strong Bad knows someone's watching, and that they want to see the e-mail finished
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*[[virus]]: the characters recognize that they are in a cartoon
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*[[animal]]: Strong Bad says goodbye to everyone.

Revision as of 00:39, 30 November 2004

Once in a blue moon, the H*R characters "break the fourth wall" by recognizing their existence as cartoon characters on a computer screen rather than in a fictional world of their own. They have only done this in the following Strong Bad Emails:

  • huttah!: The Cheat actually watches the e-mail on his own computer
  • the process: the entire email implies that Strong Bad is aware that he is a cartoon being watched by people at home
  • flashback: they extend the size of the display area and Homestar Runner is "behind the black"
  • for kids: Strong Bad alludes to the idea of children at home watching the emails
  • other days: Strong Bad does his email earlier for "Eastern European viewers across the pond"
  • extra plug: the scene at the end with the cast making a fake e-mail give the impression that Strong Bad knows someone's watching, and that they want to see the e-mail finished
  • virus: the characters recognize that they are in a cartoon
  • animal: Strong Bad says goodbye to everyone.
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