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The Cheat and Strong Bad view TBC's home state in all its glory.

Since The Brothers Chaps live in the Atlanta area, there are often references to things specific to the state of Georgia.

  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 8.0 — "Pointy point five" and "voice of Pawkeegan State" are references to Atlanta's local "eighty eight point five" (Album 88) "the voice of Georgia State."
  • Senor MortgageChick-fil-A is a fast-food restaurant chain based in Atlanta, Georgia.
  • Email pizzaz — "This interview is OVER!" is a reference to Pro Wrestling Manager J.J. Dillon, who managed Ric Flair in the early '80s in Georgia. He would end every interview with the same comment.
  • Halloween Fairstival — The sign in the locka-room that reads "Don't go into the marsh!!!!" refers to a similar sign in the Monster Plantation ride at Six Flags Over Georgia.
  • 50K Racewalker — Luke Schenscher is an Australian-born basketball player who led Georgia Tech to the 2004 NCAA Final Four.
  • Stinkoman 20X6 — Lundsford is a reference to the symbol and/or mascot of Georgia Natural Gas. Billboards featuring this symbol and character can be seen in many places in the Atlanta area.
  • Halloween Potion-ma-jig — Hovan is a restaurant chain in Florida and Georgia, located in mall food courts, that sell gyro-style wraps.
  • Weclome Back — The sign on the merchandise table that reads "Merch Masala" may refer to the 1985 Hindi movie Mirch Masala, but Mirch Masala is also the name of an Indian restaurant in Decatur, Georgia.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 9.2Richway was a discount store in the Atlanta, GA area.
  • Hairstyle Runner — "L5P" refers to Little Five Points, a neighborhood in Atlanta known for the tattoo-and-piercing crowd.
  • Email — "Ramblin' Wreck of Email Check" is a reference to Georgia Tech. The first line of the fight song declares, "I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech..."

References with Atlanta ties

There are also a number of references to more nationally recognizable things that have specific ties to Atlanta, Georgia.

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