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The '''[[Thnikkaman]]''' is the alter-ego of [[Bubs]], wearing a pair of flashy sunglasses and a piece of paper taped to his chest with "tH" written on it. This seems to be Bubs's secret identity, as none of the other characters seem to know that the Thnikkaman is Bubs; in [[cliffhangers]], [[Coach Z]] attempts to reveal the Thnikkaman's identity, only to be thwarted by his own bad hand-eye coordination (though he later accuses himself of being the Thnikkaman). This is odd since he takes off his glasses in "[[monument]]." His powers of distraction are amazing, as shown in "monument", when he prevented [[Strong Bad]] from completing a monument to himself, as well as [[Homestar Runner]] from finally putting on some [[Homestar Runner's Pants|pants]].Whenever he arrives someplace, an [[Unseen_Characters|unseen chorus]] sings "Here comes the Thnikkaman!", accompanied by those words dancing across the screen.  Similarly, the chorus sings "There goes the Thnikkaman!" with the dancing words whenever he leaves.  His famous catch phrase "Yeah, shut up, kid!" is usually given in response to the question "Can I/we have some?" (although what "some" refers to has not been revealed).
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The '''[[Thnikkaman]]''' is the alter-ego of [[Bubs]], wearing a pair of flashy sunglasses and a piece of paper taped to his chest with "tH" written on it. This seems to be Bubs's secret identity, as none of the other characters seem to know that the Thnikkaman is Bubs; in [[cliffhangers]], [[Coach Z]] attempts to reveal the Thnikkaman's identity, only to be thwarted by his own bad hand-eye coordination (though he later accuses himself of being the Thnikkaman). This is odd since he takes off his glasses in "[[monument]]." His powers of distraction are amazing, as shown in "monument", when he prevented [[Strong Bad]] from completing a monument to himself, as well as [[Homestar Runner]] from finally putting on some [[Homestar Runner's Pants|pants]].Whenever he arrives someplace, an [[Unseen_Characters|unseen chorus]] sings "Here comes the Thnikkaman!", accompanied by those words dancing across the screen.  Similarly, the chorus sings "There goes the Thnikkaman!" with the dancing words whenever he leaves.  His famous catch phrase "Yeah, shut up, kid!" is usually given in response to the question "Can I/we have some?" (although what "some" refers to has not been revealed). '''[[Thnikkaman|(more...)]]'''
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The Thnikkaman has once called [[Marzipan]], where he [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 12.2#Message_5|asked her to join his "Thnikkaband"]].  The call begins with the chorus singing "You got a call from the Thnikkaman!" and ends with "Here hang-ups the Thnikkaman!", with the words dancing across the screen each time. '''[[Thnikkaman|(more...)]]'''
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Revision as of 02:51, 11 June 2007

"Yeah. Shut up, kid!"

The Thnikkaman is the alter-ego of Bubs, wearing a pair of flashy sunglasses and a piece of paper taped to his chest with "tH" written on it. This seems to be Bubs's secret identity, as none of the other characters seem to know that the Thnikkaman is Bubs; in cliffhangers, Coach Z attempts to reveal the Thnikkaman's identity, only to be thwarted by his own bad hand-eye coordination (though he later accuses himself of being the Thnikkaman). This is odd since he takes off his glasses in "monument." His powers of distraction are amazing, as shown in "monument", when he prevented Strong Bad from completing a monument to himself, as well as Homestar Runner from finally putting on some pants.Whenever he arrives someplace, an unseen chorus sings "Here comes the Thnikkaman!", accompanied by those words dancing across the screen. Similarly, the chorus sings "There goes the Thnikkaman!" with the dancing words whenever he leaves. His famous catch phrase "Yeah, shut up, kid!" is usually given in response to the question "Can I/we have some?" (although what "some" refers to has not been revealed). (more...)

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