Happy Fireworks

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A secret hot date in the making.

Bubs, Coach Z, Homestar, and a Cardboard Marzipan watch a fireworks show.

Cast (in order of appearance): Bubs, Coach Z, Homestar Runner, Cardboard Marzipan, Strong Bad, Strong Mad, The Cheat

Places: The Field

Date: July 4, 2005

Running Time: 1:46

Page Title: Fuh-lamable!

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Transcript

{Coach Z and Bubs are sitting next to each other in chairs at dusk, waiting for some fireworks to start.}

COACH Z: Naw, I tell ya's, I once shoved an M-80 up my nose just to impress the lady-types!

BUBS: Aw, that's nothin'. I once ate an entire bowl of M-200's at my family reunion!

COACH Z: Oh yeah, well I married an M-300—

BUBS: {angrily} They don't make a 300!

COACH Z: Oh... 250?

BUBS: No!

COACH Z: Elephant?

BUBS: UP BUP BUP BUP!

{Homestar comes in with Cardboard Marzipan.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Hey guys! Happy Fireworks!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {As Cardboard Marzipan} Homestar, that's not what the holiday's called.

BUBS: Marzipan's still out of town for the summer, eh Homestar?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: No, what're you talking about?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {As Cardboard Marzipan} Yes, I'm still out of town, Bubs, you gorgeous hunk of man.

BUBS: {Blushing} Oh, why thank you, Cardboard Marzipan.

COACH Z: Hey, Cardboard Marzi! Uh, you want in on some of this action?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {As Cardboard Marzipan} No, you're disgusting.

BUBS: What's takin' these fireworks guys so long anyways? I got peoples to rip off!

{screen now shows Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and The Cheat. Cans of gas and WB-46 are around them as well as a sign that says, "The fireworks guys (f'real)"}

STRONG BAD: Ugh, I don't know what I was thinking when I agreed to let you make your homemade fireworks, Strong Mad.

{cut to Strong Mad's fireworks, which are just batteries and matches taped together}

STRONG MAD: OOH AHH! OOH AHH!

STRONG BAD: We'll get to the oohing and ahhing soon enough. But first, we gotta go straight to plan G!

{shows The Cheat with "plan g" painted on him}

THE CHEAT: {sadly} Meh.

(Strong Mad grabs The Cheat and starts shaking him. The Cheat is making noises)

STRONG BAD: Wait for it... wait for it...

{The Cheat's noises get higher-pitched}

STRONG BAD: And... pull!

{Strong Mad throws The Cheat above him}

THE CHEAT: Meeeeeeeeeehhhhh!

{The Cheat is flying in the sky. Eventually, he explodes and Cheat-shaped fireworks appear. Cut back to Homestar, Bubs, and Coach Z}

HOMESTAR RUNNER AND BUBS: Oooooh. Ahhhhhh.

COACH Z: IT'S DAZZLE-MAZING!!

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {As Cardboard Marzipan} I think fireworks promote violence.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {Pauses, then glares at Cardboard Marzipan} Shut up, Marzipan.

{A firework explodes and shows "Happy Fireworks!" The Cheat crashes into the ground. His head has exploded. Cardboard Marzipan shows up}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {as Cardboard Marzipan} Oh, The Cheat, are you okay? Do you want to go on a secret hot date?

Fun Facts

Trivia

  • The Loading Screen of this toon displays "Loafing..." instead of "Loading...".
  • Something seems to be written on the bottom of the label of Bubs' Not so Cold One, but when you zoom in to read it, it disappears.
  • The cardboard box used to make Cardboard Marzipan had (F)RAGILE stenciled across its top before Homestar drew Marzipan on it, as well as DON'T BEND stenciled across the bottom.
  • The cans of WB-46 have the slogan Stops the Squeaks! Gets some jobs DONE. Fuh-lamable written on them.
  • The can of gas that was next to Strong Bad, Strong Mad, and The Cheat is labeled "THE GAS".

Inside References

Real-World References

  • M-80's are a class of large firecrackers, originaly developed by US armies to simulate the sound of gunfire, but then sold to the public as fireworks. Sometimes known as a "quarter stick of dynamite".
  • The cans of WB-46 are a spoof of WD-40, an industrial lubricant.
  • Strong Bad saying 'Pull' to signal Strong Mad to throw The Cheat is a reference to trapshooting, where one says 'Pull' to signal that the clay pigeon should be thrown.
  • Some of the batteries Strong Mad used to make fireworks are black with copper colored tops, the classic design of Duracell as well as silver with black tops, the design used by Energizer.

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