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'''[[Homestar Runner]]'s pants''' are somewhat of a mystery; does he wear white, skin-tight long pants?  Or did he glue blue soles to the bottoms of his feet? [[The Brothers Chaps]] keep this running gag going by keeping the references ambiguous.
'''[[Homestar Runner]]'s pants''' are a notable anomaly, as the stylized design of his character makes it unclear as to whether he’s wearing skintight pants with matching shoes or has “blue soles glued to the bottoms of [his] feet”, as [[Strong Bad|Strong Bad]] has claimed. [[The Brothers Chaps]] keep this running gag going by keeping references to it ambiguous.
==References to Homestar's Pants==
==References to Homestar's Pants==

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"Well, I'll just, uh, put these pants on..."

Homestar Runner's pants are a notable anomaly, as the stylized design of his character makes it unclear as to whether he’s wearing skintight pants with matching shoes or has “blue soles glued to the bottoms of [his] feet”, as Strong Bad has claimed. The Brothers Chaps keep this running gag going by keeping references to it ambiguous.

References to Homestar's Pants

  • A Jumping Jack Contest — Homestar tells Pom Pom that he thinks he is going to pee his pants.
  • Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 1.0Coach Z suggests that Marzipan put something in Homestar's pants to cheer him up.
  • Email vacationStrong Bad parodies this issue along with the question of whether Homestar has arms when, while imagining an email that he might be missing, he says "How does Homestar pick stuff up if he's not wearing any Marzi-pants?"
  • Pom Pom's Character Video — Homestar says that Pom Pom has helped him out of some tight jams and some tight pants, although that only happened once.
  • Email monument (Easter egg) — Homestar is about to put on some pants, but is then distracted by The Thnikkaman.
  • Sbemail 100 fakeout — Strong Bad tells Homestar to "keep his pants on". Homestar replies, "Pants? Hmm..."
  • Homestar Presents: Presents — When Homestar runs out of his house he says he's "naked," but it looks like his pants are his legs. (no pants included)
  • Email long pants — The entire email deals with Homestar and Strong Bad arguing about his pants, ending in Homestar experiencing an emotional breakdown.
  • Email (Easter egg) — Homestar tells Marzipan that he's wearing tight pants so as to "accentuate all [his] bubbleties".
  • Email high school — According to Strong Bad's doodle memory, Homestar's high-school self wore ridiculous stripèd pants. Teenaged Strong Bad and Teenaged Strong Mad "were all the time trying to liberate Homestar from [them]".
  • Email senior prom (Easter egg) — With Homestar present, Strong Bad threatens to "poof away" everyone's pants in a mass pantsing, then realizes that he is the only one in the room wearing pants. Strong Bad's pants then poof away, but nothing happens to Homestar. Later, Homestar insists to Pom Pom that he was wearing "all these types of long pants" and that they got poofed away. Pom Pom says that Homestar can "keep telling [himself] that".
  • Email yes, wrestling — Homestar appears to be wearing some skin tight pants.
  • Homestar Ruiner — After taking Homestar's Clothes, you see them in the inventory as a shirt and some shoes with blue soles; when Strong Bad wears them, he appears to have white pants as well. Also, in extended play mode you can wear Homestar's pants separately from the shoes and shirt. However, attempting to wear the Float Head before stealing Homestar's Clothes will have Strong Bad comment that his disguise won't fool anyone while he's still wearing any pants.
  • Costume Commercial — Homestar wears grey pants to mimic Bubs as part of his costume.
  • Halloween Potion-ma-jig — The French Homestar transformation changes the color of Homestar's head, but not his legs, suggesting they may be pants and not skin.
  • Most in the Graveyard — Homestar repeats his line from A Jumping Jack Contest.
  • A Death-Defying Decemberween — Homestar wears pants during his televised Decemberween special.
  • Hremail 2000 — A stylized close-up of Homestar's feet shows what might be leg hair where his pants would be.
  • April Fools' 2014 — Homestar wears blue pants during the shutdown song.
  • Fish Eye Lens — Homestar wears black pants as part of his old-timey Dixieland jazz band outfit.
  • I Killed Pom Pom — Strong Bad asks Homestar, who's wearing cut-off shorts as part of his Tobias Fünke costume, if the sight of Pom Pom's ghost makes him want to pee his pants.
  • Homestar Runner Goes for the Gold — Homestar reads the storybook cover as "The Homestar Runner and the Bathyscaphe", and subtitles it "A Lurid Tale of Underwater Intrigue and Underwater Pants".
  • Halloween Hijinks — Teenaged Homestar wears and is eventually "unshackled" from a pair of zig-zaggéd pants.

References to Homestar's Shoes

  • Everybody Knows It — The ending scene, where Homestar asks The Cheat, "I guess you'll go on back to putting dog food in my shoes, huh?" appears to disprove that he has soles glued to his feet.
  • New BootsThe Cheat's interpretation of Homestar portrays him wearing socks and separate shoes.
  • Homestar Ruiner — During the cutscene where Homestar Runner is trying to leave the locker room naked, he still has blue soles on the bottoms of his feet. However, Strong Bad steals Homestar's "shoes" that are clearly visible in the locker.
  • 8-Bit is Enough — When near the TROGDOR! machine, Homestar bends down, exclaiming "Whoops, my foot's untied."
  • Hremail 2000 — Homestar is able to take off and wear new "shoes", and the close-up of his feet and even the "sock-shoe layers" might be hints that he does in fact, wear shoes.
  • The House That Gave Sucky Tricks — One of the "scary shoes" that falls down is one that looks exactly like Homestar's.

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