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*This cartoon was originally shown at the [[Homestar Runner 20th Anniversary Show - 2 Sep 2016|Homestar Runner 20th Anniversary Show on September 2, 2016]], and again on [[Homestar Runner 20th Anniversary Show - 7 Oct 2016|October 7]]. This version adds extra scenes and an alternate ending.
*This cartoon was originally shown at the [[Homestar Runner 20th Anniversary Show - 2 Sep 2016|Homestar Runner 20th Anniversary Show on September 2, 2016]], and again on [[Homestar Runner 20th Anniversary Show - 7 Oct 2016|October 7]]. This version adds extra scenes and an alternate ending.
*Tweets from [[@StrongBadActual]] and the Easter egg from the [[Screenland - 24 Apr 2017|Cult Classics Redux episode of Screenland]] suggest that The Brothers Chaps had been working on this toon as early as July 18, a month and a half before it first premiered, and half a year before it was released on the website.
*Tweets from [[@StrongBadActual]] and the Easter egg from the [[Screenland - 24 Apr 2017|Cult Classics Redux episode of Screenland]] suggest that The Brothers Chaps had been working on this toon as early as July 18, a month and a half before it first premiered, and half a year before it was released on the website.
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*This is the first big toon since [[2 Part Episode: Part 2]] was released in June 2009, seven-and-a-half years earlier. This closes the biggest gap ever in between a type of toon at the time; it has since been surpassed by the [[Puppet Stuff]] toons [[Dangeresque: Puppet Squad]] and [[Decemberween Dangeresque]]; coincidentally, like this toon, the latter was released shortly before Christmas.
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*This is the first big toon since [[2-Part Episode: Part 2]] was released in June 2009, seven-and-a-half years earlier. This closes the biggest gap ever in between a type of toon at the time; it has since been surpassed by the [[Puppet Stuff]] toons [[Dangeresque: Puppet Squad]] and [[Decemberween Dangeresque]]; coincidentally, like this toon, the latter was released shortly before Christmas.
*The [[YouTube]] description for this toon is "Homestar and Strong Bad discover a long-lost Homestar Runner story. They read it. That's all."
*The [[YouTube]] description for this toon is "Homestar and Strong Bad discover a long-lost Homestar Runner story. They read it. That's all."

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