Intros Relevant to the Email

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There are instances when the intro to Strong Bad's email is relevant or reused later in the same email.

Appearances

  • Email dullard — Strong Bad says "Mmmmm... fresh emails" at the beginning, and "Mmmmm... Hot Pockets" at the end.
  • Email action figure — The tune Strong Bad sings at the beginning is used for the action figures' theme, and is reused in several later toons.
  • Email personal favorites — A heavy metal tune plays during Strong Bad's intro. At the end, Strong Bad tries to find the key that caused it. The viewer can make the song play again by pressing the 'Q' key on their keyboard.
  • Email couch patch — Strong Bad tries to print out a million dollar bill three times and fails in the intro. In an Easter egg at the end of the email, the viewer can print out a million dollar bill.
  • Email video games — Strong Bad describes email as being like a prison. While reading the email, he misinterprets the sender's state of "AZ" as "Alcatraz", a famous former prison.
  • Email the bet — Strong Bad says the phrase "Big money, big money" in his intro. This phrase is often used in casinos or game shows, and the email is about a bet.
  • Email different town — The intro is a reference to They Might Be Giants, who helped make the "Different Town" song featured in the email.
  • Email dangeresque 3 — Strong Bad sings about an email with a gun in its hand; later on, while playing as Dangeresque, he is holding a gun.
  • Email pom pom — Strong Bad says he gambles with emails in the intro, and at the end, an Easter egg shows Strong Bad playing poker with cards that use the names of previous emailers.
  • Email other days — Strong Bad sings about an email in his pocket starting to melt when checking his email, again when checking his snail mail, and a third time when checking his Polish email.
  • Email pizzaz — Strong Bad sings a wild western-style intro. In an Easter egg at the end of the email, there is an animated title screen complete with a theme song based on the email intro.
  • Email bottom 10 — Strong Bad sings that this email is making fun of you, before pulling up an email that makes fun of him.
  • Email theme song — Strong Bad sings his opening song at the end of the email while discussing theme songs.
  • Email what i want — In this Decemberween-themed email, Strong Bad sings a part of the Jingle Bells rendition played by Casio Head Strong Bad in Decemberween Sweet Cuppin' Cakes.
  • Email from work — Strong Bad opens this email whispering about checking his email quietly, as he is at work.
  • Email hygiene — Strong Bad sings about checking an email and then telling "some kid he's a dork". He immediately checks an email sent by a fifth grader, and proceeds to imply that the sender "has no friends and sits in the front row [at school]".
  • SBCG4AP Advertisement — In a toon advertising Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, following a disclaimer about how it's "well paid for" and "NOT a really funny cartoon", Strong Bad sings about how checking emails for money isn't funny.
  • Email email thunderThe Poopsmith breaks his vow of silence to sing the intro for Strong Bad's 200th email. According to an Easter egg at the end, the "legends" fortold he would do so every 200 sbemails.
  • Strong Badia the Free — Strong Bad sings a variation of a military marching tune before checking "Roy T."'s email. Later on, Strong Bad declares war on the King of Town, eventually working with the Homestarmy to launch an attack on the king's castle.
  • Email hremail 3184 — The email begins with Strong Bad attacking Homestar Runner with gardening tools, including a rake. When Strong Bad checks his inbox, one of the emails waiting for him is from Homestar, with the subject "Thanks for loaning me your rake".
  • Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective — During the intros, Strong Bad continues to act in character as Dangeresque. One of the intros also references The Theme from Dangeresque II.
  • 8-Bit is Enough — During the video-game-centered episode, Strong Bad may mention making it to "Stage Two: emails" or having an "email boss fight" before checking emails.
  • Email imaginary — While preparing to check his email on the Corpy NT6 at home, Strong Bad sings about how checking emails on one's work computer ruins them both.
  • Email sbemail 206 — Strong Bad compares emails to Hot Pockets while using his Econowave 4761-V microwave. At the end, as he prepares to check emails on his new Lappier, Strong Bad sings that he checks emails on computers.
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