Jam

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m (catjaz, it was a stub for a reason. i didn't forget, i just wanted to start the page quickly.)
m (he wasn't using the washboard to make jam, he was jamming with it. he can play a meeeeean washboard.)
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**Likewise, [[Ballad of the Sneak]] is the "#1 Summer Jam from 1936."
**Likewise, [[Ballad of the Sneak]] is the "#1 Summer Jam from 1936."
*[[Everybody Knows It]] — [[Puppet Homestar]] tells [[The Cheat]] to "Mash play on that [[Jam Box|jambox]]." The Jam Box then reappears in several other [[toons]].
*[[Everybody Knows It]] — [[Puppet Homestar]] tells [[The Cheat]] to "Mash play on that [[Jam Box|jambox]]." The Jam Box then reappears in several other [[toons]].
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*[[Strong Sad's Lament]] — Strong Sad states that he'll take his washboard and jam with Francis Scott Key instead.
*[[Puppet Homestar]] recorded a series of songs with [[They Might Be Giants]], collectively titled "[[Puppet Jam]]".
*[[Puppet Homestar]] recorded a series of songs with [[They Might Be Giants]], collectively titled "[[Puppet Jam]]".
*Email [[cheatday]] — [[Bubs]] tries to cut demos for two of [[Strong Bad]]'s songs, the latter of which he calls a good jam.
*Email [[cheatday]] — [[Bubs]] tries to cut demos for two of [[Strong Bad]]'s songs, the latter of which he calls a good jam.
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*[[The Interview]] — [[Homestar]]'s résumé is actually a grocery list, which includes jam.
*[[The Interview]] — [[Homestar]]'s résumé is actually a grocery list, which includes jam.
*Email [[50 emails]] — [[Old-Timey Strong Bad]] commands [[The Sneak]] to steal fresh jam for him.
*Email [[50 emails]] — [[Old-Timey Strong Bad]] commands [[The Sneak]] to steal fresh jam for him.
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*[[Strong Sad's Lament]] — Strong Sad states that he'll take his washboard and jam with Francis Scott Key instead.
 
==Other==
==Other==

Revision as of 18:14, 20 April 2016

Jam is often referred to in the Homestar Runner universe. Besides being a fruit preserve, "jam" is most often used by The Brothers Chaps to refer to a song, especially a "number one jam".

As Music

As A Fruit Preserve

Other

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