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*At 31:09, this is not only the [[Toons by Length|longest toon on the site]], but it's nearly four times as long as the next-longest, [[I Killed Pom Pom]], and twice as long as the review/instructional video [[Six-Sadded, Die]].
*At 31:09, this is not only the [[Toons by Length|longest toon on the site]], but it's nearly four times as long as the next-longest, [[I Killed Pom Pom]], and twice as long as the review/instructional video [[Six-Sadded, Die]].
*This is the second known time that [[The Poopsmith]] has broken his vow of silence, and the first time he has had spoken dialogue. [[Wikipedia:John Linnell|John Linnell]] of [[They Might Be Giants]] reprised his role as the voice of The Poopsmith from [[email thunder]].
*This is the second known time that [[The Poopsmith]] has broken his vow of silence, and the first time he has had spoken dialogue. [[Wikipedia:John Linnell|John Linnell]] of [[They Might Be Giants]] reprised his role as the voice of The Poopsmith from [[email thunder]].
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*The [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 16.2|previous Answering Machine]] was released more than 7 years earlier on March 2, 2009, explaining the answering machine's poor condition. This closes what was then the biggest gap ever in between a type of toon with a duration of 2,587 days; it has since been surpassed by the seven-and-a-half-year gap between the big toons [[2 Part Episode: Part 2]] and [[Homestar Runner Goes For the Gold]].
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*The [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 16.2|previous Answering Machine]] was released more than 7 years earlier on March 2, 2009, explaining the answering machine's poor condition. This closes what was then the biggest gap ever in between a type of toon with a duration of 2,587 days; it has since been surpassed by the seven-and-a-half-year gap between the big toons [[2-Part Episode: Part 2]] and [[Homestar Runner Goes for the Gold]].
*This is the first [[Marzipan's Answering Machine]] to show a location other than Marzipan's house outside of an Easter egg.
*This is the first [[Marzipan's Answering Machine]] to show a location other than Marzipan's house outside of an Easter egg.
*This toon surpassed [[Teen Girl Squad Issue 10]] as the toon with the most [[characters]] in it to date at thirty-seven. However, Teen Girl Squad Issue 10 remains the toon with the largest number of characters that appear on-screen.
*This toon surpassed [[Teen Girl Squad Issue 10]] as the toon with the most [[characters]] in it to date at thirty-seven. However, Teen Girl Squad Issue 10 remains the toon with the largest number of characters that appear on-screen.

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