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(Let's fill this one out. And there's probably room for everything in the Discount Flashback Warehouse if you can find it.)
(Old-Timey cartoons.)
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==Examples==
==Examples==
*Email [[sb_email 22]] — This email was released after [[vacation]], the 40th Strong Bad Email.
*Email [[sb_email 22]] — This email was released after [[vacation]], the 40th Strong Bad Email.
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*Email [[flashback]] — [[Strong Bad]] pulls out a storybook detailing how he and [[Homestar Runner] first met.
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*Email [[flashback]] — [[Strong Bad]] pulls out a storybook detailing how he and [[Homestar Runner]] first met.
*[[Homestar Runner Gets Something Stuck In His Craw]] — Strong Bad reads another storybook, this time regarding the origin of Homestar Runner's signature red shirt.
*[[Homestar Runner Gets Something Stuck In His Craw]] — Strong Bad reads another storybook, this time regarding the origin of Homestar Runner's signature red shirt.
*Email [[lady-ing]] — Remarking that the email he received that day closely resembles one from his past, Strong Bad plays a laserdisc showing him answering that email in the style of [[Marshmallow's Last Stand]].
*Email [[lady-ing]] — Remarking that the email he received that day closely resembles one from his past, Strong Bad plays a laserdisc showing him answering that email in the style of [[Marshmallow's Last Stand]].
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*Email [[imaginary]] — Strong Bad relates a story from his childhood about his fight with [[Strong Sad]] and his imaginary friend.
*Email [[imaginary]] — Strong Bad relates a story from his childhood about his fight with [[Strong Sad]] and his imaginary friend.
*[[Homestar Runner Goes For The Gold]] — Though long rejected, Homestar and Strong Bad pull this story out of the shed to discover what would have happened if it were released back then.
*[[Homestar Runner Goes For The Gold]] — Though long rejected, Homestar and Strong Bad pull this story out of the shed to discover what would have happened if it were released back then.
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==See Also==
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*[[Old-Timey]]

Revision as of 23:14, 22 April 2019

Although most cartoons are set during the time they are released, some cartoons are meant to be set well before the date they were made.

Examples

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