Odd Marriages

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Many characters in [[Free Country, USA]] appear to have married [[Items|inanimate objects]], animals, or other odd things. Whether they are actually married is usually uncertain.
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[[Image:Man_And_Pleasant_Odor.png|thumb|"I now pronounce you man and pleasant odor."]]
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Many characters in [[Free Country, USA]] appear to have '''married [[Items|inanimate objects]], animals, or other odd things'''. Whether they are actually married is usually uncertain.
== Appearances ==
== Appearances ==
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*Email [[secret recipes]] — Tucksworth tells [[Caleb Rentpayer]] that he can't marry his guitar. Caleb says he can try.
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*[[Happy Fireworks]] — [[Coach Z]] tries to tell [[Bubs]] that he married an M-300 class firework.
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*[[The King of Town's Very Own Quite Popular Cartoon Show!!]] — [[The Poopsmith]] tries to marry a batch of roses, but when he tries to kiss them, they wilt suddenly.
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*Email [[the paper#DVD Version|the paper]] — In the DVD commentary, [[Strong Bad]] says that [[The Paper]]'s return in [[email thunder]] was a "sham marriage". What the marriage was to is unknown.
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*[[Trogday 08]] — Coach Z says that [[Wormdingler]] doesn't need any consummate V's to be his bride. He then displays great shame at saying this aloud.
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*[[Play Date]] — [[The King of Town]] celebrates his 50th anniversary with [[Brunswick Stew]], calling it "the dollop of sour cream year".
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*[[Homestar Ruiner]] — The King of Town ends up trapped in a loveless marriage to the queen of the mole people.
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*[[Strong Bad Classics!]] — In the original version of the book, the Porridge Maiden asks a string of eligible bachelors to marry her, but each of them claims to be married to his job, and in the end the Porridge Maiden ends up marrying Death. In Strong Bad's version of the story, the Lum Swooper is married to a lamp.
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*[[Later That Night...]] — Homestar mentions that the characters had attended "the delightful wedding of [[The Goblin]] and the [[Jibblies Painting]]".
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*[[Haunted Photo Booth]] — Jaundiced Jerry and Stabby Gabby, two urban legend-type monsters Strong Bad summons for photographs, are wed by the Rocoulm in the [[Jibblies Painting]] in an Easter egg at the end.
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* [[Trogday 08]] - [[Coach Z]] says that [[Wormdingler]] doesn't need any consummate V's to be his bride.  He then displays great shame at saying this aloud.
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* [[Play Date]] - [[The King of Town]] celebrates his 50th anniversary with [[Brunswick Stew]], calling it "the dallop of sour cream year."
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* [[the paper#DVD Version|the paper]] - in the DVD Commentary, Strong Bad says that The Paper's return in [[E-mail Thunder]] was a "sham marriage."  What the marriage was to is unknown.
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* [[Homestar Ruiner]] - The King of Town ends up trapped in a loveless marriage to the queen of the mole people.
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Current revision as of 21:18, 9 July 2018

"I now pronounce you man and pleasant odor."

Many characters in Free Country, USA appear to have married inanimate objects, animals, or other odd things. Whether they are actually married is usually uncertain.

[edit] Appearances

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