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'''Prance''' is also a kind of skipping dance that [[Strong Bad]] accuses Homestar of doing.
'''Prance''' is also a kind of skipping dance that Homestar does multiple times in the [[Homestar Runner (Flash cartoon)|Homestar Runner Universe]].
[[Image:tistrue.PNG|thumb|left|Homestar's all prancey now]]
[[Image:tistrue.PNG|thumb|left|Homestar's all prancey now]]

Revision as of 16:56, 25 February 2006

Far off indeed

Prance is a far off land. To find The Yello Dello, the team of Homestar Runner, Pom Pom and Strong Sad had to travel through it. It is also the known country of origin of the game Hairstyle Runner.


Prance is also a kind of skipping dance that Homestar does multiple times in the Homestar Runner Universe.

Homestar's all prancey now


  • Email sb_email 22 - The Guardian is England's "pranciest" newspaper.
  • Email flashback - "Prancibald over here said this egg belongs to him, when I found it first."
  • Email haircut - Strong Mad wants Strong Bad to make a cardboard box dance and prance.
  • The Interview - Strong Bad wants to know if Homestar enjoys prancing around like an idiot (and he does). Strong Bad also says that he watched Homestar "prance by" several times.
  • The King of Town DVD - In the commentary, Strong Bad calls Homestar "Mr. Prancey-Time".
  • Tis True, Pom Pom, Tis True - The narration at the end describes Homestar as "All prancey".
  • Peasant's Quest - Asking Mendelev and Dongolev about "fire" prompts them to mock Rather Dashing's vacation to "some prancey lake".
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