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==Appearances==
==Appearances==
*[[Hairstyle Runner]] — Three heads in the gallery are titled "smartass" (a swear in and of itself), "mother frig" (substitute for "mother fuck"), and "bad motivator finger" (referring to the middle finger).
*[[Hairstyle Runner]] — Three heads in the gallery are titled "smartass" (a swear in and of itself), "mother frig" (substitute for "mother fuck"), and "bad motivator finger" (referring to the middle finger).
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**This is most likely also a reference to the '90s grunge band [[Wikipedia:Soundgarden|Soundgarden]]'s third album, [[Wikipedia:Badmotorfinger|Badmotorfinger]], as well as the "bad motivator" possessed by R5D4 in the [[wikipedia:Star Wars (film)|first ''Star Wars'' film]].
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**This is most likely also a reference to the '90s grunge band [[Wikipedia:Soundgarden|Soundgarden]]'s third album, [[Wikipedia:Badmotorfinger|Badmotorfinger]], as well as the "bad motivator" possessed by R5D4 in Star Wars a new hope.
*[[Old Characters Page]] — [[Bubs]]'s description says that he makes "a helluva sno-cone".
*[[Old Characters Page]] — [[Bubs]]'s description says that he makes "a helluva sno-cone".
*[[Second Games Menu|Second]] and [[Third Games Menu]] — The titlebar for both pages reads, in part, "for the whole damn family!". Also, on the Second Games Menu, the description for the [[Homestar Talker]] reads, "Homestar says the darndest things. You want to make him swear don't you? Shame on you. Call your mother."
*[[Second Games Menu|Second]] and [[Third Games Menu]] — The titlebar for both pages reads, in part, "for the whole damn family!". Also, on the Second Games Menu, the description for the [[Homestar Talker]] reads, "Homestar says the darndest things. You want to make him swear don't you? Shame on you. Call your mother."
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**Similarly, in [[Homestar Ruiner]], the Nuisance Trophy's figurine is a bunch of symbols like in Kid Speedy.
**Similarly, in [[Homestar Ruiner]], the Nuisance Trophy's figurine is a bunch of symbols like in Kid Speedy.
*[[Strongest Man in the World]] — After a very angry string of bubbles from [[Pom Pom]], a shocked Homestar asks him to "tone down the language".
*[[Strongest Man in the World]] — After a very angry string of bubbles from [[Pom Pom]], a shocked Homestar asks him to "tone down the language".
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**In the [[Strongest Man in the World#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]], [[The Brothers Chaps]] speculate on what Pom Pom said and whether he "dropped an F-bomb". They decide he "definitely dropped an S-bomb".
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**In the [[Strongest Man in the World#Commentary Transcript|DVD commentary]], the Brothers Chaps speculate on what Pom Pom said and whether he "dropped an F-bomb". They decide he "definitely dropped an S-bomb".
*Email [[4 branches]] — When Strong Bad tries to free Homestar from the water cooler, Homestar says, "Stop! Sweet genius, that hurt!" This is a substitution for the phrase "sweet Jesus".
*Email [[4 branches]] — When Strong Bad tries to free Homestar from the water cooler, Homestar says, "Stop! Sweet genius, that hurt!" This is a substitution for the phrase "sweet Jesus".
*[[Sbemail 169 Deleted Scene]] — The abbreviation "WTPF" (What the pfargtl?) is used as a substitute for the abbreviation "WTF" (What the fuck?).
*[[Sbemail 169 Deleted Scene]] — The abbreviation "WTPF" (What the pfargtl?) is used as a substitute for the abbreviation "WTF" (What the fuck?).
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*Email [[too cool]] — [[Senor Cardgage]]'s air freshener is labeled "Smellz Yeah!", a play on the phrase "Hells Yeah", and by extension "Hell Yeah".
*Email [[too cool]] — [[Senor Cardgage]]'s air freshener is labeled "Smellz Yeah!", a play on the phrase "Hells Yeah", and by extension "Hell Yeah".
*[[Skills of an Artist LIVE!!]] — In reference to the live format, Strong Bad says "maybe [he'll] accidentally swear a cuss!"
*[[Skills of an Artist LIVE!!]] — In reference to the live format, Strong Bad says "maybe [he'll] accidentally swear a cuss!"
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*[[Trogdor!! The Board Game]] —
 
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**According to the Kickstarter page, [[Trogdor!! The Board Game Website|webpage]], [[@StrongBadActual|social media]], and other platforms, The Brothers Chaps are working with "Cheapass Games".
 
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**The [[Boardelectrix]] [[board game]] "[[Don't Make Daddy P.O.'d]]" (short for "pissed off") is mentioned on the Kickstarter page and in some videos.
 
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