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Contrast Dial

Why did TBC not make the contrast dial work on the compy 386 in this toon? -No_Loafing

Strong Bad Email?

Hey, how come everybody in the world thinks this is an actual Strong Bad Email? - Kilroy

Huh? Who thinks that? We certainly don't here on the Wiki. It isn't a subpage of Strong Bad Email and it is listed on the Toons page. The only reason it appears on the Strong Bad Email page is for continuity. Who else in the "world" thinks that it is an actual Strong Bad Email? -- Tom
I thought that since it was on the Strong Bad Email page I assumed that everybody on the wiki thought it was an email. Now I understand. Thanks. -Kilroy

Homestar's Expenses

Under Homestar's Expenses: "It comes out to $8727.07." This isn't on the sheet in the Easter Egg. If this is included, the 'Monthly' protection fees probably should be added in 12 times each, right? 06:17, 24 Feb 2005 (MST)

It looks like someone just simply added the numbers together. Your idea sounds good, we'd just need to make sure that it is labeled as a yearly total. -- Tom 10:15, 24 Feb 2005 (MST)

The Cheat

Is this the only time we see his back? I don't remember seeing it in other toons... --DMurphy 03:43, 3 May 2005 (UTC)

Nope, what 'bout Strong Bad Sings? Or any time The Cheat is at his computer showing SB his work?

Legal page

When Homestar says "Bo-ring!" it sounds exactly like it does on the Legal Page.

I once added something similar to this except it was for a sweetie cuppin' cakes episode and it was a sound off bronco trolleys, but the fact got delted, so why is this here? --Sultn 04:45, 7 Aug 2005 (UTC)

Doesn't anyone care?--Sultn 23:57, 10 Aug 2005 (UTC)

That's it I'm deleting it. If you guys bring it back then I'm putting back my fact. Sultn 00:48, 13 Aug 2005 (UTC)


when the cheat slaps the machine and it says "trogdor", could it be a reference to arthur fonzirelli, the character from happy days who could slap a jukebox and make it play music? --ik.cybi?

Ehhhh.... See, this is a good example of why, even before I was active in the Wiki, I used to read the Talk and Stuff pages. Something like that would never in a million years make it onto the front page, as a fact, but it's good to find out about if you didn't know. Whether it was a coincidence or not, it piques your curiosity. --notstrongorbad 05:59, 4 Oct 2005 (UTC)
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