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Boring Email!

Guys, I gotta level with ya. This is probably...the most boring email rap I have ever heard. No cool rhymes, songs, headbanging, or even silly ditty. Nothin' but "I am going to check my email." Probably on purpose. But I wanted to point it out. --Bellatrix 21:58, 1 Dec 2004 (MST)

This is also the only case where Strong Bad has no unique email opening line.

Bell vs. Belle

It says in da transcript that Homestar says "I'm a belle", but I always thought that he was saying "I'm a BELL". You know, cuz he's too dumb to know what the term belle of the ball means, so he just thought Strong Bad was talkin' 'bout a bell as in "ding dong". Any thoughts? -I don't feel like typing my name I mean oh wait typing this took longer anyway, bye.

Yeah, uh, random conjecture is bad. There's no reason whatsoever to believe that Homestar is saying "bell" over "belle" - none - so we should keep it consistent with what Strong Bad CLEARLY said. --Jay 18:00, 16 Apr 2005 (UTC)
Since there aren't any captions to go by, I would say there isn't much reason to believe Homestar said "bell" instead of "belle," but I thought that was the joke. I think it's worth debating (on the off chance anyone still visits this talk page besides me). --~That Guy Over There (User talk:That Guy Over There) 17:49, 2 June 2007 (UTC)
Above all, the homestarrunner website intends to be funny. Homestar saying "I'm a belle" has no significance and is not funny. Homestar saying "I'm a bell" is much more fitting with both his character and the Chapmans' sense of humor. I'm changing it until it's adressed again. -anonymous contributor
I think it's "Bell" also. — Defender1031*Talk 18:12, 8 August 2007 (UTC)

Costume or Not?

It lists this as a costume for Homestar, but Strong Bad says that the final step is to "Get your mom to make you a Strong Bad costume", so should that be removed from the Other Costumes page?


The Email Song in this email shoulda been used for the first email.


Most of the costume made some sense, but the only part I didn't get was the twine. Can anyway make any sort of sense from that? — Scalawag 22:19, 30 January 2007 (UTC)

Uh...more frames...?

I was just going through all the sbemails in order (so the "story" will be clearer/because there haven't been any updates for almost 2 weeks now) with the All-in-One H*R Greasemonkey script. When the email was over, I noticed the frame count said "910/916" so I checked here to see if that was an Easter egg. I didn't find anything, so I just checked it out for myself. Turns out the last 6 frames are just white. They're completely inaccessible except by use of a seek bar. Has anyone else found this as well? --Gawaxay 22:12, 1 July 2008 (UTC)

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