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'''MATT:''' Wow.
'''MATT:''' Wow.
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'''MIKE:''' That's not on the cartoon on the web site!
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'''MIKE:''' That's not on the cartoon on the web site.
'''MATT:''' Yeah.
'''MATT:''' Yeah.
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'''MIKE:''' Was that just in the file, Ryan? That you did, obviously?
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'''MIKE:''' Was that just in the file, Ryan? ''{unintelligible}''
'''RYAN:''' ''{laughing}''  I guess so.
'''RYAN:''' ''{laughing}''  I guess so.
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''{short pause}''
''{short pause}''
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'''RYAN:''' I added it. ''{Mike and Matt laugh}'' I thought it would, uh...
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'''RYAN:''' I added it. I thought it would, uh...
'''MATT:''' Well, 'cause originally it was gonna be in the cartoon, 'cause it was gonna be, like, "Oh, that's the glue stick they used to make the little cut-out lady."  Who is it a picture of?  Wasn't it... chopped up... one of the...
'''MATT:''' Well, 'cause originally it was gonna be in the cartoon, 'cause it was gonna be, like, "Oh, that's the glue stick they used to make the little cut-out lady."  Who is it a picture of?  Wasn't it... chopped up... one of the...
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''{pause, with intermittent laughter as the conversation between So and So and her customer continues}''
''{pause, with intermittent laughter as the conversation between So and So and her customer continues}''
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'''MIKE:''' This guy has problems, he's got some foldy{{--}} a foldy gut there.
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'''MIKE:''' This guy has problems, he's got some foldy— a foldy gut there.
'''RYAN:''' And some chest hair, I might add.
'''RYAN:''' And some chest hair, I might add.
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'''RYAN:''' I like it.
'''RYAN:''' I like it.
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'''MATT:''' One time, uh, in college we took that movie, ''The Devil's Advocate'', and made our own commentary track.  And my friend An{{--}}
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'''MATT:''' One time, uh, in college we took that movie, ''The Devil's Advocate'', and made our own commentary track.  And my friend An—
'''MIKE:''' For the whole movie?
'''MIKE:''' For the whole movie?
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'''MATT:''' Yeah.  And my friend Andrew was Al Pacino, and he kept calling Ca{{--}}, uh, Keanu "Canoe" and kept being, like, ''{Al Pacino impression}'' "You're amazing, Canoe!"
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'''MATT:''' Yeah.  And my friend Andrew was Al Pacino, and he kept calling Ca—, uh, Keanu "Canoe" and kept being, like, "You're amazing, Canoe!"
''{Mike and Ryan laugh}''
''{Mike and Ryan laugh}''
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'''MATT:''' Yeah.
'''MATT:''' Yeah.
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'''MATT:''' ''{reacting to Sci-Fi Greg removing his shirt}''  Oh!  Oh!  ''{pause}''  He reminds me there, when he's sort of being, uh... trying to be a "playa" of that, uh... the kid from ''Freaks and Geeks'', the, like...
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'''MATT:''' ''{reacting to Sci-Fi Greg removing his shirt}''  Oh!  Oh!  ''{pause}''  He reminds me there, when he's sort of being, uh... trying to be a "playa" of that, uh... the kid from Freaks and Geeks, the, like...
'''MIKE:''' Yeah.
'''MIKE:''' Yeah.
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'''MATT:''' ...the nerdy friend, that's, like{{--}} but he's always{{--}} he's, like{{--}}
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'''MATT:''' ...the nerdy friend, that's, like— but he's always— he's, like—
'''MIKE:''' He's got a girlfriend.
'''MIKE:''' He's got a girlfriend.
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'''MIKE:''' ''{over Matt's previous line}''  Yeah, he is.
'''MIKE:''' ''{over Matt's previous line}''  Yeah, he is.
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'''MATT:''' He reminds me of the robotic Richard Simmons...
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'''MATT:''' He reminds me of the robotic Richard Simpsons...
'''MIKE:''' Yeah.
'''MIKE:''' Yeah.
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'''MATT:''' Staple it down!
'''MATT:''' Staple it down!
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'''MIKE:''' ''{faux-serious voice}'' This is another reference to staple.
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'''MIKE:''' This is another reference to staple.
'''MATT:''' Yep.  Staples.  Staple sauce.  Stapled down.  That guy is creepy.  ''{laughing}''  He's the Unknown Comic, in a Speedo.
'''MATT:''' Yep.  Staples.  Staple sauce.  Stapled down.  That guy is creepy.  ''{laughing}''  He's the Unknown Comic, in a Speedo.
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''{pause}''
''{pause}''
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'''MIKE:''' She is{{--}}
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'''MIKE:''' She is—
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'''MATT:''' ''{laughing}''  She's got a five o'clock shadow! This is rough!
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'''MATT:''' ''{laughing}''  She's got a five o'clock shadow. This is rough!
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'''RYAN:''' It'll do{{--}}
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'''RYAN:''' It'll do—
'''MATT:''' ''{laughing}''  Prison'll do that to a young lady.
'''MATT:''' ''{laughing}''  Prison'll do that to a young lady.
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===Fun Facts===
===Fun Facts===
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*Matt mentions that the first ten Teen Girl Squad Issues had previously been released on an earlier Everything Else DVD. All ten were released on [[Everything Else, Volume One|the first volume]]; five of the issues (3, 4, 7, 8, and 10) had commentary.
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*''[[Wikipedia:Freaks and Geeks|Freaks and Geeks]]'' was a comedy series that ran for twelve episodes from 1999-2000. The character to whom they are referring is likely Harris Trinsky.
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*{{wp|Vacation bible school}}, or VBS, is a type of religious education for children. A typical VBS is a week-long event held by a church during the summer months for elementary-age children (who are on summer vacation, hence the title).
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*The Robotic Richard Simmons appeared in a deleted scene from [[Wikipedia:Burns' Heir|Burns' Heir]] that made its public debut in [[Wikipedia:The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular|The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular]].
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*"The Olsens" refers to twin celebrities {{wp|Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen}}. Obviously, neither are named Britney.
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*"Staple Sauce" originated in [[Teen Girl Squad Issue 9]].
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*''[[Wikipedia:The Devil's Advocate (1997 film)|The Devil's Advocate]]'' is a supernatural horror movie starring {{wp|Keanu Reeves}} and {{wp|Al Pacino}}. In the movie, an unusually successful young lawyer (Reeves) comes to realize the owner of his firm (Pacino) is the Devil.
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*[[Wikipedia:The Unknown Comic|The Unknown Comic]] was a Canadian comedian (and regular on [[Wikipedia:The Gong Show|The Gong Show]]) who performed with a paper bag on his head.
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*Mike's comment about the Gregs getting their own spin-off show would be fulfilled in [[4 Gregs]].
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*Matt mentions that the first ten Teen Girl Squad Issues had previously been released on an earlier Everything Else DVD. They specifically were released on [[Everything Else, Volume One|the first volume]]. All ten issues were in place, since there were only ten by the time the DVD was released. Five of the issues had commentary.
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*''{{wp|Freaks and Geeks}}'' was a comedy series that ran for twelve episodes from 1999-2000. The character to whom they are referring is likely Harris Trinsky.
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*''[[Wikipedia:The Devil's Advocate (film)|The Devil's Advocate]]'' was a thriller/horror movie starring [[Wikipedia:Al Pacino|Al Pacino]] and [[Wikipedia:Keanu Reeves|Keanu Reeves]].
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*The robotic Richard Simmons appeared in a deleted scene from [[Wikipedia:Burns' Heir|"Burns' Heir"]] that made its public debut in [[Wikipedia:The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular|"The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular"]].
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**Pacino is an American Academy Award-, Golden Globe-, Tony-, BAFTA-, Emmy- and SAG award-winning film and stage actor and director, widely considered to be one of the greatest and most influential actors of all time. He is likely best remembered for his work in, among many others, ''[[Wikipedia:The Godfather|The Godfather]]'' series of films, in which he played [[Wikipedia:Michael Corleone|Michael Corleone]].
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*Mike's remark "This is another reference to staple" is likely a good-natured poke at the [[Homestar Runner Wiki]].
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**Reeves is an American/Canadian actor, best known for his roles as [[Wikipedia:Neo (The Matrix)|Neo]] in ''[[Wikipedia:The Matrix|The Matrix]]'' series of films, as well as Ted Logan in both ''[[Wikipedia:Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure|Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure]]'' and ''[[Wikipedia:Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey|Bill and Ted's Bogus Journey]]''.
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**"Staple Sauce" originated in [[Teen Girl Squad Issue 9]].
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*Mike's comment about the Gregs getting their own spin-off show is fulfilled in [[4 Gregs]].
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*[[Wikipedia:The Unknown Comic|The Unknown Comic]] was a Canadian comedian (and regular on ''{{wp|The Gong Show}}'') who performed with a paper bag on his head.
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*Mike's remark "This is another reference to staple." is likely a good-natured poke at the Homestar Runner Wiki.
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