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'''The Movie Theater''' is where movies are watched, sometimes by force. [[Pom Pom]] and [[Homestar Runner]] brought [[Coach Z]] here to watch a movie about the word "job" in the toon [[A Jorb Well Done]]. [[Tom Servo]] from ''[[Mystery Science Theater 3000]]'' is silhouetted in this scene.
'''The Movie Theater''' is where movies are watched, sometimes by force. [[Pom Pom]] and [[Homestar Runner]] brought [[Coach Z]] here to watch a movie about the word "job" in the toon [[A Jorb Well Done]]. [[Tom Servo]] from ''[[Mystery Science Theater 3000]]'' is silhouetted in this scene.
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This is a popular date destination, as seen in the email [[montage]], where [[Strong Bad]] and the [[Wagon Fulla Pancakes]] enjoy a film together, and when Bubs and [[Lord Quackingstick|Lady Quackingstick]] watch a movie [[Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 15.2|together]].
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This is a popular date destination as seen in the email [[montage]], where [[Strong Bad]] and the [[Wagon Fulla Pancakes]] enjoy a film together.
The movie theater is featured prominently in [[the movies]]. Here, it is revealed that [[Senor Cardgage]] has a job as the ticket-taker. Strong Bad also describes the different types of people who attend the movies: the "genius who can't resist answering the oh-so-challenging film trivia slides they show before the movie" (Coach Z); the "guy who insists on rattling off the complete filmographies of each of the actors" ([[Strong Sad]]); the "guy sitting next to you munching popcorn" ([[The Cheat]]); the person who "regularly sneak[s] in their own all-you-can-eat fajitas" ([[The King of Town]]); and the "little girl behind [him] who wouldn't shut up" (Homestar Runner). Here, it is also revealed that the theater requests that all [[Strong Bad's Bazooka|bazookas]] be turned off before the film.
The movie theater is featured prominently in [[the movies]]. Here, it is revealed that [[Senor Cardgage]] has a job as the ticket-taker. Strong Bad also describes the different types of people who attend the movies: the "genius who can't resist answering the oh-so-challenging film trivia slides they show before the movie" (Coach Z); the "guy who insists on rattling off the complete filmographies of each of the actors" ([[Strong Sad]]); the "guy sitting next to you munching popcorn" ([[The Cheat]]); the person who "regularly sneak[s] in their own all-you-can-eat fajitas" ([[The King of Town]]); and the "little girl behind [him] who wouldn't shut up" (Homestar Runner). Here, it is also revealed that the theater requests that all [[Strong Bad's Bazooka|bazookas]] be turned off before the film.

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