The Movie Theater

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*A King Bubsgonzola movie ([[the movies]])
*A King Bubsgonzola movie ([[the movies]])
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]] ([[the movies]])
*[[Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective]] ([[the movies]])
*Forty-twan and Fourty-twan the pre-quel ([[the movies]])
*Women's Penitentiary Bakesale Nightmare ([[rated]])
*Women's Penitentiary Bakesale Nightmare ([[rated]])
*Fists of Knuckles 1-24 ([[rated]])
*Fists of Knuckles 1-24 ([[rated]])

Revision as of 00:15, 13 June 2010

"Cinema has never Luked so Wilson!"

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.

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 Lady Quackingstick watch a movie 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 bazookas be turned off before the film.

Pom Pom's independent film, city (comma) state, was played here.

This theater is the modern equivalent of The Old Movie Reel Room of the Old-Timey era.


"Good efening, Bontilda. Forty-twone will be on your lest."


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