Weekly Fanstuff

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Revision as of 21:55, 1 December 2020

This article is about the weekly updated fanstuff which began on January 27, 2004. For the older fan material in the Museum, see Fan Stuff.
Weekly Fanstuff


Weekly Fanstuff is a collection of fan-submitted Homestar Runner projects and pictures. These are viewed by clicking on the F button at the top of the Main Pages, and were generally updated on Thursdays when Homestar Runner was more active. Here is a list of all the fanstuff appearances in 2020.

As of November 22, 2004, the image and text are no longer part of the Flash file.

Fanstuff could be sent to The Brothers Chaps at their email address, brotherschaps@homestarrunner.com; the fact that the email address is now closed suggests that Fanstuff has been entirely discontinued, as opposed to the other Weeklies, which are on hiatus.

Image Date Text Description
celebrating 5 YEARS of the homestar doorknocka 22 Oct 2014 celebrating 5 YEARS of the homestar doorknocka A picture of the Fanstuff submission from October 22, 2009, which was a door knocker designed to resemble Homestar Runner, with an added background. The "celebrating 5 years" refers to how long it had been since the Fanstuff's last update.

Fun Facts

  • Clicking the F button repeatedly while it is still loading causes the caption to move up the box. The more times it is clicked, the farther the text will move.
  • The longest hiatus between pop-up updates on record was exactly five years between October 22 of 2009 and 2014, with the longest overall hiatus being over five years since the latter date. During activity, the record was seven weeks between June 21 and August 9, 2007.

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