Zagnut Bars

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[[Image:Zagnut bar.PNG|thumb|"Aw, ZAG-nut!"]]
[[Image:Zagnut bar.PNG|thumb|"Aw, ZAG-nut!"]]
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'''{{wp|Zagnut}}''' candy bars have appeared several times in the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner body of work]]. It is interesting to note that, although Zagnut is one of the relatively few candy bars without any chocolate, toons regularly portray it as a chocolate-covered candy bar.
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'''{{w|Zagnut}}''' candy bars have appeared several times in the [[Homestar Runner (body of work)|Homestar Runner body of work]]. It is interesting to note that, although Zagnut is one of the relatively few candy bars without any chocolate, toons regularly portray it as a chocolate-covered candy bar.
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In several appearances, the Zagnut wrapper is obscured by a character's hand but can be identified by decompiling the Flash file.
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== Appearances ==
== Appearances ==
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*[[3 Times Halloween Funjob]]
*[[3 Times Halloween Funjob]]
**Zagnut, Swedish Fish, and [[Delicious "Bag"]] are the treat options for [[Bubs]] and [[Coach Z]].
**Zagnut, Swedish Fish, and [[Delicious "Bag"]] are the treat options for [[Bubs]] and [[Coach Z]].
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**In the [[Stinkoman]] Easter egg, set as an alternative to the previous choice, Zagnut reappears alongside [[Akira|an "Akira" jar]] or a [[prawn]]. Stinkoman will refuse "that kind of bar" because he is in training.
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**In the [[Stinkoman]] Easter egg, set as an alternative to the previous choice, Zagnut reappears alongside [[Akira|an "Akira" jar]] and a [[prawn]]. Stinkoman will refuse "that kind of bar" because he is in training.
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*Email [[kind of cool]] {{--}} [[Strong Bad]] guesses that [[Senor Cardgage]]'s [[Aldi Bag]] could be full of "melty" Zagnut bars. Cardgage is imagined loudly eating them while standing too close to [[Homestar Runner]] in line at [[Bubs' Concession Stand]].
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*Email [[kind of cool]]* {{--}} [[Strong Bad]] guesses that [[Senor Cardgage]]'s [[Aldi Bag]] could be full of "melty" candy bars. Cardgage is imagined loudly eating them while standing too close to [[Homestar Runner]] in line at [[Bubs' Concession Stand]].
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*Email [[flashback]] (Easter egg) {{--}} Senor Cardgage's melty Zagnut appears again.
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*Email [[flashback]]* (Easter egg) {{--}} Senor Cardgage is holding his melty candy bar during his scene.
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*Email [[rough copy]] {{--}} Strong Bad eats a Zagnut bar as a "settlement" between him and Malinko, remarking that it is "some good settlement". In an Easter egg, Senor Cardgage tells him not to "bogart that settlement".
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*Email [[rough copy]]* {{--}} Strong Bad eats a candy bar as a "settlement" between him and Malinko, remarking that it is "some good settlement". In an Easter egg, Senor Cardgage tells him not to "bogart that settlement".
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''*In these appearances, the Zagnut wrapper is obscured by a character's hand and can be identified by decompiling the Flash file.''
[[Category:Food and drinks]]
[[Category:Food and drinks]]

Current revision as of 13:50, 2 October 2021

"Aw, ZAG-nut!"

Zagnut candy bars have appeared several times in the Homestar Runner body of work. It is interesting to note that, although Zagnut is one of the relatively few candy bars without any chocolate, toons regularly portray it as a chocolate-covered candy bar.

[edit] Appearances

Melty-type

*In these appearances, the Zagnut wrapper is obscured by a character's hand and can be identified by decompiling the Flash file.

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