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Strong Sad gets cake'd

Strong Bad Email #70

Somebody asks Strong Bad why he is so mean to the guy with the big white face and grey body.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Strong Sad, The Poopsmith



STRONG BAD: Hoo! Cha! Cheritiza! Hooritajuzu-duh-email!


Dear Strong Bad,

Why are you so mean to the guy with
the big white face and gray body?

Jen C from Millbrae, CA

STRONG BAD: {typing} Big, white face and gray body?!? Who is she talking about? Hang on a second. {types run "M4RZ1P4N"} Is she talking about Marzipan? {Marzipan's picture shows up on his computer} No, her head is...more like a baseball bat. {types run "bu-hubs"} Maybe Bubs? No. Bubs is definitely of the blue-headed persuasion. {types run "undabite"} Homestar's got the white head, but...his body's just kinda that red skirt. {types run "no-neck"} Strong Mad doesn't really have a head or a body. {types run "dacheese"} The Cheat's physiology just plain baffles me. {types run "mr.smith"} Um, the Poopsmith? Oh, the Poopsmith! Why would she think he has a gray body? Maybe her monitor isn't calibrated right. Or maybe she's like...on one of those old black and white monitors. {types run "b/w", it converts his monitor to an old Macintosh layout} That's it! {tabs out of the Macintosh layout, starts typing} Yeah, maybe I am a little hard on that guy. I should do something nice for him.

{Strong Bad gets up, Strong Sad walks past}

STRONG SAD: Just on my way to do some stuff--oh! What's this say? {reads the email, mumbling} Finally! My come-uppance has arrived! I should go wait somewhere inconspicuous and act none the wiser. {The cartoon changes so it looks like we're on the Macintosh setup with the caption "A little while later..." We see Strong Sad standing out in the field.} Oh, nothing, nothing... {Strong Bad starts walking past him with a cake behind his back} Oh, hey, Strong Bad!

STRONG BAD: Hey, wiggity-wiener.

STRONG SAD: Did you have something you wanted to tell me?

STRONG BAD:'re the wiggity-wiener?

STRONG SAD: No, not that. What are you holding behind your back?

STRONG BAD: Ummm...a single deuce? Doosh? {flips him the single deuce}

STRONG SAD: No, your other back!

STRONG BAD: Uhhh...cake for the Poopsmith? Doosh? {throws the cake in Strong Sad's face} Aww, look what you made me do! Now I gotta make the Cheat make me another cake. {walks off}

STRONG SAD: I wish I could say that this is the first time this has happened to me. Today.

{Back to the Mac screen, "Another while later..." we cut to the Poopsmith and his pile of whats-it. Strong Bad walks up to him with another cake.}

STRONG BAD: Hey, doodoo man! I just wanted to apologize for throwing that first cake at Strong Sad. I put some beans on it. You know. In case maybe you wanted beans on it. {The Poopsmith shrugs} I hope there's no hard feelings. {The Poopsmith takes the cake} Anyways, it really stinks over here, so, uhh...I'm--I'm gonna go. Enjoy the cake.

{Strong Bad walks off. The Poopsmith flinches when The Paper comes down. The Poopsmith pokes it with his shovel.}

Easter Eggs

  • Click on the image of The Cheat to check out his physiology.
  • At the end you can click on a bit of poo on the Poopsmith's shovel to download those mac desktops as wallpaper.
  • Also at the end, you can click on the cake to see what the cake looks like - you can keep clicking on it to add toppings to it. You can add (in this order): fortune cookies, Chinese food, grapes, Golden Grahams cereal, ice cubes, lemon slices, and finally, a Swiss Cake Roll and the "50" candle from 50 emails.
    • For some reason or another, the cake easter egg will not work on some computers.

Fun Facts

  • The email's page title says "Compy 086" instead of "Compy 386", and there's an icon on the black and white mac desktop that says "Compy 086". This is a reference to the 8086, the first 16-bit processor introduced by Intel. Oddly enough, the Macintosh would have been running on a Motorola 68000 processor, not on an Intel processor.
  • The first cake said, "Hey Poopsmith! Here's a cake!"
  • However, the second cake (when not seen in the close-up) says "Sorry for screwing up the jumble caper", a reference to e-mail 68, caper.
  • The Apple desktop has Karateka on it, a very famous game from 1984 by Jordan Mechner.
  • Strong Bad's opening saying is strongly borrowed from during Strong Bad's outburst in funny at Strong Sad.
  • When Strong Sad asks what Strong Bad is holding behind his back he says the Single Deuce, Pom Pom's gesture from "the bird".
  • World Games (in Floppy Disk Container} was a sports game for DOS and Commodore 64, made in 1987.

DVD Version

  • All of the Easter Eggs are still viewable using either the angle button on your DVD remote or pressing down to find the bad graphics Strong Bad at the end of the email.

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