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* Teenage Strong Mad looks very similar to how he did in Strong Bad's "doodle memory" in [[highschool]].
* Teenage Strong Mad looks very similar to how he did in Strong Bad's "doodle memory" in [[highschool]].
* Lil' Strong Bad's imaginary friend looks similar to the "Dragon-Man" drawing of [[Trogdor]] in the email [[dragon]].
* Lil' Strong Bad's imaginary friend looks similar to the "Dragon-Man" drawing of [[Trogdor]] in the email [[dragon]].
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* The flowery wallpaper is the same as the wallpaper of 1987 as seen in the email [[no loafing]].
==External Links==
==External Links==
*[[HR:sbemail202.html|watch "imaginary"]]
*[[HR:sbemail202.html|watch "imaginary"]]
*[[HR:sbemail202.swf|view the Flash file for "imaginary"]]
*[[HR:sbemail202.swf|view the Flash file for "imaginary"]]

Revision as of 11:29, 13 July 2009

Strong Bad Email #202
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Nice belly button there, Strong Sad!

Some cruddy kid asks about crappy crud.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Strong Sad, Lil' Strong Sad, Lil' Strong Bad, The King of Town, Homestar Runner, Bubs, Coach Z, Teen Strong Mad

Places: Basement of the Brothers Strong, A room in the Brothers Strong's house, King of Town's Castle, Field, Concession Stand, Locker Room, Living Room

Computer: Corpy NT6

Date: Monday, July 13, 2009

Running Time: 4:08

Page Title: Corpy NT6!

Contents

Transcript

{A view of Strong Bad from behind, sitting in his basement typing at the Corpy on a folding table}

STRONG BAD: {singing} Checking emails at home from your work {drags out the "erk" sound} computer, {the view shifts to a closeup of the screen} it's kinda like {speeds up} playing first person shooters with your girlfriend. {deeper tone} It kinda ruins them booooth. {presses enter}

STRONG BAD: {reading}{says Dear Strong Bad as Dear. Strir. Bir.} {typing} Crudfully? Really? What, was your mom sitting over your shoulder when you typed this email? And is your mom the kind of lady that wont let you type the word 'crap'? Don't get me wrong, I still woulda made fun of you if you had typed 'crapfully', I prolly would have just left your moms out of it. {clear screen} So, your bro's fro drove you cro? I don't really have that problem. On account of my brothers are galactically incapable of friend-have. Although when we were kids, Strong Sad had this imaginary friend that annoyed the crud outta me. Of course, this was back before insane parents made imaginary friends illegal for kids to have. Strong Sad invented him one time when we {cut to a view of an attic hatch} locked him in the attic {the hatch is pulsing}.

STRONG SAD: {offscreen} You know we don't have an attic!

STRONG BAD: Okay, when we stuffed him in the air vent {the attic hatch transforms into an air vent. Strong Sad's hand is visible}.

STRONG SAD: {finger waggles through gap in the air vent} You know we don't have an... {cut off}

STRONG BAD: Fine. When we taped him to the ceiling {the air vent transforms into Young Strong Sad, in a purple shirt with a bandage over his belly button, stuck to the ceiling with pink tape}{camera pans down}

YOUNG STRONG BAD: That'l teach you to stand and blink. Now stay up there until that bubble tape gives out and you fall into my open faced booby trap! {camera pans down again to reveal a piece of bread on a blue plate with two pickle slices}{quickly} We're out of ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise.

YOUNG STRONG SAD: {laughing} Ohoho! You're right! My brother does look like a big circle with two smaller circles {camera shows a top shot of Young Strong Bad} on top of another circle from up here!

YOUNG STRONG BAD: {looks up} Hey! Shut up! Who're you talkin' to?

YOUNG STRONG SAD: Just my new best-also-bubble-taped-to-the-ceiling friend, Scotty Titi!

STRONG BAD: {typing} THAT's just half the reason imaginary friends are illegal now! Kid's always give them the creepiest possible names. {cut to the King of Town, and a cut out-like image} Rubby Plop-Plop, {cut to Homestar and like image} Sir Zabblepants, and, {cut to Bubs} Dingy Donger, {cut to Coach Z} Real Live Actual Mr Blangcaster Next Door. {cut to Young Strong Bad at the stick. The stick has a leaf, and Strong Bad is drilling a brick} So, anyway, Strong Sad and his annoying Titi were always annoying the crap out of us.

YOUNG STRONG SAD: {laughing} Ahahaha! That's a good one!

YOUNG STRONG BAD: Hey! Shut it up! What are you guys doing over there?

YOUNG STRONG SAD: Oh. Scotty Titi and I were just attaching indefinite articles, and he jokingly used "a" before a vowel sound! {laughing} Ohohoho!

YOUNG STRONG BAD: I'll attach this indefinite brick to Scotty Titi's face! {throws brick, it lands on the ground}

YOUNG STRONG SAD: Nice reflexes, Scotty!

YOUNG STRONG BAD: I say he annoyed us, but it was really just me. Strong Mad was going through some uh... changes. {shows Young Strong Mad, punching a Trogdor-Blacklight poster that reads: PUBERTY}.

YOUNG STRONG MAD: {voice breaking} GIRLS ARE CONFUSING!

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} So, it was all up to me. First I tried to render Scotty Titi obsolete as an imaginary friend by exposing him as a realginary friend. {Young Strong Bad pours out some "Fat Dumb White Flour"} I used to get imaginary and invisible mixed up a lot as a kid.

YOUNG STRONG SAD: Oh, thanks big brother, I've always wanted to pit my skills against a pile of cake flour!

STRONG BAD: {voiceover} But of course, at one point, I tried to... Titi. On Scotty Titi.

YOUNG STRONG BAD: Oh no! My new boots!

STRONG BAD: {typing} I finally had no recourse but to fight imaginary fire with imaginary fire. So after drinking three gallons of blue drink, I made up my own imaginary friend so they could fight to the imaginary death!

YOUNG STRONG BAD: Hey! Scotty Titi! I'd like you to meet my new friend, Frishy Freshy Dragonman! {the 2 imaginary friends appear; a dragon-man and a lump}

YOUNG STRONG SAD: Scotty, look out!

YOUNG STRONG BAD: Wait. Scotty Titi is just a lump? A mound? A pile?

YOUNG STRONG SAD: {shrugs} Pretty much.

{Frishy Freshy Dragonman incinerates Scotty Titi}

FRISHY FRESHY DRAGONMAN: Can I go now?

YOUNG STRONG BAD: Yeah, you're done.

{Frishy Freshy disappears with a poof}

STRONG BAD: {typing} Ya still there, Crudkid? I don't know if your mom let you watch this far into the email or not. Anyways, I'm not suggesting you breathe fire on your brother's friend, you know. I'm suggesting you duct tape him to the ceiling. Your realginary pal, Strong Bad. Or, {deletes back to the start of Your realginary...} Your imaginary pal, Pumpy Clumpy.

{The Letter Paper comes down}

Easter Eggs

  • Click on "duct tape him to the ceiling" when the email is done to see a scene between Lil' Strong Sad and Scotty Titi.

YOUNG STRONG SAD: Spiro Agnew's favourite slacks! That's right! You're so good at Time Magazine: The Game, Scotty!

  • Click on "Pumpy Clumpy" when the email is done to see an outline drawing of Pumpy Clumpy.

Fun Facts

Explanations

Trivia

  • The computer console Strong Bad uses is one of those seen at Bubs' Datum Center in isp.

Remarks

  • The events in this sbemail probably happened soon after the events in origins, considering the bandage on Strong Sad's belly button, and Strong Bad playing with his drill.
  • This is the first appearance of the Letter Paper.

Goofs

Strong Bad's face
  • When the screen fades after Strong Bad throws a brick, we can see the outline of his face, as though he's at his screen.
  • When Strong Bad is drilling holes into the brick, there are no visible holes.

Inside References

  • Teenage Strong Mad looks very similar to how he did in Strong Bad's "doodle memory" in highschool.
  • Lil' Strong Bad's imaginary friend looks similar to the "Dragon-Man" drawing of Trogdor in the email dragon.
  • The flowery wallpaper is the same as the wallpaper of 1987 as seen in the email no loafing.

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