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Strong Bad sings his rock opera 'SBEMAIL!'.
Strong Bad sings his rock opera 'SBEMAIL!'.
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' {{Film|Strong Bad}}, [[Lil' Strong Bad]], [[Anonymous Contributor]], {{Film|Tompkins}}, {{Film|Strong Sad}}, {{Film|The Cheat}}, {{Film|Coach Z}}, {{Film|Homestar Runner}}, {{Film|Marzipan}}, [[Grape-Nuts Robot]] (voice only), [[Baby Styles]], {{Film|Vector Strong Bad}}, {{Film|Tiny-Handed Strong Bad}} (voice only), {{Film|Stinkoman}} (voice only), [[Lappy 486#Female Lappy 486|Female Lappy 486]] (voice only), {{Film|The Poopsmith}}, {{Film|Bubs}}, {{Film|Strong Mad}}, {{Film|Homsar}}, {{Film|The King of Town}}, {{Film|Pom Pom}}, [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]] (Easter egg)
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'''Cast (in order of appearance):''' {{Film|Strong Bad}}, [[Lil' Strong Bad]], [[Anonymous]], {{Film|Tompkins}}, {{Film|Strong Sad}}, {{Film|The Cheat}}, {{Film|Coach Z}}, {{Film|Homestar Runner}}, {{Film|Marzipan}}, [[Grape-Nuts Robot]], [[Baby Styles]], {{Film|Vector Strong Bad}}, [[Tiny-Handed Strong Bad]], {{Film|Stinkoman}}, [[Lappy 486#Female Lappy 486|Female Lappy 486]], {{Film|The Poopsmith}}, {{Film|Bubs}}, {{Film|Strong Mad}}, {{Film|Homsar}}, {{Film|The King of Town}}, {{Film|Pom Pom}}, [[Dangeresque (character)|Dangeresque]] (Easter egg)
'''Places:''' [[Computer Room]], [[Bubs' Concession Stand]], [[Club Technochocolate]], [[Smoky Office]], [[Stages|The Stage]], [[The Field]] (Easter egg)
'''Places:''' [[Computer Room]], [[Bubs' Concession Stand]], [[Club Technochocolate]], [[Smoky Office]], [[Stages|The Stage]], [[The Field]] (Easter egg)
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== Transcript ==
== Transcript ==
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Checkin' email, now take it to the flip side! <!-- please don't change the following, it's easier to read this way --> ''{repeats the previous sentence [[Reversed Dialogue|backwards]]}''
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'''STRONG BAD:''' Checkin' email, now take it to the flip side! ''{repeats the previous sentence [[Reversed dialogue|backwards]]}''
<blockquote class="lappy email">
<blockquote class="lappy email">
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Gambier, OH</blockquote>
Gambier, OH</blockquote>
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''{Strong Bad pronounces the last two lines as "Anonymous Contrib-u-tore, Gombyay... ''hhhough''"}''
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''{Strong Bad pronounces the last two lines as "Anonymous Contrib-u-tore, Gombyay... ''hhhough''}''
'''STRONG BAD:''' Ugh, poor guy. ''{typing}'' HEY! Mr. and Mrs. Contributor, way to name your kid! I can only imagine the taunts and jabs the kids on the playground musta come up with.
'''STRONG BAD:''' Ugh, poor guy. ''{typing}'' HEY! Mr. and Mrs. Contributor, way to name your kid! I can only imagine the taunts and jabs the kids on the playground musta come up with.
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'''STRONG SAD:'''<br>
'''STRONG SAD:'''<br>
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hundred&mdash;
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9000!&mdash;
'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
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toilet dreams picture.<br>
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try meat dick.<br>
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Everybody wanna scam some sweet bucks or potential&mdash;
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It makes you go yum.&mdash;
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'''LIL' STRONG BAD:'''<br>
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'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
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pizza.<br>
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You eat shit.<br>
'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
Oh! Oh! Ummm. Nevermind.<br>
Oh! Oh! Ummm. Nevermind.<br>
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Ummm... double&mdash;
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Ummm... You nerd&mdash;
'''COACH Z:'''<br>
'''COACH Z:'''<br>
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'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
Awesome, awesome fancy danish.<br>
Awesome, awesome fancy danish.<br>
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Professional funky totally diggity-underdrawers.<br>
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Professional funky totally spaghetti.<br>
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Oh tonight,&mdash;
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Oh tonight, fuck a&mdash;
'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:'''<br>
'''HOMESTAR RUNNER:'''<br>
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'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
'''STRONG BAD:'''<br>
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ones, eh?<br>
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boy, eh?<br>
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Whatever action baby actually went jibblie.<br>
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Whatever action baby actually permanent guest.<br>
Oooh! Oh. Party like completely great, good.<br>
Oooh! Oh. Party like completely great, good.<br>
Down town ladies get consummate.
Down town ladies get consummate.
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'''STRONG BAD:''' The Cheat... ixnay on the cut-it-out-throwing-roses-at-me! ...may.
'''STRONG BAD:''' The Cheat... ixnay on the cut-it-out-throwing-roses-at-me! ...may.
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''{The Cheat utters a short Cheat noise and throws a rose at Strong Bad, causing it to stick to his face.}''
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'''THE CHEAT:''' Meh!
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''{The Cheat throws a rose at Strong Bad's face and it sticks there.}''
'''STRONG BAD:''' Augh! ''{He clutches his face and starts flailing his limbs wildly.}'' Rose face! ROSE FACE!!! ''{He falls off his stool, which makes [[The Geddup Noise]]}''
'''STRONG BAD:''' Augh! ''{He clutches his face and starts flailing his limbs wildly.}'' Rose face! ROSE FACE!!! ''{He falls off his stool, which makes [[The Geddup Noise]]}''
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=== Explanations ===
=== Explanations ===
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*A [[Wikipedia:Rock opera|rock opera]] is, as the name implies, a sung dramatic work in a rock, instead of classical, musical style. The term originated with the programmatic works of [[The Who]], in particular their rock opera ''[[Wikipedia:Tommy (rock opera)|Tommy]]''.
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*A [[Wikipedia:Rock opera|rock opera]] is, as the name implies, a sung dramatic work in a rock, instead of classical, musical style. The term originated with the programmatic works of [[Wikipedia:The Who|The Who]], in particular their rock opera ''[[Wikipedia:Tommy (rock opera)|Tommy]]''.
*off<sup>13</sup> Broadway refers to [[Wikipedia:Off-Broadway|Off-Broadway]] and [[Wikipedia:Off-Off-Broadway|Off-Off-Broadway]], classifications of theatre size in New York theatre venues. Off-Broadway refers to theatres with audience sizes between 100 and 499, and Off-Off-Broadway refers to theatres with 100 seats or less. The concept behind them is that having a very small house allows for productions that are much more experimental and financially risky.  However, Strong Bad's "off<sup>13</sup>" means that his musical is off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off broadway, or the word 'off' multiplied by itself thirteen times.
*off<sup>13</sup> Broadway refers to [[Wikipedia:Off-Broadway|Off-Broadway]] and [[Wikipedia:Off-Off-Broadway|Off-Off-Broadway]], classifications of theatre size in New York theatre venues. Off-Broadway refers to theatres with audience sizes between 100 and 499, and Off-Off-Broadway refers to theatres with 100 seats or less. The concept behind them is that having a very small house allows for productions that are much more experimental and financially risky.  However, Strong Bad's "off<sup>13</sup>" means that his musical is off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off-off broadway, or the word 'off' multiplied by itself thirteen times.
=== Trivia ===
=== Trivia ===
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*This is the first email where all twelve main characters appear in person. (The Poopsmith and Pom Pom were only on [[Trading Cards|trading cards]] in [[your friends]] and [[different town]], respectively.)
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*This is the first email where all twelve main characters appear in person. (The Poopsmith and Pom Pom were only on playing cards in [[your friends]] and [[different town]], respectively.)
*Each quotation is truly taken from each email, in order. The first word is from [[some kinda robot]], the second from [[homsar]], and [[Rock Opera Context|so forth]].
*Each quotation is truly taken from each email, in order. The first word is from [[some kinda robot]], the second from [[homsar]], and [[Rock Opera Context|so forth]].
*The label on the disk in the floppy disk container reads "[[Floppy Disk Container#colorado|colorado]]".
*The label on the disk in the floppy disk container reads "[[Floppy Disk Container#colorado|colorado]]".
*The same strobe lights from [[techno]] are seen during the "Positate without pizzaz and jam" section of the song. However, both lights in this email are different colors from the lights in techno.
*The same strobe lights from [[techno]] are seen during the "Positate without pizzaz and jam" section of the song. However, both lights in this email are different colors from the lights in techno.
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*The song that plays during the "Whatever action baby actually went jibblie. Oooh! Oh. Party like completely great, good. Down town ladies get consummate." part is similar to the song "One" from the musical "[[Wikipedia:A Chorus Line|A Chorus Line]]".
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*The song that plays during the "Digging my legs, digging my arms, living my life in Hell" part is similar to the song "One" from the band "[[Wikipedia:Metallica|Metallica]]".
=== Remarks ===
=== Remarks ===
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*The email rap and the flipside version are clips of Strong Bad saying the same thing, but they are different versions of it. If you reverse the clip, the most obvious difference is that the flipside version doesn't have a pause after the word "email".
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*The email rap and the flipside version are clips of Strong Bad saying the same thing, but they are different versions of it. If you reverse the clip, the most obvious difference is that the flipside version doesn't have a pause after the word "email."
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*Even though in [[sb_email 22]], Strong Bad types "nevermind", and it is used the same way in this email, "never mind" is actually two words.
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*Even though in [[sb_email 22]], Strong Bad types "nevermind", and it is used the same way in this email, never mind is actually two words.
*The word ''crackin''' isn't actually heard in [[fingers]], and though it likely was recorded, the audio layer is turned down or the narrator is completely overpowering Strong Bad's voice.
*The word ''crackin''' isn't actually heard in [[fingers]], and though it likely was recorded, the audio layer is turned down or the narrator is completely overpowering Strong Bad's voice.
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*The Poopsmith, Bubs, and Pom Pom all remain motionless when the cast yells "SBEMAIL!", though it may be that the Poopsmith is silent on purpose, because of his vow of silence.
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*The Poopsmith, Bubs, and Pom Pom all remain motionless when the cast yells "SBEMAIL!", though it may be that the Poopsmith is silent on purpose, courtesy of his vow of silence.
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*Strong Bad ''did'' back down from a bad idea in [[other days]], when he decided not to answer the entire email like a robot.
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*Strong Bad ''did'' back down from a bad idea in [[other days]], when he decided not to speak the entire email as a robot. He also decided against singing the entire email in [[portrait]]
*When Dangeresque falls through the ice, the hole is smaller than his head.
*When Dangeresque falls through the ice, the hole is smaller than his head.
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*Strong Bad technically asked The Cheat to throw another rose at him. "Ixnay" in [[Wikipedia:Pig Latin|Pig Latin]] translates to "nix", meaning "cut it out" or "stop". Therefore, the whole phrase constituted a [[Multiple Negatives|double negative]] meaning "continue throwing roses at me."
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*Strong Bad technically asked The Cheat to throw another rose at him. "Ixnay" in [[Wikipedia:Pig Latin|Pig Latin]] translates to "nix", meaning "cut it out" or "stop". Therefore, the whole phrase constituted a [[Wikipedia:double negative|double negative]] meaning "continue throwing roses at me."
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*In the scene with the four flying V's (two red, two white), the white guitars have no strings.
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*When the word "metal" zooms out toward the screen passing in front of Strong Bad, his mouth appears on top of the word instead of behind it.
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=== Goofs ===
=== Goofs ===
[[Image:Trevorthevampire versus rockopera.PNG|thumb|300px|Everybody wanna scam some wrestleman's eyes...]]
[[Image:Trevorthevampire versus rockopera.PNG|thumb|300px|Everybody wanna scam some wrestleman's eyes...]]
[[Image:Strong Mad Mouth.png|thumb|AaAaAaAh taped his mouth to my torso!]]
[[Image:Strong Mad Mouth.png|thumb|AaAaAaAh taped his mouth to my torso!]]
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*You can click the contrast buttons on the [[Tandy 400]] while the opera is playing, although it doesn't actually affect the contrast of the screen.
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*You can still click the contrast buttons on the [[Tandy 400|Tandy]] while the opera is playing, although it doesn't actually affect the contrast of the screen.
*When roses are being thrown with the Lappy in the background, you can't see the reflection of the roses on the Lappy's screen.
*When roses are being thrown with the Lappy in the background, you can't see the reflection of the roses on the Lappy's screen.
*In [[trevor the vampire]], when Strong Bad goes up to the screen and says "Hi, everybody," his eyes were given the newer style. However, in the opera, the same scene was shown, but his eyes were still the old style.
*In [[trevor the vampire]], when Strong Bad goes up to the screen and says "Hi, everybody," his eyes were given the newer style. However, in the opera, the same scene was shown, but his eyes were still the old style.
**In addition, in several other clips, Strong Bad is animated using the current style of animation, (where Strong Bad's head, rather than his mouth, moves), yet his old eyes are still used.
**In addition, in several other clips, Strong Bad is animated using the current style of animation, (where Strong Bad's head, rather than his mouth, moves), yet his old eyes are still used.
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*When the scene from [[credit card]] is shown, the "John, and some other people who aren't scam artists" signature is missing, which is notable since "scam" is the word used in the rock opera.
 
*When Strong Bad says "Tonight" (in "Tonight equals dancing, yeah!"), a bit of the sound is cut off.
*When Strong Bad says "Tonight" (in "Tonight equals dancing, yeah!"), a bit of the sound is cut off.
*When The Cheat throws a rose in Strong Bad's face, it hits his left eye. However, when Strong Bad starts freaking out about it, the rose is on his right eye.
*When The Cheat throws a rose in Strong Bad's face, it hits his left eye. However, when Strong Bad starts freaking out about it, the rose is on his right eye.
*When the cast yells "SBEMAIL!" Strong Mad's mouth appears on Homsar's torso for a few seconds.
*When the cast yells "SBEMAIL!" Strong Mad's mouth appears on Homsar's torso for a few seconds.
**Though not noticeable without zooming in, once everyone has finished yelling "SBEMAIL!", Homsar's lip comes between Homestar's head and shirt; more specifically, in front of the head, and behind the shirt.
**Though not noticeable without zooming in, once everyone has finished yelling "SBEMAIL!", Homsar's lip comes between Homestar's head and shirt; more specifically, in front of the head, and behind the shirt.
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*When the word "metal" zooms out toward the screen passing in front of Strong Bad, his mouth appears on top of the word instead of behind it.
*In the Dangeresque on ice scene, when Strong Bad falls through the ice, the splash is in front of the ice.
*In the Dangeresque on ice scene, when Strong Bad falls through the ice, the splash is in front of the ice.
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*In the scene with the four flying V's (two red, two white), the white guitars have no strings.
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=== Fixed Goofs ===
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*If you played the opera again (via the "ENCORE!" in the corner), a slight bit of the audio for the part afterwards would play. This appears to have been fixed.
=== Inside References ===
=== Inside References ===
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*The shoes that walk across the screen are the back button of [[Old Flash Stuff]].
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*The shoes that walk across the screen are the back button of the old main page.
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**The shoes were also used as a back button in [[She Loves Me!]].
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**The shoes were also used as a back button in [[She Loves Me!]]
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*On the second making-fun-of-Anonymous piece-of-paper, Anonymous has his hands glued to his butt, which also happened to Strong Sad in the email [[1 step ahead]].
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*On the second making-fun-of-Anonymous piece-of-paper, Anonymous has his hands glued to his butt, which also happened to Strong Sad in the e-mail [[1 step ahead]].
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*Strong Sad also gave an "anonymous tip" in [[Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon]].
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*Also on the second making-fun-of-Anonymous paper,the kid pointing and laughing at [[Strong Sad]] is [[Tomkins]].
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**Strong Sad also gave an "anonymous tip" in [[Strong Bad is in Jail Cartoon]].
*Also on the second piece-of-paper, Strong Bad's legs are positioned like those of [[Wrestleman]] from the weekly [[Sketchbook 2005#SK-2005-01-27|Sketchbook]].
*Also on the second piece-of-paper, Strong Bad's legs are positioned like those of [[Wrestleman]] from the weekly [[Sketchbook 2005#SK-2005-01-27|Sketchbook]].
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*Strong Bad starts his rock opera by insisting on getting a [[train]]-wreck a-rolling.
 
*When Strong Bad's typing starts going awry as The Cheat is throwing roses at him, he types "the chicks" as "teh chekts", a reference to the immediately preceding Strong Bad email [[secret recipes]].
*When Strong Bad's typing starts going awry as The Cheat is throwing roses at him, he types "the chicks" as "teh chekts", a reference to the immediately preceding Strong Bad email [[secret recipes]].
*When Strong Bad appears to have two electric guitars sticking out of his head, it is a reference to the cover art for the CD [[Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits]].
*When Strong Bad appears to have two electric guitars sticking out of his head, it is a reference to the cover art for the CD [[Strong Bad Sings and Other Type Hits]].
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**Strong Bad also swirls his wine in [[montage]].
**Strong Bad also swirls his wine in [[montage]].
**The background behind him in this scene is from [[dangeresque 3]].
**The background behind him in this scene is from [[dangeresque 3]].
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*The [[Action Figure Character Variations|action figures]] of Strong Sad and Strong Bad are from the Strong Bad Email [[action figure]].
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*The action figures of Strong Sad and Strong Bad are from the Strong Bad Email [[action figure]].
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*The background of the area with the pyramid of [[gold]] bars (pre-[[explosion]]) is taken directly from [[RhinoFeeder]].
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*The background of the area with the pyramid of gold bars (pre-explosion) is taken directly from [[RhinoFeeder]].
*The "Goodtime Palace" is modeled after similar scenes from [[animal]] and even features Baby Styles.
*The "Goodtime Palace" is modeled after similar scenes from [[animal]] and even features Baby Styles.
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**Also, the normal "black frame" around the screen changes to The Cheat's poorly drawn frame from his "[[Powered by The Cheat]]" cartoons.
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**Also, the normal "black frame" around the screen changes to the Cheat's poorly drawn frame from his "[[Powered by The Cheat]]" Cartoons.
*The picture of the "Hardest Guitar Chord Ever" comes from [[privileges]].
*The picture of the "Hardest Guitar Chord Ever" comes from [[privileges]].
*[[Club Technochocolate]] is originally from [[extra plug]].
*[[Club Technochocolate]] is originally from [[extra plug]].
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**The word "technochocolate" itself comes from [[monument]].
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** The word "technochocolate" itself comes from [[monument]].
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*The rock music which starts at Club Technochocolate uses the same chord progression as "[[The Cheat Is Not Dead]]" from [[caper]].
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*The rock music which starts at Club Technochocolate uses the same chord progression as ''The Cheat Is Not Dead'' from [[caper]].
*The stage the entire cast is grouped on at the end is seen in [[A Decemberween Pageant]], among other holiday toons.
*The stage the entire cast is grouped on at the end is seen in [[A Decemberween Pageant]], among other holiday toons.
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*The "biscuitdoughhandsman review" in the Easter egg is yet another reference to the unapprehended villain [[Biscuitdoughhandsman]].
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*The "biscuitdoughhandsman review" in the Easter egg is yet another reference to everyone's favorite unapprehended villain, [[Biscuitdoughhandsman]].
*"[[The Deke]]" is originally from [[autobiography]].
*"[[The Deke]]" is originally from [[autobiography]].
*Strong Bad's dance move with Baby Styles is a reference to [[virus]] when he compliments Bubs for being a computer genius man.
*Strong Bad's dance move with Baby Styles is a reference to [[virus]] when he compliments Bubs for being a computer genius man.
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*"Sbemail" is a reference to the filename of almost every Strong Bad Email. Strong Bad also refers to this in [[unused emails]] and [[kids' book]]. Additionally, this email solidifies the pronounciation of "sbemail" (in the commentary for [[Making of Email 100]], [[Matt Chapman]] pronounced it as "s-b-email").
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*"Sbemail" is a reference to the filename of every Strong Bad e-mail. Strong Bad also refers to this in [[unused emails]] and [[kids' book]].
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*The [[Strong Bad Email Intros|email song]] is an example of [[reversed dialogue]].
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*This isn't the first time Strong Bad has spoken backwards; he also does it on [[Strong Bad's Message Bored]].
*The guitars featured in the email are the same as in the Easter egg in the email [[new hands]].
*The guitars featured in the email are the same as in the Easter egg in the email [[new hands]].
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*The pixellated Strong Bad with the pink hoodie is a reference to an Easter egg in the Strong Bad email [[montage]], which, in turn, is a reference to [[Punch-Out!!]].
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*The Pixelated Strong Bad with the Pink hoodie is a reference to an Easter egg in the strong bad email [[montage]].
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*During the rock opera, Strong Bad briefly is seen using a [[disconnected telephone]].
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*"NO FOR RENT" is a reference to a response from the [[Jhonka]] in [[Peasant's Quest]].
*"NO FOR RENT" is a reference to a response from the [[Jhonka]] in [[Peasant's Quest]].
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*The Easter egg newspaper review from a 7-year-old is from when [[Puppet Character Variations|Puppet Strong Bad]] appeared on [[The Screen Savers Interview - 24 Jan 2005|G4's "Attack of the Show!"]] answering phone calls and asked a caller he was talking to if he was 7 years old, due to the tone and sound of his voice.
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*The Easter egg newspaper review from a 7-year-old is from when Puppet Strong Bad appeared on G4's "Attack of the Show!" answering phone calls and asked a caller he was talking to if he was 7 years old, due to the tone and sound of his voice.
*The Contributor family name has its [[-or pronounced with a long O]].
*The Contributor family name has its [[-or pronounced with a long O]].
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*The rock opera mentions [[toilets]], [[pizza]], [[pants]], [[awesome]], the [[jibblies]], [[Strong Bad's Ladies|ladies]], [[jam]], and [[dancing]].
 
=== Real-World References ===
=== Real-World References ===
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*Strong Bad's "&iexcl;&Aacute;ndale! &iexcl;&Aacute;ndale! &iexcl;Arriba! &iexcl;Arriba!" at the end is quoting the famous [[Looney Tunes]] cartoon mouse [[Wikipedia:Speedy Gonzales|Speedy Gonzales]].
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*Strong Bad's "&iexcl;&Aacute;ndale! &iexcl;&Aacute;ndale! &iexcl;Arriba! &iexcl;Arriba!" at the end is quoting the famous Warner Bros. cartoon mouse [[Wikipedia:Speedy Gonzales|Speedy Gonzales]].
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*The electric guitars in the opera are (or are modeled after) the Gibson V-Factor, more commonly known as "[[Gibson Flying V|Flying V]]".
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*The electric guitars in the opera are (or are modeled after) the Gibson V-Factor, more commonly known as "Flying V".
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*The amps are modeled after Marshall stacks, but instead of "Marshall", the logo reads "An Amp". These were also used in [[different town]] and [[Cool Things]], but labeled "Marzipan".
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*The amps are modeled after Marshall stacks, but instead of "Marshall," the logo reads "An Amp". These were also used in [[different town]] and [[Cool Things]], but labeled "Marzipan".
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*Strong Bad's song at the beginning of the email may be a reference to Missy Elliott's  [[wikipedia:Work It (Missy Elliott song)|Work It]], where she says "I put my thang down, flip it, and reverse it!" which is then played backwards.
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*Strong Bad's song at the beginning of the e-mail may be a reference to Missy Elliott's  [[wikipedia:Work It|Work It]], where she says "I put my thang down, flip it, and reverse it!" which is then played backwards.
*Strong Bad walking toward the camera while neon signs fly by is also a commonly used movie clich&eacute; when the main-character gets overwhelmed by the nightlife of the city (most famously in the 1945 film ''[[Wikipedia:The Lost Weekend|The Lost Weekend]]'').
*Strong Bad walking toward the camera while neon signs fly by is also a commonly used movie clich&eacute; when the main-character gets overwhelmed by the nightlife of the city (most famously in the 1945 film ''[[Wikipedia:The Lost Weekend|The Lost Weekend]]'').
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*The "guitar stars" were re-used in [[Summer Short Shorts]].
*The "guitar stars" were re-used in [[Summer Short Shorts]].
*A more realistic gold bar pile (seen in 'double the real gold') is seen in [[space program]].
*A more realistic gold bar pile (seen in 'double the real gold') is seen in [[space program]].
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*Another "train wreck" would be created in the DVD-exclusive video [[160 Seconds]], which combines one second from each of the first 160 Emails.
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*Another "train wreck" would be created in the DVD Exclusive video [[160 Seconds]], which combines one second from each of the first 160 Emails.
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*Anonymous re-appears in [[Fan Costumes 2016]].
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==YouTube Version==
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*The [[YouTube]] description for this email is "One word from each of his first 125 sbemails make up the lyrics to Strong Bad's definitely-planned-from-the-start rock opera."
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*The words that appear during the rock opera are now italicized.
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*The SBEMAIL! poster appears automatically at the end, but none of the other Easter eggs play.
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==DVD Version==
==DVD Version==
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'''STRONG BAD:''' And this is—
'''STRONG BAD:''' And this is—
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' He's gonna be—he's gonna be doing the commentary with me.
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'''MIKE:''' ''{simultaneously}'' He's gonna be—he's gonna being doing the commentary with me.
'''STRONG BAD:''' This is By-The-Book Mike, over here, this guy—
'''STRONG BAD:''' This is By-The-Book Mike, over here, this guy—
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== External Links ==
== External Links ==
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