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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]]".
*The electric guitars in the opera are (or are modeled after) the Gibson V-Factor, more commonly known as "[[Gibson Flying V|Flying V]]".
*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".
*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 email 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 cliché 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 cliché 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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