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Strong Bad Email #167
watch unnatural your funeral
File:the movies Strong Bad Senor Cardgage.png
"Good evening, Bontilda. Forty-twone will be on your lest."

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, The Cheat, Senor Cardgage, Pom Pom, Coach Z, Strong Sad, The King of Town, The Knight, The Hornblower, The Blacksmith, Homestar Runner

Places: Computer Room, The Movie Theater

Computer: Lappy 486

Date: February 20, 2007

Running Time: 3:51

Page Title: Lappy 486



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Easter Eggs

  • Click on the "@" at the end to see a film trivia screen.
  • Click on the "Hi-YA" at the end to see Homestar in a smoldering crater:
HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh man. This movie has it all. Cinema has never lisped so Wilson.

Fun Facts


  • Pan and Scan refers to a technique by which film originally shot in widescreen format is transferred into a format compatible with the shape of common TV screens.

Inside References

  • "Coopreme" is a portmanteau of "Cooper" and "supreme".
  • The voice(s) heard during the Trivia screens and the movie sound very much like the voice in the SBASAF Orientation video.
  • This is the third email in a row that mentions DNA Evidence (heard during the movie).
  • This email features another intentional mispronunciation of the word "program" as progrum.

Real-World References

  • The song Strong Bad hums before shooting the bazooka is the classic Nokia ringtone, made famous by Nokia commercials and cell phones everywhere, and in reference to a cell phone going off during a movie.
  • The Brat Pack refers to a group of actors that rose to fame in the 1980s by starring in several teen-oriented movies.
  • Spencer Tracy was a two-time Academy Award-winning film actor.
  • Strong Bad's "Ebert" comment refers to Roger Ebert, a Chicago-based movie critic.
  • "Bacon number" refers to the number of degrees of separation an actor has from actor Kevin Bacon. This, in turn, stems from the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game that was popular in the early 1990s.

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