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===Explanations===
===Explanations===
*Coach Z's trading cards are references to sports cards which often feature an image of a player of a sport playing said sport. Statistics like the ones on the back of Coach Z's cards are similar to the statistics found on sports cards as well.
*Coach Z's trading cards are references to sports cards which often feature an image of a player of a sport playing said sport. Statistics like the ones on the back of Coach Z's cards are similar to the statistics found on sports cards as well.
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*Strong Bad uses the abbreviation "SLG" for "same lame game". SLG is also an abbreviation for "simulation game" in Japan, which is fitting because of the appearance of the Cheatball's trading card game in this email.
*"Fiery How to Play [[Deliberately Poor English|Convusion]]" is a reference to the "How to Play" card in some card games.
*"Fiery How to Play [[Deliberately Poor English|Convusion]]" is a reference to the "How to Play" card in some card games.
*The "N.S." in the email's closing refers to [[wikipedia:Nova Scotia|Nova Scotia]].
*The "N.S." in the email's closing refers to [[wikipedia:Nova Scotia|Nova Scotia]].
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*The [[Wikipedia:Dimetrodon|Dimetrodon]] Strong Bad fans himself with in an Easter egg was a real creature that is commonly mistaken for a [[dinosaur]]. In actuality, it was a [[Wikipedia:synapsid|synapsid]] (mammal-like reptile) that lived at least 30 million years before the first dinosaurs appeared.
*The [[Wikipedia:Dimetrodon|Dimetrodon]] Strong Bad fans himself with in an Easter egg was a real creature that is commonly mistaken for a [[dinosaur]]. In actuality, it was a [[Wikipedia:synapsid|synapsid]] (mammal-like reptile) that lived at least 30 million years before the first dinosaurs appeared.
*Strong Bad's dinosaur cards do not use the usual AhnbergHand [[font]] for his handwriting.
*Strong Bad's dinosaur cards do not use the usual AhnbergHand [[font]] for his handwriting.
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*The "Fiery How to Play Convusion" card's white shadow says "Fiery How to ''Score'' Convusion".
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*The "Fiery How to Play Convusion" card's white shadow says, "Fiery How to ''Score'' Convusion".
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*Strong Bad says "Another freakin' guy named Daniel", but, at the time of this email, there had been only one other [[Strong Bad Email By Name of Sender#D|email sender]] by the name of Daniel. However, there had been nine senders with names that are variations of Daniel, e.g. [[Dan]] and Danny.
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*Strong Bad says, "Another freakin' guy named Daniel," but at the time of this email, there had been only one other [[Strong Bad Email By Name of Sender#D|email sender]] by the name of Daniel. However, there had been nine senders with names that are variations of Daniel, e.g. [[Dan]] and Danny.
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*If the Flash is viewed externally such that the parts outside the frame can be seen, it can be seen that, even though he is out of the frame at the time, Homestar jumps slightly and has mouth movement for his line "What?"
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*If the Flash is viewed externally such that the parts outside the frame can be seen, it can be seen that even though he is out of the frame at the time, Homestar jumps slightly and has mouth movement for his line "What?"
*The four number counters all count the same numbers, they just start at different times.
*The four number counters all count the same numbers, they just start at different times.
*When Strong Bad draws himself bench-pressing dinosaurs on a sticky note, he uses his [[Left Handedness|left hand]], although he is usually right handed.
*When Strong Bad draws himself bench-pressing dinosaurs on a sticky note, he uses his [[Left Handedness|left hand]], although he is usually right handed.
*The "Showering Expert" Coach Z trading card does not have a gray border on the outside.
*The "Showering Expert" Coach Z trading card does not have a gray border on the outside.
*The sticky notes and trading card Easter eggs are clickable before the email is completely finished.
*The sticky notes and trading card Easter eggs are clickable before the email is completely finished.
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*Strong Bad uses the abbreviation "SLG" for "same lame game". SLG is also an abbreviation for "simulation game" in Japan, which is fitting because of the appearance of the Cheatball's trading card game in this email.
 
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