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Strong Bad Email #157
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"Those aren't even from the same lame game."

Strong Bad shows us several examples of character trading cards.

Computer: Lappy 486

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Coach Z, Homestar Runner, The Cheat, Strong Sad

Date: September 11, 2006

Page Title: Lappy 486



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STRONG BAD: {singing} Away you dribble down the court with an email, you leave your dreams at the top of the keeey. {brings up the email}

</blockquote class="lappy email">

subject: Trading Strong-gum

Hey Strongbad-
You should have trading cards...With a stick of gum in them.
Nerdly your,
N.S. CANADA </blockquote>

{Strong Bad says "Another freakin' guy named Daniel" instead of "Dabiel" and "not safe, in Canada" instead of "N.S. CANADA".}

STRONG BAD: Oh, Thanks for the tip, Daniel. I'll lay low here in the states for a while until things cool off. {clears screen}

STRONG BAD: Daniel, trading cards are the biggest waste of not a video game on the planet! In fact, I thought trading cards were outlawed the day they invented good graphics. As for the "gum" that comes with them, I'm pretty sure they replaced that with a pink piece of balsa wood back in the ealry 80's and nobody ever noticed. So, no, I shouldn't have trading cards. But most of the other idiots around here have engaged in some form of trading cardery. Let's rag on them, shall we?

Easter Eggs

  • Click on the stack of cards at the end to see all of the trading cards featured in this email up close.
  • Click on the sticky notes on the floor at the end to see them up close.

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