Fan Costumes '07

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"You know, it's the little things that make these costumes so terrible..."

Strong Bad makes fun of the Halloween costumes fans made for — you guessed it! — the 4th time!

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad, Bubs/The Thnikkaman, Strong Sad, Homestar Runner (all audio only)

Costumes depicted (in order of first appearance): Crack Stuntman, Eh! Steve!, Stinkoman, The Thnikkaman, Strong Sad, Homestar Runner, Strong Bad, The Pizz Delivery Girl, Homsar, Videlectrix Guy, Modestly Hot Homsar, The Yello Dello

Places: Basement of the Brothers Strong

Date: Monday, November 5, 2007

Running Time: 4:08

Page Title: People are STILL doing it!


[edit] Transcript

{The wall of Strong Bad's Basement is visible, and a projector screen snaps down from the ceiling. An offscreen slide projector turns on, filling the screen with white light. The projector displays the first slide: a man dressed as Crack Stuntman, but with his hair dyed green, in a Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity house.}

STRONG BAD: BLAAH! You're Crack Stuntman! I bet you impressed a ton of ladies explaining what that costume was from. {imitating a fraternity brother voice} "No, baby, listen. It's like this cartoon man from this cartoon show. And he does the voice of this other cartoon man inside the cartoon man show. It's so awesome, h— Oh, cool, you're gonna leave with my fraternity brother who dressed up as Dale, Jr. That's cool!"

{The next slide appears: a picture of a boy in a cardboard box designed like Eh! Steve! around his torso. He is standing in the foyer of his house and a dog is sitting nearby.}

STRONG BAD: {imitating Eh! Steve!} Eh! Cardboard box!

{The next slide appears: a picture of a man wearing a papier-mâché Stinkoman mask, gloves and boots with a tan shirt, long black pants and blue crate.}

STRONG BAD: Nice Stinkoman costume! And you're performing the ever-controversial crossèd deuce. Oh, and I see you're on my favorite level,

{The music from the first level of Stinkoman 20X6 begins playing}

STRONG BAD: Level 12: FRONT HALLWAY. Look out, it's the end boss!

{The screen dims and sprite of a vase with three peacock feathers and mechanical arms slides from the right, followed by Stinkoman 20X6-style explosions.}

STRONG BAD: Vase full of peacock feathers!

{The next slide appears: A man in a Thnikkaman costume, which consists of sloppy blue makeup and hair dye and an orange shirt with a piece of paper reading "tH" on it.}

STRONG BAD: {singing} Here comes the terrible Thnikkaman costuuuuume!

THE THNIKKAMAN: Yeah, nice face, kid.

{The next slide appears: A man with gray makeup and a strange white object over his head. He is wearing a gray sweater with a noticeable ring underneath and gray pants. He's holding a cigarette in his left hand and has his right arm around a woman who is mostly out of the frame. The camera's flash gives him the appearance of red eyes.}

STRONG BAD: The only inaccuracy I can find with this picture is that Strong Sad appears to be hugging someone of the female persuasion. But everything else: spot on.

STRONG SAD: I have three ribs!

{The next slide appears: A baby in a Homestar costume. The baby's arms are hidden inside the shirt.}

STRONG BAD: Uh, yes, child services? My name is called Strong Bad. I would like to report a severe case of infant abuse. I think they cut off his arms!

{The next slide appears: A man with a Strong Bad mask, boxing gloves, red boots, a white shirt and black pants is sitting on a street bench.}

STRONG BAD: Oh, well if it isn't Gentleman Strong Bad waiting for the Good Posture Trolley! A-ding-ding, everyone!

{The next slide appears: A young woman wearing a cap and bare midriff shirt that both have the logo for The Pizz on them. She's carrying a pizza box.}

STRONG BAD: Uhhhhhh... you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired you're hired.

{The next slide appears: A young man in a Homsar costume. Like the real Homsar, he stands pigeon-toed.}

STRONG BAD: The missing teen, dressed as some type of giant moron, was last seen wandering into the woods, repeating {imitating Homsar} "AaAaAaAa'm the make-money magnate!"

{The next slide appears: A young man with a cap and red shirt. An uneven paper star is taped to his shirt.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Whoa, Strong Bad! When did you take that picture of me?

STRONG BAD: Homestar, that is not you. That looks nothing like you.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: What are you talking about? That is me!

STRONG BAD: Homestar, this appears to be a picture of an unfortunate young man who fell down on a roughly star-shaped piece of paper with some Scotch tape on it.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: You just described me!

STRONG BAD: Yeah, okay, you win, it's you. I took this picture of you.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: That's right! Oh! {singing} I am me-beee!

{The next slide appears: A man in a Thnikkaman shirt and sunglasses.}

STRONG BAD: Whoa, another Thnikka—

{The next slide appears: A man dressed similarly to the last one getting a kiss on the cheek from a woman.}

STRONG BAD: Whoa, another Thnikka—

{Another man in a Thnikkaman costume appears, though this one is in a red shirt.}

STRONG BAD: Whoa, another Thnikka—

{Another man in a Thnikkaman costume appears. This one has light blue makeup on his face and a green belt.}

STRONG BAD: Whoa, {singing} another terrible Thnikkaman costuuuuume!

THE THNIKKAMAN: Yeah, give it up, kids.

{The next slide appears. This one appears to be an ordinary man wearing a fake mustache. What appears to be a towel rack can be seen behind him.}

STRONG BAD: Wait, you dressed up as one of the—

{The slide changes to show a picture of the Videlectrix programmers, one of which has a similar mustache.}

STRONG BAD: —Videlectrix guys?! Man, I thought that Crack Stuntman guy was gonna—

{The slide changes back to the last image.}

STRONG BAD: —have a hard time explaining his costume to the ladies. Though I get the feeling that wasn't much of an issue for you. Sittin' around in your bathroom, takin' pictures of yourself.

{The next slide appears: A different picture of the last person. Then another appears: A girl sitting on a desk wearing a light blue "homsar" shirt exposing her midriff and matching skirt with white leggings.}

STRONG BAD: Now this is what I'm talkin' about: Modestly Hot Homsar! And not one iota hotter! You can do all the sultry poses that sitting on your desk will allow. Still. Modestly. Hot.

{The next slide appears: A woman with a Yello Dello costume.}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Whoa, Strong Bad! When did you take that picture of Marzipan?

STRONG BAD: Yeah, you wish Marzipan had legs like that! Or... legs.

{The next slide appears: A person wears a disproportionate Strong Bad mask, white tank top, and boxing gloves, and holds a thin piece of cardboard with "Lappy 486" written on it. Also present is a man with a Homestar shirt, bad white makeup, and a hat that was obviously patched over to make it appear blue. "Homestar" is holding a can with a pink piece of paper attached, which is presumably supposed to be Melonade.}

STRONG BAD: You know, it's the little things that make these costumes so terrible. Can't be bothered to find the elusive blue baseball hat?

{The slide shifts to a close-up of "Homestar"'s hat.}

STRONG BAD: Why not waste a whole roll of painter's tape?

{The slide shifts back}

STRONG BAD: Not satisfied with just dressing up as Strong Bad? Why not confuse people by taping—

{The slide shifts to a closeup of "Strong Bad"'s "computer".}

STRONG BAD: —a piece of paper to some cardboard and claiming it's a laptop computer?

{The slide shifts back.}

STRONG BAD: "Oh, so you guys are dressed as GI Joe?"

{The slide of the man in the Crack Stuntman outfit reappears.}

STRONG BAD: {fraternity brother voice} "Yeah, baby, that's right! I'm dressed as GI Joe!" {female voice} "Let's go make out!" {fraternity brother voice} "Oh yeah! Cheat Commandos, rock rock—" {female voice} "You wanna make out or not?!" {fraternity brother voice} "Yeah, sorry."

{A "Back" button appears.}

[edit] Fun Facts

[edit] Trivia

  • The person dressed as Homsar is Wiki user Jnelson09.

[edit] Remarks

As shown on the Toons Menu.

[edit] Inside References

  • Strong Bad refers to Marzipan's lack of visible legs.
  • Strong Bad breaks the fourth wall by mentioning Crack Stuntman as the voice of a character of a cartoon inside a cartoon.
  • Strong Bad's implication that dressing a baby in a Homestar costume is infant abuse is very similar to his comments from More Fan Costumes and Fan Costumes '06 indicating that dressing a dog as Homestar is animal cruelty.
  • Strong Bad's mention of the "crossèd deuce" is a reference to both the double deuce and the -èd pronunciation.
  • By saying the Strong Sad costume is "spot on" except for the fact that the man wearing it is hugging a woman, Strong Bad is implying his brother smokes.

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