Main Page 6
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Page Title: Homestar Runner must be dead!
 Button Effects
- Toons — Homestar plays a lyre.
- Games — A green, scaly, clawed hand, surrounded by fire, reaches up through the clouds and a roar is heard.
- Characters — Three planes from an air show fly by, trailing red, white and blue streaks.
- Downloads — Homestar plays the lyre again, but a string breaks.
- Store — One of the planes crashes through the clouds.
- E-mail — Strong Bad walks by, singing, "Keep on knockin' on Heaven's door." He then falls through the clouds and yells, "Holy crap!"
 Fun Facts
- This Main Page has an unfinished version. The "new cartoon!" link leads to A Jorb Well Done, the "another homepage" leads to Main Page 10, the "more messages" link leads to Marzipan's Answering Machine Version 2.0, and the "new toons menu" link leads to the current toons menu. Also, the buttons on the left don't work correctly. Also note that Email is above Downloads, instead of below Store. The only button with a special effect is Email, which is the same as the normal version of Main Page 6 (except that Strong Bad's mouth doesn't open in surprise). Also, Homestar's mouth will move when the Downloads or Store buttons are moused over, but he won't say anything. Only the Downloads and Museum buttons work. The other buttons do nothing.
- When Strong Bad is singing, his mouth doesn't move.
 Fixed Goofs
- If you rolled over E-mail and Games at the same time, a white square overlapping Strong Bad was visible, where the frame of the demon's hand is. This was later corrected, although the white square is still present.
 Real-World References
- The song Strong Bad is singing is "Knocking On Heaven's Door", a classic song by Bob Dylan.
- The three planes are F/A-18 Hornets, the jets used by the U.S. Navy's Blue Angels.
 External Links
- go to Main Page 6
- view the Flash file for Main Page 6
- view an old, unfinished version of Main Page 6
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