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Homestar is a sketch drawn on lined paper.
Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner
Place: A notebook.
Icon: Sheet of notebook paper.
Page title: "Trapper Keeper!!"
Earlier Page Title: "Works well with others!!!" 
 Button Effects
- Toons — The paper background changes among four different kinds: white notebook paper, elementary-school lined writing paper, yellow legal pad paper, and graph paper.
- Games — A circled F appears on the paper with the note, "See me after class."
- Characters — Logos of rock bands Van Halen, KISS and Led Zeppelin appear. (See Real World References)
- Downloads — Homestar's head lifts up, exposing a portion of his spine.
- Store — A Sticky Note with Strong Bad's head and the message "I rule" is stuck over Homestar's head.
- E-mail — A paper football flies by.
 Fun Facts
- This and Main Page 12 are the only Main Pages to use the old style Homestar.
- Homestar is drawn in an older style with smaller eyes and a different curve to his lower lip. He is also missing his propeller hat.
- This is the only H*R main page that does not have any additional sound effects.
- In the .swf, a sketch drawn mouse cursor is visible outside the frame. This could possibly be from a scrapped idea to have a "custom cursor" in this page.
- Homestar's mouth is not animated for the "Store" button due to the Sticky Note over his face. Therefore, if you mouse over Store and move away again, Homestar appears to be talking without moving his mouth.
 Real-World References
- is the symbol that represents guitarist Jimmy Page on Led Zeppelin's unnamed fourth album.
- Trapper Keeper is a brand-name seller of American binders and notebooks, most of which are prepackaged with this style of paper.
- The way the pencil lines quiver is similar to the "Squigglevision" animation style employed on such cartoons as Science Court, Home Movies and Ed, Edd n Eddy.
 External links
The Moon | Mountains | Island | Bowling | Waffles | Heaven | Graveyard | Falling | Notebook | Old-Timey | News | 4th of July | Atari | Shower