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Russia and the Russian language get occasionally referenced in the Homestar Runner universe. Most often the references have to with Russia during the period of the U.S.S.R. and its communist past.
- Hairstyle Runner — One of the styles is called "Homestar the Terrible", a reference to Russian tsar Ivan the Terrible.
- Homestarloween Party — Strong Sad dresses up as Mikhail Gorbachev, the final President of the Soviet Union.
- Email 12:00 — In the VCR Easter egg, one of the videotapes is labeled "Moscow Peace Festival".
- Email radio — Marzipan is reading a book titled Tolstoy Story 2, a portmanteau of Russian author Leo Tolstoy and the film Toy Story 2.
- Email redesign — Color Wheel Roulette is advertised as having 50% less deaths than the Russian variety.
- Email 4 branches — The Homestar Runner calls Rumble Red a communist fool.
- Email the movies — One of the selections on a trivia card is The Battleship Potemkin an influential 1925 Russian silent film about the Battleship Potemkin uprising.
- Email original — Homestar Runner is seen wearing a Russian police officer outfit. In the commentary, Mike declares it "Russian Day".
- Jibblies 2 — Strong Mad dresses as Nikolai Volkoff, a professional wrestler in the WWF during the 1980s. He uses the term "ruskie", slang for Russian person.
- Where's An Egg — The game is set in Russia and has extensive use of the Russian language. A page from the manual written in Russian was posted to Some Type of Online Auction by a person living on Arbat Street in Moscow.
- Strong Badia the Free — Two of the countries echo Russian countries; Union of Soviet Socialist Repubricks and Coachnya, which echoes the Russian province of Chechnya. The flag for Concessionstantinople is similar to the Soviet Union flag.
- 8-Bit is Enough — When Strong Mad is in Halfathalon, he portrays Putchnya Shotski, a Russian athlete. Many of his responses are stereotypical Russian words.
- 79 Seconds Left — In an Easter egg, a Russian version of the Wet Knee Gumption Club poster is seen. The page title also refers to the viewer as "comrade", a form of address common in Russia from the Bolshevik era until the fall of the Soviet Union, and still used commonly in the armed forces.
- Email dictionary — Strong Bad's desktop has Cyrillic writing for the logo of "Where's An Egg 2".
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