SBCG4AP Collector's DVD

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The Strong Bad Collector's DVD was released by Telltale Games on July 2nd, 2009. It includes five PC-compatible episodes of Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, the documentary Behind the Bad, footage from PAX 2008, and Easter eggs. Early orders of the DVD include a Strong Bad button.

Contents

[edit] Intro

{Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People logo is seen on black background, while musical fanfare plays. A white square opens at the top of the screen and Strong Bad drops down.}

STRONG BAD: {close up of Strong Bad} Woo, I've always wanted to be part of a DVD interface.

{Shifts to the main menu, with a silhouette of Strong Bad can be seen.}

STRONG BAD: This is gonna hurt! EEGAHHHH!!! "{Strong Bad jumps through the menu and then converts first to Dating Sim version, then Atari Strong Bad, then a white square, that floats to the menu.} plonk.

[edit] Menus

  • Menus are done in the style of the Atari 2600.
  • Random music from the different mini-games will appear on each menu.
  • If you wait on any menu, it will sometimes appear to glitch, with random characters on the screen. Other times, a picture of Marshie in ASCII art will flash on the screen, followed by a screen filled with "All work and no play make Marshie a dull boy."
MARSHIE: You can't control me!
  • Strong Bad makes a random noise whenever anything is selected.

[edit] Trailers

  • Yellow background, with a picture of Atari Strong Bad watching a TV screen.

[edit] Behind The Bad

  • A rear view of Atari Strong Bad on a blue background.

[edit] Shorts

  • Atari Strong Bad, Atari Homestar Runner, and Atari The Cheat standing on a green background.

[edit] DVD Credits

Homestar reveals the secret cheat codes to unlock himself in SBCG4AP. Strong Bad disapproves.

Cast (in order of appearance): Homestar Runner, Strong Bad

Places: Dark Room

[edit] Transcript

{Cut to a dark room. Homestar slowly walks up to the front of the room. Once there, he looks around. Music plays}

HOMESTAR RUNNER: At long last, I, Strong Bad—excuse me—I, Homestar Runner, will reveal the super-secret never-ending cheat code to unlock yours truly as a playable character. Ahem. First, go to the track wearing the old-timey mustache, then challenge Marzipan to a fight, which you lose. Then, pour ketchup on Marzipan's welcome mat while shouting: "All hail the King of Town, whose reign will—" Then, suddenly, before you can finish your sentence, the S is for Sucks dragon comes outta nowhere and eats up New York while dancin' with The Stick! {credits come down} The Stick uses the pudding to eat 1-Up, and that makes someone do a cartwheel for a mile. But that makes someone asplode into a million little pieces, which upsets Oprah, and then she poops on Strong Mad, making him—

{Strong Bad comes in}

STRONG BAD: Homestar, what are you doing? Don't encourage those forum trolls! If we give those losers even the slightest bit of recognition they'll start— {a section of the credits called "Forum Crew" goes by} Hey, what are they doing!?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, that guy, and oh, that girl. A rare treat.

STRONG BAD: Aw, that guy?

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, I like that guy, he wants me to get my own game. That guy one time asked me to do a dance.

STRONG BAD: Oh, that guy—

HOMESTAR RUNNER: {dances} Doo doo doo a dooba doo—

STRONG BAD: Troll...trakalankal I call him.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: Oh, and you. For the last time, Homsar and I are not related.

STRONG BAD: Oh, I hate that guy's signature.

HOMESTAR RUNNER: That guy owes me 5 bucks. That guy's girlfrie—

STRONG BAD: Ugh, never mind. I'm gonna get outta here before they start nitpicking me to death.

{Homestar dances and then slowly fades out. The rest of the credits scroll by as the protest song plays.}

[edit] Fun Facts

[edit] Contents

Disc and interior art
Strong Bad button that came with early orders

[edit] SBCG4AP Episodes

[edit] Bonus

[edit] DVD Video

[edit] Goodies

[edit] Easter Eggs

Alternate Cover
  • When the cover is flipped inside out, it reveals the Videlectrix version of the cover.
  • Behind The Bad Prototype Footage: Accessed by pressing up on the Behind The Bad menu from Episode 1.
  • Strong Bad Takes A Detour: Accessed by pressing up on the Shorts menu from Make A Scene.
  • PAX panel Q&A session: Accessed by pressing right on the Make A Scene submenu from Extended Version.
  • DVD credits can be viewed by pushing up from the main menu from Trailers.
  • Clicking on the Telltale link on the PC Autorun menu sends you to Telltale's website
  • Also, clicking on the Videlectrix link on the PC Autorun menu plays a one of five short pieces of dialogue with the Videlectrix Guys.
    • These snippets can also be heard by going the Autorun directory, selecting one of the "videlectrix" folders and clicking on "start.wav"

{A window appears, done in the style of Windows 3.1, with the header "Launchelectrix" and an icon for "Dangeresque Roomisode 1" and a sticky note that reads "Play More Roomisodes at Videlectrix Dot Com?"}

Dialogue 1

FIRST PROGRAMMER: Ah, now they get to the real game!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: That other one looks pretty good, I though—
FIRST PROGRAMMER: Oh! You traitor! What do I pay you for?
SECOND PROGRAMMER: You've never paid me for anything, really.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: Oh! You gonna get into semantics. Some antics.
SECOND PROGRAMMER: {hums a little tune} I can juggle now.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: I like those antics.
SECOND PROGRAMMER: {continues to humming the tune}
FIRST PROGRAMMER: PLAY THE GAME!

Dialogue 2

FIRST PROGRAMMER: Well, go on and make your selection!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: Uh, I think there is only one option to choose.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: You didn't—
SECOND PROGRAMMER: Why didn't they make the button to be this one?
FIRST PROGRAMMER: You graphic this whole thing!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: {hestitantly} I was told... there would be... chips and salsa?
FIRST PROGRAMMER: I never agreed to that!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: A menu with only one choice is like a food menu with only one choice.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: Chips and salsa!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: That's two.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: And we're back to square wan!

Dialogue 3

FIRST PROGRAMMER: Now here's a real game with graphics and sound!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: Well, that other game had both graphics and sound, too—
FIRST PROGRAMMER: WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON, ANYWAYS?
SECOND PROGRAMMER: Uh... the side where people don't hit me?

Dialogue 4

FIRST PROGRAMMER: Now here's a real game with graphics and sound!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: That other game had graphics and sound, too.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: OH! WHOSE SIDE ARE YOU ON, ANYWAYS?
SECOND PROGRAMMER: Uh, the side where people don't hit me a lot?
FIRST PROGRAMMER: Oh, that hurts! You cut me deep!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: You cut me all the time.

Dialogue 5

FIRST PROGRAMMER: WHAT THE GRAPHICS IS THIS? A MENU WITH ONLY ONE OPTION?
SECOND PROGRAMMER: That's all there was. Only one option.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: IT'S LIKE A RESTAURANT THAT JUST SAYS, "BURGER"!
SECOND PROGRAMMER: I'd like a burger.
FIRST PROGRAMMER: You make me some burger graphics, and we'll talk about it!

[edit] Fun Facts

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