Talk:Made-Up Strong Bad Animals
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Da Huuuuuuuuge sings tenor? Isn't that lower than alto?
- Tenor is generally considered a high male voice, while Alto is more a low female voice (though it's higher than Tenor). According to those Wikipedia entries, Da Huuuuuudge's line in alternate universe would be at the very top of an average tenor's range (it goes up to C an octave above middle C), which sounds about right to me. --phlip TC 15:53, 6 April 2006 (UTC)
C above middle c is certainly not in the average tenor's range. That's in a countertenor's or alto's range, and Da Huuuuuudge's voice definately has the quality of a guy singing falsetto. - 22.214.171.124 13:46, 18 April 2006 (UTC)
Da Huuuuuuuuge Did anyone else notice how much Da Huuuuuuuuge resembles the huge blob creatures from Super Mario World 2 for SNES? Someone might want to add this (i don't know how)
- I think it could resemble any sort of blob... Most blobs don't have that much difference or distinction in features. --DorianGray
 Da bigger fish...?
Is the quote under the deep-sea fangly fish appropriate for a Homestar Runner wiki? Granted if the toon made a reference to Star Wars this would be acceptable. I didn't notice any such reference. I thought the articles were to stick to H*R related material outside of Fun Facts. That being said, I think a better quote (since all the others are quotes from that email) would be "Steep prices and trees!" or perhaps "Right this way, everyone! Free puppies, ginger snaps, Pocket PCs..." since that's not in an Easter Egg. (Although I like "Steep prices and trees!" myself) —NFITC1talk 04:50, 11 November 2006 (UTC)
- I think captions aren't much in the way of "article content". Another words, captions can tend to be more humourous or referential than the rest of the article. After all, we're making a wiki about dumb animal characters; we can have a little humour here and there. --DorianGray
- Most of the captions that have references outside the H*R universe are those that have no pre-existing line attached to the image. Since the fish does have such a line, I think it's more appropriate to have that line rather than pull a generic fish line from another source. I suppose it isn't heresy to have such an outside line in a caption, but I still think the line from the email suits this particular image better. —NFITC1talk 07:56, 12 November 2006 (UTC)
How did he get his own page? Bad Bad Guy 21:16, 11 April 2007 (UTC)
- He was more successful. Has been featured in the weekly fanstuff a fair few times. Was on the Everybody Everybody Poster. Strong Bad approved of him. --DorianGray 21:19, 11 April 2007 (UTC)
 Sterrance gets lucky
- What's unprofessional about that? Wikipedia does it that way. Furthermore, you removed the link. --DorianGray 09:55, 12 May 2007 (UTC)
You mean having a link there when actual information could be there, easily? Why can't info be there, it's much more encyclopedic then a link and a useless picture that acts as a placeholder...nearly. Just because Wikipedia does it doesn't mean its a good idea, but thanks for adding the main article link. ~ SlipStream PS. You spelt Sterrance incorrectly, I just fixed it ~ SlipStream
- Except now you copied all the information from Sterrance's page, except the filmography, onto this page, which violates the policy of "Once and Only Once." The link to the main Sterrance article was perfectly encyclopedic. Homestar Coder 13:42, 12 May 2007 (UTC)
 wha the?
How did Da Huuuuuudge get it's own page? Look at this.
- Multiple appearances, enough information to write a detailed, in-depth article about it... --DorianGray 22:32, 16 January 2008 (UTC)
The waranty is, i believe, misplaced. I believe it should be in the "features" section of Monstrosity, as it does presumably have it, and it is not visible in real life, either. At least, not on the car itself. Suggestions? AwkwardFire 13:37, 1 February 2008 (UTC)