Talk:Strong Bad vs. Little Girl!
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 Stick 'em up!
I'm wondering if SB realizes there is a stick up his hind end ;) MetaStar 03:44, 14 Mar 2005 (MST)
- Don't you realize he'd just a pupp...oh, you were kidding. --The Paper 15:04, 14 Mar 2005 (MST)
I'm pretty sure that when Strong Bad asks Little Girl to tell all the peoples how great he is, rather than "Strong bad is a good!" I think she says "Strong bad is ugly!" Anybody else agree? →evin290 05:08, 15 Mar 2005 (MST)
That's what I heard too. Aurora Szalinski 07:04, 15 Mar 2005 (MST)
Sounds like "Strong Bad is ... uh ... good!" There's a little pause after the "uh" and the word "good" comes out with a little squeal at the end just like an excited 2 or 3 year old girl might say it. However, based on SB's reax to her, I think he thought she said "ugly" as well! I have a little girl just about Little Girl's age and we constantly misunderstand her. However, she might have said "ugly" just to be mischeivous and then corrected it to "good". Little girls do that, too! ;) --tomstiff 08:40, 15 Mar 2005 (CST)
I understood ugly too but I'm spanish, so this is a good guarantee of the little girl not saying it...
For a second it sounded to me like "Strong Bad is a gay!" but I'd imagine she didn't really say that, so I just assumed I'd heard wrong and that Strong Bad heard it correctly.
Who's the final arbiter on this subject? I've listened a few times today, and I hear "uh ... good" and not "ugly". Since this isn't a fun fact, I guess it doesn't get STUFFed. Is this the place for a "vote"? --tomstiff 15:57, 15 Mar 2005 (CST)
I thought she was saying "a good" like she thought that good was a noun. Anywho, Strong Bad replies by saying "I'm good?!" so I think that pretty much sums it up. -Miss Free Country USA
I thought she was saying "ugly", too, but the next lines exchanged unequivocally disprove that theory: Strong Bad: What?? Little Girl: Good!
 Cheat Puppet/Doll
Rather than get involved in an edit war...
"Even if the voice WAS tacked on, that doesn't change that the doll is the Kick The Cheat doll" -Jay
Well, then, why do all the other pages refer to it as "Puppet The Cheat"? What makes this one different? Should this be changed to "Puppet The Cheat" or all the others to "The Cheat Talking Plush Doll"? --Shadow Hog 20:05, 17 Mar 2005 (MST)
- Personally, I think all the others should be changed to "Kick the Cheat Doll". That's what it is, it's not a puppet. Aurora Szalinski 20:11, 17 Mar 2005 (MST)
But it's used as a puppet... --Trogga 10:21, 18 Mar 2005 (MST)
I think puppets have actual moving parts, like a mouth and stuff. Aurora Szalinski 10:29, 18 Mar 2005 (MST)
pup·pet (pŭp'ĭt) n. 1. A small figure of a person or animal, having a cloth body and hollow head, designed to be fitted over and manipulated by the hand. 2. A figure having jointed parts animated from above by strings or wires; a marionette. 3. A toy representing a human figure; a doll. 4. One whose behavior is determined by the will of others: a political puppet.
The Cheat may not be a human figure, but he is a doll. --Trogga 11:54, 18 Mar 2005 (MST)
Yes, he is a doll. He is, specifically, the "Kick the Cheat" plush doll, so I don't see the problem with labelling it as such. Sorry for bickering. Aurora Szalinski 11:56, 18 Mar 2005 (MST)
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- Found it. —BazookaJoe 02:58, 3 May 2007 (UTC)