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[edit] Green tongue

The action figure on Strong Bad's glove has a green tongue. 20X6 reference, or fast-forward? smileyface.PNG11945 (Talk/Ctrbs) 00:37, 23 October 2005 (UTC)

Wow, good eye. Another question: is the action figure an alternate Strong Bad action figure? He's wearing black pants and red boots. (The Fun Fact on this needs to be altered and/or deleted; it says "The action figure is most likely resemblance of wrestling legend George "The Animal" Steele." I don't know enough to know what truth there may be in that, but it at least needs some... coherance. —AbdiViklas 00:54, 23 October 2005 (UTC)
Wait a second; I just looked at the DVD transcript where the mention George Steele. Well then, I'ma go clean that fact up. (And I guess that kind of knocks holes in it being related to Strong Bad or 20X6.) —AbdiViklas 00:56, 23 October 2005 (UTC)

[edit] Hey!

Hey! Who deleated my goof? If you watch Homestar's #1 glove it becomes a baseball glove as the scene fades out. hr.png NBBB(Talk · Contributions) 20:52, 2 December 2005 (UTC)

It's not a goof. TBC did it on purpose. --DorianGray

Were did you get that I can't find any evidence (I think thats how you spell it) of that anywhere NBBB(Talk · Contributions) 21:20, 5 December 2005 (UTC)

It's too big a thing to be a goof. Pretend you're drawing a picture. You draw the same character 20 times, in exactly the same way. If the character is green in one form, and red in all the others, doesn't it stand to reason that you did it on purpose? It's not about proof in this case, it's about logic. Obviously they did it on purpose because there's no way anyone could be careless enough to suddenly insert a completely different form of something by accident. --DorianGray
That's not nessecarily true. It could have been something they planned to do, then decided to change, but forgot to change it in those frames. It looks like a legit goof to me. - Joshua 21:37, 5 December 2005 (UTC)

Yes what he said if this is done frame by frame (which I'm not sure it is) then maybe they did that much of the part then said "I'll save it for tomarrow and then came back and worked on it but made the rest of the part differnt it is a goof no doute about NBBB(Talk · Contributions) 21:22, 6 December 2005 (UTC)

Hey again!!! What gives??!! We just had this discussion the #1 to Base ball glove is a goof so who removed it again and if your looking to find a reason why don't restate the arguement above!hr.png NBBB(Talk · Contributions) 18:19, 9 December 2005 (UTC)

It's already listed in the transcript. Once and Only Once. --DorianGray

Oh, sorry. hr.png NBBB(Talk · Contributions) 20:37, 14 December 2005 (UTC)

[edit] Question

'Slanted camera angles were also very commonly used, giving a "60's" feel.'

As TH*R would say: What?

Dang, and I was just, a few days ago, reading the Wikipedia article on that particular camera effect, but I don't have the slightest idea what it was called. Batman did use it a lot though, usually on scenes with the villains. Movies tend to use it to show a kind of disjointed mindset, a bit of madness, which would make sense for that scene since all those boxing glove emails must take a toll on one's sanity. HeWhoYerfs 16:11, 11 September 2006 (UTC)

[edit] I found two contrast goofs

The first one is when there's the ripple transition to Bubs' Concession Stand. The contrast blinks straight back to normal during the transition.

The second one is after the "fingers" montage. Strong Bad begins typing with his fingers (very badly) and then it cuts to a side shot of him at the Compy. When it goes back to the previous shot, the contrast is normal.

I've added these as "Goofs" to the article. Feel free to move/edit them. Jimmy91 17:41, 25 September 2006 (UTC)

I think it ALWAYS does that kind of thing... --DorianGray

[edit] An-nother one

I added a fact that the voiceover says "another one" like "an nother one". Anyone agree? Retromaniac 19:21, 22 October 2006 (UTC)

Well, I agree that he does (or more precisely, that he stretches the "n" out considerably) but I don't really think that's significant enough to note. Qermaq - (T/C) Image:Qermaqsigpic.png 19:25, 22 October 2006 (UTC)

[edit] Glitch With The Start

At the start, for one scene you can not click on the contrast. However, you can use tab to make the screen blue still.

Do you mean at the very beginning of the email? I seem to be able to to click the contrast knob as usual... Trey56 06:52, 16 November 2006 (UTC)
I think he means with the, "Stay Tuned," part. Star Guy T/C 15:33, 5 December 2009 (UTC)

[edit] Contrast buttons

I noticed that, in the flash file, if you can make the window really skinny, you can still change the contrast of the Compy. Is this "Remarks" worthy? Is it wiki-worthy at all? -thelongestpants No, and I barely understand you anyway. What were you asking, again?--Jellote 19:53, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

It probably is if it is legit........ Homestramy20|Talk 19:55, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

This doesn't sound remotely Wiki-worthy... and this topic is over two years old. --Jay v.2021 (Good riddance 2020) 21:14, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

[edit] Homestar's "hands"

I noticed that Homestar's hands switch from a foam finger to a baseball glove during the fading out of him. F123979

Yeah, but is that really a goof? That's what we list it as. I thought it was a joke, myself. --Jellote 19:53, 10 June 2009 (UTC)

[edit] Strong Sad's Head

Would that scene of his head be a refrence of Strong Sad's Severed Head? From what I can see, only his head is visible. PomstarPommer 15:57, 22 December 2009 (UTC)

[edit] Possibly a Hremail

Could it be possible the Homestar part is a hremail? I mean someone could ask how homestar types with NO hands. -pgj1997

You mean like the ones homestar describes in email thunder? b/c in all the specific Hremails, he doesn't do any typing at all. he's only been seen typing in email thunder and anything. Anyway, to sum up your question, this is simply speculation. The Knights Who Say Ni 01:18, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
It's not simply speculation, it's provably false. TBC hadn't even thought of hremails by the point this email was made. COULD they retroactively have made this a hremail like the others? Absolutely. DID they? no. — Defender1031*Talk 10:39, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
I think what's intended was simply "could this be one of the ones Homestar meant when he said 'you're in a bunch of them'?". From that perspective (a more in-universe one than Deffy took), it's not demonstrably false, though it is bald speculation. Heimstern Läufer 10:50, 3 May 2010 (UTC)
Well in email thunder, we see that caper and pants were also hremails, so homestar does hremails during sbemails, so mabey this is also a hremail to. That's all i'm trying to say.


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