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Strong Bad Email #31
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Strong Bad sets out to convince Daniel's girlfriend that she doesn't have a chance with him. Strong Bad, that is.

Cast (in order of appearance): Strong Bad

Places: Computer Room

Computer: Tandy 400

Date: Monday, June 10, 2002

Running Time: 1:48

Page Title: TANDY 400!!

DVD: strongbad_email.exe Disc One

Contents

[edit] Transcript

STRONG BAD: Umm... I don't know... I'm gonna check my email.

{Strong Bad reads in a loud monotone to reflect that the email was written entirely in capital letters.}

STRONG BAD: {typing} Number A, you don't have to shout. Do you know how many Internet etiquette laws you're breaking by typing in all caps like that? Well, you're breaking one: Don't type in all caps. Anyway, sure Daniel, I'll tell her. Put her on.

{Strong Bad clears the screen.}

STRONG BAD: Dear Daniel's girlfriend, maybe I should tell you that Daniel is cool. And that I am taken. Yeah... Yeah... Taken by a whole buncha girls that are way hotter than you, baby. So sorry sweetie, tootsie-pie, sugarbob, funky bunch. Anyways, they're all right here. Uh... They're climbing all over me. Um, say hello, ladies.

{Strong Bad clears the screen again, then types different messages from different "ladies" on the screen.}

STRONG BAD: {typing} So as you can see, they're all really nice, and hot and very web savvy. So you don't have a chance with me, sugarbob. You might as well just stick with Daniel over here. I can't see you doing any better. Okay, put Daniel back on. Okay, Daniel, it's all taken care of. Though I'd probably buy her some stuff and start working out just in case. I am quite a catch. {stops typing} Okay, everybody. Bye.

{Strong Bad gets up and leaves. The Paper comes down.}

[edit] Fun Facts

[edit] Trivia

  • This is the only time alternate fonts were typed on the Tandy 400. The fonts are, in order, Times New Roman, Comic Sans MS, Monotype Corsiva, and Jokerman.
  • This is the first time Strong Bad leaves his chair after an email is over.

[edit] Remarks

[edit] Real-World References

  • "Funky bunch" is a reference to Marky Mark (rapper-turned-actor Mark Wahlberg) and the Funky Bunch.
  • The lines "sugarbob, funky bunch" could be a reference to the Holland-Dozier-Holland Motown classic, "I Can't Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)," made famous by the Four Tops.
  • The messages from the "ladies" make sounds from Apple's Mac OS X when they appear (Mac OS X is an operating system for Macintosh computers). Some of them could be submarine, glass, temple, and purr.
  • The "Internet etiquette" that Strong Bad is referring to is Netiquette, a list of rules, guidelines, and basic etiquette for the Internet. There actually is a rule not to type in all caps unless you really mean it.

[edit] DVD Version

  • The DVD version features hidden audio commentary. To access it, switch your DVD player's audio language selection while watching.

[edit] Commentary Transcript

(Commentary by: Mike Chapman, Matt Chapman, Marzipan)

MIKE: So, Marzipan's in the studio with us, and, uh, we're going to do a little song about this email! Hit it, Marzipan!

MARZIPAN: Because it's so boring. Okay, here we go! A one and a two and a one two three.

{Marzipan starts playing Carol. Sleigh bells are heard consistently throughout, and an accordion can be heard occasionally towards the end.}

Sugarpie, sugarbob
Sugarpie, sugarbob
Schnizzle

Sugarpie, sugarpie,
Sugarpie, sugarpie,
Schnizzle to the izzle

Sugarbob, sugarbob,
Sugarbob, sugarbob
You're not very good

You're kind of boring
Kind of boring
And there are no pictures

Sugarpie, sugarpie
Sugarpie, sugarbob
To the izzle

Schnizzle, schnizzle
Schnizzle, fizzle
To the izzle

I have nothing left to say
Except there's nothing

Nothing to say
Nothing to say
Does anybody like this email?

Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

MARZIPAN: And now, I can do my scales.

{Marzipan plays a scale on Carol}

MATT: Oh, what scale was that one, Ms. Pan?

MARZIPAN: I think it might've been the A Minor.

MATT: Nice. What else you got? We've got some more time here.

MARZIPAN: I have a very sad song.

MATT: Oh, let's hear it! Quick, quick, though!

{Marzipan starts playing Carol}

MARZIPAN: {singing} It's the saddest song.

MIKE: That's it!

MARZIPAN: {singing} Sad {is cut off}

[edit] Fun Facts

  • Marzipan actually plays an A major scale, not an A minor.

[edit] External Links

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