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Rate the SBEmail!
awesome! (A/5) 36%  36%  [ 32 ]
very good (B/4) 39%  39%  [ 35 ]
OK (C/3) 19%  19%  [ 17 ]
disappointing (D/2) 4%  4%  [ 4 ]
terrible (G- but sooo charming/1) 1%  1%  [ 1 ]
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Why do so many people not like this one? I thought it the best E-mail in a long time.

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Why do so many people not like this one? I thought it the best E-mail in a long time.


I voted Okay because for how long it focused on grossing us out. The Brothers Chaps usually make an effort to avoid the easy humor but this time I felt like they succumbed to the temptation.

Got better once it started talked about what would happen if Gene slipped up.

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This was really appealing to me because I'm in 10th grade health class this year, and we've actually been watching videos like that!
Best parts:
* A nest of South American moths living in Homestar's/John's mouth
* The sixteen car pile-up of race car beds
* The Coach Z easter egg


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Sweet Jesus, that was hilarious! I loved how accurate it is a depiction of grade school, the ravenous hyena or whatever thing: so true. And, did anyone notice there were more off-color jokes than normal?

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For those of you who are planning to email Strong Bad:
Make sure there is a space between "Strong" and "Bad." And keep the B capitalized. This is the second time I had to give that sort of advice.

Anyhow, this one was pretty entertaining, so I also give it a "Very Good." Gee, what is it with TBC and pants? They mention them when we least expect it. And Coach Z thinking the shower heads were microphones was so original.


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It was good. I liked the Coach Z easter egg and Strong Bad making fun of Homestar/John.

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I had to watch a movie like this in fifth grade. So I think this one's pretty funny. Someone oughta make a forum game out of this....

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Hey, wait a second! I'm a college girl that has been previously and indiscreetly described as "hot"--along with "cool," "awesome," "the hottest," "video games" and "real real hot"--and I sent TWO emails just last week.

But I don't hate that fifth grader, nor would I stop watching the email if he were around. I merely burninate with jealousy for the kid. :trogdor:

Oh, and New Paper sux0rz.

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Homestar as John kinda seems like the Homestar equivalent of Senor Cardgage. Maybe. Anyway, this one was pretty good.
I thought that was Homsar.

Oh yeah, I also liked the cutaway during Strong Bad's elaboration on John's something.

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Pretty good. 8/10

I like the fact that the sbemails are really speeding up now.

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"Also, did they say "god" in that cartoon? Yes? Okay."

Yeah but Strong Sad was using that as sorta of a blessing. [s]Strong Bad[/s]Gene was using it in the sense of Outkast in their hit song "Hey Ya"

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*wonders how long it'll be before someone complains over the fact that they said "god"* >>
It's pretty much the same thing as they said in the latest post of Strong Sad's Lament.

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wow, that was hilarious. Best 10 bucks I ever spent. :hr:

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I also liked the part where Gene is cool because he gets G minuses.

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Hello, how are you doing? Hooray, you went to the trouble to enlarge this text and read it. Good for you. You want a cookie?

...Yes.

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Holy Crap! They acknowledged the existence of the Creator of the Universe! I hope nobody gets offended!

Oh, Lawd. This was gut-bustlingly hilarious. Imma go watch it again.


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YesmanJr wrote:
Homestar as John kinda seems like the Homestar equivalent of Senor Cardgage. Maybe. Anyway, this one was pretty good.
I thought that was Homsar.

Oh yeah, I also liked the cutaway during Strong Bad's elaboration on John's something.


Maybe, but Homestar as John seems to have more similarities, since both him and Senor are both fairly calm with lot of mumbling, as opposed to Homsar's erratic and loud outbursts. I doubt either of them were meant as equivalents though.


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it was pretty good. I liked the whole goofus gallant thing between John and Gene.

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This email was a gem. I lol'd all the way [s]to the bank[/s] through.

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Awexome, because of two reasons:

1. I love parodies of those types of videos.
2. When I thought about that kid sending that e-mail then watching it and having everyone he knows that watches Homestar Runner see it, and what they would all think... I laughed. Pretty hard, I believe. Mostly at him.

I also can't wait until some random far-too-religious mother out there walks by someone watching it, sees only the word "God" being said, assumes it's Anti-Christian, and then protests quite a bit, but ends up having all laugh at them.

But the best thing that could happen would be...
... you stopping making this stuff big.


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I liked this email. It reminded me of all those instructional films I was forced to sit through in 7th grade Health class. I think Strong Bad was a little mean to John, though.

And would you stop writing in such miniscule font, please?

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ChickenMovieMan wrote:
I liked this email. It reminded me of all those instructional films I was forced to sit through in 7th grade Health class. I think Strong Bad was a little mean to John, though.


...............


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HE WAS TOO NICE TO JOHN! We're talking about a guy who drills a hole in his brother for amusement!


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Fair enough.

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"You know, New Paper, you keep sucking just enough to stay interesting."

That was the line I was waiting for.

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Gene's radiating face can power a small light bulb. :p
Not the best, but still funny. Heehee, New Paper. He'll never be accepted.

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That was a really funny Email, to tell you the truth, I always wanted to see Homestar like that, and it happened! Awsome! :cheatgrin:


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Its very good!

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It was amusing. I liked the way they portrayed Strong Bad/Gene as a prep , although I could have done without the gross-out humor. Pretty solid, all in all.

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now for my raiting


1 bajillion stars! This will go down in history!

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Looks like I'm one of the only people who didn't like it too much. I just didn't find it very funny. The paper;s calibration test was one of it's redeeming qualities, but as comedic timing goes, I think it would've been better a week or two from now. Strong Bad's criticism of the paper is getting too frequent and predictable.


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Ju Ju Master wrote:
Looks like I'm one of the only people who didn't like it too much. I just didn't find it very funny. The paper;s calibration test was one of it's redeeming qualities, but as comedic timing goes, I think it would've been better a week or two from now. Strong Bad's criticism of the paper is getting too frequent and predictable.


I agree about the part about New Paper. I haven't found any of Strong Bad's criticism that funny, and in my opinion it's getting even less funnier each time.


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