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PostPosted: Tue Oct 23, 2007 11:23 am 
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That was pretty cute I have to say.

"I pass out candy"

*Marshie passes out* :p

Good stuff, Good stuff.


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IgnoranceIsGolden wrote:
Awww...poor little girl, crying after Marshie goes away.

Wow...didn't realize how old she'd gotten. How old is she now, eight? Nine? Ten? Wow...


I think she's 6 or 7 now.

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Oh wow, that was great! I was really longing for a new puppet stuff! I mean REALLY! 10/10!

BTW, I'm surprised the very, very, VERY, little girl didn't make an appearance. (Matt's child)


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I liked it. Now don't get me wrong, I like SBemails as much as the next guy, but it felt like time for something different, just to keep things fresh. I'm definitely looking forward to what sort of funky stuff TBC will pull out for this year's Halloween (remember the Choose-Your-Own-Potion dealie? that was awesome!).

Oh right! Marshie puppet stuff. The Taranchula album was particularly cool. And I laughed out loud at the line "That's not very good advertising!" Still can't measure up to the original "Homestar vs. Little Girl", though, IMO.

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Awww, they made her cry! How cruel!

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She's too young to be using the word "like" like that!


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I think this was one of my favorite puppet skits! There were so many funny parts that I can't choose a favorite.

I can't believe how big the little ghoul has gotten. lol. They grow up so fast.


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No Trogdor! Don't drink it!

Homestar easter egg was good. Gotta love the lisp. Or whatever you call the way homestar talks.


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Wow, Marshie just gets creepier and creepier, doesn't he?

I was very pleased to see a new puppet-stuff toon, but the chemistry was somewhat lacking in parts: you can tell some things TBC had forced upon the girl, like bursting into "tears" - kids aren't very good actors. But there was a lot of good, spontaneous stuff, too: "Why ever drink again?". Marshie was halarious, too, as always.

Overall, I'd give it a 7/10.

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lemon123 wrote:
Wow, Marshie just gets creepier and creepier, doesn't he?


and I love it! Haha my favorite quote ever is his toenail one from malloween commercial

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CheezNapkin wrote:
IgnoranceIsGolden wrote:
Awww...poor little girl, crying after Marshie goes away.

Wow...didn't realize how old she'd gotten. How old is she now, eight? Nine? Ten? Wow...


I think she's 6 or 7 now.


Except isn't it bad manners to ask about a woman's age?

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lemon123 wrote:
Wow, Marshie just gets creepier and creepier, doesn't he?


Actually, I personally think this is the LEAST creepy Marshie ever. I mean, compare this to "Just walk away, Mother!"

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Wow, the little girl isn't little anymore. In 3 years I wonder if they'll still do the "vs. Little Girl" series after awhile.

By then, Very Very Little Girl would be old enough to talk to puppets.
They could always do Homestar/Strong Bad vs. Teen Girl (with a possible easter egg of Teen Girl meeting the Teen Girl Squad).

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TheJohn wrote:
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Wow, the little girl isn't little anymore. In 3 years I wonder if they'll still do the "vs. Little Girl" series after awhile.

By then, Very Very Little Girl would be old enough to talk to puppets.
They could always do Homestar/Strong Bad vs. Teen Girl (with a possible easter egg of Teen Girl meeting the Teen Girl Squad).


And maybe even have Teen Girl meet the Sweet Cuppin' Cakes characters, too!

TEEN GIRL: I love you, Steve!
EH! STEVE: Eh! Steve!
(The Wheelchair is nearby)
WHEELCHAIR: Nobody that I love is supposed to love anyone else, Eh! Steve! If you don't leave her alone, I'll send you to the mooooooon!!

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More likely they'll find another little girl to replace the current one.

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LOL @ Not Scary stuff.. like bowlers.

Best part was:

LG: You're funny!
Marshie: You're pretty qquuuuaint!

Like.. What was he GOING to say before he very clearly modified it to "quaint."

I like how despite her advancing years there's still elements of her original "little girl" speech mannerisms.


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That's not very good advertising! But that doesn't mean it's not hilarious! 4.7/5! Where the crap is the poll?

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I thought it was funny that it seemed as though Matt was laughing at the Little Girl's answer .... "they're just like water." ... and that was a brilliant line afterwards "Why ever drink again!?" lol.

I thought it was great.


That part was truly brilliant. They're just like water! Why ever drink again?!?!


Hahahaha. Best puppet ever.


"You're pretty quaint!"


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Awww, they made her cry! How cruel!


Not to mention the fact that they take away Halloween if she's bad at school!


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Marshie (or, in this case, "Smarshie") seemed a bit less creepy this time...yet he said some of his funniest stuff yet.

"Take a trip to the mouuuuntains" is still my favorite Marshie quote, though.


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 Post subject: Re: Marshie vs. Little Girl
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Girl is still cute 3 years later.

"The orange ones are my favorite colors, and the black ones are not."

"Yeah?! That's not very good advertisement!"

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Necro'd? I guess.
Well, anyway, funny. But no head-bonking.

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