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I really don't like puppet stuff (besides DVD ones and the VS The Little Girl) but this was pretty funny, and better than the last one.

It's gonna have to be pretty good to beat Dullard though...

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Pretty funny, especially the whole spelling bee portion. Not quite as good as BCF1, though.

FISCAL/10.

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It sucked... that's all I really hafta say. BCF 1 was infinitely better.

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I thought the first one was funnier... but this one was well executed as well. It's still pretty good. I like the idea of Biz Cas Fri continuing as a series of sorts. But I love that Matt and Mike keep doing fresh ideas. They're execution on timing and everything in that puppet stuff is about as good as an actual toon. Which is easier to do, though, I wonder. I would think Puppet Stuff is easier and quicker.


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I agree with Power Crunch - I thought the first one was better. This last one made me chuckle a few times, but that was it. I think that the puppet stuff has gotten better overall though... I didn't like the early stuff.


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Meh, it was OK for a Puppet Stuff, but not really on par with the rest of the site.

When compared to other Puppet Stuffs, 8/10, but when compared to the whole site, 6/10.

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What about the Earnings?!

The shareholders where funny, "This is the kind of man we hire these days? He's a total liability!"

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Scratch what I said before, 1st one was better

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Puppet Stuff is getting good. I liked the shoe throwing. And I like the amount of updates lately.

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D-O-G-E wrote:
I agree with Power Crunch - I thought the first one was better. This last one made me chuckle a few times, but that was it. I think that the puppet stuff has gotten better overall though... I didn't like the early stuff.


Well, in the beginning, they had just gotten the puppets and were really just playing around with them a bit, seeing what they could do, stretching hteir limits, and all that. Now that its its own feature, they feel free to flesh out and try different things, as well as make things genuinely funny, instead of adding a few cheesy one-liners in their "puppet tests" to pass it off as a toon.

But, yeah, I can't see why people would think #1 was better than this one, besides the fact that in 1, the idea was fresher. Personally, I think that #2 is infinitely better than the first.

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yeah now they're making...complete scenes and props for them...i think i liked #2 more...homestar wasn't at all funny in that one though, besides the idea that he was hungover and draped in golden sparklies....the business meeting thing was alright..i don't think TBC got the point of the sticky note across as well as they wanted to though....i'd give it an 8.5/10, only no once asked for my review, so i won't. Now that i have. Cause that's just how i rollyolly

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puppet stuff is getting good

everybody know it was teh first good one... then the came Homestar Vs The Little Girl and things got good...

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The Chaps sure aren't being stingy with the updates lately. I loved this puppet stuff. 8/10


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Yes, lots of updates... but I need me another stinkoman 20x6 level. First had me laughing more though with Homestar's comments.


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It was sweet!! Biz Cas Fri clips are totally the new Puppet Stuff favorites for me! 9/10!!
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i didnt like it much 6/10

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I give it 7/10. Mostly because "Let me hear all my shareholdas on this side of the room say hey!", the post-its, and the shoe at the end.

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I wonder if they'll do a biz caz fri part three next friday. I just read that persons post on how they do pupppet trilogies and I realized how I never noticed it before, but I do think since they did two in a row, they will follow up with a third. What's your opinion?

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I really do hope TBC makes a series out of this.


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How funny this actually is depends, I believe, on your corporate experience. I work for a high tech firm that has tech support, shareholders and departments with flashy names like "Regional Shipping Management Resources".

For me, both part 1 and 2 were freekin' hillarious because I can really relate to having some idiot come up to me and say "Are you comming out to the bar tonight? It's ladies niiiiiight!". But what really struck a cord for me and the boyz in the office was Part 2 starting with the fact that HomeStar came to work half in the bag from partying too harty the night before. I can't tell you how many times I've come to work after a long night of partying and then having to go into a board meeting looking like the Poop Smith :poop: in the morning.

Also, I can't count how many times I've been in said "shareholder meeting" and the guy doing the presentation may as well stand up and yell out, "All the shareholders to the left say "haaay"" because the guy's full of BS anyway.


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Ricksea from Biz Cas Fri 1 thread wrote:
I didn't understand Biz Caz Fri 2. How were post-it notes supposed to save the company millions? Is that supposed to be funny?


Also, I think TBC should sell character puppets in the store.

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futuramaooy wrote:
I to want to know how much money it took to buy all those post-it's...


Not much. By the looks of it, it wasn't more than a pad or two, maybe three or four at the most. By themselves, maybe a buck or two each, at costco slightly less. All in all, probably between 5 and 10 bucks.

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Wow I loved it!!! Strong Bad is still so cute in that shirt!! And he covered up for Homestar at the meeting, that was SOOO nice of him!!!!!!!!! I was shocked about the shoe-throwing though! :O I'm glad SB's OK. :) :sb: :sb: :sb: :sb:

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No, no, no. Strong Bad wasn't in Biz Cas Fri 2, that was Rondleman. SB would have reacted to being called "Rondo" and would probably not help out Homestar.

Also if you look at the puppet stuff menu on the toons page you'll see that the icon for #1 is "Biz" whereas #2 is "Cas", hinting at a #3 "Fri"

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A great li'l toon. Not as good as #1, but still really good.

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Did anyone else think Homestar looked like a girl with that tinsel on his head? Ya know, cuz the tinsel is like a ponytail....

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Princess of StrongBadia wrote:
Did anyone else think Homestar looked like a girl with that tinsel on his head? Ya know, cuz the tinsel is like a ponytail....

Li'l bit. I wasn't sure what it was at first.

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But were those two guys Strong Bad was talking to the Brother Chaps?

I assume one of them was Mike, while Matt was operating the puppet.

Maybe both were Mike. As we saw in the PQ Trailer, TBC know how to make one person be two people on camera.

Or maybe it was the long-forgotten Craig Zobel.


On the H*R wiki, it says it is Ryan Sterritt. http://www.hrwiki.org/index.php/Shareholders

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Was Homestar drunk? Or was it a severe hangover?

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Kimmy Rose wrote:
Was Homestar drunk? Or was it a severe hangover?


Severe hangover.

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