Bad Bad Guy wrote:
I'll write an FBI warning later if I feel like it.
I have two ideas for an FBI warning:
Strong Sad walks up and looks over the text and then turns to the camera and says: "In layman's terms, each day something is copied from an original source, that original source dies a little more." That line, of course, is a reference to his "catch phrase", seen in "Who Said What Now?" and "Halloween Potion-ma-jig".
The text is blue (like on the fifth disc of SBEmails). Homsar then shuffles up to the screen upside-down, suspended from the ceiling. He then "screams" three times. Every time he screams, he and the text spin around, like on his character video. After each screen, he and the text are shown at different angles. Finally, after his third scream, Homsar is now right-side-up and the text upside-down. He then says, "The blueberry billboard forbids you to duplicate!" On "duplicate", his bowler hat splits in two and then rapidly multiply until the hats cover the entire screen.
Now, my idea for a theme parody Saturday morning cartoon TV shows of the 1970s and '80s (and be "aired" on Strong Badia's own TV station, Action Cool 5), with each of the section menus being themed to different shows. For example, they could use shows that already exist, like "The Homestar Runner Mysfit-steries" (which parodies those Hanna-Barbera shows of the 1970s involving a group of teens and a creature with them solving mysteries (i.e., Scooby-Doo, Jabberjaw)) and "Saturday Mornideo Games" (which parodies shows involving multiple video games (i.e., Saturday Supercade, Captain N: The Game Master)). One show they could make especially for the DVD is the one called "Strong Badd Video" (I misspelled it on purpose so as for it to further parody what it is intended to parody: "Kidd Video", which aired in the mid 1980s on NBC).
"The Homestar Runner Mysfit-steries" characters, by the way, would be accompanied (on the menu) by accompanied by a new character called Cheaty-Dee, which is just a "teen" version of The Cheat.