Because I've noticed Scott make several references to H*R (good jorb, Scott), I'm assuming they're fans of this website.
So... I dunno, post here with your comments and/or questions about Homestar Runner.
PS. If you haven't heard of this, you're sad. Very sad.
How did you get into/find out about Homestar Runner?
Also, get this. Remember the first time Strongbad's computer explodes, with the e-mail about gimmicks? It is possible that that e-mail is actually mine, but they edited it. I have no way of proving it, and I lost the original e-mail I sent them. So believe it, or not.
I distinctly remember laughing histerically at the intro page where Strong Bad would yell "Somebody get this freakin' duck away from me." That was, at the time, the funniest thing on the Internet.
I haven't kept up with it, but the few times I've gone back to catch up, the quality has varied a lot. I'm not sure if it can ever be as awesome as it was, but it's certainly still entertaining.
Has anyone tried writing an email to Strong Bad? I gave it a shot once, but I can't remember what I asked him.
Our interest then waned. The joke was largely played out, and the newer bits weren't as funny (to us) as they used to be. I still laugh out loud at the first two Halloween specials, and the first thirty or so Strongbad Emails, but I've completely lost interest in H*R.
Of course, that's not to say that we haven't gained an ungodly plethora of catchphrases and in-jokes from it.
About two years later (this January), I found that my cousins from CA are big fans of it, which re-sparked my interest, and I've been watching it pretty much constantly ever since.
PS. Okay, Scott? That pwns. Hard.
I do also have a lot of swag from Homestar Runner, mostly DVDs.
I found it quite funny, though I was not fully acclimated to the inter-tubes, so I thought it was the greatest thing since I discovered that masturbation was a possibility.
The one about fan clubs and fan fiction (and Merry Sues) was great.
"I can do it, I can do it twelve times!"
The actual toons as of late are still just kinda blah or okay, though, except "Trogday 08," which I liked because I had been thinking about the overexposure of Trogdor and whatever happened to The S is For Sucks Dragon a few days prior to its release.