Many, if not all, have one or more "easter eggs" hidden within the animation. I have been a fan of Homestarrunner.com for almost 2 years now (maybe more)and have watched all 104 current strongbad emails many times over. The other animations are great too.
I actually own homestarrunner.com merchandise. Seeing someone wearing a strongbad hoodie invokes that same weird feeling of comradery as seeing a fellow buzzer in the original bright yellow buzz shirts.
Yes, I am a Geek, just ask my wife.
*** This post was edited by James K 5/26/2004 12:16:06 AM ***
My favorite StrongBad (and I was so depressed I couldn't remember which one it was last night to watch it again) is the one where some dude named "Stiny" writes in about him being a superhero and he has him as a sidekick. "Stiny, get me a danish!!"
Long live fhuqwagads!
--Brett, who thinks Six Flags should change their name to Mount Ridesplace to get a new "fresh" image ...
Gonch, most have extended endings if you leave them up there on the screen for long enough. Another trick is to scroll your pointer across the words that SB is typing. There's almost always fun little popups there. (There are a couple in this particular one, too.)
I was actually going to contribute this, but figured Jeff'd see it anyhow.
My favorite part is actually the river ride at the end. Who hasn't been on a ride where the operator speaks with that exact inflection? Genius.