When I was growing up, there was nothing more exciting than a new Strong Bad Email (or as they were known by fans, “sbemails”) going up on Homestar It can be substituted with any “illion” number—million, billion, trillion—or we can get rid of that all together, since there is a one-to-one ratio.To date, Strong Bad has answered over 200 questions, introducing us to such cult classics as Trogdor, Teen Girl Squad, and, of course, fhqwhgads. So the question Strong Bad is really asking is “Would it be so bad to get one email every second asking the same question?would be revived — and that we might eventually be rewarded with a new installment of the beloved “Strong Bad Email” segment, first introduced in 2001.It took a little while, but we are pleased to say that dream has now come true.
Using a special holographic ring to disguise her appearance, she and her robotic ...
However, what we’re really looking at is the ratio of emails to seconds, not the number itself.
It's true that, as Strong Sad mentions, “a jillion” is not a number.
He has no arms, wears a red t-shirt with a star on it, and has long legs that appear to end in white shoes with blue bottoms.
He is also bleach white with an underbite and black eyes.