Strong Bad, the opinionated advice columnist and one of the stars of the popular Internet cartoon series Homestar Runner, answers email inquiries with a hilarious combination of sarcasm and biting wit. This collection of shorts features Strong Bad's best moments and all his well-known catchphrases. The set also includes several unreleased shorts, karaoke videos and behind-the-scenes footage of creators Mike and Matt Chapman in action.
The director's father, who did not know how to use a computer, left her an autobiography via email. It includes his whole life through many notable events such as the Korean War, the Vietnam War, 88's Seoul Olympic, New Town Development, etc.
Trecartin describes (Tommy-Chat Just E-mailed Me.) as a "narrative video short that takes place inside and outside of an e-mail." Trecartin's intense visualization of electronic communication is inhabited by a cast of stylized characters: Pam, a lesbian librarian with a screaming baby in an ultra-modern hotel room; Tammy and Beth, who live in an apartment filled with installation art; and Tommy, who is seen in a secluded lake house in the woods. Pam, Tommy and Tammy are all played by Trecartin, who, wearing his signature make-up, jumps back and forth between male and female roles. Totally self-absorbed and equipped with vestigial attention spans, the characters are constantly communicating with one another on the phone or online.