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They also reflected on how Homestar Runner had been a common point of reference over which newly formed couples bonded, and how Joss Whedon incorporated references to Homestar Runner into his television shows Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel as further signs of success.
Through 2010, Homestar Runner remained financially viable for the brothers through sales of related merchandise.
Both brothers were married by 2010 and had their children to care for, and they recognized that they would need to find other jobs to support their respective families.
" And so there was this player named Mark Lemke, and they said something like "All star second baseman for the Braves." And our friend [James] knows nothing about sports, and so he would always do his old-timey radio impression of this guy, and not knowing any positions in baseball or whatever, he would just be like, "homestar runner for the Braves." And we were just like, "Homestar Runner? " The idea to use "Homestar Runner" for a children's book came while Mike and Craig were in a bookstore, and commented on how "terrible" the children's books were, prompting the idea to create their own.
They spent around two hours designing the look of Homestar Runner, Pom Pom, Strong Bad, and the Cheat, and completed the book within a day.When Matt had a second daughter, the two agreed to put the series on hiatus, knowing they would want to come back to it but could not guarantee a time frame.