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The Dangeresque, Too?, also referred to as the Dangeresque Shades, is a miscellaneous item for the Demoman. It is a pair of white "shutter shades", as worn by Homestar Runner - the titular character from the Homestar Runner series of Flash animations - in the cartoon of the same name. They are unlocked by defeating Strong Bad during a round in Poker Night at the Inventory in which he has bought in with the item instead of cash.
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- This misc item was made paintable and giftable.
- The Dangeresque, Too? has a minor clipping problem with some hats like the Spine-Chilling Skull and the Saxton Hale Mask
- It has a minor glitch when sometimes killed by a headshot the Dangeresque, Too? would fall off while another pair would stay on
- The shades come from Strong Bad's low-budget, Ed Wood-esque action series Dangeresque (consisting of only three films). Dangeresque Too (usually spoken as Dangeresque...Too?), Dangeresque's (Strong Bad) sidekick, played by Homestar Runner, wears these shades. They first show up in Strong Bad email #106: dangeresque 3.
- As well as being used in the cartoon, they were also featured in Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People, Episode 4: Dangeresque 3: The Criminal Projective by Telltale.
- Shutter shades were invented in 1927, but they became popular during the 1980's (nearly 15 years after TF2 takes place).
- The official item description is a reference to the movie trope of turning away from explosions as they explode in slow-motion for dramatic effect.
- The in-game description references the poker term "splashing the pot," which means to haphazardly push or throw chips into the center of the table instead of keeping them separate from other players' chips. This practice is frowned upon, as it can make it difficult to account for the amount of chips anted.
- When the Shades are equipped with the Hustler's hallmark, the Shades stick through the top of the Hallmarker because of the low angle its placed on the Demoman's head, this causes a lot of Demoman players to paint their shades the same color as the Hallmarker to make it look better.
- These are not Strong Bad's shades he uses in the Dangeresque games and SBemails.
- Equipped with the spine-chilling skull, the Dangeresque, Too? surpass the spine-chilling skull.
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