It took only a few hours for the new season of
The 15 new episodes of the long-canceled cult favorite became available for viewing via
The reference is to the words that appear as a digital watermark on screen whenever brief clips from the show's original three seasons (which aired on Fox) are used. So far (and I've watched about two thirds of the 15 episodes) there has been no other reference to -- or explanation of -- the watermark, which makes it exactly the kind of meta in-joke the show is known for.
"I designed it quickly when I took a break from binge-watching the new season," Striffler said in an email.
In the week since, lots of other folks have followed Striffler's lead and tried to make hay with the new season's many in-jokes (including T-shirts advertising a faux action sports brand called
Striffler's $16.95 T-shirts are being sold through a website called beobscure.com, which sells a range of tees that similarly key in to other movies and TV shows, such as a "Shawarma" T-shirt that references "The Avengers," and "White/Pinkman 2016" (