NOTE: This story is not supposed to be a comedy, it's supposed to be a moral-teaching sequel to "Homestar Runner Enters the Strongest Man in The World Contest."

One day, Homestar Runner was walking along with his best friend Pom Pom when they noticed a shiny sign with a colourful advertisement. The sign read, "Enter the Ultimate Contest." The Ultimate Contest would apparently be a plethera of mini-contests, and the prize was a huge gold medallion with a star imprinted on its front. Homestar and Pom Pom decided to enter the contest.
They trained very hard and in all sorts of different activities. While they were doing so, Strong Bad, the contestant who had cheated in the Strongest Man in the World Contest approached them, grinning. "I'm really going to win this time!" He exclaimed.
Pom Pom and Homestar figured that he was just going to cheat again, so they followed him home to uncover his dishonest plan. However, when they arrived, they saw something that surprised them. Strong Bad and his small, yellow pal, The Cheat, were training. They were working very hard, and in a harmless way. Homestar and Pom Pom were very relieved.
On the day of the contest, it was explained that there would be a series of small competitions, and the person with the most wins would gain the gold medallion. The only contestants were Homestar, Pom Pom, and Strong Bad.
The contests began. The first one was a rollar-skating race. It was very close, but Strong Bad won, and he didn't cheat.
The next contest was a weight-lifting match. Homestar won it.
Then was an archery contest. Strong Bad won it, and he still didn't cheat.
The final competition would be the most difficult. Each contestant had to jump in the nearby lake and use only their bare hands to capture a huge fish. The guy with the biggest fish would win.
The three competitors entered the water. Pom Pom caught the first fish. It was fairly big. Homestar emerged second. His fish was slightly larger than Pom Pom's. Strong Bad came out a while later, and when he did, he was carrying the most enormous fish either of them had ever seen! He'd obviously won. Strong Bad had three wins, and Homestar had one, so Strong Bad was up for the prize.
The judge looked puzzled. "There's no way he won!" He exclaimed doubtfully. "He's not athletic, and he cheated last time! He must've cheated again!"
"That's not true!" Homestar protested.
"Yeah!" Pom Pom agreed in bubble language. "We saw him training. He worked really hard to win this contest!"
So, Strong Bad won the gold medallion with the star imprinted on it. It just goes to show you that once a cheater is not always a cheater.
"I just have one question." Strong Bad told Homestar and Pom Pom. "Why were you guys watching me train?"
T H E E N D ! !

It could be a story of morality, or it could be your way of having Strong Bad win a contest.