Shout out to
Anthony Blackburn for making this amazing stop-motion Lego recreation of Adam declaring his love for that homeless woman he met earlier in the day. Lot going on in that episode, worth a repeat viewing.
I’ve never made stop-motion but I’ve walked in slow motion a few times, and it’s hard. If by some chance the whole video is made… it’ll get thrown up here in fast-motion.
Happy Monday! Got any bath salts?
Sewer Dwayne contemplates whether he wore his dress overalls or his laying-around overalls to Karl’s Wedding.
Blake prepares to surprise the bridesmaids,
Mrs. Doubtfire style.
Thoughts running through Karl’s mind as he stood waiting for his Bride-to-Be
(who quickly became Bride-to-Never-be): “This is the girl I’m going to spend at least the next six months with.”
“Choosing Blake over my brother to be my best man was the right decision, because Blake is looking out for my best interests. That, and my brother drowned in that wave pool 2 years ago.”
“MOMMY, IF YOU CAN READ MY THOUGHTS, DON’T BUCK DERS! HE’S MEAN!”
“Where’d I park the rape van? Oh right, sold it.”
“Glad I poured that ‘Tussin neat before I came out here, really helped calm the nerves.”
“Sewer Dwayne’s lost weight.”
“These glasses really correct more than just the wonky eye, feel like I’m seeing the world for the first time… Wait, Hannah’s Korean?!”
“This is the first wedding I’m in that isn’t one of Mommy’s.”
“Glad Adam found love. And one of my usual customers.”
“Shoulda signed that pre-nup.”
Of course, there’s no way to tell for sure what Karl was thinking, but at any time
is a solid guess. Tacos and Drugs
The 2011 Two Horsepower Carriage Deluxe.
During the scene where Ders yells at Karl and tells him his wedding will never be classy because Karl is nothing but “dirty brown water trash” I was standing nearby and I started laughing, a lot.
Unfortunately Kyle could hear me and he also started laughing and basically I ruined a take. I figured they’d fire me and find a new Writers’ Assistant, but luckily nothing terrible happened.
-“Oakland” Tony Goodman