Why you don't get published.
A sad bone wailed over the mournful obbligato of a lonely sax...And thus begins the dick story. I didn't just find my thrill on Blueberry Hill, I found EE's sad tale of two dicks bound for bad times.
These were really good!Since when did BT start writing screenplays! My favorite line from his was something about the twenty turning into bourbon. I liked that.My favorite line in EE's was oyster fruit. I also liked the maple syrup metaphor.Now that you've done Dick, can you do Jane?Love these!!:-)
a fat guy in a pool full of blind narwhals? OMG, the bad metaphores in that last one were hysterical!So, EE, did you finally let Robin help with the voice overs?
I thought I recognized Chazz Palminteri in that last one.The production values keep getting better and better.
I had almost forgotten the narwhal line. Very well done.
Something you'd like to tell us?http://www.tnt.tv/dramavision.jsp?cid=40379(Unfortunately you have to sit through a commercial before seeing the video.)
Damn - that voice is pretty close, ril.EE, I love your shorts. You and BT made for a special double feature...oops, sorry, it took a while to write this as I was Googling for Erin Hogan and that took me to David Ulin and that took me to a blog I hadn't heard of called Critical Mass...
Yes, why exactly DID she slap down a couple big capital EEs on the table, huh?
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