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The "Lazy Chef" sketches typically don't have any outside influence when they're written. This particular episode is actually based off a demonstration a classmate gave in a speech class (although he did have the materials with him). This was our final speech for the class and was supposed to last 10-12 minutes. Needless to say, he didn't do well. I think he thought offering the teacher an ice cream float was bribery enough to get a passing grade.
As promised, here's the followup to Eat Healthy, Kids! As usual, what drove me to make this was anger and disgust (either or is what makes for the best comedy, I say) and I tend to get driven to create when fueled by both or either of the two. This made me think: Most of my material comes from a negative feeling. Am I unable to produce something that doesn't have cynicism or anger at its core? If it wasn't for the Beatles cartoon I did (and another I'm currently working on), I'd say that thought is true. I have such disappointment and exhaustion with society that the bulk of my work springs from negative feelings. I guess it's healthier than violence. I wish everyone would have an outlet for their frustrations like I do.
Feel free to discuss or not. Also, sandwich orders will be accepted.
Currently running is an auction I've organized to help benefit Heal the Bay and gain support for helping the late Phil Hartman receive a star on Canada's Walk of Fame. The auction is for a one-of-a-kind Unfrozen Caveman Lawyer plush doll, which comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by Phil's brother Paul.
The doll was created by Leeanna Butcher.
You can hear more about how this came about in the following video. Please feel free to share with friends or "friends". Thanks for your time!
Something special that I hope you'll share and support. Thanks!
One of the first cartoons I made about 4 years ago... Now in H-DEEEEEEEE!
In eye-boggling H-Deeeeeeeeeee!
Any questions? Feel free to ask!