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Kudos to the writer and production staff. A good lesson in presenting an honest to goodness message with humor. Thanks for sharing with the rest of us!
who says it’s not real….I just joined the “Timmy Gordon is a Real Wet Blanket” group…..there goes my etiquette out the door…LOL!
I agree, the video is brillant. A throwback to the Now.
For writers/producers/performers, the biggest creative lesson it offers is the importance of committing to the reality of a piece. They didn’t “wink at the audience”; once they established the reality of the concept, they committed to it 100%.
Especially in radio, many people ruin even a funny idea by adopting a jokey, look-how-clever-I-am approach.
Yes, it’s funny and very well done; but did you notice at about 10 seconds into it – the film and sound skip a couple of times just like an old 16mm film that’s been spliced too much. Greatness!
Gee Dan, that was swell.
oh come on! I posted this to my facebook page before I even watched it (which I haven’t finished doing) and I used the word “Swell” — It didn’t take you x minutes to get to Swell! (I can’t fill in the x cause hitting Comment tossed you off the page apparently)
Looking forward to the rest of the video!
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