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'stan marley, i'll do anyone' I love Stan.
Can you guys maybe get off these mediocre conversations and their tiresome bloopers and get back to the much more funny, entertaining full episodes that really bring your actors and writing to life?
We'd absolutely love too. We'd absolutely love to shoot weekly episodes and release them every monday but we're working with a negative budget and all have full time jobs that we have to work around. There used to be a time where there was nothing between episodes, so now we do our best to provide extra content to keep you active and to tell little side stories with the characters. One day, we'll have an actual budget to pull off an episode a week, I hope... that said, the current episode we're shooting is going to be damn near epic. So, stay tuned.
Well, if these conversations are mediocre then that goes for the show too.... But there not. Ok, sometimes it is not very clever or funny or what not, but there is often something there that glimmers and bring a smile or makes a connection with what is really happenin' in the series.
Mescopolitan was great, in no way mediocre. And bloopers are always just curiosities for the fans.
Of course the main series is what makes me come back here week after week checking if there is a new episode, so I can understand the "wanting" for an episode.
Great show - I recommend it to everybody I meet, although most of em are somewhat adversed to watch shows on the internet for some reason???
Wow, Mint--a talented singer AND multilingual!
Francesca--best giggles ever. I think we need an entire episode dedicated to your giggles.
OI! I could watch the keyboard and mint show for decades on end. perhaps even less long than that. If breaking my leg was as funny as this show, i'd be in a wheelchair.
Just wondering... Have you ever tried putting up a paypal button?
I'm not saying I'd be willing to donate. In fact, I can pretty much guarantee I won't. But The Guild supposedly had some success putting up their own button, so apparently there are some people willing to spend money on things like this. I don't know how much they raised, but if you're working on a negative budget now, I'd love to see what you'd produce breaking even.