Sons of Tucson has been pulled from Fox’s schedule until June. We shot 13 episodes and 4 of them aired. Presumably the rest will air in June. You’ll hear about it here last.
My latest gig is on this new show. It’s the best thing I’ve worked on since Malcolm in the Middle. And it shares much of that show’s sensibility. Premiers Sunday, March 14th on Fox at 9:30 pm, right after Family Guy.
Few Youtubes make me jealous. But damn I should have done this one.
Mr. Gum is a book series for kids that is wildly popular in the U.K. and has just reached our shores here in the USofA. I have the honor of working with the author, a mad genius named Andy Stanton, on an animated series based on these wonderful books. Our project is in the very [...]
January 29, 2008 | 10 Comments
As for me, not many. 17
An audio guide to a mediocre painting by an obscure painter who never intended his painting to be seen.
December 6, 2007 | 6 Comments
A few years ago I took the audio tour at the Getty Museum. There I found what I still consider to be the greatest piece of found comedy ever. It is the audio description of a painting by Italian Renaissance artist Dosso Dossi. Never mind who Dosso Dossi is! It doesn’t matter! I didn’t know [...]
As a member of the Writers Guild of America, I took to the picket line this week to strike for residuals on internet downloads of programs I’ve written. Here is my strike diary: 9:00 a.m. I arrive at the Sony lot in Culver City to sign in and pick up my free t-shirt. There are [...]
March 21, 2007 | 18 Comments
The president does not want Carl Rove to testify to Congress under oath. It’s widely assumed that this is to avoid risking perjury. But the real reason Carl Rove can’t take an oath is much simpler. It’s because taking an oath involves touching a bible, and he cannot safely do so without incurring second- or [...]
The answers to many common rhetorical questions can be found here. Please browse this page and make sure your particular rhetorical question has not already been answered before asking it. Q. What part of the word “no” didn’t you understand? A. Actually the word “no” has only one part. And I understand it completely. My [...]
If you hadn’t noticed, Republicans have recently decided that the opposing party is now called “The Democrat Party” instead of “The Democratic Party.” Many Democrats try to complain about this, but it’s impossible to do without sounding whiny. Which is exactly what makes it a really good slam. My suggestion: Democrats should start calling their [...]