Saturday, January 19, 2008

Watching the Comic Frenzy mock show — definitely a foray

So, I checked my name on the list of who made it into the mock show, so the people in Comic Frenzy could make one last decision on who made Comic Frenzy. Aaaand...drum roll, please...

I didn't make it. No big surprise, really. But all the people on the list were people I'd enjoyed watching and playing with during tryouts, so I made up my mind to go to the mock show anyway.

It was hilarious. Almost as good as a normal Comic Frenzy show, although a little unorthodox. By the end, I pretty much had decided who "fit the bill" and who probably wouldn't make it. But that didn't mean it wasn't an awesome time all around.

Especially 'cause the people in Comic Frenzy got to watch and make suggestions, which they thoroughly enjoyed, I'm sure. One was a movie called "Fleece Go" and ended up being about knitted fleece that a grandma made in the attic in 90 degree temperatures. Oh, and goat milk. I have no idea — don't ask me.

Who ended up getting in the show? Three people: Steven Hopkins, a guy we called Old Davey, and Lizanne something or other. I know the first and last name of the first guy 'cause he's a photographer for Scroll and we put their whole names in photo bylines. What a small, small campus, eh? And a funny, funny Comic Frenzy that I'm anticipating this semester. Hope they don't let me down. :)

1 comment:

JoMarch said...

Awww, that's the pits. You'll just have to do something like Comic Frenzy when you live in Maryland!