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Haste makes waste, people. I’m telling you.
Also, due to my sloppy handwriting, I refer to Craig Boyd from In Formation as “Chris” during the show. This is what happens when your first two locations for host segments don’t pan out, and you don’t have time to print out a script, relying instead on shorthand notes that you scribbled on the back of an index card with a Sharpie. Sorry, Craig.
That’s sort of the hallmark for this show: It features more on-screen mistakes and bleeping than any other episode to date. That it still rocks is a testament to the powerful stuff contained within. I hope the bands realize that I only make these sort of mistakes with the bands that I really, really like.
To kick off the notes on a personal level: I thought it would be really interesting if I did the show without my trademark hat. I’ve never made any secret of the fact that the hat is there to cover my baldness, but I’m secure enough that I don’t obsess over being seen hatless. It’s a running joke with me. I also decided to grow a goatee for episode 24. Remember, this show was supposed to be online during the fourth week of June, before the summer took an extended turn down “emotional rollercoaster” boulevard. I thought I’d grow this goofy little goatee for a week and then shave it off. I plan to shave it tonight, two months after originally intended.
Also, I decided to wear the Las Vegas long-sleeved T that I grabbed for two bucks at Steve and Barry’s. Over that, I wore a silverish shirt that was a couple more bucks at Gabriel Brothers (we do have such a huge wardrobe budget here at RFC).
Frank Panucci delivers another bit of CGI animated shtuff with “Crowd”. It’s so cool to have an animator in the family. One of these days Frank will finish his movie, “Reperkussionz” and the world will stand still and admire his animatory skills. We use up the last chunk of Frank’s film “Pralines Linger” during the end credits.
IWA East Coast Wrestling is back in action Wednesday night at the South Charleston Community Center. This plucky indy wrestling fed has had a summer nearly as trying as RFC’s, and it’s great to see them back in action. IWA EC is the home of the 108 Dragons, the denizens of Crowza.com, and the creators of Crowza TV. In this episode of RFC we bring you “Cooking With The Atrocity,” the aborted cooking show produced for Crowza TV. It’s pretty bleeping funny.
You’ll see such legendary IWA East Coast Super-Duper Mega Stars as Crowza, Woody Numbers, and The Juggulator as well as The Atrocity and the mysterious GOO. You know it’s going to be a great cooking show when Ninja are involved. I’m shocked that Food Network hasn’t snapped up this show yet.
There you have it: we’re back in the saddle, even if we nearly fell out a few times. Our next episode will feature Joe Slack and The Amazing Delores, and if everything works out, Jesse The Jackhammer will make an appearance. Also, we have plans to shoot host segments at a very special location, and I’m betting that I write a script this time. Tends to go more smoothly when I have the time to do that