Saturday, 22 March 2014

Finding Jesus

Well it wasn’t so much ‘finding’ as slapping a beard on a woman and going ‘blimey you look like a typical renaissance depiction of the founder of Christianity! We must use this to our advantage.’

At first the hibernating Holly, the person to be beard slapped, was reluctant to leave her dark and dingy cave, so Simon had to invent a supermegabiggerburger, which is the biggest burger around, it is so big that it is not only mega big, it is super mega big, but not as big as those ones on man versus food because they are just silly. After wafting the scent of the supermegabiggerburger outside Holly’s cave for about twenty minutes, there came a sound. A sort of roaring, yawning sound, and a bit of burping, and she emerged, all hair and rage, heading straight for the supermegabiggerburger.

Brave hero that he is, Simon backed off slowly, using a large brush to fend off her clumsy attempts to get hold of the supermegabiggerburger, and eventually he was able to get Holly in front of the green screen where she put on a white sheet and a curtain to take some hilarious photos.

She was then rewarded with the supermegabiggerburger! WOOT!

“What does all this mean?” you ask!


IT IS NEWS!!!! This announcement means that COMING SOON will be a new little series of webisodes featuring a very convincing Jesus Christ!

“What will it be called?” I hear you asked excitedly!

Why, JESUS IN SPACE, of course!

Friday, 14 March 2014

New stuff and that

I suppose you want to know what awesome things we've been doing with our green screen. Well frankly that's none of your business, but I will say that as well as the sketch in which a nameless interviewer interviewed an art critic that we'd just put out the last time we bothered to write anything on this blog, we've also done a sketch in which a nameless interviewer interviews a footballer

and a sketch in which a nameless interviewer interviews a moon landing conspiracy nutter.

As you can see, we've embraced this technology that allows us to produce pretty much any sketch we can think of, and used it to produce three that are almost identical.

Forgive Me Father continues, of course, and is hurtling towards its gripping finale - honestly, it's a good one, you won't be disappointed, unless you've got your heart set on it all being a dream in which case you're in for a bitter blow. And there are only two episodes left, so if you haven't even started watching it yet, this would be a good time to start. I've given you the link, I can't make it easier than that.

"I'm not watching three and a half hours of your face with only your word that it's any good," is probably what you're thinking. Well, now you can have someone else's word, because it's only gone and had a review! A proper one on a proper website and everything! Go and read it now. Did you read it? Did you read the bit that said it's "genuinely gripping and Goodway’s heartfelt performance is frankly touching"? Yes, I thought you'd like that bit.

And that's all that's happened.

Sunday, 2 March 2014

Going green

Two whole weeks we've left you bereft of blog posts! It's terribly cruel, I know, and probably violates the Geneva Convention, and we should be ashamed (we're not) but we've been busy filming wonderful new things for you. We even spent actual money and bought a green screen, so now our sketches can have more interesting backgrounds than a wall! Look, here it is:

You see? You didn't believe me, and now you look like a fool! Unless you did believe me, in which case you just look normal. Now I come to think about it I'm not sure why you wouldn't. Anyway, it has greatly improved our capabilities. If you want to see the difference - and I don't know why you would, but it's a clever way of segueing into showing you our new sketches so let's pretend you do - here's the last one we put out before we got the green screen:

And here's the first one we've put out since:

Money well spent, I'm sure you'll agree. Of course you will, it wasn't your money.

Meanwhile, Forgive Me Father continues and is getting very close to its spectacular finale. If you aren't up to date, you should probably go and catch up with all the episodes at the Forgive Me Father website. Do it. Do it now! Then you should probably tell your friends about it. And your enemies. And random people you see in the street. It's fine, they won't think you're a weirdo or anything.