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What’s up friends, its impressive article concerning cultureand entirely explained, keep it up all the time.
Right away I am going to do my breakfast, once having my breakfast coming yet again to
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Geordie, this looks so good! Looking forward … xoxo
You guys are mad. This is the most original premise I’ve seen in a long, long, long, time. Also, so much innuendo.
Great potential here. Looking forward to seeing more.
Good idea! I think it could be a really fun show. I enjoyed reading through the rest of the website to get more context. I hope you get the funding to expand on this clever idea.
somehow reminiscent of box + cox. (in the nicest of ways) sans bathroom doors?
How I wish I still had that tattered green frock coat the Clerk used to wear. Mind you it would be pretty darn tattered at this point. Thanks!
Excellent! What next?
Well first we have to get through Phase 1 of a funding cycle and then see where it goes from there.
Lovely design and witty banter…I found the essay about Robbie Ross very useful in contextualising where this show might go. Clearly there is more to the gay 90′s than “shits and giggles” as we say in Australia. Pardon the pun.
Hah! Yes the plot eventually involves blackmail and extortion liberally mixed with absinthe and Mariani wine!
Great concept, I’d love to see more. I think this idea has legs, there will be endless situational comedy within this unconventional and complex setting. 1890′s language and double entendres coupled with witty writing could drum up quite a cult following. Have fun laying pipe!
Complex situational comedy indeed! Well put.
So when do I get to see more?
As soon as we secure funding!
Good work best of luck!… are you going to try indigogo or kickstarter??
Hey, Jeff. Thanks. We’re likely are going to do a Kickstarter, but they were apparently recently hacked so we’re holding off slightly until the ‘fix is in’ as it were.
Nicely done, particularly the cinching conclusion. Some queries: why the choice to do it non-contimuously? It works with the bon-mots writing style, but I find the merest suggestion that it might be otherwise (i.e., the continuous film-clip at the beginning — early Manhattan?), made the shift to the shifting stills a bit of a surprise: my suggestion is that you handle the intro like the content. No problems anywhere else: good writing!
Hi Ward. Thanks for the kind words. Mainly, we couldn’t afford to build a period bathroom and so opted for this Ken Burns-style animatic approach. But the final production would mos def be live action. The tag of early footage at the beginning seemed like a good way to immediately establish the era.
Very nice. I would like to see more.
This is funny! I laughed loudly. This is something I would watch. Clever writing, funny writing, you can think about it or not and it’s still good.
scientifically risqué! …. please, don’t leave me … unfulfilled
Very witty! Would love to see this develop into a full fledged series.
Fun. Please keep me on your list for more please.
This looks like a great idea. I look forward to more!
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