character: keegan


Thank you Keegan for seven years of Toby Cavanaugh. His character development was truly incredible. From playing the outsider who didn’t fit to going from a carpenter to a cop while playing the villain somewhere in between, everything you’ve brought to the character of Tobias Cavanaugh has been amazing. We will miss him on our screens but we will always cherish the memories of him you have given us.

Keegan-Michael Key on Horatio

What’s fascinating about Horatio?

When I was younger, he interested me because I didn’t have enough confidence to think I could play Hamlet. [Laughs.] So I’ll just play the best friend. Now, there’s a lovely speech in the play, where Hamlet talks about Horatio being a man who is “not a pipe for Fortune’s finger.” He’s the steady rock — he can handle anything. And I go, Oh, I want to be like Horatio.

“Hamlet” is about three and a half hours. Have you ever had a live theatrical experience that’s as demanding as this one?

This is going to sound strange, but sometimes we forget how good of a writer this guy is. You’re tired, and then sometimes you just lock in and you start really listening to one of your cast mates speaking. And it lifts you up. The language is so full and dynamic and descriptive and whole. You can’t help but be turned on by it. Nobody wants two-show days, and I can’t wait for two-show days. I can’t wait.


I just realized I never posted this here. 

As you may know, Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys created what’s widely regarded as the best album of all time when he was just 23 years old. Well I just turned 23, and I already managed to one-up him with “Pet Sounds™ 2”! Be sure to keep an eye on Spotify to hear the REAL best album of all time. Thanks for the support. BYE!

But it became clear very quickly that I’d underestimated how much I liked him. Not him, perhaps, but the fact that I had someone on the other end of an invisible line. Someone to update and get updates from, to inform of a comic discovery, to imagine while dancing in a lonely basement, and to return to, finally, when the music stopped.
—  Marina Keegan, The Opposite of Loneliness.

Here anon! Pants and some of his buddies. There was also a hound mix , rottie / lab mix, and a puggle but they stood by the door most of the time and aren’t impressed by the shenanigans of these guys.

Here we have Pants, Marv, and Tempe . Kamo the blue Merle (also intact and he’s Pants’ uncle though they have never played before. ) and Keegan the black tri. Ripley the Springer and Beatrice the Basset. Pants adores Bea. He was actually really good yesterday , especially considering we discovered Tempe is in season.