neil having a moment when he starts unpacking all his stuff in his and andrew’s first apartment. because he has so much stuff. he has way more than those eight outfits he always had before he stopped running. more than one pair of shoes. and pictures of not just of kevin but of all the foxes. of him and andrew. all the keys he’s collected over the years. and he’s just added another, a key to his and Andrew’s apartment he has so much. he has andrew.
Around 2012, somebody, I don’t remember who, I’m not entirely sure if I even knew them, asked to look at my sketchbook and I thought, “Well why not it’s not like I draw pornography.” And while they’re going through they see this picture of eight identical young women in various outfits shouting at each other. They ask if it’s supposed to represent the inner torment of the various aspects of the psyche warring against each other.
And I said, “Well, if you must know, it’s me in eight different outfits I actually own performing all the parts in Gee Officer Krupke.”
Suddenly they get very serious and tell me that art should stand for itself and not need lengthy explanations to make sense. I’m not sure what they were expecting from opening a random page in someone’s sketchbook.