Hey! So Emmy nominations begin this and next week. An Emmy nomination for Infinity Train would be a preeeeeetty big deal and would show that people really want it to exist. All I want to do is make it exist!

So if you’re an academy member, I would really appreciate the your vote! If you’re not an academy member and know someone who is, show them the 2.3 million view short on youtube, bake them some cookies, and please ask them to vote for it!


Your support support for the project so far has been outstanding and I can’t even begin to express the amount of gratitude I have for you.

Thank you so much!

Viola Davis is not the “black Meryl Streep”. She is the first Viola Davis.

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Look! There it is! Just sitting there all by it’s lonesome, the only short in the “I” category. If you’re an academy member, vote for Infinity Train! It would mean a lot, not just for the future of the show, but also to everyone who worked on it and put their energy into making it.

Thanks for everyone’s continued support of the show!


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I’m so glad Arrested Development is coming back.  I remember seeing the first season and being astounded by how great, smart and utterly weird it was.

The second you realize that while Michael is outwardly a loving suburban-style TV father, he is still creepy, controlling and eager to dismiss his son and put him in his place.

Michael is the Norma Bates of comedy sitcom parents. 

Season 4 reinforces how weird he has gotten about George Michael. (You moved into his college dorm?! What the hell is wrong with you?! Who does that?!)