“Ted? I, uh... I’ve got some good news, and some bad news.”

Ted the Animator: “Here we go again.”

Carl the Animator: “Well.. which do you want to hear first?”

Ted the Animator: “Umm… the good news? Maybe?”

Carl the Animator: “Alright. *ahem* I sorta accidentally duplicated the weird dog’s arm.”

Ted the Animator: “…the heck? How is that good news?”

Carl the Animator: “Well, in comparison to the bad news, it’s pretty good.”

Ted the Animator: “…what’s the bad news, then?”

Carl the Animator: “Are you sure you want to know?”

Ted the Animator: “Please, continue. Morbid curiosity compels me.”

Carl the Animator: “I also sorta accidentally duplicated the weird guy’s… eyes.”

Ted the Animator: “GAAAAAAAAAAH! That’s terrifying!”

Carl the Animator: “I was working on shelling this pomegranate between frames, and I guess I missed it.”

Ted the Animator: “But… what… how… how did you even manage to….”

Carl the Animator: “It was a really good pomegranate.”

Ted the Animator: “You had to take each photo individually! There’s-… why, there’s at least 10 like this!”

Carl the Animator: “It was a distractingly good pomegranate.”

Ted the Animator: “You had to move him for each frame, change his head under the second set of eyes, and not notice it each time!”

Carl the Animator: “It was probably the best pomegranate the world has ever known.”

Ted the Animator: “I can’t believe how–… wait, really?”

Carl the Animator: “Totally.”

Ted the Animator: “…can I have some?”

Carl the Animator: “Sure, help yourself.”

*8 pomegranate-trying seconds later*

Ted the Animator: “…ok, y’know what, if I was eating this pomegranate while I worked, I’d prolly duplicate some eyes too. You’re excused.”

Carl the Animator:Score!”


Enter The Hillywood Show®’s mind palace in this exciting and in-depth behind the scenes feature of Sherlock Parody!

 From traveling to London, England, filming on actual locations seen in BBC’s Sherlock,  to recreating a screen accurate version of Flat 221B, Hilly and Hannah reveal how they created one of their most detailed and elaborate productions. 13 days of footage and a new parody, oh it’s Christmas!    

anonymous asked:

Ever plan on doing the Addams Family episode of the New Scooby-Doo Movies? (I think that's where it's from)

Don’t worry, we covered it a while ago! 

Here are some highlights:

Freddy did his best Iron Giant impression!

Shaggy lost his eyes!

The mother lost her butt!

And Scooby made some really… 


interesting faces.

One of the things I love about Until Dawn is that it misleads you with its symbolism. When I first started to play the game, I just assumed the various images of butterflies were just heavy-handed references to the Butterfly Effect.

What I didn’t realize up until the end is that there was actually a different meaning to the butterfly that the game was hinting at: the symbol of rebirth. A symbol that very quickly becomes sinister once you find out what happened to Hannah…