since I fulfilled my onus to you, Sparks Nevada.”
“So Croach, you’ve been
drinking for five months?”
“Ever since my first imbibe-ment”
“On our parting of
ways, huh? I see.”
“What do you see with your limited visual senses?”
“I mean I
understand, Croach. I get it, I’m flattered. But buddy, you do not look good.”
“Pfft, I do not know why you’re flattered. I feel as if I look good. I feel as
if I have been designated Croach the Extremely Good Looking And Who Maybe
Possesses the Ability to Fly. And who are you, Sparks Nevada, that I put your
drink-onus upon my tabulation, and you tell me I do not look good? And why is
this establishment spinning? Answer the second question first….Bagropa, it has
ceased. As to your ingratitude, perhaps you should be designated Sparks Nevada,
the Butt-Milk.” –Sparks Nevada and Croach the Tracker on The Thrilling Adventure Hour: Sparks Nevada, Marshal on Mars
Drunk Croach in that episode was freaking adorable!
‘I miss my Red from my universe, and I also miss myself from my me.’ 'Where’s my Reddy-Red Rider pants gone?’ 'Whoop-de-bagropa’ 'I have no friends nor drinks. But yes I am drunk and we are friends.’ 'You dreamt about me! Come here ginger beer!’ 'Where is my girlfriend you unpleasant cheese from the milk of the single worst and largest butt?’
Also Mark screwing up his line at the start: ’I shall start that all again…. From the song. When there’s varmints….’
……..I finally post photos from NYCC. These are some of my personal favorites of the photos I took at the Sparks Nevada show I attended! Much love to @annakie and @shannondapper for hanging with me and making my first TAH show a memorable one 💖💕
The Thrilling adventure hour ended its 10 year monthly show last night, I will miss it greatly. I should collect all the TAH art I have done in one post but for now here is a new Sparks poster art I did.
Thanks to everyone who joined us last night at Largo at the Coronet. You are our Valentines! Thanks to everyone behind the scenes, Type 55 Films, photographer Roman Cho, master curtaineer Todd Cooper, everyone at Largo, director-down-under Aaron Ginsburg, and the Andy Paley Orchestra! Thanks especially to the always-wonderful WorkJuice Players: Marc Evan Jackson, Paul F. Tompkins, Hal Lublin, Annie Savage, Craig Cackowski, Mark Gagliardi, John Ennis, and Paget Brewster! And thanks to our guests new and returning: Sara Watkins, Jenny Wade, Jane Levy, Lucas Neff, Keegan-Michael Key, Lauren Lapkus, and Janet Varney!