this job looks like fun

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A bubble and a goth

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“I just hope me and my Chauncey are as happy as you and your Jonas were.”

Jungkook Rapping
Jungkook Rapping

Replaying my beloved Banjo-Tooie, and I’ll be drawing some of my favorite characters.

Salty Joe is dissatisfied with his job at a theme park that makes Banksy’s Dismaland look like a fun place to be. If you approach him as Banjo alone, he’ll make uninvited advances to be your new sidekick. He can spit fries really far!

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Behind the Scenes of The Fires of Pompeii (Part Two)

From the DVD Commentary with David Tennant, Catherine Tate, and Tracie Simpson

David Tennant: It was very jolly for everyone to be away together, because usually we’re in Cardiff most of the time - Swansea is about as far as we get usually, so we very rarely are all away together as a company.  It was great, wasn’t it?

Tracie Simpson: My happiest block. As you say, being able to go out, in Rome. We organized a bus, didn’t we - a school trip?

David: We all descended on a very nice restaurant in central Rome.

Tracie: It seemed very nice.

David: It seemed very nice at the start of the meal.

Catherine Tate: It seemed rodent free at the start of the meal.

David: It seemed without pestilence.

Catherine: It did!

David: But, turns out…

Catherine: Turns out… there’s a few little Mickeys running around.

David: There were!  But the best bit of that for me was seeing our inscrutable, unflappable producer, Phil Collinson, standing on a chair, screaming like a four year old girl as a mouse ran under his chair!

Tracie: It was a rat, David.

David: It was a mouse, Trace!

Catherine: Was it really?

Louise: It was a rat.

David: C’mon! I’ve got a photograph of it. I took a photograph of it - it was a mouse.

Louise: It was a rat.

David: It was a big mouse.  It wasn’t a rat.  Rats are big, fat things with long, nasty tails.  It was just a wee mouse.

Catherine: Either way it’s going to put you off your tortellini.

David: Yeah. Then all the staff came out, fairly unperturbed by the whole happening, and started battering it with brooms… which didn’t kill it!  It lived on.

Catherine: They swept it up in the end, didn’t they?

David: Yeah, eventually they did get rid of it, but not before Phil was on the ceiling.

Other Pompeii Behind-the-Scenes posts:  [ one ]  [ three ]  [ four ]
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