"Then Jesus bursts from his ropes and says ‘JESUS SMASH!’ and he goes on a rampage! Smashing this and that! The military is called in!"
"Yes! And they start firing at him, but the shells just bounce off of his skin!"
"He says ‘You make Jesus angry!’"
There are no costumes better than ones taken from improv sketches from podcasts.
Certainly you’ve heard the Jesus Christ Superstar synopsis from the brilliant “Time Bobby” episode (150) of Comedy Bang Bang featuring Paul F. Tompkins as Andrew Lloyd Webber by now, right?
At some point I think every person involved in a creative field asks themselves what drives them to create, and today I came to the realization that for me, on a deep, fundamental level, it’s because I want to connect with other people.
I sometimes feel discouraged, like I haven’t made anything that’s worth connecting with anybody at all, and everything I do is the metaphorical equivalent of shouting, endlessly, into a dark void. Meanwhile, my heart aches for friends I want to see more often but can’t, and trembles for friends whose expectations I want to live up to but am terrified I’ll disappoint. I feel torn and lost and lonely and worthless.
But everyone has days like these. Days where you want to throw your hands in the air and ask “Is it even worth it?” to nobody in particular. I think this tumblr reflects my personality pretty well and it would be dishonest of me to pretend I never have days when I feel sad and talentless and scared. You’ve had days like this too, right? It’ll all be ok.
Just came across this posting. Just so you know, I’m currently wearing a KNIFEGRAB shirt, that you designed, and it’s quickly become my very favourite shirt. So for what it’s worth, something you did made an impact on me.
"Freestyle Rap Battle about butter" - Amy Poehler, Alan Thicke (aka. Paul F. Tompkins), Neil Campbell, Scott Aukerman
from "Poehler Ice Caps", ep. #245 of Comedy Bang Bang
IT MAKES SO MUCH FUCKING SENSE NOW
HAPPY LABOR DAY!
Celebrate all workers by watching this ad for the services of Boardwalk Empire's Richard Harrow.
Paul F. Tompkins
Janie Haddad Tompkins
Directed by Charlie Fonville
Slim Cessna’s Auto Club - This is How We Do Things in the Country, from The Bloody Tenent Truth Peace
This is my new jam.
LOVE IT OR LEAVE IT WENDY