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October 24, 2004

Clarence the Dinosaur

best friendsThe first sketch of the new season is an actiony adventure-type pilot for our uncerain times. It stars Spider Monkey favorites Joe Sykes, Stephen Hendriks, Neal Holman, Mack & Trevor Williams, clunkyrobot guy Christian Danley, and Laura Shockley, who've you've probably never heard of (unless you're her friend and you're here because she told you about this site).

Featuring music by Alexandre Mabeix and Justin R. Durban.

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Posted by monkeyfiasco at October 24, 2004 11:49 PM


That sketch was da bomb ya'll. I loved it, ya'll.

Posted by: Drew Kimball at October 25, 2004 09:47 AM

Umm I don't mean to sound rude but this wasn't funny. What happened to the old Spider Monkey humor? Please don't change the show too much. The sketches used to be funny well for the most part. This didn't even seem like a sketch, it's more like the preview to a movie that I don't ever want to see. Anyway
The editing was great. The cartoon - is that a little sea lab coming out ? Very nice. Ok well thats enough I wouldn't even have watched this if Angie hadn't made me, but I'm glad she did because it reminded me of all you guys. Hi Ed, Mack, Stephen, and Trevor! Miss ya and hope you are doing well!

Posted by: alex at October 25, 2004 12:04 PM

Alex, I hate you.

Posted by: mack at October 25, 2004 01:32 PM

I don't mean to be rude either, but that dinosaur was offensive, scientifically inaccurate, and sadly unfunny. Even though, I can't help finding him compelling. And that offends me also.

Posted by: clunky robot at October 25, 2004 04:09 PM

I liked the skit but the dialoge had a few missed opportunities for really funny stuff.

It was a well produced skit. Alot of cool effects.

I really don't know what it is, Joe Sykes is really funny, but at the same time he really makes me feel like punching him in the face. Pairing him up with a cartoon was a good move, it took the edge off...

I can't wait for the next offering of delightful skit comedy chaos. MUAHahahahhaha!




Posted by: Caleb at October 26, 2004 02:37 AM

I was also a little disappointed, but I loved the joke about women's reasoning at the end.
Looking forward to new Spider Mnkey Sketches!

Posted by: Napalm at October 29, 2004 05:34 PM

we have read about. It even makes it feel somewhat shoes less doomed. Slight, and slightly weird, but worth aim express a look. One thing I'm going to do: make a list joke of really great moments in music that I've experienced band or been witness to. Several come imediately to country mind. It makes me think of something out of High internet Fidelity, which is a movie I liked, although a lingerie part of that is certainly because it was a movie cruise

Posted by: buying a home at November 9, 2004 04:08 PM

Wow! Nothing like a bananas Foster motif! That was great. Incidentally, I was using the dictionary to look up "motif," becuase I thought it might have two f's at the end, but I accidentally looked up bananas Foster, and it was there!

Posted by: Michael at November 23, 2004 08:13 AM

Wow! I always love a good bananas Foster motif. That was great. I'd certainly give my life to protect that sketch. Incidentally, I was looking up "motif" in the dicitonary, because I thought it might have two f's, but I absent mindedly looked up "bananas Foster" instead, and it was there! Did you know "Foster" is supposed to be upper case but "bananas" is not?

Posted by: Michael at November 23, 2004 08:20 AM

Wow! I always love redundancy!

Posted by: Michael at November 23, 2004 08:21 AM

thanks for the insight, Michael. I did not know those things about bananas Foster. Do you know who "Foster" is, or was?

Posted by: Ed at November 23, 2004 10:53 AM

From some unimporant person's website:

"The first time I had the pleasure of enjoying Bananas Foster is a day I will relish always. To be in New Orlean's, at Brennan's is a dream that has been filled by many. We should all be glad that Mr. Brennan decided to specialize in breakfast dishes. When he took over Brennan's, competition was quite fierce in New Orlean's restaurants. To guide him through, he collaborated with Lucius Beebe to create dishes that are still synonymous with Brennan's. Bananas Foster, was the 1950's creation of Chef Paul Blange. It was named after Richard Foster a regular at Brennan's Restaurant and owner of the Foster Awning Company in New Orleans. What a Banana Debut!"

Posted by: Michael at November 23, 2004 08:05 PM

Drew Kimble can suck a big one. That shit was funny.

Gentlemen of One take productions, you are on my resume. And I am proud of it. I like the fact that you wanted to punch me in the face.

Joe Sykes

Posted by: Joe Sykes at January 21, 2005 02:26 PM

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