Surprising Events in the Studio


Here’s what we’ve learned so far from our MadLibs last week:

CJ Roulo

We were setting up for the regular HEAVY show about SOCKS. GRAPHICS was already there, acting FLUFFILY and bossing everyone around. I was looking for a TISSUE in THE BREAK ROOM, but could only find a BOOK, so we used that instead. We were all set up when the DOLLY caught on fire. Luckily, the studio tech put out the fire using a PIZZA, but just as we started the show, a KRACKEN burst in and FLEW on the floor.

Nina Perry

We were setting up for the regular fluffy show about paintings. The Floor Director was already there, acting quickly and bossing everyone around. I was looking for a bottle in the control room, but could only find a bear, so we used that instead. We were all set up when the gaffer tape caught on fire. Luckily, the studio tech put out the fire using a bagel, but just as we started the show, a cat burst in and fell down on the floor.

Jo Appogast

We were setting up for the regular show about Everything. The Of Course It is the Director was already there, acting royally and bossing everyone around. I was looking for a the absolutely correct flower arrangement in the junk area of the studio, but could only find a million of them that looked kinda like the one, so we used that instead. We were all set up when the light number 6, of course, (is there any other one?) caught on fire. Luckily, the studio tech put out the fire using the ton of wine stashed in the break room , but just as we started the show, the dog executive producer burst in and rolled on the floor.

Maribea Berry

We were setting up for the regular progressive show about chickens. The Director was already there, acting painstakingly and bossing everyone around. I was looking for a banana in the janitor’s closet, but could only find a ukelele, so we used that instead. We were all set up when the recording deck caught on fire. Luckily, the studio tech put out the fire using a smoothie, but just as we started the show, a skunk burst in and sniffled on the floor.

Nancy Brown

We were setting up for the regular explosive show about hairbrushes.  The graphics operator was already there, acting glacially and bossing everyone around. I was looking for garbage behind the curtain, but could only find a pinky so we used that instead. We were all set up when the headset caught on fire. Luckily, the studio tech put out the fire using goulash,  but just as we started the show, a spider burst in and slept on the floor.