To When You're Here,
I was working on a script that would be a great episode for Camp Camp. I was pairing characters to what I had wrote to advance the plot; questions wrapped up in a sleeping bag full of subtle shenanigans. The credits started to roll, and I saw that Blaine does the voice for NURF. I found out that I didn't, I didn't want to know that. Now, all I can see now is Blaine making a double-chin face, crossing his eyes, and doing an impression of South Park's Cartman, explaining something fucked up about himself. Oh, poor NURF (his name will always be completely capitalized in my mind). He is such a fun character to write. "Bye Guys, I'm going to staple a squirrel to a tree. It'll remind me of holidays at home."
Sometimes, it can throw you off when you know the many faces of a voice actor. I am positively and negatively affected by it; and I love it. The joy of writing, the joy of making someone smile so hard it looks like they have to pee, but they're just too shy to ask to pause the episode.
Be Polite, Beautiful Bitches.
Now back to writing an episode for Camp Camp. An episode that can truly show how "culty" the indoctrination ceremony for the OA. I know, I'm a member.
Next Episode: The Order of the Pharaoh, where the campers make fun of 2017's Mummy Movie. David professes his love to Isis, and then tries to marry Isis (*spoiler, After taking off her headdress, shaped like a throne, the goddess beats the crap out of David with her portable sized ankh. Next time on Camp Camp. *The background music sounds like Monster Mash Party ;) May be even make a reference to