Posted by Darth Dobbin at 188.8.131.52 on January 18, 2001 at 17:51:16:
I've been away from this board for a spell, excuse me if this has been askified..
But I've been addicted to NBC's keenest new comedy ED, thanks in no small part to the frickin' brilliant comedic stylings of Michael Ian Black.
To say the guy rocks is like saying DaVinci could draw pretty good. He is funny squared. With a side of funny. And heavy on the funny sauce.
Anyhoo, here's my Q for U.
Now that he's on a hit network show (exec produced by the godfather of cool himself, Mr. David Letterman) is there some hollywood-synergy-one-hand-washes-the-other-type possibility that like-minded, and like-humored power-broker-guy might watch a copy of BIG HELIUM DOG, and then sign you to make with the funny for NBC? Or, more probably, Worldwide Pants?
Related Question- Now that Michael Ian Black has more of a following and national exposure, does that at least warrent another look by distributors for BIG HELIUM DOG, at least as a direct-to-video, if not theatrical release?
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