I was going to call it “my” episode of Cave-In, but when I think about it, I’m not sure I want to claim the whole thing. My bit starts at six minutes in.
So, some observations:
- Calling in and talking to Weldon was actually a lot more fun than watching/listening to myself talk to Weldon.
- After three days, I only remembered about 25% of what I said to him, if that. I guess I was just really in the moment.
- I’ve often heard puppeteers say that they feel less inhibited performing puppet characters, but I was surprised to find out that the opposite is also true. Obviously I’ve met Steve, but I don’t know him THAT well, and having admired him from a distance for so long, there are things that I would feel awkward talking to him about, yet I think I would feel more comfortable saying them to Weldon.
- Weldon speaks the truth about pumpkin spice. I’m glad someone finally decided to stand up and tell it like it is.
- You know, I knew I had a habit of nervous giggling, but boy, I sure do giggle a lot when I’m nervous.
I haven’t watched the whole thing again yet because I have other things to do, but it does appear to have been edited a little, which is good. Thank you, Weldon (and Steve)!
For the record, I want to say that I do like weddings. There is, however, a tiny portion of me that feels bitter and resentful about other people’s happiness, so I magnified that for comedic purposes.