I found this awesome-but-creepy Arrested Development fan art thanks to the Internet. I particularly love Buster’s demonstration of his Milford Academy education (you can always tell a Milford man) and Lucille 2′s vertigo getting the best of her.
There are a few other shows that are featured in the full post, which you can check out here. Being the biased AD fan that I am, I think the Arrested art is the best, but I’ll let you, our millions of listeners, decide.
Oh, boy, did we ever have fun recording this episode. In fact, we had so much fun, that we did it again on Sunday. In fact, we had so much so much fun that I mistakenly forgot to record the audio from Bryce and Mike the first time so we’d have to do it again.
With two episodes in the can, and feeling pretty good, we officially launched today! If you’re here from one of our social media pushes, thanks for stopping by! You can listen to our first two episodes using the players built into the site, or you can subscribe through iTunes to automatically get new ones. Have something to add? Want to share your love? We want to hear from you. Call 605.610.8080 or send e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Playboy.com asks David Cross twenty questions. He admits to doing cocaine in the company of President Obama, announces that he loves nudity, and says he’s much more confident in the new Arrested Development.
I’m slowly turning this into a routine. We recorded episode 002 on Sunday this week, instead of Saturday. That puts me a day behind my editing, but – best case scenario – I only need the amount of time we recorded plus twenty minutes to edit the whole thing. Mostly my job has been removing coughs and rare mess-ups or misspeaks.
The website is coming along, too. I made another run through the settings for the podcasting software we’re using and the theme we’re using, fine-tuning things. I also submitted our podcast to iTunes. Now we wait with baited breath for the results. I imagine within the next 24 to 48 hours we’ll have a response.
I’ve also put in a request to a local band to use one of their songs for our podcast theme. The band is called Amos Slade, and I’ve fallen pretty hard for one of their tracks, Real vs Imaginary. I think there’s a fair to strong chance that they’ll turn me down, but I figured that it was worth a shot. I’m lukewarm about our current theme; I love their song; and I love the idea of using a local band.
Anyway. That’s it for now. Back to the editing room!