Sunday, November 18, 2007

AO: Baby Batter

Welcome back to Abject Objects.

Before we introduce the latest installment in Abject Objects -- the fastest growing cultural phenomenon since pogs -- we'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for tuning in and to tell you, "Get your mind out of the gutter! We're not talking about that kind of baby batter!"

This week, our roundtable will discuss what happens when shit hits the fan and the first thing you grab in an attempt to inflict grade nine brain trauma on your deadbeat boyfriend is... a baby.

Seriously, this really happened.

Please welcome a rusty wrench, a French maid outfit and the Canadian star of a little known cable show with really really shitty animation.

No babies were permanently harmed during the making of this webisode and all will heal in time for the holidays.



Saturday, July 21, 2007

Abject Objects: The Pilot

Ladies and gentlemustards, mix up some kool-aid and defrost the popsicles, it's that time again for the first time... Abject Objects: The Pilot is finally here.

For those of you new to the show and that's everyone, Abject Objects is a round table web show, so it really isn't round -- it's flatter. Hosted by the charming and charismatic Herbert Hockenstocker, Abject Objects debates the important issues of our time, bringing unrivaled insight, asking the tough questions and the illuminating perspectives of our carefully chosen and well vetted guests.

So please welcome, Herbert, Jesus Christ, robot and lamp to the very first episode of Abject Objects -- and get ready for an uncontrollable anthropamorgasm.

abject objects: gay marriage

Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Adventures in Anti-Humor

A type of humor that involves a joke-teller delivering a punchline deliberately lacking meaning -- like, "no soap, radio." The audience expects something funny, but when this doesn't happen, the irony is intended to be of comedic value. Usually the audience just feels stupid, but laughs anyway.

I guess it's considered post modern or something. Some people think it's clever. I think about this guy on with the big orange head and how how hard it must be to floss with such a tiny mouth.

Keep watching this space.

Tuesday, July 25, 2006

Let's Get Ready to Roundtable

Greetings Objectors!
Keep watching this space.
Preproduction continues.