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Direct Episode Link: https://experimentallyill.wordpress.com/2016/05/19/experimentally-ill-radio-96-with-mikeotoole-experimentallyill-com-air-date-542016-guest-alum-of-new-yorks-upright-citizens-brigade-theatre-animatorcartoonistwriterfilmmakercomicactor-pet/ Experimentally ILL Radio 96 with #MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/4/2016 Guest: Alum of New York's Upright Citizens' Brigade theatre, animator/cartoonist/writer/filmmaker/comic/actor Pete Jaquay of Stiggie Vandell Industries talks creating his video sketch show Ralph The Sock, his latest surreal cartoon called Hey There (available on YouTube) and Ninja Cow (in which Mike did a voice), his comic strips "Stoner Dudes" & "Intergalactic Potsmokers From The Planet Bong," working with Reel Groovy Films' filmmaker John Hartman shooting & performing in VHS vignettes for the Retro Tube webseries, influences like MTV's Liquid Television, Beavis & Butthead, Ren & Stimpy, Mike Judge's The Animation Show, The Tom Green Show, seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens with his family, his illustration work for the in-progress book The Big Idea, written by his father, and having the same name as his father who makes his own dirt bike-riding videos, the trials of self-promotion as an artist, Kung-Fury & his love for cheesy Kung-fu films, Weird Al's UHF, Kentucky Fried Movie, Groove Tube & Troma films, a friend getting selected to create Upper Deck trading card images for Marvel's Captain America: Civil War film, writing & performing live sketches with a troupe at Upright Citizens' Brigade & how this lead to being selected to create sketches with a production company who attempted to launch a network of content on cell phones just prior to the iPhone launch, how to circuit-bend your Nintendo to alter video game images, comic book recommendations like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and other pop culture and heady, funny chatter! –thanks to Pete for hanging out in the chat-cave for my #ExperimentallyILL #radio #podcast "I feel you won't hear of the most talented artists out there, because they're shy or they're afraid they'll fail" – you took a big step not fearing to share your words & your art with the world a bit more

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Experimentally ILL Radio 96 with @MikeOToole ExperimentallyILL.com AIR DATE 5/4/2016 Guest: Alum of New York’s Upright Citizens’ Brigade theatre, animator/cartoonist/writer/filmmaker/comic/actor Pete Jaquay of Stiggie Vandell Industries talks creating his video sketch show Ralph The Sock, his latest surreal cartoon called Hey There (available on YouTube) and Ninja Cow (in which Mike did a voice), his comic strips “Stoner Dudes” & “Intergalactic Potsmokers From The Planet Bong,” working with Reel Groovy Films’ filmmaker John Hartman shooting and performing in VHS vignettes for the Retro Tube webseries, influences like MTV’s Liquid Television, Beavis and Butthead, Ren and Stimpy, Mike Judge’s The Animation Show, The Tom Green Show, Seeing Star Wars: The Force Awakens with his entire family, his illustration work for the in-progress book The Big Idea, written by his father, and having the same name as his father who makes his own dirt bike-riding videos, the trials of self-promotion as an artist, Kung-Fury and his love for cheesy Kung-fu films, Weird Al’s UHF, Kentucky Fried Movie, Groove Tube and Troma films, a friend getting selected to create Upper Deck trading card images for Marvel’s Captain America: Civil War film, writing and performing live sketches with a troupe at Upright Citizens’ Brigade and how this lead to being selected to create sketches with a production company who attempted to launch a network of content on cell phones just prior to the iPhone launch, how to circuit-bend your Nintendo to alter video game images, comic book recommendations like Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and other pop culture and heady, funny chatter!

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