I did go in for jury duty and was in fact selected to serve. I had never before served on a jury but found the experience rewarding and interesting. No comic book law men served as judge and the entire experience was less jovial than Night Court. However, I found that the experience was perfect fodder for an animated monologue. What you see in the video is 75 percent true, I leave it to you to decide which 75 percent.
We are officially into Season 2 of The Animated Monologues (Ani-Logues) and there should be at least one a month for the rest of the year including a few guest Animated Monologues. Also, I've been working on possible DVDs of Season 1. If you are interested please let us know. I should also point out that more changes will be seen on the site, hopefully making it more streamlined and easier to navigate, so keep checking back and if you have any suggestions for the site, email us at email@example.com
Last, but certainly not least, I just wanted to say thank you for all of the support. Animating can be a long, frustrating and (for me at least) an often non-collaborative process (Although, not this time. Thanks Sis & Rick) and I can't tell you how happy it makes me that so many of you are excited about this first Ani-Logue of the year. Again, thank you.
Happy New Year!