Episode 5, enjoy! It's got something for everybody. And if you've missed any previous episodes, fix that!.
Show Notes (Watch first!):
- I forgot to credit the two cats you see in this show (both hidden in the background... and a third you can catch very quickly during an outtake). So thanks Zazzy and Ollie (and Huzzah) for your assistance.
- The dog in the ending is Wiggles, our new dog that we are stuck with. Work this week is slowed down by her, because she has a habit of jumping the fence (it's how she got here!), which means all the dogs are imprisoned 24/7 until we finish training her to respect it (kennelling one doesn't work - they bark and whine to be put together). How does that slow me down? Lots of dog walks, many times a day.
- It's never explained, and probably not too obvious, so here it is: The Legacy Team is a 'group' of people who look at our older games and see about updating them - whether that be actual updates (patches and expansions), or testing and releasing addons. I'm excited about the opportunity of having a set time in the schedule to just look back and see about updating things.
- This is officially the longest Behind The Dumb yet! Go me! I can't make them much longer, in part because Youtube only allows 10 minute long clips. But also because I'm really pushing close to the limit of how big of a file I can afford to upload 4 times a month! Satellite comes with some tight bandwidth limits, I tells ya. Not to mention how long these uploads take. A few hours at the moment.
- Sol Hunt literally ROFLed watching the artist raw footage. But then, it's a lot funnier when A> it's full of tons of mistakes rather than one 'good' take, and B> it's your husband. There's also something about seeing the exact same thing done over and over that makes you catch nuances and find more humor in them (plus there's the "repeated so many times that it's not funny, and then it's hilarious" concept). She actually watched a good ten minutes of just that to help me find the one to use. To my credit, there was an Inigo Montoya portion. Sometimes I am very sad that the take I have to use in every case really isn't the funniest... screw ups and weird looks are a lot funnier, but they don't make for a very functional show.