One of the funnier recurring segments on the late Fuel TV sketch comedy series Stupidface was a cartoon from Mike Hollingsworth called Low Tide, detailing the simple adventures, rendered in a very simplistic art style (the characters and backgrounds looked like notebook doodles come to life), of a trio slacker sea life buddies: Brian, an upbeat starfish, Friz, a somewhat snarky jellyfish (in reality, jellyfish are a collective species with no eyes, hearts or brains, but we’re going by cartoon rules here) and Herman, a slow-witted whale. Think SpongeBob Squarepants for slackers. On today’s 2 Funny, the guys head for the underwater arcade so Friz and Brain can square off on Dance Dance Hero and Guitar Revolution (nobody’s getting sued here). Here’s “Dance Guitar Dance”.
On Stupidface‘s second season, Hollingsworth made another series of animated shorts called Nature Break, which featured more intricate animation, but were more random and not as funny; Low Tide was definitely better.
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Today’s 2 Funny is a recurring segment on the late TV series American Misfits (and later on another late series Stupidface) both on the late cable channel Fuel TV (currently Fox Sports 2). Skateboarder Ted Newsome plays the international stuntman from an unspecified part of Europe who specializes in jumping escalators and sidewalks. Enjoy Jovanate!
Today’s 2 Funny is another skit from the late Fuel TV sketch comedy series Stupidface. Cast member Andre Hyland portrays a tool with a Bluetooth named Tim Hutchins, roaming the streets on an unsuspecting public. Enjoy “Recycle”.
Today’s 2 Funny is a sketch from the late comedy series Stupidface, which ran on the late cable/satellite channel Fuel TV. Funny thing is what’s happening in this scene is more entertaining and less hectic than what normally goes on in a Taco Bell on a Saturday night. Enjoy “Casey and Rob at Taco Bell”.
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