I’m starting to get the itch to animate this little guy…  I’ve been watching this butterfly knife open and close so many, many times.

Once again, this is a reference to Comedy Bang Bang.

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I thought about modeling the legend of musical theatre and little Fourvel’s potential benefactor after the actual guy for about 2 seconds, but… Come on.  I think we all know who pulls this look off better than anyone.

Coming up next: More Fourvel!  More not-so-sketchy Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber!  Lord/Orphan INTERACTING?  Maybe! (Definitely!)  God bless Comedy Bang Bang for providing us with these amazing characters.

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A helpful mnemonic device from Comedy Bang Bang ep. 150.


K = Kid; he’s a kid
N = Naughty; he’s a naughty kid
I = I am the person who will grab the knife
F = Friend; he’s not our friend
E = Education (or, Every Good Boy Deserves Fudge)
G = Gadzooks! I’m terrified of this little child who is going to stab me with the knife!
R = Really? Don’t you think it’s time you grabbed the knife?
A = A shame it would be, should the boy grab the knife first, then stab us!
B = Boy

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I am obsessed with this episode of Comedy Bang Bang.  Especially with that precocious little orphan Fourvel!  More of this to come…

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Today’s Comedy Bang Bang with Bobby Moynihan, Paul F. Tompkins and your host Scott Aukerman is one episode you do not want to miss! (Taken with instagram)

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Comedy Bang! Bang!: Time Bobby

It’s a tale as old as time: A precocious orphan with a heart of gold and a love for musical theater meets a living legend of Broadway. Such is the story of Fourvel and Lord Andrew Lloyd Webber, an unlikely pair who met during today’s Comedy Bang Bang. Are things going to change for the better for Fourvel? Will Lord ALW’s television debut be a SMASH hit? When are we recording this episode? All of these questions and more will be answered right here on Comedy Bang Bang!