I’ve realized that I am never drunk enough to like Styx.
- Dan Harmon: I want to communicate. I'm going to step forward holding my hands in a non violent manner and I say, "Guys you are us, we are you. That means you don't want to do this either. Let's not do it together and we'll have twice as much a chance at that working. Of that working. You're probably drunk too a couple articles and prepositions aren't going to bug you. I wait for your answer take all the time you want." I step back.
- Spencer: In unison the four draw their weapons.
- Dan Harmon: You’re a fucking dick, Spencer! And you were born a dick and you’re gonna die a dick! You’re vindictive and you’re petty. This is why people don’t like Dungeons and Dragons! They think of nerds as being these people with all this anger welling inside them and they take it out on dice and things or they...Maybe we should go out on a football field and fuck each other up! If that's what you want! If you like pain! If you like discomfort LET'S GO PLAY FOOTBALL! You know this is supposed to be about fun! I don't wanna die! It's Mother's Day! She loves season four [of Community] If I die she won't even care! She won't notice! She was quoting lines I wasn't even there! She won't notice! She only knows I exist because of the fucking television and she's going, "Oh that was a good one!"
Dan Harmon is a hero because he opens our minds to taking a step back, analyzing ourselves and asking “what do you know?” His self honesty isn’t a curse. It’s a blessing and it’s what makes him relatable. It’s what used to make Community relatable.
sosure asked: Those Pete Holmes compliments were in his voice to a scary degree. It was great.
Thanks, man! I appreciate it. I like character writing, so it’s good to know I’m doing something right.