Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Superhero, schmooperhero. JUST KIDDING I LOVE YOU STAN LEE

I promised this story to someone a long time ago...(to be said in an Obi Wan Kenobiesque voice)


I don't make this nerdy stuff up, people. I just tell it like it is. Behold, protector of all things artsy fartsy:


That is all. Let's go about our day quietly.

14 comments:

Jolee said...

Oh my gosh, I freaking love you! Best story of the day, by far! And I'm so glad to know you added a laugh track. Everything in life is better with your own homemade laugh track.

L. T. Host said...

OMG that is awesome. Awesome I say! How cool that they called you back!

How sad it got cancelled :(

And how pretentious they wanted you to move your wedding, lol.

(Here comes that word again) What an awesome story!

Kristan said...

Wow, that is fan-freaking-tastic. You rock!

Natalie Whipple said...

I hope your husband knows how much you gave up to get married. Because that's some serious stuff there.

Nat Attack said...

You'll never believe it, but JUST yesterday I was thinking about the morning you filmed this video at the Spruce Street house. Never a dull moment going on over there... :)

ju said...

It's TURPINTIME! Pew pew!!

My favorite thing ever.

abby mumford said...

"I'm just in it for the Monet." HA HA HA and HA.

i know who i'm calling if i ever lock my keys in my car. ARTESIA. she can paint me a new pair of keys. or better yet, my car with an open window. or still better yet, she could draw me a subaru outback* and i will drive off into the sunset.

*is it wrong to be practical when being saved by a superhero?

Adam Heine said...

I like how they asked, "Is this Artesia?" You know it's a legit superhero show when they respect your secret identity on an open phone line.

It's turpentime. *snort*

K. Marie Criddle said...

You guys are so wicked cool, thanks for all the niceties. And Natalie, I do remind husbby often about the superheroiffic sacrifice, sometimes unrighteously: "You didn't clean the bathroom? Come on, I gave up a Batcave for this!!" Ah well. Must pursue fame and fortune elsewhere.
And Nat, remember when we kept you up all hours filming an episode of the Real World: Watertown, too? Sorry about that, honest. We had good non video related times too, right? :)
And Abby, practicality is a superpower in itself, for sure. An Outback totally has better gas mileage than a VW Van Gogh for sure...
Again, thanks for stopping by, all. You're all heroes in my boo---NO CANT FINISH THAT SENTENCE TOO CHEESY.

Queen 'Bina said...

Well, I don't see what the big deal is, you've been my superhero since like 8th grade or something close to it. Old news...
Just kidding. I'm actually a little bit pissed off that you impressed me to this degree AGAIN!

I'm seriously jealous of your genius. It's more multilayered and even more gooey delicious than a snickers bar.

If we're being graded on a curve, I don't want to be in your class. *sigh* I take it back. It would be worth the bad grade to watch the magic happen. I do love you, dear!

Bulfinch's Sociology said...

Do you have any idea what your husband gave up to marry you? We were going to get the band back together! We were going to build an elevator to the moon! We were scheduled to start filming a new buddy cop tv series called "McNair and Little Jay"!

Peggy said...

That is about the most awesome thing EVER! I am not a fan of reality shows, but I DID watch a season of Who Wants to be a Superhero. I love that you applied and were chosen! I also love that you weren't willing to change your wedding day for it. Major coolness all around.

Queen 'Bina said...

Oh, and by the way... Stan Lee was recently on Craig Ferguson. It was magical. You should Youtube it.

Kylee said...

okay I must take this opportunity to ride on the coattails of your famedom--I was there during this entire process! I love you and I love my memories of our little time living in Boston together! Do you think our hidden treasure is still in the house??