1. What, thus far, has been your favorite Jobsite role (whether yours or someone else’s)?
Man, that one is rough. Norman from The Boys Next Door as a really great guy to get to know, as was Edward in Cloud 9. It was a lot of fun to be the slimy Inspector from Delusion of Darkness, too. I think that The Creature from Playing With Fire would be my favorite though, if for no other reason than the fact that it was one of the harder roles I’ve had to pull off. spprs and I pretty much had just each other to work with for an entire show, and that’s rough. By the end of each performance, we were physically exhausted…but it was well worth it. I was intensely proud of my work in that show.
2. You get to pick a third wheel for a night of conscience-free gadzookery. Who dat is?
Oh man…the possibilities are endless. Only one night? Only one person?
Sorry, I’m gonna kind of wimp out on this one and safely say that there were plenty of candidates on Goth Cruise who would have been more than welcome to partake in gadzookery and leave it at that.
3. What’s the cleverest gaming hack you’ve ever seen perpetrated in a table-top (not necessarily d20, but that’s assumed) gaming session?
I’d have to say it was the time that my friend Derrick Hudson got out of particularly nasty debriefing in Paranoia by standing up and singing “Alpha Complex Uber Alles.” No, he didn’t say “My character sings Alpha Complex Uber Alles.” He got up and sang it himself, full volume. Which, in turn, got the rest of the players at the table to stand up and do so as well (so as not to seem disloyal to The Computer). Not only did he not get executed, he got a promotion.
4. The majority of strippers aren’t really putting themselves through college, are they?
Ummm…no. But they do exist. There are also women who are supporting children and just trying to make ends meet. But there are also a lot of them who, essentially, want to party all the time and figure that stripping allows them to do so and get paid.
5. Christopher Walken is going to perform your wedding ceremony to K. How do you want him to welcome all and sundry to the proceedings?
“Dearly Beloved. We are gathered here today for MORE COWBELL.”