Sublime authors Kristen Tsetsi (Homefront) and R. J. Keller (Waiting for Spring), otherwise known as The Paper Rats, gave me a list of expressions to film (rolling my eyes, looking appalled, smiling, blank stare), and a list of scenarios (do five things you'd do if you were bored--I chose playing with my one-legged Barbie, lifting weights, playing with my hair, and having a game with my rubber Mr. Tofu and Mr. Bacon; introduce yourself in an alarmingly self-promotionary sort of way; show myself watching one of their videos and saying something; and generally acting like a fool. They also insisted that I say the word "boobs" as if I were totally appalled.
Of course, I obsessed about how I was going to look. Would my hair look too chaotically stupid? (It did) Would I look a thousand years old? And most importantly, would I be FUNNY?
I had Jeff shoot the videos and made him reshoot a lot due to some of the above issues. (Told you I was obsessive) and then I turned all the segments in to the Paper Rats. I love the final project, and hope you do, too. These women are genius--and a whole lot of fun.