[Prince Charles sits patiently in a chair beside a doctor’s desk as the doctor sitting on a swivel chair with wheels shines a torch down his left ear, then spins around to check out the right.] DOCTOR: Well, I must say, your ears are outstanding. PRINCE CHARLES: Why, thank you! DOCTOR: Out standing from your
[A man, BARRY, in full English medieval attire and a crossbow slung across his back slowly approaches another MAN sat atop a small hill, dressed likewise, but with one shoe pulled off, and kneading his bare foot gently in his hands.] BARRY: Hail soldier! What ails thee? MAN: Shut up Barry. The reenactment’s over. BARRY:
[An Old English battleground, King Harold is engaged in a scuffle with a couple of Norman knights, but after dispensing of both of them takes a moment amid the surrounding skirmishes to briefly recover. A young English knight taps him on the shoulder. King Harold turns around to reveal a large arrow sticking out of
Here is the 4th and final teaser released in the lead up to the first episode of The Chop House to be released this Friday. (I’m the guy in the green). Jim High lends his vocal talents to the enthusiastic Mexican waver in the yellow 😀
Featuring yours truly! Wish I had a pet pig!
Have you ever wondered what English sounds like? I do. Sometimes when I’m sitting on a train or a bus hearing English around me I try to “blur” my ears so that I can imagine what it sounds like to be hearing the language as a foreigner. It’s similar to the way sometimes I blur