Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Famous Edition
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"How is Fuzzy able to collect merch royalties if he already sold his voice and likeness to a toy company?" -Nick
Alas, the once mighty Blamco Toy Corporation is no more! And as in most licensing deals, the rights return to the original owner if the licenser goes under. (Or gets destroyed by rampaging robot clones. There's usually a clause about that.)
But you know what they say! Even though Blamco is gone, their memory still lives on... and so do several of their ex-employees. (I mean, hypothetically. That's just part of the saying.)
"Why must you foreigners mock us Americans by insinuating that we are stupid enough to watch Fuzzy's vapid sitcom? Maybe it would be #1 in Canada land, but here Bridalplasty is #1. " -Tom
You know, every time I try to think a hilarious exaggerated parody of horrible reality TV shows, they make a real one that's twice as bad. That's why I can't even tell you about "Orphan Cannon".
"Does Fuzzy realize that with the kind of money the studio'd be paying him, he could finance NMS for years? AND have Sam in his debt! It seems like a no-brainer to me." -Noah
But so does hoarding it vengefully and blowing it all on booze! This is why life is so complicated, Noah. Sometimes we have to make hard decisions!
"You sent us book club members a preview of Nicole's new look. When do we finally get to see her in Volume 6?" -Anket
In person? It's a surprise! But not in person? Also a surprise!
"Mark Wahlberg recently gave, during an interview with MTV, more details about "Teddy Bear", Seth McFarlane's "ORIGINAL" directorial debut about a foul teddy bear coming to life and ruining him roomie's life. Nothing new really comes out of it, except one tiny detail that hit me hard, especially with the current storyline. He says, and I quote :
'The bear becomes famous, and that's my ticket to getting things and living a life of privilege.'
Really?!? It's like he's not even trying anymore...
So what's your take on that? Incredible coincidence or blatant theft?" -Kevin
OK, it's time to come clean. The truth is... I am actually Seth Macfarlane. Believe it or not, Sam and Fuzzy has actually just been one giant, hilarious non-sequiter pop culture reference... to my own future film! It was just the next logical step.
That's a wrap for this week, team! Come back on Monday for surprises!