Sam and Fuzzy Q & A: Family Bear Edition
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"Have you seen this?? Why don't they just come right out and call it Sam & Fuzzy?" -Binah
Actually, it is! It's an adaptation of a special series of guest strips Seth MacFarlane drew for Sam and Fuzzy. They'll be running for the next three months, starting on Monday. Here's a preview:
"Is Fuzzy actually a midget with hypertrichosis, and not a bear at all?" -Dane
Probably not! But maybe. Yes! No. Time will tell. Next question!
"How on earth does Dr. Crab keep his human charade up in such a believable fashion? Wouldn't his glorious shell exoskeleton and piquant red hue of the crustacean variety cause some people to question his origin? (Or perhaps is the assumption some wildly exotic skin condition.)" -Pitan
I'm not actually sure what colour Dr. Crab is! He was yellow on his now nearly defunct t-shirt. Are t-shirts canon?
In any case, I think people in the Sam and Fuzzy universe are generally used to a... er... "broader" variety of facial characteristics among humans. Consider the members of Noosehead, or Mr. Sin's exoskeleton, or even Sam. I imagine when you're used to regularly seeing people without ears or noses, you'll also probably be a little more accepting of a dude with a big yellow head.
"What started your rivalry with Jeph, author of Questionable Content?" -Benton
The same reason all internet feuds start... to generate more traffic!
(You can actually read all about it, as it was happening, in this comic's newspost, as well as the two that follow it.)
That's a wrap for this week. See you on Monday!