We just smacked the Netterwebs upside the head* with two new videos. Come waste some time with us!
Video #1 is the pilot episode of our new nature/exploration series "Wild Adventure!" In this first episode, we attempt to track one of the last remaining specimens of the great American Coulton.
The second video comes from our adventures last month at New York Comic Con, during which Paul openly defies the advice of Jim Croce…
*The Internets has no actual head.
UPDATE: If you want to download the hi-res, 181MB MPEG-4 version of Wild Aventures!, Ctrl-right-click, or CMD-right-click (or whatever the hell key combination does it on your computer), and then choose "Save as…" (or whatever) on this link right here. Note: DON’T JUST CLICK ON THE LINK! You’ll just get a big page of nonsense text, and you’ll make us angry. You wouldn’t like us when we’re angry.
Brilliant! But what will you track in the next episode of Wild Adventure?
~Sharon, Mpls Merch Minion
I saw you guys with a camera at the Minneapolis show, so I’ve been looking forward to wacky hijinks. 😀 MOAR!
It’s so cool that you guys can just bring a video camera to work like that.
I wish I worked such a cool job.
I may bring a camera to work tomorrow and film the tax department. Those guys are effin’ crazy.
In a previous comment I called you guys the “Jane Goodalls of the Coulton,” but upon further reflection, perhaps you’re the “Diane Fosseys of the Coulton.”
Now Jonathan Coulton needs to do a Wild Adventure where he tracks the Paul and Storm, “shy” creatures that they are.
These are great! Probably your best work (that I’ve seen?) yet. Also the term is “Intertubes”.
Between this and Hodgeman’s description of where he found this particular Coulton I have to say I learned a lot, which I did not intend. Now if only I could major in this stuff…..
If I may put on my Joel Seigel hair and mustache, let me say:
“A landmark in documentary-style You Tube Videos!! Paul and Storm have raised the bar for what intertubers can expect from free online comedy. ****! A masterpiece! Run, don’t walk to your computer! I had tacos for dinner!”
If only you’d use your talents for good instead of evil.
That first video is some seriously messed-up stuff. 🙂
I really need to stop clicking on P&S links at work b/c everyone thinks I’m crazy and laugh randomly during the day. Lucky for them I am crazy and, I mean, uh… brilliant work guys. The cinematography, production and Storm’s ‘re-imagining’ of Coulton’s songs are all top-notch. I am inspired now and shall ask my boss to assign me yet more multi-media netterweb projects.