21 Things You Should NEVER Say to Your Girlfriend
Written by David C. Roberson & Jason Goss
Directed by David C. Roberson
Additional Material by Brandon Davis
Edited by David C. Roberson & Jason Goss
I just posted our latest video, What We Did With All Our Money – Maladjusted Video Diary # 3. You should check it out immediately because I honestly think it’s really funny. Of course, that’s a biased opinion. Anyway, here it be posted below, just in case you want to know what happens when we hire an intern to do all of our dirty work for us:
Also, for those not “in the know”, please pop over to our youtube page to subscribe to our channel, leave a comment to let us get to know you and what you think, and share us with your friends! I know we’re weird, but by God, we mean well.
-David C. Roberson,
I’ve just posted a new sketch comedy video, “Walk of Shame”! I sincerely hope you find it funny! Leave me a comment, and let me know what you think!
Originally featured in the First Annual Maladjusted Half-Hour Halloween Special, this original short is a parody of art house films.
Because I’ve gotten requests from people who don’t want to sit through the entire 30-minute Halloween Special, I’m now posting each individual comedy sketch within the special separately. Here now is Batman: The Short Halloween.
Hey Guy! Season 4 will be uploaded in its entirety on December 20, 2012. The new season will not be without changes. As with every season of Hey Guy!, there will be a new location, but this season offers a change in cast as well. Joining David C. Roberson (me) in Season 4 will be Spencer Roeder, a face that may be familiar to you if you happened to see his contributions in earlier Maladjusted projects (links will be provided below).
When we last left Hey Guy!, the main guy (David C. Roberson) decided to leave his buddy of the 2nd and 3rd season (Jason Goss) with a mountain of debt and legal charges (all of which he caused) to pursue retirement in Florida where he would spend an undetermined amount of time (“about a week”) with an old friend. And that’s where season 4 kicks off.
For those not aware, Hey Guy! is a web series created by David C. Roberson, and it is completely improvised. There is no script, and no cuts within any given episode. Given the improvisational nature of the program, there is no set time for an episode, nor are there a set number of episodes in any season. There will be 29 episodes in Season 4.
If you would like to see the other seasons of Hey Guy!, you can click on the links provided below.
If you enjoy Hey Guy!, please share it with your friends! Our fans continue to be an inspiration, and we would love to hear your constructive criticisms as well as any praise you might have for us!
Hey Guy! Season One Starring David C. Roberson & Jeff Hunt
Hey Guy! Season Two Starring David C. Roberson & Jason Goss
Hey Guy! Season Three Starring David C. Roberson & Jason Goss
The Drifter starring David C. Roberson, Spencer Roeder, Ashley Roeder, and Conor Munkachy
Composure (A Speed Painting) by Spencer Roeder
Simply Terrible Dance Moves by David C. Roberson & Spencer Roeder
Boomerang starring Spencer Roeder
Also, check out Spencer’s Blog HERE.
So it’s November 4th, and I’m still kicking myself for not having the Maladjusted Halloween Special complete. Or as it’s actually called, “The First Annual Maladjusted Half-Hour Halloween Variety Special”… It is finally completed as of about 30 seconds ago, all rendered, exported, and ready to be uploaded to the inter webs. I remain extremely doubtful that anyone will actually sit through 30 minutes, but it seemed a fun project to tackle, and my new rule is, “Stop thinking so much about metrics, internet users, and SEO and JUST PRODUCE CONTENT YOU ENJOY!” So that’s what’s happening now.
Along with the 30 minute Special, I’ll also be posting 3 new comedy sketches. One is a “lost” Halloween episode of Hey Guy! That takes place around season 2. Another is a very strange comedic short film called El Muerto en Español… and the last is a Batman parody sketch called Batman: The Short Halloween. All three are included in the 30-minute special. The reason for posting them separately is for those people who don’t want to sit down for 30 minutes to watch our weird crap for that long. There are other bits in the 30 minute piece. Actually, quite a bit more. But these seemed good to also show as single videos. Especially considering the 30 minute special has a laugh track. Yeah. We went there. Anyway, these will be posted some time tonight!