It's hard to believe it's been ten years since my first day on "The Untitled Seth Green Project". Ten years of channel flip non-sequiturs, dredged up childhood memories, a-list stars voicing 1980's cartoon characters, and toys that were never meant to be animated getting life breathed into them. I haven't been there for every episode, but what I've gotten to work on has been a great ride.
A couple of weekends ago, season 8 premiered and the shows are more jam-packed with craziness than ever.
Each season the show becomes a little more technically streamlined, each season's crew building on knowledge gained from the previous seasons' crews. It's kind of remarkable looking at the evolution of it. Because there's always more to satire, the animators, builders, fabricators, VFX team, et cetera continually get the chance to pioneer and try new things.
Excited that I get to play with these toys.
Season 8 directed by Tom Sheppard and produced at Burbank's own Stoopid Buddy Stoodios.
Tune in every Sunday night at midnight on Adult Swim!