This is where Timmy Williams will talk about all sorts of things. Hopefully it's funny.

Saturday, August 25, 2007

Video Awesomeness

You should really check it out if you've never seen it. It's long but totally worth it. Thanks to Mike Burns and Vince Averill and whomever else was telling me to watch this last night.

Also, this one has been around for years but I still love it:

Season 2 - Days 8 9 and 10

Well, we now have a week-long break from shooting Season 2. We've gotten some really awesome stuff so far. Very exciting. Day 8 for me was really all about playing BioShock since I didn't need to be on set. All I have to report from that day is that BioShock is awesome. Day 9 was our last day shooting at a school in Queens. We shot some funny stuff all day, and our last two sketches of the day had to be shot outside. We went into this little outdoor concourse area but we couldn't shoot anything because all these news helicopters kept flying around and were way too loud for us to record any sound. The news copters just kept coming and we couldn't figure out why until one of our producers called the local news station and found out there was an ESCAPED MURDERER on the loose! Right where we were shooting! We never saw him or anything, but I totally would have put him in a sketch.

Day 10 we were back at the Schmitt's Gay house and we shot three awesome sketches. It was a long and grueling day because the sketches we did were complicated, but they all three will hopefully turn out great. The last one we shot is definitely one of the grossest and weirdest things we've ever done. My mom hates "gross stuff" in comedy, so for the first season there were select sketches that I would tell her not to watch. This time around I'm not even going to tell her what channel the show is on.

Days 6 and 7 of Season 2 - Blood Feast (FROM TUESDAY)

Okay so the last two days involved me having to spit up blood a couple of times and almost having a panic attack due to the costume I wore yesterday. Also naked boobs, a puppy, and me almost breaking my arm when I slipped in blood. The last two days were particularly hard on me, but the season is still gonna be totally awesome.

I'm too out of it and tired to write anymore. Sorry.

Sunday, August 19, 2007

Double The Williamses!

Well, my brother Andy officially moved here to NYC yesterday, which means he's sleeping on my couch. He's actually out here to go to school and will probably end up being disgustingly successful, but for right now he's on my couch. So anyways, if you see a guy around town that looks a lot like me, only with more brains and tattoos, that's him. We're gonna run this place!

Saturday, August 18, 2007

Season 2 - Day 5

Man, with the wrapping of each and every day I am getting more and more excited for Season 2. It's gonna be the balls!

Yesterday we shot one of our favorite live sketches which may be even better on TV and there were kids on set once again. So far we have lots of stuff with little kids which for some reason just makes everything seem more messed up. There was one kid who was like seven and kept calling me "Mr. Underwear." I think I'm gonna print business cards up to that effect.

Then all five of us went and saw "Superbad." Nothing could ever live up to the giant amount of hype this film has received. It's been lauded as the Second Coming of Laughs and it's gonna "change shit" and all that jazz.

I don't know about any of that, but it was really really funny and the best comedy I've seen in a long time. Worth every penny of your eleven dollars (when did that happen, by the way?).

There's so many good parts and funny lines that I can't really say which is my favorite, but that kid who plays McLovin is gonna be famous. He apparently won a contest to be in the movie and he knocks it out of the park. I thought I would hate that character because the previews made him look like that "nerdy gangsta" character that's in every fucking movie nowadays, but he was way more than that and totally funny throughout.

One thing I hated about it: people applauding lines they saw in the trailer. I mean, there was tons of laughing all the way through, but there was a marked rise in applause whenever something from the trailer happened. Good Lord, are we really there now? We're really just applauding for things we've seen or heard before? Should I start cheering every time I hear "stand clear of the closing doors please" on the subway? If I go to one more movie where this happens, I'm just gonna start watching Chinese bootlegs at home and say "fuck it" to the theater experience altogether.

On the way into the movie some kid recognized us as the Whitest Kids. She first noticed just me, and then she got more and more surprised as she slowly realized that we were all standing there.

I love how people are shocked and surprised when they find out we're actually all friends in real life. I think it kind of comes out in a lot of our stuff, but maybe not. Maybe they're surprised because we seem like such jerks when we "play ourselves" in sketches that they think we're like that all the time. Truth is, we ARE like that all the time, and the reason we hang out together is that no one else will hang out with us because we're so jerky!

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Days 3 and 4 - Nerdiness and Laziness

Well, Season 2 is still going swimmingly (that means good)! Yesterday we shot in this huge loft in SoHo that ended up belonging to this really awesome comic book artist Adam Pollina! He used to draw X-Force! We also re-shot a sketch we originally meant to put in Season 1 but that didn't work out, but we have now figured out how to do it right so we can finally put it out there! I get to say "boobs" in it!

Today is Day 4 but I don't have to be there so I've been working on surpassing even my own high standards of laziness. I'm already used to waking up early, so when I woke up at 7 I was doing some cleaning and other chores, but since then I have mainly just been trying to break the record for Number Of Couch Naps In A Twenty-Four Hour Period. I think I'm already at four.

Don't forget to check our website daily for pictures from the set!

Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Day 2 of Season 2 - Children, Blood and Pizza

Today Trevor and I were the only Whitest Kids on set because all the stuff we shot today featured little kids (we were both in a few things though). There are tons of kids in this season and most of those kids will probably never be allowed to watch the stuff they're in! Oops! Also there was a doggy and more blood!

You can look at a few pictures from set at our website.

On the subway ride home Trevor and I saw these two dudes carrying a big pizza box. WHAT NEIGHBORHOOD do these guys live in that is without its own pizza place? Is there actually a pizza-less neighborhood here? Or did they find a place so good that they will brave the subway to get this delicious pie despite the fact that it will probably be freezing cold by the time the MTA decides to move them to their destination?

Mysteries abound...

Monday, August 13, 2007

Season 2 - Day 1 in the can!

Season 2- Day 1 in the can!

Well, we started the magical, mystical journey of Season 2 today. I only had to be in one sketch today (spoiler: it's mean-spirited and features Darren in a dress) and then I got to go swimming! The place we were shooting at had a pool. In fact, they had THIS pool:

You may recognize the house they're in at the starting from "Flower Monster" and "Get a New Daddy," and be prepared to recognize it a lot more!

I'll tell you more in a few days! Yow!

Saturday, August 11, 2007

Scum and Villainy TOMORROW!

This is, like, the best new comedy show, and this week it's extra best because I'm on it! this is the last social thing I will do before we start shooting season 2! Come send me off into the world of cross-dressing and the "C-word!"


Sean Patton - Host of The Tommy Danger Comedy Hour at Kabin. He's Intensely funny.

Jesse Popp - Appeared on Comedy Central's "Premium Blend" and Hosts a good show at the Beauty Bar. Also a gentleman.

Pete Holmes - From VH1's "Best Week Ever" and Comedy Central's "Premium Blend." He is also a cartoonist for the New Yorker.

Devin McCracken - From Winnipeg, Canada the home of Niel Young. Brought you memorable comedy experiments like 'Drunk Improv' and 'The Death of Comedy'.

Timmy Williams - 1/5th of the Whitest Kids You Know. The naked one on the billboard.

All this and more.

Sun August 12th
8:00 Show
158 Ludlow St @ Stanton

Friday, August 10, 2007

The End Times?

Seems like August is always a good time to give the world a little status check and see if this is in fact the year that we all bite it. Past Augusts have given us earthquakes, hurricanes and blackouts. Every August is basically a little Armageddon Test. This August is being a little frisky though: mine collapses, bridge collapses, and Brooklyn tornadoes? Really? That's a lot of weird stuff for ten days. This might be the year.

Also, it is currently only 59 degrees here in NYC. What? What's going on? Did someone lose the playbook on August weather?

This post really doesn't make much sense, I know; I just wanted to point out that all these weird incidents really freak me out and make me think the end is nigh. If it is, that I should probably clean my room.