Oh, God, this strip makes me happy in all sorts of ways.
First of all, because comedians in fiction usually aren’t legitimately funny. Ethan is.
Second, because he is completely right about the hamsters.
Third, because HIS DREAM IS COMING TRUE. Oh man, happy tears.
And finally, because it never would have happened if his toy store career hadn’t given him good material. You gotta suffer a little if you wanna make ‘em laugh.
Exactly. All the years of backstory SP! has given Ethan allows him to be a very convincing comedian. He’s had the setup, gone through hell by working retail, and earned some seriously hilarious material over the years. All he needs to do now is remember at least 30% of the crappy things that have happened to him in the past and he’ll be set for at least half a decade.
oh man those Zhu-zhu things… I worked for project angel tree one year and we got like a zillion of those we got more of the individual hamsters than the sets we had to keep finding ways to match them together for the set.
I’m repeating myself, but this is awesome.
That is all.
Only now Zhuzhu hamsters have arrived here.. and I’m no working retail in a toystore..
I would totally go see this guy. Even if I didn’t know the story Ethan is a fucking funny man.
Guess I’m the odd man out here, as none of Ethan’s jokes made me laugh.
Me neither. But I guess it could have been worse.
This page has given me an overwhelming urge to watch Dylan Moran standup on youtube.
Oh Ethan! I just love you to bits. I want you to win at this so hard and end up on British panel shows.
I remember the wall of Kung Zhu hamsters that don’t sell even when marked down to 98 cents.
“Look, forget the hamsters. Sell the kid.”
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