And like many, I think episode 10 was, as the title says, "the best day evar". The episode with the most profound awesome packed into 27 minutes.
And, again, like many, I was very disappointed to see how PP went down in a flaming ball of epic fail, despite the season on TV.
So, I have thought of making my own gamer show. It'd start out small, like PP did, and I'd probably actually copy the episodes up to a point, but then take it my own way.
The biggest factor is that enough gamers have to realize how awesome of a show it would be, and spread the word and help it get big.
Then I have to remember that today's internet isn't quite the same as when PP started back in 2004. There were other excellent webshows already out at that time, like "Online Video" at loud!mouth!tim dot com, which is STILL in production, by the way, that were niche markets but were great at what they did. Some of the loud!mouth!tim episodes are also on youtube. We didn't even HAVE youtube in 2004!
So I started thinking of what my first episode would be like, and how to get people interested in watching it more and spreading the word. It'd have to be GOOD to stand out in all the video being produced these days on the internet.
Then I start thinking of having to have a cameraman, casting and directing other people in the episodes, writing scripts, arranging scenes and filming locations, editing, promoting it, and then, HOPING it all works out, people like it, and spread the word.
And then I realize, as awesome of an idea that it might be, it's just not worth the F@CKING effort.
Maybe I'll make an episode 1 and see how that goes. With mostly just myself in it, with the camera on a tripod. That's pretty easy for me.
Edited by McStupid1, 07 March 2012 - 10:30 AM.