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The Great Mundane DVD

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It's still in the works, but if you are interested in owning a video copy of The Great Mundane's initial 6 show run, including our "Deleted Scenes" Show, post here and/or email me. There will be a nominal fee (like $2-3) as DVDR's aren't cheap, but post away & I'll be sure to have copy in your hands before I leave town.
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Evilpandabear wrote:It's still in the works, but if you are interested in owning a video copy of The Great Mundane's initial 6 show run, including our "Deleted Scenes" Show, post here and/or email me. There will be a nominal fee (like $2-3) as DVDR's aren't cheap, but post away & I'll be sure to have copy in your hands before I leave town.


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Post by phlounderphil »

I'll gladly take one, seeing as how I didn't/couldn't come see a damn Great Mundane show anyways.

I am definitely going to be there for your grand finale, it'd be nice to see the DVD before then, so I know what's going on. Or at least have a Great Mundane viewing party at the House of Drake, or something.
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I'd like to order the widescreen limited edition boxed set with director commentary, cast autographs, and deleted scenes.
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EskimoSpy wrote:I'd like to order the widescreen limited edition boxed set with director commentary, cast autographs, and deleted scenes.


That's the one that comes with the little cape, and the novelty syringe of strain five, right? And the little card with the rules for the Great Mundane drinking game? Yeah, sign me up for that, too.
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It probably doesn't need to be said, but I want one.
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Post by deroosisonfire »

majcher wrote:And the little card with the rules for the Great Mundane drinking game?.


omigod! i wanna play the great mundane drinking game.

- drink sometime anyone uses a bad eastern european accent
- drink every time jay kills someone onstage
- drink every time kaci hits on jeff and he's oblivious
- drink every time dr. nefarious references his cape, eye patch or sword cane
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Drink everytime Jay felates his phalanges :)

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dammit! i was eating a brownie at work while reading this, and i was licking the brownie off my fingers! arrgghhh! damn you improv world!
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I totally want a dvd...and a chocolate bagel.
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Post by kaci_beeler »

I'm excited about the finale show (I've seen every show but one in person)!

I won't need a DVD as I am cheap and will mooch off of my boyfriend's copy.
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Post by valetoile »

I was about to ask for a copy, but then Kaci's comment reminded me that I am Roy's roommate. So no need.
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Re: The Great Mundane DVD

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Evilpandabear wrote:It's still in the works, but if you are interested in owning a video copy of The Great Mundane's initial 6 show run, including our "Deleted Scenes" Show, post here and/or email me. There will be a nominal fee (like $2-3) as DVDR's aren't cheap, but post away & I'll be sure to have copy in your hands before I leave town.


I would like to have a copy and I will digitize it for you.
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Post by Brian Boyko »

Technically, a DVD is already "digitized" so let me put it another way.

I will take the DVDs and make them into an MP4 format so that you can host them on the web. :)
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Post by DollarBill »

Hahaha, please do that Brian. I can't wait to have Jordan and Jeff on my video iPod (whose name is iProv).
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