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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Robot Theatre: "Royale With Cheese"

Cooked up just for you! Starring Jules 047 and Vincent r3j performing the inspired dialogue of Mr. Q. Tarantino. Conclusive proof that human actors are no longer needed.

Actually this is a draft for something I wanted to try - plus I had an itch to post.
Hey kids TV-MA so don't watch it!

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

OH fuck i think i just wet my pants watching this! My work colleagues are giving me funny looks.

Anonymous said...

Cool concept...you need to "Robot Chicken" it up...plus maybe tell the text to speech software "Roy Al Plus Cheez"

i like the cutaways to the non-speaking robot...it's fun to look for an expression.

Pedantic Pete said...

Righteous -- maybe next time have one facing right and the other facing left, so it looks more like they're talking to one another. But yeah, that's some funny shiznit...

Anonymous said...

Just for you to know, they don't call it "Royal with Cheese" or "Royal Plus Cheese" in Paris, it's just a « Royal Cheese ».

Anonymous said...

i think it would be fine to cut it "i don't know i didn't go into burger king"

Anonymous said...

Fantastic. That just made my day!

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious! Now just flip one of the robots to face the other way so it looks like they talking to each other--rather than facing the same direction.

Great job!!

Anonymous said...

This is hilarious! Now just flip one of the robots to face the other way so it looks like they talking to each other--rather than facing the same direction.

Great job!!

Anonymous said...

i don't get the commendation, this is pretty lame

Anonymous said...

ya, hate to be a hater, but that was pretty lackluster in all areas. I'm surprised BB linked to this.

I used to do this same bit 10+ years ago with my macs text to speech feature just to crack up my friends.

Anonymous said...

Forget what they say about changing the text for robots, it is the mispronunciation from the text to speech that makes this

Anonymous said...

very funny, found you in the Dec. 14 issue of Rolling Stone on pg. 36. Very awesome!