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SHIRT HAPPENS COMEDY PILOT “GRAND OPENING” PART 2 – “…I CAN’T EAT THIS SHIT!”


Shirt Happens Comedy Pilot

Cen and Money try to find munchies and get less than they bargained for at Jerk in the Box. Bunntisha finds an easy way to get what she wants. A trip to the 9/11 convenience store leads Fahqmed to unwittingly reveal the location of the stolen package. Cen and Money don’t find food but may be on the cusp of a much bigger discovery!

Shirt Happens Comedy Pilot: “Grand Opening” Part 2
Copyright Tylor Chacon and Rupert Follins 2012
Written and Produced by Shirt Happens Studio’s Tylor Chacon and Rupert Follins
Registered with ProtectRite and the Writer’s Guild of America

Shirts. Suits. Sox. Comedy.






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Shirt Happens is an original animated universe. Shirt Happens comedy is based on the adventures of anthropomorphic shirts and other clothing. The clothes compete for money, power and influence in an enormous social project – the International Mall City of America (IMCA). Alliances will form. Enemy factions will go to war. Invaders will stake their claims and tons of ganja WILL be choomed! Tune in to see what Shirt is about to Happen next!!!

Notable Quotes from this Episode:
“I sell nine different types of camel jerky, and eleven different types of camel jerky!” – Fahqmed
“Mane what the fuck ya’ll WANT?” – Bunntisha
“This shit’s disgusting, I can’t eat this shit!” – Money

This video was made using a combination of free and paid software over the course of several weeks in spare time. Through a unique process the funny drawings and cartoons we draft are colored and cleaned up. Next they are animated into an actual game engine which allows for particle effects. We use these to make ridiculous comic blood, farts and other hilarious mechanisms. After the animation is in sync with voice recordings we record the animation using desktop recording software.

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