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Unemployment sucks, but at least you're not working at Larkmart.
Scott Martin animated this episode, and Eric Bauza returned to help voice the eager job-hunter, Kirk. Thanks to Mark Salisbury, who was our Animation Supervisor, yet again.
The part with David Blaine explains alot.
Let another frickin hilarious episode. Please continue making them.
just when i thought it wasn't cool to make fun of david blaine anymore... this was funny, well written, and drawn well. pre-congradulations for top three today
The more I see these animation, the more I wanna tear my shirt off and shout "Sign My Chest", Aasimpy!
Keep it rolling dude. Cheers
haha they are through'ground.
ajay! thanks for the props, my man. great to hear from you, and thanks for watching!
-This is one of the newer series that I absolutely love seeing a new episode coming into the portal. It's just so random and the clerk is so priceless but believable as a character. I was suprised by the appearance of David Blain but I guess he was there for variety so the talking didn't get monotonous. Some good jokes and comments but the characters stayed in the same places and didn't do much other than talk.
-It was a good episode but it didn't make me laugh as much as emergency did. Still even though it isn't some of your best work it's still better than most of the stuff I see. Keep up the good work and i'm looking forward to more episodes of this series in the future.
thanks for the great review, sixflab! i'll definitely keep 'em coming, and that feedback is really helpful.
Hilarious as usual
I love the Larkmart toons! Definitely keep 'em comin!!
What to expect when you're expecting (an acceptance letter)
Some magic frog BEATS!
In the lunar new year, Newgrounds counts sheep!
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