Your show focuses on the amusing differences in logic between men and women – told from a guy’s perspective. Are these real life stories you have gone through or situations you have made up that you feel we can relate to?
GM: All of our episodes are based off of real situations that have happened. What you are seeing are scripts of real life moments in cartoon form. Everything has either happened to myself or someone in the cast.
Guy Moments “Smashed The Homie”
Tell us a little about each main character:
I play a character named Mark. He’s a sarcastic, funny guy. He’s also a former ladies man who just got out of a long-term relationship and is getting back into the game. I used to work security, so I gave him the same job. I also gave him my nickname, which is M-Dub.
Another character is named Eugene Spencer aka E-Spice. My friend Eian Woodward helped me develop E-Spice. He’s a Caucasian businessman who just got laid off from a major company, but fortunately he’s married to someone who has a good job. I purposely placed my characters in a multicultural situations; I don’t want people to get stuck on the fact that it has to be black with blacks or whites with whites.
His wife is a partner in a law firm and deals with celebrities. She also gets on Eugene nerves daily. You often will see a lot of clashing between the two on the show.
Guy Moments “The Married Life”
Another character is named D-Mo. He’s an African-American male that is a DJ. He’s the cool guy that everyone wants to kick it with.
The last main character is my favorite but I haven’t presented him yet. Every cartoon has their Stewie Griffin or Bart Simpson and he can play that role for us on this show. His name is AK-47. He’s a 25 Caucasian male that has a short, heavy build. He thinks he’s a real tough guy and has a fetish for big women. He also works at a custom car shop. He thinks he has a lot of street cred but he doesn’t. He’s a white guy that tries to act black all the time. The way that him and D-Mo will clash on the show will be hilarious.