Thursday, November 26, 2009

Saturday, November 21, 2009

Wednesday, November 18, 2009


This maneuver for one point involves singin' like you was in a death metal band. If you can't do that then just scream. I prefer using adult contemporary and soft rock classics of the early nineteen eighties fer this.

Try this number:

Or this bad boy:

Enjoy kickin' ass and gettin' tons of free shots for your efforts. trust me. I know.

Tuesday, November 17, 2009

Scary-oke...the comic strip!

Believe it or not I've had multiple requests for a Scary-oke comic strip. Here's my first attempt. Hope y'all get a good laugh at my expense.

Monday, November 16, 2009


This card is for the one point maneuver of singing in pig latin. Don't try this for The Humpty Dance by Digital Underground. No one... I mean NO ONE likes their oatmeal'hay umpy'lay.

Wednesday, November 11, 2009

The 007 Challenge

Who doesn't love a James Bond Theme? I'll tell ya'! Dudes with bionic hands, eyepatches, and overly aggressive manservants. They hear one of those and they go runnin' fer the door. Lets keep our bars clean of super criminal masterminds shall we? The last thing we need is for one of our precious magical dolphin friends to fall into a shark tank and get shot with a laser.

Monday, November 9, 2009

Card Back

This is going to be on the backs of all the challenge cards. Things are moving along.

A Little Bette Midler with Middle School Dancin'

Photo by Alex Ferguson, DJ

We all did some play testing last night at my favorite karaoke spot, Botanica on East Houston Street. Their Sundays with Alex have been as near as church as I'll ever get for some time now and the OUTRAGEOUS moves and sounds of the singers was my inspiration for Scary-Oke.

This image is of my lovely girlfriend, Ann, after challenged to "Wind Beneath my Wings" (2 point challenge) with "like you're in middle school" (1 point maneuver). Her inflection was appropriately over-pronounced with each syllable stressed on every line and she had some wicked cool interpretive dance steps to go with each line. Then I joined her for an awkward middle school slow dance at the finish. She definitely earned her three points!

Friday, November 6, 2009

Stay seated.

This bad boy illustrates one of those maneuver examples in the sidebar there. Pretty simple. I find when performers stay on stools it makes 'em look real sophisticated. Classy even. Try owning it yourself, big guy!