Some of you might be wondering about the differences between sketches and so-called "Doodles" on the site. It may come as a surprise to you that not everything we run through a camera comes out the other end as a ribbon of solid gold. In reality, that only happens about eighty percent of the time.
Doodles, then, are our way of sharing the little side projects, the outcasts, experiments and misfits who might not have a place at the adults' table. Don't pity them, for they have their own unique charm and musk. They represent the subtle nuances of our e-personality. The tiny facial tics and night sweats that make us who we are.
So if you've exhausted our sketch library and still want more, head on down Doodle-way. You may just discover your favorite Muskets! sketch isn't a sketch at all, but an inoffensive advertisement for Oreo cookies.
Okay, maybe not that one; we kind of sold out on that one. Still though. Doodles!
After blasting your comedy receptors with a dose of Muskets! sketches, it can be hard to transition back to normal life. It's recommended that you engage in an activity rated at no less than eight fun units immediately afterwards or risk "the comedy bends." Symptoms of the comedy bends include depression, disorientation, rapid, sudden bone loss (the humerous specifically) and shrieking.
In case you're unfamiliar with the Chapelle Fun Unit rating scale, here are some approved post-Muskets! activities for you to safely enjoy.Skittles Vodka: A how-to guide on making Skittles vodka, the only known way to actually vomit a rainbow.
Zorbing: These people will seal you in a giant plastic ball, and all you have to do is fly to New Zealand!
Watch Peter Gabriel Zorb: Slightly less fun, but also less likely to end in you drowning in your own urine as you scrabble at the inside of a plastic ball.
Todd Schorr's Art: Click around the gallery until you either feel yourself going insane or reaching enlightenment. Proceed to the Skittles vodka.
Order a Top Hat: Because nothing spells "fun" like overdressing for your hearing with the foreclosure people.
Now that you've attained a relatively normal level of funification, you're free to go about your normal business. Please repeat this process whenever you have watched, are planning to watch, or actively choose not to watch a Those Aren't Muskets! sketch.