Knitty Gritty Fun

I am very flattered. My friend and co-worker Christine Jagalino just posted some cartoons I did for fun on the dry erase board outside the studio doors during Knitty Gritty on her blog; Friendshipnight.

These "how to" shows bring alot of stress for people like Christine, one of Knitty Gritty's show producers. The list of her job responsabilities is too long to post.

Christine always handled it with grace and calm.

I'm glad she found these cartoons enjoyable, I hoped to bring a little humor to our work days.


  1. I'm glad Christine posted them too - I really enjoyed the ones I got to see while I was there!

  2. aren't you the sweetest of the sweet. double sweetness. we're all looking forward to the book version, which should be all the photos of that dry erase board everyday at a certain time, like in Smoke (the movie).

    In fact, I think you should arrive at the Q set and do drawings every morning, just to do it, drink a coffee, smoke a few, get in your car and go, only to wake up the next day and do it again!--- until you look like rip van winkle and twitch too much.

    that would be the best old man thing you could ever do.

    Then you could write a book about the book and how you did that every day for the rest of your life.

    i'm getting carried away again.

    I already miss you dave! yikes!


  3. Thanks for the shout out Dave! I miss our zany lunch conversations and all the schemes we used to concoct.