That Saget show that aired a week or two ago pretty much mostly featured James “Bobo” Fay and Craig Flipy. They were the two most obviously ridiculous characters on the shoot, so this should have pretty much been expected for the comedy show that the Saget crew was trying to put together. Plenty of people got kind of riled up about the show making bigfooters look bad, and those people probably won’t like this blog post very much. I didn’t mind the treatment, but then again, I wasn’t prominently featured (luckily).
My regular bigfooting buddy (and friend of the ‘squatch), Craig Flipy, was one of the main people with Saget for most of the shoot. I posted a blog article regarding Craig’s website earlier in the year, and now Craig has taken to trying to update his own blog once in a while, too.
Craig’s most recent blog details his perspective on being at the Saget shoot. His outlook on this adventure is unique in many ways, as could probably be guessed by Craig’s obvious, well, “uniqueness.” (Being “unique” is kind of a prerequisite for being a close friend of mine, as “normal” people pretty much make me nervous.)
Included on Craig’s blog are his audition tape for the gig (which also can be seen below because I think it’s funny), as well as several embarrassing moments from Bob Saget’s career (just to even things out a little, I suppose). Several of the clips aren’t exactly family-oriented, so be forewarned. Unlike me, Craig isn’t trying to run a youth-friendly blog.