That’s show business, Phoebe. Sorry.
By the way, I’ve started recording for that video game I mentioned way at the start of the arc.
She was method acting! For those weeks she was Yoony the Unicorn.
Well, Marigold’s not wrong.
If dakota heard that…. yOu’Re NoT tHe StAr I aM!!
Panel 3: You’re still the star of a 7 year old webcomic with a title change* that has since been added to some newspapers (I think, but then never had the luck of seeing Spider-Man strips when I did get them:-(), has had 11 volumes of publication with reprints and a couple of exclusive story with a 12 book due**, an activity book and even a pillow.*
So before and after you’re pretty marketable is what I’m saying.
*Top billing to boot.
**September last I checked if plans aren’t changed.
Any other merchandise I’m unaware of?
Being yourself can be a letdown if you were someone else.
I hope Phoebe can fill that void with something creative and not destructive.
Like Phoebe, I first discovered this phenomenon when my school plays closed, but it has persisted throughout life. I call it “post-project letdown.”
Unicorn literal-mindedness again
I wonder if this is a real problem method actors have…
Did she get to keep the horn and tail, though?
Did she ever actually get to be Yoony the Unicorn in the play, though, or did the director cut it after the tiff on stage thinly disguised as improv?
In the words of Eurythmics: Be yourself tonight, Phoebe.
‘Play Post-partum Depression’ is not uncommon.
You don’t know who you really are? Just call the FBI, they have a complete file…
I used to have a tee shirt that I must have worn to death. It sort’a expresses Phoebe’s feelings and what the commentors here are saying, too:
Have you seen me anywhere?"
I had that experience once when I was singing in a ridiculous number of choirs in the second half of 20, running around at great speed until the end of my last gig in December, then dead halt. It was most disconcerting.