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9/25/2007

The Murry Wilson Show, part IV: Bobo, you’re flatting

By Kenneth Rainey. Filed under: TweedBlog, video.

In this, the final installment, Murry teams with his new buddies Joe Jackson and Fred Lennon to build the perfect rock star son.

Visit creator Peter Bagge’s website for other cool stuff;
http://www.peterbagge.com/

Previous posts:
I’m a genius too, you know!
Stop! You’re giving me ear cancer! (includes links to the original Murry Wilson tapes)
The Murray Wilson show, part III

Murry’s anger management class pisses him off

By Kenneth Rainey. Filed under: TweedBlog, video.

In this episode, Murry finds solace in the company of other abusive rock-and-roll dads.

Previous posts:
I’m a genius too, you know!
Stop! You’re giving me ear cancer! (includes links to the original Murry Wilson tapes)

Stop! You’re giving me ear cancer!

By Kenneth Rainey. Filed under: TweedBlog, video.

Part two of the Murry Wilson show, a cartoon series based on Brian, Carl, and Dennis Wilson’s famously abusive dad… In this episode, Murry lovingly reminds some uppity youngsters that, before Brian was a genius, he lived in Murry’s balls.

WFMU’s Beware of the Blog has the Murry Wilson tapes in all their painful, dysfunctional glory:
Full version
Cliff’s Notes version

Previous posts:
I’m a genius too, you know!

I’m a genius too, you know!

By Kenneth Rainey. Filed under: TweedBlog, video. Tags:

As Tangleweed prepares to reenter the studio and work on our next magnum opus, I’d like to take a few moments to celebrate one of the great tales of family dysfunction and studio misery. Murry Wilson, father of Carl, Dennis, and Brian, was captured on tape running a Beach Boys session into the ground. After helping to sabotage a series of takes of ‘Help Me Rhonda’, Murry attempts to belittle Brian by uttering the now infamous line, “I’m a genius too”. Brian gently reminds his dad that, prior to a fatherly beating, he could hear out of his right ear.

Murry was a fine human being. Apparently he used to like to torment Brian by pulling out his glass eye and forcing him to look in the empty socket.

So it is with great pleasure that I present this series of web cartoons. They’re not new, but, if you haven’t seen them, you’re in for a treat. The voice talent includes several Mr. Show alumns: Paul F. Thompkins, Tom Kenney, and Jill Talley. Tom Kenney is revered in my household for his work as the voice of Sponge Bob.