Think it's hard finding a good job and a reasonable apartment? Then follow the adventures of Bitty Idiot and you'll feel a lot better. In Bitty: An Idiot In The City, Sunday Muse and co-writer Kurt Firla explore what happens when Muse's squeaky-voiced alter ego, Bitty, gets kicked out of her grandmother's home and has to fend for her clown-like self. Muse, whose lovable characters include the braces-wearing preteen Precious Stemming, wouldn't be out of place in the cartoon world of Pee-wee's Playhouse. Appropriate. Muse and Firla are developing the show, with guests including Paul Dunn and Margaret Lamarre, for TV.
What else, besides your show, could people spend $10 on?
A T-shirt that says, "I loved Bitty: An Idiot In The City."
Why should people sit in the front row?
So they can sit next to Jack Nicholson.
Why shouldn't they?
The last song in the show is called It's A Lovely Day For Explosive Diarrhea.
Are you going to the Madonna show?
No, but she's opening for my show. Another reason you should come.
Yoga or Pilates?
Neither. I just pose at the corner of Queen and Tecumseth and breathe out of my ass.
Who said "April is the cruellest month"?
I did, after slipping in some thawed dog shit.
How will Bill die in Kill Bill, Vol. 2?
He'll have a heart attack after being handed the script for Kill Bill, Vol. 3 during the final scene.
Do cellphones cause cancer?
Only if you smoke them. SARS masks back in style.
April showers bring...
SARS masks back in style.