Episode 1: Chicken Cordon Bleu

Posted November 17th, 2010 at 7:00 AM in Video. Tagged with , , .

8 Responses

  1. Hey Mike, Katherine and Derek,
    Very cool! Great work guys. I’m sending this out to my fb peeps. I would love to see what Napoleon could do to an English Muffin or a loaf of Russian Rye with a Cuisinart … “Remember (the) Waterloo”. Looking forward to the next episode. Call me if you are looking to do an episode with the ever so jolly Graham Kerr, a.k.a. The Galloping Gourmet. I really do an excellent impersonation of him … all I need is some cheap 1970’s sideburns. Check him out on YouTube. Besides having his own show, he frequently was on the Tonight Show and was a good friend of Johny Carson. The whole British/French thing could make for an interesting show … I would love to audition for the role. Keep up the great work, and as always … I wish you all peace. ~~ TFE

    Thomas F. Evans

    17 Nov 10 at 12:58 pm

  2. also: I think the height difference between Napoleon and Graham would be hilarious.

    Thomas F. Evans

    17 Nov 10 at 1:01 pm

  3. Will look into it. We’ve already got a number of ideas for upcoming episodes, but we can always use more.


    17 Nov 10 at 1:31 pm

  4. Katherine, Ray and I watched this morning. It was very funny!! I really liked it and can’t wait to see more episodes. This is a great idea for a series.

    Jody Walters

    18 Nov 10 at 8:02 am

  5. Great stuff Katherine! And I love the website – simple and well branded. What is your target audience? Good luck!


    18 Nov 10 at 10:28 am

  6. what a wino Napoleon is….love it…..great comedy! want more now!!!

    Linda Myers

    21 Nov 10 at 5:20 pm

  7. Hi Katie! I’m very, very proud of you, you’re so tall!
    You will accomplish great things and this is a wonderful start, can’t wait to see the next dish!
    Votre Vieil Ami

    Steve Hammond

    1 Dec 10 at 12:25 pm

  8. Katherine and Derek, you guys are so funny. I recognize your “annoyed” eyes, Katherine and I also recognize Derek’s mischievious demeanor. I think Napoleon is a bad bad distracted boy!! shame on him. A part well played. Love it and want MORE.

    Linda Myers

    1 Dec 10 at 6:06 pm

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