The Making of “Porcupine Racetrack”

by Dan McInerney on July 14, 2009

With The State DVDs being released and the premier of “Michael and Michael Have Issues” happening this week, it seems like I can’t turn around without running across something State related. Not that I’m complaining. In fact I’m doing the opposite of complaining, which I believe is called “anti-complaining”. The New York Times will be running a series called “State Secrets” revealing the behind the scenes stories of iconic State sketches. Speaking of that, it is very strange here is 2009 to see a major newspaper using words like “iconic” to describe The State, since back when it was first on it was just that dumb MTV comedy show that no one outside my circle of friends had ever heard of, and my dad thought was turning me gay. (Didn’t work then, but now that I have the DVDs there’s still time!)

Anyway, here is a nice little discussion on the making of “Porcupine Racetrack“. Guys, when David Wain falls down at the end of his dance, that was a mistake and they kept it in. IT WAS A MISTAKE! I’M SO FULL OF TRIVIA TIDBITS! AND IT LOVE IT!!!


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