S: The Casserole comes together by matthew M
FC: The Casserole Comes Together By Matthew McMorrough
1: Dedicated to my friend Colin (C) Cassserole Bros
3: I was in Colin's class in 3rd grade. This may not seem to have anything to do with casseroles. But it actually has lots to do with casseroles. One day, in class, we started learning about how frog populations keep going down. We also spoke about the many causes of it. After that, we were assigned partners to write a report about it with. I got assigned with Colin. I didn't know at the time, but the casserole was starting to come together.
5: Later that day, we started work. While working on it, we realized something creepy. We realized that if the frogs keep becoming extinct, it would be into a chain reaction. If it keeps going forever, there would be no forms of live whatsoever. This actually seemed really creepy. I had never thought of it that way before, and now I was pretty creeped out by it.But we were going make it into something funny. Not scary.
7: We had an idea. Our idea was to turn it into a movie. In it, we would tell actual facts, but making it funny with things like explosion montages, fake interviews, and sarcastic narration. We did start working on the writing process. But even though we didn't get very far, that wouldn't matter later.
9: One afternoon, Colin and I were working on our project, and I couldn't help but talk to him about the casserole I was going to make for my family. "I'm making a pizza casserole for my family. I can't wait to make it!" I said. Of course, Colin was interested. Considering the fact that he wants to be a New York Times (C) food critic and chef when he grows up. So, he was inspired to make one too! That was when I had it. Our movie production company would be called Casserole Bros. (C)
11: Months later, around the end of the school year, I wanted to make one last sale with my class business, Adverco, an advertising agency I ran with my friend Nature. We had never sold a commercial before. It was our highest priced service, although only 40 dollars. I made an agreement with Victor that I would make a commercial for his and Matthew Y's comic company, Hal's Horrible Days. After school that day, Colin had an idea. His idea was to make a movie based on the Hal's Horrible Days comic. Then I had it, this could be the first actual Casserole Bros project. Even though we never made that commercial, now were making something much bigger.