Commentary track for: Dyercentral, Ask Mr. Dyer #1, Ask Mr. Dyer #2, Ask Mr. Dyer #3, Ask Mr. Dyer #4, Ask Mr. Dyer #5, Puppy hour #1, Puppy hour #2
It was a relief to finally bring this joke to an end. At least I got to kill a character!
“Twice the length means twice the puppies!”
For once, this video was made INTENTIONALLY bad. I still cringe when I see it. At least it introduced Dyercentral’s reining psychopath, Meridale.
“The First of many episodes to come.”
This was my final send off to Mr. Dyer, a big april fools event with his execution at the climax. After the video went live, I pretended to delete all my videos and began promoting only the new series, Puppy Hour. This was easily my most successful april fools joke, and one which I will never do again.
“The final Ask Mr. Dyer!”
Despite being invented as a holdover show, I still had a bit of affection for Ask Mr. Dyer. This was my last attempt to revive it before giving up and killing of its host. This video is also the origin of the “Thanks for watching” tagline that became common in all Dyercentral videos.
“The long awaited Ask Mr. Dyer is finally here. Remember to leave your questions below!”
This was made alongside Breaking NEWS in order to rejuvenate the channel with fresh new sketches. Of the two, this is probably my favorite.
“An independent movie starring me, Tommy Wis…er, i mean, Mr Dyer”
This was made at the same time as A Day in the Life of Mr. Dyer. The idea was to create new sketches in order to rejuvenate the now dry and boring Dyercentral. This particular sketch introduced several longtime characters, including Hengry Hippiee, Jon Gibbord, Sheriff Lyoid, and the all but forgotten Tony Ball.
“A giant monster is attacking the city, be very afraid.”
This is the last of the original Ask Mr. Dyer series. It came after nine months of absolutely nothing and was made solely to introduce Mr. Dyer’s father, Old Man Dyer, who I had planned to star in several elder-themed song parodies that never happened. No regrets!
“The third in the Ask Mr. Dyer series. Don’t forget to ask questions.”
Like most sequels, this sketch had a few unique and funny things about it, but overall it failed to live up to the original.
“The Second Ask Mr. Dyer. Thanks for all the questions”
This was the beginning of a series I made to fill in the time between sketches. It was inspired by different YouTube shows where commentators ask questions to which the host would provide comedic answers. Unfortunately, I forgot to build up a dedicated fanbase of commentators before the show, so I never had any material.
“The first in the Ask Mr. Dyer series”