Good morning, Toontown campers. The time has finally
come for us to bid adieu. Today I announce the last of our
grand prize winners in the big, big Roger Rabbit Toontown
Before I do that, I want to thank all of the nearly 1,000
Roger Rabbit fans who submitted entries to my contest. You’re
a very creative bunch. Your entries as they came in had me
laughing every day for weeks. I had so much fun with this
contest that I might make it an annual affair.
Let’s get to the goodies..
The winner of the second grand prize is Jeff Delgado.
Jeff says that if Roger and Jessica went to a costume party
they would go as Dopey and Snow White. Jeff even sent me a
picture (snapped on his new iPhone no doubt) of what they would
Good going, Jeff. For that Dopey answer you win a
Blu-ray DVD of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, a limited edition printed
copy of my new book Who Wacked Roger Rabbit, and an extremely rare
zillion simoleon note all autographed by me.
That’s it for now, Toontownians. Stay Tooned over the
next few weeks as I post photos of the winners with their
Here we go, gang. The day you’ve been
waiting for. When I announce the first of our two big grand
Let’s have the drum roll please.
And the winner is: Jordan Schwartz.
Here’s Jordan’s extremely creative and right-on-target
If Roger and Jessica went to a costume
party, I imagine Roger would go as Harveythe Invisible Rabbit from
the Mary Chase play/movie of the same name. He'd simply paint
himself in Acme's Disappearing/Reappearing Ink to make himself
invisible for the party. That way he can reappear when the
shindig is over.
As for Jessica, well
hates costume parties. Let’s get serious here. She is,
after all, Jessica Rabbit. Other women dress up as her.
She doesn’t have to pretend she’s somebody else to stand out in a
crowd. So she tells Roger she's going as the Invisible
Woman. Instead, she skips the party altogether and goes out
dining, dancing, and whatevering with Clark Gable. Roger
never notices his wife’s not at the party.
Good going, Jordan. For that
wack-a-doodle answer you win a Blu-ray DVD of Who Framed Roger
Rabbit, a limited edition printed copy of my new book Who Wacked
Roger Rabbit, and an extremely rare zillion simoleon note all
autographed by me.
Toon in tomorrow when I’ll announce the
We’re getting close, Roger Rabbit fans. Tomorrow I
announce the first of the two winners in the Great Roger Rabbit
Collectibles Extravaganza Giveaway. In the meantime, here’s
an Honorable Honorable Mention. This one was submitted by the
creative and talented Adam Antium Nunez. If you’ll remember,
he WON the first giveaway. I stated that fans could submit as
many entries as they wanted. This was Adam's second entry.
It’s a hum dinger. Had Adam not won before, he would
have won again with this original, inspired, and imaginative
scenario. Plus Adam gets extra points for incorporating yours
truly into his scenario.
Good going, Adam. No award for this, but only because
you already got one. You do get two thumbs up from me, two
ears up from the Rabbit, and from Jessica…. Well let’s just say
that she likes it too.
The question was, if Roger and Jessica went to a costume
party, what costumes would they wear.
Roger would dress up as The Shmoo, and Jessica would dress up
as the lovely Daisy May.
No Toon party is complete without having Gary K. Wolf around!
He dresses up as Li'l Abner and spends the evening in a heavy sweat
as Jessica shamelessly flirts with his alter ego.
Roger spends most of the evening Shmoo-ing it up to a
delighted audience, but almost loses his cool when he sees Jessica
and Gary together. Determined to show her two can play at that
game, Roger downs some spiked punch and looks around the room,
finding Brunhilde from What's Opera, Doc? Not recognizing a subtly
costumed Bugs Bunny, Roger starts showering him with compliments
while downing even more punch. Bugs plays along, naturally.
Roger and Jessica lose sight of each other as the night goes
on. Once Jessica's shameless flirting has caused Gary's costume to
melt into a rubbery puddle on the floor, she gives him a sweet kiss
on the forehead and goes searching for Roger, who is now on the
dance floor dancing the "Two Bunny Tango" with a very amused Bugs.
Gary, on the other hand, is leaning against the wall with a look of
relief upon his face now that he has poured his drink and ice down
Daffy, dressed as Elmer Fudd, is fuming at Bugs being in the
spotlight yet again. He bounds to the dance floor, bumping Roger
the Shmoo out of the way and into Jessica's waiting arms. He joins
Bugs in the Tango, determined to upstage him so everyone will
recognize him for the comic genius he is.
The dance ends abruptly when Bugs dips Daffy, places a rose
in his beak, and spins him so fast that Daffy is drilled into the
floor. Once the drilling sound stops, there is a moment of silence,
followed by a mighty KABOOM, and the clatter of a duck beak falling
to the floor. A withered featherless arm reaches up from the hole,
grabs the beak, taps off the ash, and retreats to the hole. Moments
later, a bald Daffy slinks away, humiliated again.
Roger glances over and looks at Daffy through punch drunk
eyes and says, "Look, Jessica! A plucked duck!" before promptly
Waddya think, Roger fans? Ain’t that a gasser?
Come back tomorrow for the first of our two big winners.
The excitement’s building, Roger Rabbit
fans. We’re getting close to the end of the Great Roger
Rabbit Collectibles Extravaganza Giveaway. This is the last
Honorable Mention Winner.
The task was to tell me what costumes Roger
and Jessica would wear to a costume party. Brad Ulanoski
knocked it out of the park with his suggestion that Jessica would
go blonde and would come as sultry screen siren Veronica
Lake. Roger would swipe Baby Herman’s cigar and deck himself
out as Groucho Marx. Brad even sent along some fantastic artwork to
show how they’d look in their costumes.
Good going, Brad. You said the secret
word. For that you win an extremely rare zillion simoleon
note autographed by me.
Come by tomorrow when we’ll have a special
Here’s the next Honorable Mention winner in
the Great Roger Rabbit Collectibles Extravaganza
The task was to tell me what costumes Roger
and Jessica would wear to a costume party. Austin Walker
nearly brought me to tears by commemorating two of my dear friends,
both sadly now passed on. Austin says Roger would pay tribute
to his dear friend Genie from Disney's Aladdin and honor Robin
Williams by dressing as Robin’s iconic first role, Mork from Ork
with Jessica donning a stunning Orkan Mindy space suit. Genie
would return the kindness and go as Roger's best bud, Eddie to
honor the memory of Bob Hoskins
Nice job, Austin Walker. For your
thoughtful and very appropriate sentimental homage, you win an
extremely rare zillion simoleon note autographed by me.
Come by tomorrow for more. We’re
getting close to the two big winners, and you won’t want to miss
them. They’re both zingers.