We meet Sara, a struggling writer, who weaves a web of stories that link her to Maxx and Julie.
The message of this episode is sad, poignant... and at times, humoro us. But the ending is true "Writer's should know they can be as cruel as others." That is sort of how I feel. I believe I was meant to be a writer too. I'm a dude, though. Ha ha.
Absolutely amazing. As a professional cartoonist/animator, I can honestly say I wish we could be allowed to produce stuff like this more often. The Maxx was one of MTV's unique little treasures. :)
The Maxx Rocks, I love this crazy guy
They do sell a legit series set on amazon
I love this series. Great stuff! Got to admit, though, that if Sarah was too young to remember her father who died just three years ago, she'd be a lot younger than H.S. age or even junior high.
Thanks to MTV for posting this series. I'd have paid money for a complete CD with extra, unaired, episodes, original sketches and artist commentary. I even reported someone selling illegal copies on eBay once - that hurt cause I so wanted to see the entire series in order. Now this dream has come to fruition.
Listen, I know your busy getting a new tattoo and waiting for a reservation to that fancy LA restaurant that only executives can afford, but even the commercials aren't playing correctly on your feed. Promise me you are going to improve the video output. Your advertisers will notice.
Thanks again; I GOT MY MTV!
I was so like her in high school