|EMBARRASSING PHASES: The Nightmare Instead of Christmas!|
|Season 2, Episode 9|
|Link||EMBARRASSING PHASES: The Nightmare Instead of Christmas!|
|Transcript||Transcripts/EMBARRASSING PHASES: The Nightmare Instead of Christmas!|
|Characters featured||Roman Sanders, Virgil Sanders, Patton Sanders, Logan Sanders, Janus Sanders (cameo)|
Learning New Things About Ourselves
Selfishness v. Selflessness
“EMBARRASSING PHASES: The Nightmare Instead Of Christmas!” is episode 9 season 2 of the Sanders Sides youtube series. It was published on December 24, 2018.
Virgil wants to address a problem. The Sides journey through some of Thomas' old phases and have a little festive fun.
"It's easy to look back on our past selves and shudder at who we once were. Likewise, it's very easy for people to look at us and tell us what we're passionate about here and now is just a passing phase and it's inconsequential. But different phases in our life mean so much more. This Christmas, Virgil deals with a very similar problem as he attempts to keep the spirit of Halloween going well into December! Hope you all enjoy!!
I want to give a HUGE HUGE HUGE thank you to my main partner, the sole director of this video, contributor to the script, special graphical effects editor, makeup artist for Roman, costume contributor to Virgil, even the painter of the foam Frankenstein piece, Joan. Their aid, as in the majority of Sanders Sides videos but especially in this one, was absolutely necessary to get this video done!
I also want to greatly thank the other writers of the script, my friends, Quil and AJ! Also, a BIG thank you to all the artists who worked on this video! Talyn, who created Virgil's costume and did his makeup (as well as the owner of Roman's screaming voice!); Dahlia, who created both of Patton's costumes and did his makeup; Dominic, who created both of Roman's costumes; and Maelee, who did the makeup for Logan's /good/ Frankenstein's Monster costume! Also, thank you so much to my friend, Lev, for creating the thumbnail for this video! Also, thank you to Kristin Mercer, my honorary Aunt Patty, for her little cameo!!