So I’m folded up inside my tool chest like an origami Sasquatch with the lid closed (don’t ask), and I can hear Roy Underhill come into the “The Woodwright’s Shop” to begin the episode.
His voice is muffled through the 7/8”-thick pine, but I can hear him introduce the program.
“And… darn it,” Roy says. “Four seconds in to the show and I cut myself.”
Somehow Roy has brushed against one of my panel saws, and the blood is trickling out. He begins the program again without the aid of a bandage. So I got a souvenir: Two drops of St. Roy’s blood on the inside of my tool chest.
I will start the bidding at $50 per drop of certified Roy Underhill blood.
— Christopher Schwarz
20 thoughts on “Anarchist’s Tool Chest on ‘The Woodwright’s Shop’”
Holy Grail Joke.
More of the Roy and Chris show! Yahoo!
A show without Roy’s blood is like a day without sunshine.
Have you considered that perhaps Mr. Underhill hates what you build? First Roubo at WIA and now the ATC!! I would recommend keeping him far away from the Campaign creation (in a past episode, I could have sworn I saw him lick the huon of your English square while you were looking into the camera)!
Careful, he’s a bleeder. Saw him bleed on many of his old shows.
Blood is the best wood finish in the world.
there’s a movie about that – “The Red Violin”
can we clone him from some of his blood?
That he bleeds exclamation points should surprise no one : )
I cannot wait to see you pop out of that tool chest during the episode!
They also serve who only stand and bleed.
I missed the chapter on body disposal in the ATC.
It’s instinct to central Arkansans (and other places not far off). Sometimes we forget others don’t know. The materials list is short and the cut list is not necessary. 😉
Time to call C.S.I. Pittsboro.
We can sign our work with a thumb print from our own blood. Just think how that would foil future forgeries!
OUT OUT DAM’D SPOT !
so, uhm, the tool chest is to keep anarchists in then?
That much blood and gore on the show could compromise the ratings …. 😉
I’ve heard of Jack in the Box…
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