Falling is easy; it's the landing that usually hurts.
We have high hopes that you will find this video amusing. It provides a rare glimpse – a window, even – into an unusual process.
See, we have been practicing comedy for a long time, but our work has traditionally been of a largely stationary, dialog-oriented variety. We have never before done visual comedy of any kind.
Of course, people nowadays prefer to see things instead of hearing them. (Or, God forbid, reading.) So the jump to visual comedy always seemed like the next logical step. But as we started talking about actually making the jump into visual comedy, I became keenly aware that we had essentially no experience with its basic building blocks.
And that would never do.
So we started actually practicing: Taking falls, making faces, doing silly walks, and anything else we could think of to do.
The terrifying results are hereby presented, in part, for your amusement. As stated, we have high hopes in that regard.