Arriving home, Garrett finds an odd scene behind his garage: A lit candle, two chairs, a golf putter, and a pair of boxer shorts. So Garrett decides to conduct a self-interview.

Chris Weagel

Chris Weagel writes about the intersection of technology and parenting for Wired Magazine. No he doesn't. He can't stand that shit.

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  • I think Garrett just forgot what he did yesterday. The real question is, what was he doing with candles, a golf club, and boxer shorts?

  • It’s like another “Fight Club”.. talking to himself and thinks there is another person there… but it is only one Garrett… dun dun dah!!!

  • Haha “not everything is bugged by the CIA or next door neighbors” … thats a quote for the ages.

    … how does he know the partiers drive SUVs?

  • I’m still trying to work out if he’s really like this or is one of the creators mates playing up for the camera. either way it’s interesting to see what he comes up with. hey isn’t that plant he’s sitting next to a bit suss or am I seeing things. maybe that’s where the paranoia comes from. why did he say he was going to sleep in the carpark area in the first one if he has a wife and child and house.

  • I liked how this piece revealed so many things, all at once, about Garret–here, you have his performativeness, his violence, and his everyman pragmatisim (“I’m gettin’ pretty fucking hungry here…”). Whether or not it’s staged, I liked it.