MTV brings animation back to the network with "DJ and the Fro". It's Beavis and Butthead for the Millennial generation. "DJ and the Fro" work for a big corporation -- though they aren't sure exactly what the company does.
|James Arnold Taylor|
James Arnold Taylor loves voice-over. "It has been a dream of mine since childhood to do voice work ...
Ken was born during the Great Depression, sadly he still acts as if its still going on. All of his childhood years were spent switching from house to house between his parents. This went on till his teens, when his parents realized he was old enough for a job, so they put him to work in a local coal mine that had run out of canaries. Ken was surprisingly the best that the mine had ever hired. Too bad it took a few decades till the company decided to promote him to assistant manager of the store. At this time, employee debt numbered in an insane high under Ken's control. Just like every good thing in Ken's life, the job came to a tragic end when, during the winter of '87, the mine collapsed, killing everyone inside. He hatefully blames the miners who died that day, for him losing his job. Still today the sound of a canary singing, sets him off. Ken happened to get himself hired at Oppercon Industries in 1990 and has the title for having the company's sparsest cubicle.
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