Gabe Wilson created the character of Boozer The Clown way back in 2000, and then finally got around to making a few videos in 2002, which you can see here. As you can tell, the costume was not quite put together, and the voice was not as raspy as we know it to have become. Nevertheless, a few episodes of The Boozer The Clown show made it to air as part of The New Show and Prime Time Crew in 2002. There was the great 'Bunny Episode' which started to push Boozer the Clown's character (and costume) more, but when Ryan Hancock guest starred on an episode as Hobbo Stubs, there was a full stop to The Boozer The Clown Show. Stubs needed in.
So, after a few more trials with Boozer and Stubs teaming up to learn about the Alphabet, Foety Wada, and even release a CD, the show became The Boozer And Stubs Show in 2007, and that's the show we all know and love today. It was so easy and fun to make that it didn't take too long for the episodes to start rolling out. Sadly, due to distance and normal lives, the gang could only get together once a year to crank out episodes. As a matter of fact, Season 1 and Season 2 were each shot entirely in just two days each. We're very efficient.
What else is there to say about Boozer and Stubs? Well, Boozer did co-host an episode of Sideshow, Hobbo Stubs did some one-off tips you can watch, and we even broke his Storytime segments out into separate videos! Boozer and Stubs also helped bring the Happy Wacky Tallow Farm to life, which eventually spun off into three episodes of their own, and then spun off again into Super Game Talk Video Alpha
! Thanks, Boozer and Stubs!
While there have been a few attempts to keep Boozer and Stubs alive, it has sadly moved on. Could they come back for a reunion? Never say never. At least they got a few games to play, and they even make an appearance in Retro Knight! How did they get there?