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'''Taken For A Ride''' is the third episode of [[Tally Hall's Internet Show]], which premiered on their website October 13, 2008.  The episode runs 9 minutes and 17 seconds.  The episode is unique in that the whole episode is part of Andrew's dream.  The episode was most likely going to include the video for [[Taken For A Ride]], which had been animated by several artists at the Los Angeles Film Festival in October 2007.  The music video was to share the theme of being inside an elevator, but was never released due to personal choices by the band.  This is arguably the most surreal episode.
 
'''Taken For A Ride''' is the third episode of [[Tally Hall's Internet Show]], which premiered on their website October 13, 2008.  The episode runs 9 minutes and 17 seconds.  The episode is unique in that the whole episode is part of Andrew's dream.  The episode was most likely going to include the video for [[Taken For A Ride]], which had been animated by several artists at the Los Angeles Film Festival in October 2007.  The music video was to share the theme of being inside an elevator, but was never released due to personal choices by the band.  This is arguably the most surreal episode.
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* [https://vimeo.com/59623334 WATCH IT ON VIMEO.]
  
 
== Sketches ==
 
== Sketches ==

Latest revision as of 13:09, 9 September 2013

Taken For A Ride is the third episode of Tally Hall's Internet Show, which premiered on their website October 13, 2008. The episode runs 9 minutes and 17 seconds. The episode is unique in that the whole episode is part of Andrew's dream. The episode was most likely going to include the video for Taken For A Ride, which had been animated by several artists at the Los Angeles Film Festival in October 2007. The music video was to share the theme of being inside an elevator, but was never released due to personal choices by the band. This is arguably the most surreal episode.

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