The boys Recently on the show we were introduced to a strange ingredient – Love Sausage – and it looks like we can see more of it. Ahem.
The last time we saw Love Sausage (Criminal mind‘Andrew Jackson), he proved his penis-prolonged genius by trying to strangle Kimiko with a so-called addition of mother’s milk (Laz Alonso) before he fell.
Looks like we’ve seen her last well after that, but it looks like Sharner’s Eric Crepe has listened to fans’ requests and can bring him and his huge penis back.
Time The boys Interview cast at New York Comic-Con this week, Kripke revealed that there had been “conversations” about the possibility that he might return.
“I focused on the reaction and the reaction to the shame as I said it, which one writer said last week that it’s not the interrelationship of mother’s milk and love sausage. We’re talking about it, there’s a conversation.”
Instantly everyone started cheering and laughing and after the initial push Alonso said, “Well, I want to bring him back”, so we’ll see when the show returns next season.
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Crepe recently broke the NSFW scene of Love Sausage and how he continues to try to make it even crazier.
“The profit sausage came late enough to develop the script,” Creep explained earlier. Entertainment Weekly. “We had two drafts written, but then we sometimes got to the point where we said, ‘You know what? It’s not crazy enough. We’re missing the moment that makes people say holy shit.
“He’s a giant Russian man with a giant giant – that’s his story. The name is ridiculous and it’s so ridiculous,” he said before admitting that the crew would have a “long meeting” before shooting this episode dedicated to making decisions. How many veins will appear in the over-sized addition of the character.
“It should be circumcised, we spent 20 minutes. We arrived, no, it shouldn’t be but I will be paid for this conversation.”
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