Trivia: Least I Could Do
- Executive Meddling: For an Animated Adaptation that was never made. This became the subject of much contention between Sohmer, DeSouza, and Tele Toon. Blind Ferret have been at it since 2007, with limited success beyond a set of shorts. Then Tele Toon struck them up on an offer—and then stated their plans to completely mangle the source material,Cultural Translation, convincing Sohmer and co. to leave. In 2011, Tele Toon created a copyright-friendly ripoff, and a hackeneyed one at that, of what would have been the Animated Adaptation (entitled "The Dating Guy"), spurring Blind Ferret Entertainment (along with Randy Milholland) to get a pilot produced independently.
- What Could Have Been: If not for the ridiculous amount of Executive Meddling (see above), an Animated Adaptation would have actually been made.
- Creator Backlash: More like artist backlash. The comic's first artist, Trevor Adams, reportedly quit because he didn't like the direction the comic was going. He explains why in an email: http://badwebcomics.wikidot.com/least-i-could-do/#toc4