What happens when Bigfoot's forest is invaded by alien neighbors on one hill and annoying humans homesteading in a haunted cabin on the other hill?!
Nothing BUT the Outlandish !!!
The Outlanders are tucked away in the corner of reality that few dare to venture-that is-if they want to keep the paranormal out of their way!
HOG-WORF: AKA: "HOG"
Hog, is a Bigfoot and he's not ahead of his time and time isn't catching up with him, either! He named himself as such, because he steals cable and enjoys sci-fi and fantasy the most--namely Star Trek and Harry Potter.
He's a stagnant, territorial, foot stomping, bipedal mammal--who doesn't handle change very well--that is--while in his Bigfoot form. His job is to patrol the forest for any intruders and convince them by any means necessary, to not hang around for long. He especially dislikes squirrels; he does't feel it's right that they can go among humans and forest creatures. He's pretty sure they are out to expose ALL Bigfoot!
The other part of his job is as a "human", where he makes sure other Bigfoot don't expose them all to REAL humans. You see, Bigfoot have the ability to shave themselves down and hold-off their "fur-burst" for a short amount of time and Hog is one of the best at it. Humans were once acquaintances of Bigfoot, but as they lost their fur, Humans grew fearful of Bigfoot.
So, when the freshly shaved Bigfoot go into the nearby town of Miltown, HOg is there to monitor things and help them out when needed. Hogs life and job begin to unravel when a homesteader takes up residence in his forest in the haunted cabin on one hill and alien refugees take over the opposite hill!
He's a wisecracking, fast-paced, know-it-all alien, who decides to make Earth his new home against the protests and utter disgust of Hog. He acts before he asks, he takes before he thinks, and he RUNS into trouble—he doesn't walk into it!
Slap and his wife, Kick, love the more outrageous tendencies his people once practiced, yet no longer participate in. So, they both have been exiled from their planet "WAAP" (pronounced only as a loud slapping sound) to fit in on Earth, with beings he feels understands his crazy urges—unbeknownst to Hog. Hog is somewhat more ethical, that he becomes an odd teacher (of some sort) for Slap's unruly treatment of others.
Hog's girlfriend, Xena, is a no nonsense type of Bigfoot who also enjoys the more colorful things in life. Her job is to see to it that the forest remains lush and green and that the town keeps up on their recycling promises—even if she has to get pushy! She will also plant a garden, shop, cook, and snap at Hog in an instant to put him back in line—and you better believe he listens!
He is the ghost who haunts the once abandoned cabin on the hilltop. Everyone calls him "LaDy" (he hates that they blend his first and middle name) he was a Chinese railroad worker who helped connect America's coasts. He got hit in the head by a rock, often the weapon of choice of any Bigfoot, and as he lay on the ground hoping for help to come he was instead put in a spotlight.
It turned out the light was coming from a UFO and the occupant got out only to push his injuries to an untimely death with a mind probe and offering no help! Thusly, LaDy is no fan of Hog or Slap! LaDy is also not to be trusted by them as he feels he owes them minor smacks from his nun-chucks at random times of the day as he says something in Chinese in revenge for his death.
He is the homesteader who decided to move into the abandoned cabin in hopes of finding his manhood with his trusty homesteader handbook. Jimmy is absolutely clueless about what he's doing and often becomes lost in the woods. During his times of wandering, other temporary homesteaders move in and are chased out by LaDy, Hog and Slap. LaDy likes living alone, Hog is territorial and Slap just wants new mind probe specimens.
Jimmy only stays in the cabin because he seems to not believe his own eyes whenever these creatures show up. He is a typical witness to paranormal phenomena who is in denial of his own experiences.
He's a lake monster who also happens to be a psychotherapist and offers his services to Hog when he stumbles upon him. Super changes colors often; because before he was born he couldn't decide what race or gender he wanted to be.
He is often seen coming into the forest by way of an inlet from the lake. Hog and Super both vent on their frustrations to each other, Super is mostly concerned about finding a date. Being that he’s the only lake monster around, he tends to date most anything and introduces them—often to Hog’s horror on who and what it is!
Love and Light
These are the “hairpieces” that sit atop of Slap and Kick's heads. Light is on Slap's head and Love is on Kick's head. They are a single eyeball creature with fur for legs who were attached to their heads in hopes of encouraging them to change their wild ways. They sit atop of their domes, mostly in horror at what they are bearing witness to and sometimes they meet up to exchange their horror stories in intelligible beeps and chirps.
Their job is also to serve as a spy and allow their home planet to watch what Slap and Kick are doing. If they happen to change their ways, Slap and Kick will be allowed to return to their planet. The pair know about this and choose to, instead, rub their wild escapades in the moral faces of their leaders while seeking new levels of horror and shock to Love and Light. They may even pass out, from time-to-time.