About Stanford & Sons comedy club’s unofficial new mascot…
You know, baby squirrel Hope that office manager Christy has been caring for and bringing to Stanford’s in the Legends.
"Oh, now she can’t come to work because somebody in the comments section said it was illegal," grouses Stanford’s Craig Glazer. "So the squirrel’s not at work anymore. I mean, she’ll be back at some point but my secretary got upset and didn’t want to risk it."
Starting with a couple questions as to Hope’s behavior. Like is she housebroken?
Um, yeah," Glazer says. "To the extent that she has to be. She’s never gone to the bathroom on me."
How about in the office?
"Not to my knowledge."
Plus the squirrel has been growing older and starting to change, Glazer says.
"When she was little, she was more docile," Glazer says. "But now that she’s three months old, she’s turning into a squirrel."
Speaking of growing older, Glazer’s plan for dealing with Hope’s, um, sex drive once puberty kicks in?
"Well, first of all, she’s a girl," Glazer says. "But there’s not going to be any other squirrels because she’s an indoor squirrel. I don’t know. I mean, I enjoyed the time we had together – it was fun – but…"