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Episode 58
Know Thyself

August 27, 2014


SUB-NAVIGATION:

Tell me about "Seminar"!

I want to submit a story for inclusion in "Seminar"!

Let me hear the Seminar preview trailer!

Who's in the Seminar cast?

Let me see some Seminar art!

I'd like to subscribe to the Seminar podcast!

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NEWEST ART:

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We have voluntarily self-rated this production as:


AWARDS:

Winner of 2012-13 Pendy for Best Actor in a Seminar short
Barbra Dillon as Jackie in "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Work"

Winner of 2012-13 Pendy for Best Writing in a Seminar short
Susan Bridges for "San Diego"

Winner of 2012-13 Pendy for Best Seminar short
"A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Work" by Jeffrey Bridges

Winner of 2012-13 Pendy for Best Supporting Actor in "Seminar" wrappers
Perry Whittle as Student 33


Winner of 2011 Pendy for Best Actor in a Seminar short
Jack Calk as Frank Jones in "The Burrower"

Winner of 2011 Pendy for Best Writing in a Seminar short
Perry Whittle for "The Burrower"

Winner of 2011 Pendy for Best Seminar short
"The Burrower" by Perry Whittle


Winner of 2010 Pendy for Best Actor in a Seminar short
Bernadette Groves as Woman in "Moment"

Winner of 2010 Pendy for Best Writing in a Seminar short
Brian Martinez Oldham for "Time's Quartet Pt. 4"

Winner of 2010 Pendy for Best Seminar short
"Moment" by Marleigh Norton


Winner of 2009 Pendy for Best Actor in a Seminar short
Fiona Thraille as Lady Grey in "Tea and Terrorism"

Winner of 2009 Pendy for Best Writing in a Seminar short
Brian Martinez Oldham for "Time's Quartet"

Winner of 2009 Pendy for Best Seminar short
"Tea and Terrorism" by Marleigh Norton


Winner of 2008 Pendy for Best Actor in a Seminar short
James Rossi as Jacob in "Spaced Out"

Winner of 2008 Pendy for Best Writing in a Seminar short
Mike Winters for "Detective Mac"

Winner of 2008 Pendy for Best Seminar short
Mike Winters for "Detective Mac"


Winner of 2007 Pendy for Best Actor in a Seminar short
Philip Weber as Detective Mac in "Detective Mac"

Winner of 2007 Pendy for Best Writing in a Seminar short
Alicia Laine Matheson and Rene Christine Jones for
"Don't Come Back Until I Have a Penis"

Winner of 2007 Pendy for Best Seminar short
Mike Winters for "Detective Mac"



ABOUT "SEMINAR":

"Seminar" is a full-cast, ongoing anthology show with no restrictions on genre.

I've been an independent radio play director since writing and directing my own original "Genesis Avalon," so I've really enjoyed the technical part of the radioplay process, just as much as acting. While I play several roles with Pendant that I've accumulated over time, I've kept a close rapport with Jeffrey, and had spoken to him several times about the projects Pendant was working on.

Then came the call for directors. After giving him a sample of Genesis Avalon, and after discussing the possibilities for a show I could work on for Pendant, we began to have the budding idea for an anthology series. This certainly appealed to me, because I could do all the casting and mixing, and I had the added bonus of creating the framework for these short stories.

Seminar is, first of all, a classroom. While sci-fi in it's futuristic nature, the show is about showcasing the scripts sent in, casting them in the hopes that they fit the characters. I knew I didn't want to do it in an Outer Limits/Twilight Zone fashion, so I wracked my brain for something different.

The idea for the Instructor sort of popped into my head, and I knew what I wanted to do with the show. I truly enjoy the one-shot nature of each episode, with the only tie-in being the eerie and knowing Instructor setting the stage, as it were, for the show.

Hopefully, you'll find it as much fun as I have since beginning, and as the Instructor would say:

Please take your seats, as class is about to begin.

Kathryn Pryde
Co-creator and director, "Seminar"

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I've wanted to do an original anthology show ever since Pendant Productions first formed. Due to other projects and not enough people to work on them, it took forever to get off the ground.

That's where the talented Kathryn Pride comes in. She's got big roles in many of our shows, so I knew she could act. But I never knew she could direct until I heard her original radio play, "Genesis Avalon". Impressed with her work I immediately began talking to her about getting her directing a show for Pendant, and here we are.

The format for the show, that of the instructor teaching the stories featured in the anthology as lessons to students in the future is a unique one that hopefully brings something new to the anthology format. There's never going to be another Rod Serling, but his genius is certainly something to aspire to and to inspire us.

Short-form fiction allows for an entirely different kind of storytelling, and I'm happy we're finally able to bring that to you through Pendant.

Jeffrey Bridges
Co-creator and editor, "Seminar"
Founder and Executive Producer, Pendant Productions

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Hello all you beautiful people who are bothering to read this,

I love Seminar. I think that the premise of the show is amazing, and it's a wonderful way to get people writing, and acting. I think this show should be about giving people opportunities, more than anything else.

You like Radio Drama? This show is for you. It's a potpourri of stories given to us by you, our listeners, and brought to life. Above all other things, that faith given by our writers needs to be validated. You trust us with your stories, and it's our job to bring them to life.

If you have a story, I highly encourage you to write it up and send it in to our Editors. They are here to help you, and encourage you upon your path. We need our writers first and foremost, as they give us the scripts that is the lifeblood of the show.

Second, you actors. I don't care if you've never had a role before, or if you've been acting since you played a baby in X show. If you've got decent a decent microphone, and you're willing to bring a character to life, I am willing to cast you. I need you to audition; no, I beg you to audition. You are the players, and we need everyone we can get. Especially you ladies.

Last, and least of all, It is my job to take the script you've written, the characters the actors have brought to life, and bring it together. The faith that Jeffrey and Kat, and well, you, have put in me to do that, is astounding, and I will do my best to validate that faith.

Pendant has been my family for 6 years now, and it's been a rewarding family. It's been there for me when everything in my life seems to go bad. it is my hope that Pendant can be there for other people when similar things go down.

The best entry point is obviously the Pendant Yahoo group. Then, there's obviously auditioning, and I hope Seminar is your place to go, with an ever-changing cast-list, we're looking for your voice.

Get your foot in the door; I promise, I'll be gentle.

Colin J. Kelly
Director, Episode 43 onward

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SUBMITTING A SCRIPT FOR INCLUSION IN "SEMINAR":

So you want to submit a script, eh? Fantastic! We'd love to read it. There are, however, a few qualifiers:

1. Your story must be in script form. We do not have time to convert prose to script. Here's an example, if you're not familiar with them. All scripts for "Seminar" (and indeed all shows by Pendant Productions) need to be in standard screenplay format.

2. Submitted scripts should be 3 - 15 pages in length.

3. We cannot accept all scripts sent to us into the show, but we will accept as many as we can.

4. The story and characters must be original and created by you. If you are adapting an existing work, it must be in the public domain. YOU retain full rights to the stories and characters you create, and you grant Pendant Productions the right to produce said material in audio form and to promote "Seminar" using said material.

5. Scripts should be sent to scripts@pendantaudio.com. Make sure your subject line includes "Seminar Submission: YourTitleHere".

6. Stories must be self contained, and limited to only one or two parts (of no more than 15 pages each).

More info on script writing and formating is in our FAQ:
http://pendantaudio.com/faq.php#scripts

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PREVIEW TRAILER


Seminar project preview trailer

(Feb 17, 2007)
(01mins 10secs)
Seminar begins on February 24, 2007!

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THE CAST OF "SEMINAR":

Kristen Bays Actor: Instructor
Jeffrey Bridges Editor, co-creator, director (40-42)
Bernadette Groves Editor, wrapper writer
Colin J. Kelly Director (43 onward), assistant director (41-42)
David Alexander McDonald Composer
Kathryn Pryde Co-creator

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CURRENT EPISODE

Episode Fifty-seven - "Wrong Choices"
(June 25, 2014)
(33mins 50secs)
Bad decisions made for the right reasons still get you in the same amount of trouble. Featuring "Decisions on Alien Suburbia" by V.C. Morrison and "Welcome to the Underground" by Frank Harbuck III.

 


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PAST EPISODES


Episode One - "Sounds and Greed"
(Feb 24, 2007)
What happens when Satan has your phone number, and knows all of your darkest, dirtiest secrets? Whatever it is, it's got to be worse than when your ex-partner in crime gets out of jail and has a plan for one more big score that could set you up for life... or does it?

Featuring "The Sound of the Click" and "The Big Payday".

 


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Episode Two - "Poetry and Culture"
(Mar 24, 2007)
Who is rapping, rapping at the chamber door? A dark and foreboding creature, or a gentle but imaginary friend? Seminar tackles the ways in which we cope with loss and despair... or fail to.

Featuring "The Raven" and "Genji".

 


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Episode Three - "The Grotesque and Justice"
(Apr 21, 2007)
The Instructor takes things down a dark road and into a world of murder and violence, double-crosses and abusive booyfriends... and the chance to turn the tables on those who've wronged you.

Featuring "Walk with Death" and "Game's Over".

 


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Episode Four - "Coffee and Humor"
(May 26, 2007)
How well does the Instructor understand comedy, or for that matter, warm caffeinated beverages? Spontaneous inquiry: what is humor?

Featuring "Black Joe Coffee" and "Coffee Break".

 


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Episode Five - "Rivals and Universal Narrative"
(Jun 23, 2007)
Old friends get together for one last hurrah, but there's always the little problem of ego to get in the way. And be wary of falling down garbage chutes... but should it happen, well, maybe you'll be lucky enough to meet the Trashman.

Featuring "The Reunion" and "Roxy and the Trashman".

 


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Episode Six - "Fantasy and Film Noir"
(Jul 21, 2007)
When aliens invade, who you gonna call? The sales team, that's who! And just what does Sandy Valentine want with Detective Mac? It must be pretty serious, because dames don't rebuild stairs for just anyone!

Featuring "Conference Call" and "Detective Mac".

 


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Episode Seven - "Curiosity"
(Aug 25, 2007)
When looking for work, take jobs from mysterious strangers at your own peril. And sometimes the most horrible thing about a murder is what you don't know.

Featuring "Cargo" and "Enmity".

 


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Episode Eight - "Miniseries"
(Sep 22, 2007)
The Trashman has a body! And a bathroom. What a guy! And do you have any idea what "Detective Mac" scripts go for on the black market? $300! It's true.

Featuring "Roxy and the Trashman", act 2, and "Detective Mac", part 2.

 


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Episode Nine - "Personification"
(Oct 26, 2007)
Cows chew the cud and literary characters mock your sexual prowess, or lack thereof. It's an examination of humor that gives voice to inner desires like... farmhands are hot. And so is Erik.

Featuring "Ruminations" and "Don't Come Back Until I Have a Penis".

 


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Episode Ten - "Breaking Point"
(Nov 24, 2007)
A Russian is assassinated by an American, which makes headaches for the British, and just what happens when you're adrift in space, waiting for rescue? Some things there's no escape from.

Featuring "Costigan" and "Escape Pod".

 


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Episode Eleven - "Rising Action"
(Dec 15, 2007)
Michael Bolton makes crooks feel dirty, Yoopers call when you think about them and the Fnork's gonna getcha if you're not careful. The surreal returns.

Featuring "Detective Mac", part 3 and "Roxy and the Trashman", act 3.

 


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Episode Twelve - "Culmination"
(Jan 25, 2008)
The macabre, insanity and what lies beyond death haunt our characters and teach them that things aren't always what they seem.

Featuring "A Perfect Circle" and "Foreclosure".

 


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Episode Thirteen - "Epoch"
(Mar 21, 2008)
(29mins 53secs)
What is the nature of time? Would you rather change the past or concentrate on the future? How you answer that question determines the person you become.

Featuring "Timepiece" and "Killing Time".

 


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Episode Fourteen - "Appearances, Good Business and Absurdism"
(Apr 25, 2008)
(18mins 17secs)
If you're on the run, you'd better hope your disguise is at least good enough to fool a cabbie. And when given a big assignment at the last possible second and things go wrong... don't worry, because your clients probably know less than you do.

Featuring "On the Lam" and "Good Discussion".

 


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Episode Fifteen - "Liars and Hypocrites "
(May 23, 2008)
(33mins 30secs)
What do aging, fading rock stars and disgruntled customers have in common? They're both... edible.

Featuring "Feed the Poor" and "Third Shift".

 


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Episode Sixteen - "Late Night Double Feature Audio Show"
(June 20, 2008)
(21mins 54secs)
It's madcap madness and mayhem as the surreal Detective Mac reaches its surprising conclusion!

Featuring "Detective Mac" parts 4 and 5.

 


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Episode Seventeen - "Suspension of Disbelief"
(July 25, 2008)
(24mins)
Forces of nature are not to be trifled with, be they planets or... typewriters.

Featuring "The Empire Strikes Back" and "Runaway".

 


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Episode Eighteen - "Parody and Humor"
(August 22, 2008)
(19mins 30secs)
Rev up the Mystery Machine and say goodbye to old favorites. Children's shows aren't just for kids.

Featuring "Kasey Where R U" and "Snapshot".

 


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Episode Nineteen - "Honor and Insanity"
(September 19, 2008)
(37mins 23secs)
Jacob and Clint both reach the end of the line, with drastically different results. Sometimes the help of a friend (or lack thereof) can make you... or break you.

Featuring "Spaced Out" and "The Good Samaritan".

 


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Episode Twenty - "Words"
(October 24, 2008)
(29mins 09secs)
What kind of scenes do friends, lovers, and strangers play out with each other as they share, hide, and lie with their words?

Featuring "Conversations" and "Losing '83".

 


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Episode Twenty-one - "Gossip and Gore"
(November 21, 2008)
(34mins 01secs)
We all hunger. Join us as food is used to explore two very different appetites.

Featuring "The Hot Dog Diet" and "The Lollipop Killed ".

 


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Episode Twenty-two - "The Season"
(December 19, 2008)
(21mins 59secs)
Christmas forces a lonely woman and a frustrated adolescent to struggle with loss, family, and the future.

Featuring "The Crossing" and "The Christmas Spirit".

 


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Episode Twenty-three - "Supernatural Adaptation"
(January 23, 2009)
(11mins 16secs)
Journey with shipwrecked pirates as they encounter the comic side of the unreal.

Featuring "Luau at Pirate Cove"

 


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Episode Twenty-four - "Shadows"
(February 20, 2009)
(29mins 59secs)
A drive home and a day at work challenge modern people, as they confront old souls.

Featuring "On A Dark Stretch of Road" and "Time's Quartet part 1 - Prelude".

 


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Episode Twenty-five - "The Ease of Manipulation"
(April 24, 2009)
(27mins 41secs)
Tea and root beer floats are on the menu, as a secret sisterhood plans
world domination and federal agents fight an ancient brotherhood.

Featuring "Time's Quartet part 2 - Opening" and "Tea and Terrorism".

 


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Episode Twenty-six - "Social Interaction"
(May 22, 2009)
(20mins 24secs)
Join us as we raise the stakes and gamble with a god.

Featuring "Time's Quartet part 3 - Counter Point".

 


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Episode Twenty-seven - "The Art of Subtext"
(June 19, 2009)
(13mins 39secs)
Ken and Tony score and foul in a big league game of... journalism.

Featuring "Reading Between the Lines".

 


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Episode Twenty-eight - "Anachronisms"
(July 24, 2009)
(15mins 16secs)
A loud-mouthed caveman attempts to save the future with comic and disastrous results.

Featuring "The Brontosaurus Effect".

 


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Episode Twenty-nine - "Black Comedy"
(August 21, 2009)
(22mins 11secs)
A phone call and a paint ball game hold unexpected conversations and consequences for two men.

Featuring "Mount Citheron" and "Error".

 


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Episode Thirty - "Talk Show Radio"
(September 25, 2009)
(26mins 29secs)
Tune in, as our hosts face fireballs and poison apples in a game of ratings and psychosis!

Featuring "Wanda's Wonderful Wizard World" and "Scrappin' with Amber and Tammy".

 


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Episode Thirty-one - "Limitations"
(November 20, 2009)
(35mins 28secs)
As mundane and fantastic events collide with their lives, two ordinary office workers deal with the remains!

Featuring "Rock-a-bye: Part 1" and "Last Straw".

 


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Episode Thirty-two - "Days of our Lives"
(January 22, 2010)
(24mins 24secs)
Lives are rocked in a moment as strangers collide in a subway and skyscraper!

Featuring "Moment" and "Rock-a-bye: Part 2".

 


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Episode Thirty-three - "Substance"
(March 26, 2010)
(27mins 48secs)
The real and fantastic collide as police investigate a murder on a horror movie set!

Featuring "Hugh Dunnit".

 


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Episode Thirty-four - "Control"
(May 21, 2010)
(27mins 59secs)
A simple man and a soldier take control of their lives...after they've died!

Featuring "The Damned" and "Screen Door".

 


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Episode Thirty-five - "Obsessions"
(July 23, 2010)
(21mins 52secs)
Love and lust collide as gods play games and humans fight!

Featuring "Coffeshop of Love" and "Henpecked".

 


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Episode Thirty-six - "Outside of the Box"
(September 24, 2010)
(33mins 56secs)
Join a scientist and doctor as they have first contact and final battles!

Featuring "The Scientific Method" and "Time's Quartet, part 4 - End Game".

 


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Episode Thirty-seven - "The More Things Change"
(January 21, 2011)
(26mins 19secs)
Join us as loss and memory are wrestled with and put to bed.

Featuring "Bed 667" and "Memories in the Dark".

 


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Episode Thirty-eight - "Identity"
(March 25, 2011)
(20mins 16secs)
Chaos advances and balance demands sacrifice!

Featuring "The End of a Beginning" and "No".

 


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Episode Thirty-nine - "Desire"
(May 20, 2011)
(26mins 48secs)
A starlet and an ancient curse attack while the students explore individuality!

Featuring "Getting What You Want" and "Blocks".

 


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Episode Forty - "Change is Futile"
(July 22, 2011)
(13mins 35secs)
Fate attacks, free will is ignored and trouble intensifies at the school!

Featuring "Pterosaurs and Fighter Planes" and "Why You Pick Up Your Socks".

 


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Episode Forty-one - "The Subtleties of Subterfuge"
(September 23, 2011)
(25mins 14secs)
An accountant and a barber explore evil as the hunt heightens at the school!

Featuring "The Burrower" and "Barbershop Trio".

 


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Episode Forty-two - "Give and Take"
(November 25, 2011)
(25mins 14secs)
Humans and otherworldly forces clash as desire exacts its price!

Featuring "Lucky You" and "You Gave Me Nothing".

 


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Episode Forty-three - "Responsibility"
(January 20, 2012)
(23mins 42secs)
Law and justice wrestle as bullets fly!

Featuring "No Place Like Home".

 


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Episode Forty-four - "Mazes of the Mind"
(March 23, 2012)
(22mins 08secs)
The survival of the human race hangs in the balance of a "Vocabulary Test" and Alex finds direction "In the Sun".

 


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Episode Forty-five - "A Small Sample of Rebellion"
(May 25, 2012)
(25mins 42secs)
Sonny discovers what it is to be a "Sample" and Lauren relives her "Rebellion"!

 


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Episode Forty-six - " Guardians of All Forms"
(August 17, 2012)
(23mins 13secs)
All is not what it seems as secrets are revealed! Featuring "The Guardian of the Ram" and "San Diego"!

 


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Episode Forty-seven - "Instincts and Interaction"
(October 19, 2012)
(17mins 53secs)
Not everyone is who they seem. But when you find out who people are on the inside, sometimes you were better off not knowing! Featuring "Massively Multiple Primate Theorem" and "Late Library".

 


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Episode Forty-eight - "Outcomes"
(December 14, 2012)
(30mins 52secs)
Which is more random, a grim reaper that cares about his clients' opinions or the advertisements on your television? Featuring "Customer Satisfaction" and "These Commercial Messages".

 


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Episode Forty-nine - "Loyalty and Obedience"
(February 15, 2013)
(23mins 01secs)
Revenge and murder go hand in hand in "Red Hood" and "Speaking is Easy, Murder is Hard".

 


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Episode Fifty - "Sacrifice"
(April 12, 2013)
(21mins 34secs)
In the post apocalyptic wasteland, a strange salesman offers exactly what two survivors want most in the world. Featuring "Fights in a Burning House" by Jason R. Wallace.

 


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Episode 50 Anniversary Reel!

Episode Fifty-one - "Nothing Is As It Seems"
(June 14, 2013)
(21mins 03secs)
Never judge a book by its cover! Featuring "It's Loose" by Frank Harbuck III and "Prince Charming" by Susan Bridges.

 


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Episode Fifty-two - "Inevitability and Adaptation"
(August 16, 2013)
(23mins 42secs)
Everything really is a matter of life... and death! Featuring "Daddy" by Landon Beall and "A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to Work" by Jeffrey Bridges.

 


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Episode Fifty-three - "Men of Law, Men of Order"
(October 18, 2013)
(27mins 17secs)
Sometimes it all boils down to cops and robbers! Featuring "Robbin' and Burgers" by Colin J. Kelly and "Terminal Vellusity" by Landon Beall.

 


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Episode Fifty-four - "The Trial of Klaus von Schmenderfield"
(December 6, 2013)
(32mins 42secs)
Life's battlefield is too often littered with broken dreams and moral ambiguity. Featuring "Dirty Hands" by Niall Kitson and "Bobby at the Bat" by Dave Morgan.

 


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Episode Fifty-five - "Eternal Sunshine"
(February 26, 2014)
(27mins 15secs)
From superheroes to speakeasies, delve deep into the human imagination. Featuring "Crimson Cape" by Anna Rodriguez and "The Warp and Woof" by Jason R. Wallace.

 


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Episode Fifty-six - "Clouded Judgements"
(April 30, 2014)
(30mins 53secs)
Love can mend what grief destroys... but it also works the other way around. Featuring "Constant Vigilance" by Colin J. Kelly and "Dissolution of the Flesh" by Vincent Morrison.

 


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