Episodes

Episode 1

Released Jul 14, 2018

Call One, “Zombie Mom” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Rachel Ewing.

Call Two, “Incubus” - written by Sarah Kenney, performed by Amy Carver.

Intermission, “Evan the Desert Ranger” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Mitch Carver.

Call Three, “The Amulet” - written by Mitch Carver, performed by Kim Barrante.

Call Four, “Brownies” - written by Sarah Greenleaf, performed by David Seltzer.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 2

Released Jul 14, 2018

Call One, “Parasite” - written by Rachel Ewing, performed by Katie Markovich.

Call Two, “Undying Apology” - written by Jamie Ferguson, performed by Aimee McKay and Amy Carver.

Call Three, “Interns Beware” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Hannah Martin.

Intermission, “Thank your AI” - written by Amy Carver.

Call Four, “Rave On” - written by Katie Markovich, performed by Victoria Reynoso.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 3

Released Jul 14, 2018

Call One, “Family Ties” - written by Lucy Boone, performed by Heather Walters.

Call Two, “Jackson” - written by Eric Kenney, performed by Aimee McKay.

Call Three, “Walter” - written by Phillip Mason, performed by Tommy Gaio.

Intermission, “Listener Submissions” - written by Amy Carver.

Call Four, “Kmblmb For You” - written by Jessy Lauren Smith, performed by Chad Eschman.

Call Five, “Lightbulbs” - written by Ashley Griggs, performed by Rachel Ewing.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 4

Released Oct 31, 2018

Call One, “Frankentat” - written by David Seltzer, performed by Jamie Ferguson and David Seltzer.

Call Two, “Frogs” - written by Ashely Griggs, performed by April Brassard.

Intermission, “Endangered Sandwiches” - written by Jamie Ferguson and Amy Carver.

Call Three, “Poltergeist Puberty” - written by Sarah Greenleaf, performed by Becca Katz. (Congratulations on their recent engagement!)

Call Four, “Mina” - written by Kim Barrante, performed by Anna Chazelle.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 5

Released Nov 14, 2018

Call One, “Clickbait” - written by Hannah Rachelle Martin, performed by Kim Barrante and Tony Werner.

Call Two, “Thirsty” - written by Tony Werner, performed by Jonathan Keaton.

Intermission, “Check for Intruders” - written by Amy Carver.

Call Three, “Points of View” - written by Jessy Lauren Smith, performed by Aimee McKay.

Call Four, “Drained” - written by April Brassard, performed by April Brassard.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 6

Released Nov 28, 2018

Call One, “Crackpot” - written by Mitch Carver, performed by John Dellaporta.

Call Two, “Locker Room” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Heather Rose Walters.

Intermission, “Badgers” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Mitch Carver.

Call Three, “Lepreconned” - written by Eric Kenney, performed by Tony Werner.

Call Four, “Lauren” - written by Katie Markovich, performed by Sarah Greenleaf.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 7

Released Dec 12, 2018

Call One, “Ghosted” - written by Rachel Ewing, performed by Matt Rowan.

Call Two, “My Phone is Alive!” - written by Rebecca Katz, performed by Sarah Greenleaf.

Call Three, “Stepford Caller” - written by Matt Rowan, performed by Victoria Reynoso.

Intermission, “HR” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Katie Markovich.

Call Four, “Baby Monitor” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Rachel Ewing and Hannah Martin.

Call Five, “Bicentennial Woman” - written by Michelle Meyers, performed by Katie Markovich.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


Episode 8

Released Dec 25, 2018

Call One, “The Sudden Wife” - written by Heather Rose Walters, performed by John Dellaporta.

Call Two, “Freaky Tuesday” - written by Aimee McKay, performed by Victoria Reynoso and Hannah Martin.

Intermission, “Corrections and Follow Ups” - written by Jamie Ferguson.

Call Three, “Totally ’90s” - written by Jamie Ferguson, performed by Jonathan Keaton.

Call Four, “Wow2” - written by Amy Carver, performed by Charles Ewing.

“Devin” - written and performed by Tony Werner.

The Host is played by Sarah Kenney. Music by Steve Metz. Created by Amy Carver.


S2E1: Love in Atlantis

Released Oct 30, 2019

Episode Head: Amy Carver

“It’s Not Too Late” – written by Lucy Boone and Amy Carver, performed by April Brassard.

“Getting Murdered” – written by Amy Carver, performed by Lizze Gordon and Jamie Ferguson.

“Some Questions about Clones” – written by Amy Carver, performed by Jesse Abbott Chin.

“By Carl” – written by Ashley Griggs, performed by John Dellaporta.

“Body Snatchers 1993” – written by Lizze Gordon, performed by Lizze Gordon.

“Light” – written by Patrick Kueking, performed by Theodore Mark Martinez.

Sarah Kenney plays the Host. Music by Steve Metz. Created, produced, and edited by Amy Carver.


S2E2: Dana Takeover

Released Nov 6, 2019

Episode Heads: Sarah Kenney & Eric Kenney

“Scared and Near Stucco” – written by Sarah Kenney, performed by Becca Katz Greenleaf.

“Lil Beethoven” – written by David John Seltzer, performed by David John Seltzer.

“Pickaxe” – written by Amy Carver, performed by Michelle Meywes.

“Mermaid in My Pool” – written by Sarah Katz Greenleaf, performed by Rachel Ewing.

“Chess Toaster” – written by Eric Kenney, performed by Eric Kenney.

“I’m a Dog” - written and performed by David John Seltzer, Song beat: “Villain” - Quadeca Type Instrumental, Evil Freestyle, Rap Beat, S Krueger

And the little ones!

“Exposed Shin Bone” – written by Sarah Kenney, performed by Mark Crawford. “Bore Me” – written by Sarah Kenney, performed by Greg Hundemer “There’s a Ghost in My Breadbox” – written by Sarah Kenney, performed by Fasih Ahsan. “Bleach” – written by Mitch Carver, performed by Susan Harmon. “Reanimated” – written by Mitch Carver, performed by Garret Guyot. “Revelations” – written by Mitch Carver, performed by Michael Farrow. “Knock-knock” – written by Amy Carver, performed by Sarah Katz Greenleaf. “Vinnie” – written by David John Seltzer, performed by Jamie Ferguson “Mitt Romney” – written by Eric Kenney, performed by Mitch Carver.

Sarah Kenney is The Host. Music by Steve Metz. Created, produced, and edited by Amy Carver.


S2E3: Chadvent

Released Nov 13, 2019

Episode Head: Jamie Ferguson

“The Profile” – written by Amy Carver, performed by Alex Sercel, Heather Rose Walters, Megan Walding, and Katie Markovich.

“Ted of the Multiverse” – written by Mike Fagan, performed by Patrick Kueking.

“Justin Guts” – written by Aimee McKay, performed by Fasih Ahsan.

“Baneful Pharmakeia” – written by Matt Rowan, performed by Katie Markovich.

“Pi Kappa Wormhole” – written by Michelle Meyers, performed by Bowen Wang.

Sarah Kenney is The Host. Music by Steve Metz. Created, produced, and edited by Amy Carver.


S2E4: All Are Welcome

Released Nov 20, 2019

Episode Head: Katie Markovich

  • 00:00 - Part I: Check Big Green
  • 04:40 - Part II: Get in Treble
  • 10:38 - Part III: The Farm and Fleet
  • 21:20 - Part IV: A Voice in the Dark
  • 37:54 - Part V: I’m Seeing Aliens
  • 50:48 - Epilogue: Any of Those Beckys

Written by: Katie Markovich

Jesse Abbott Chin is Jason. Matt Rowan is Chaz. Mitch Carver is Evan the Desert Ranger. Amy Carver is Ranger Julie. Jamie Ferguson is Ranger Dale. Garret Guyot is Eli the Stock Boy. Vivian Lu is Amelia. Georgia Mckenzie is Pam. Susan Harmon is Sheila. Michael Farrow is Grant. Greg Hundemer is Matthew. Katie Markovich is Latisha DeMornay.

Sarah Kenney is The Host.

Music by Steve Metz.

Created, produced, and edited by Amy Carver.


S2E5: I (Don't) Want to Believe

Released Nov 27, 2019

Episode Head: Mitch Carver

Cold Open – written by Mitch Carver. (00:00)

“Forty Billion” – written by Mitch Carver, performed by K. Cameron Lau. (01:35)

“Racist Aliens” – written by Lucy Boone, performed by Kim Barrante, David John Seltzer, Amy Carver, Jamie Ferguson, and Rachel Ewing. (09:58)

Ad, “Ultra-Mega Realty Group Johnson County” – written by Lucy Boone and Mitch Carver, performed by Hannah Martin. (18:43)

“After the Slaughter” – written by April Brassard, performed by Sanjay Nambiar and Victoria Reynoso. (19:28)

“Rick and Earl” – written by David John Seltzer, performed by David John Seltzer. (26:50)

Ad, “Westside Funeral Services” – written by Mitch Carver. (31:04)

Ad, “Morgan’s Organ Grinders” – written by Mitch Carver, performed by Mitch Carver. (31:58)

“Valley Girl” – written by Kim Barrante, performed by Lizze Gordon. (32:45)

“You Are Worthless” – written by Michelle Meyers, performed by Kim Barrante. (34:51)

“Total Abduction of the Heart” – written by Kim Barrante, performed by Tony Werner. (39:33)

After Credits – written by Mitch Carver, performed by David John Seltzer. (51:59)

Matt Rowan is Chaz. Sarah Kenney is The Host. Music by Steve Metz. Created, produced, and edited by Amy Carver.


S2E6: A Noise, A Motorcycle, and Ice Cream in Each Hand

Released Dec 4, 2019

Episode Heads: Ashley Griggs & Tony Werner

Intro – written by Tony Werner (00:44)

“Son of Adam” – written by Jamie Ferguson, performed by Jamie Ferguson, Ashley Griggs, and David John Seltzer. (04:57)

“Planet Zorbulon” – written by Tony Werner, performed by Katie Markovich. (11:39)

“The Banshee” – written by Rachel Ewing, performed by April Brassard. (13:38)

“X-Jerks” – written by Tony Werner, performed by Ashley Griggs and Mitch Carver. (19:22)

“To Beyond and Back” – written by Matt Rowan, performed by Alex Sercel. (22:17)

“Rue the Day” – written by Ashley Griggs. (28:29)

“The Last @#!&@$% Unicorn” – written by Jessy Lauren Smith, performed by Adrienne Matzen and Jamie Ferguson. (32:37)

“Fruity Pebble Pancakes” – written by Ashley Griggs, performed by Hannah Martin. (39:40)

“Kissing, Unmistakable Kissing” – written by Ashley Griggs & Tony Werner, performed by Mitch Carver and Miranda Wynne. (50:38)

Tony Werner is Devin. Matt Rowan is Chaz. Sarah Kenney is The Host. Music by Steve Metz. Created, edited, and produced by Amy Carver.