1. I think the remaining people who follow your podcast should be refunded for the last 5 years for listening to this travesty.

  2. Travesty? I’ll have you know that our production was nominated for fifty-two Daytime Emmys, three Tony Awards, *and* the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. This is the greatest thing we have EVER produced!

  3. Well I thought it was great, especially how the script replicated some of the chaos and frustration that Lusipurr gets from his staff. It was hard to follow at times, having so many detours away from a storyline; actually it was more like a series of detours than having a straight plotline, but that’s what I like about the podcast!

  4. @Tanzenmatt: One of the things that I tried to do was capture the spirit of the podcast, so I’m glad that came through.

  5. Bravo! that was “the Room” of podcasts!

    Best moment : Everything Goes (cause it was over) Worst Moment : The ultra cringy perfomance of the classic scene from the Holy Grail.

  6. @RabidKitten: I could only DREAM of Tommy Wiseau making an apperance on the podcast one day.

  7. @RabidKitten: I prefer to think of it as the DARK SOULS of podcasts!

    My favourite moment came when SN uttered Terra’s first line. Stunning.

    You will notice (I hope) that in the entire Monty Python skit, I am more or less absent. I didn’t tell any of them what it was from and, based on how they performed it, it seems like none of them have seen it. It was so much more terrible than I imagined. Ultra-cringy is generous.

    @Adeki: SOON!*


  8. Finally got around to listening to it. It’s actually quite incredible that mankind is able to produce something so utterly awful. This is one of those things that will be studied and dissected in the future, so that this portrait of the worst humanity has to offer might never happen again. May god have mercy on us all.

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