Myles Walker drops by the studio to talk about the struggles of Tourettes Syndrome and struggling to become a published author. During the character adventure Myles finds himself having some crazy BBQ with a few ‘kids’.
Michael, Tom and Whitney turn the tables on themselves to talk about their creative processes. In doing so they also get lead down a very weird character adventure that involves multiple universes and the TV game show “Treasure Hunt”. Oh and did I mention the Clown Hotel also gets some play in this. So strap in for this introspective and David Lynch filled episode of AIA.
Boston McCown becomes the first repeat guest on our show, but this time he brings Beth Tomkins and Gail Grantham Moore with him. It’s a talk about comedy, and East Town Mall (not Knoxville Center no matter how much they tell us it is that now). Then they wind up facing off against zombie mannequins in a Canadian mall.
Christopher Seaton stops by to discuss slight of hand magic and mentalism. He then finds himself in a courtroom unlike any he has ever stepped in before.
The man, the myth, the legend J.C. Ratliff stops by to discuss comedy. He talks about his new album, Patron Saint of Dismay, and then finds himself surrounded by a lizard biker gang where everyone is named Chad or Chadd. Trust me that’s not the weirdest thing you will find out about this episode. Also, this episode is TOTALLY NOT SAFE FOR WORK. So listen at your own effin discretion. Don’t say we did not warn you.
Author David Neth stops by to talk about writing superheroes.
Nathan Day stops by the studio to hang out and talks about the Orphan Saga. The Character Adventure this week has the crew visiting high school and shaming iguanas. It’s really what you would need to hear.
Vincent Binstock stops by and talks about developing characters and storytelling in professional wrestling. He then faces off in a No Holds Barred Falls Count Anywhere Character Adventure where he faces The Lumberjack. Michael talks about his experience at Mysticon in Roanoke and so much more.
August Aguilar and Tyler McKee stop by to discuss the creative process involved with filmmaking. In what is probably our most memorable Character Adventure yet we go on a ride with Chip. It’s magic that’s all I will say here.
Joining us in the studio today is Patrick Hollis the interim director of the historic Mabrey-Hazen House in Knoxville. He tells us about the history of the the house and even brings an original character to run through this week’s Character Adventure. It’s a great hour folks.