Find out what happens when an unassuming young man, Hudson, shows up in the idyllic town of Rolling Hills in search of Julia, his recent vacation romance. Hudson's quest sets off a series of inexplicable and hilarious events, beginning with the disappearance of the town's only psychiatrist. Something appears to be "off" in the mysteriously sunny town of Rolling Hills and Hudson may be the only one who can figure it out.
Wallace Sprague / Buddy (Tyler Bunch)
Hudson Jellik (Chris Tipp)
Laurette Sprague (Jennifer Prescott)
Police Chief Gideon Lickwater (David Arrow)
Deputy Jerry Peterbeck (George Sheffey)
Sweetie Sprague (Alana Rader)
Tallulah Sprague (Kiera Allen)
Maggie Fighthammer, DVM (Ruth Nightengale)
Mayor Roger Butterbea (Tom Bozell)
Paul Butterbea (Stephen Bel Davies)
Ray (Brad Bradley)
Nick the bartender (Jon Peacock)
Francois the linen supplier (Jim Newman / Tom Robbins)
Cora (Aubrey Dion)
Natalie the server (Marca Leigh)
Madame Andrea Fontaine (Amber Paul)
Susan Flempter (Jennifer Laine Williams)
Chester (Jim Newman)
Season 2½, Episode 4
Today's guests: Roger (Tom Bozell) and his owl husband Paul (Stephen Bel Davies). Roger discovers he has an unlikely rival in the upcoming mayoral election: Francois the linen supplier (Jim Newman). Gideon (David Arrow) and Jerry (George Sheffey) get a whiff of the past... and it doesn't smell good. (11:55)
Season 2 ½, Episode 3
Feel like getting in shape? Tune in as the town’s personal trainer, Chablis Klemmerer (Kiera Allen), shares her moves… and you’d better be ready. (10:32)
Season 2 ½, Episode 2
Listen in as Gideon (David Arrow) and Jerry (George Sheffey) launch their new talk show: “Live! From Rolling Hills with Gideon and Jerry.” The format’s a bit shaky - which could be due to their spot near the recycling bin - but they are determined to bring you a fun, informative show! (13:55)
Season 2 ½, Episode 1
A brand new surprise season from The Chronicles of Wallace Sprague, Dog Psychiatrist! Gideon and Jerry have their own talk show… who would be stupid enough to agree to that? Find out in “A Show Is Born.” (15:10)
Bonus feature: Flashback – Jerry’s first performance review
In a special flashback episode, Chief Gideon (David Arrow) gets more than he bargained for when reviewing the progress of his favorite rookie, Deputy Jerry (George Sheffey).
Season 2, Episode 6
“Reservoir Dog” (Season Finale)
In this special double episode we learn the real reason chaos has befallen Rolling Hills. Buddy makes a big decision, Jerry’s loyalty to Gideon is tested and Tallulah and Sweetie make peace. Hudson shows up when it counts and then there’s Julia… (45:48)
Customer ReviewsSee All
Love this show. Always keeps me interested and always look forward to new episodes.
-Tabby from Your New Best Friends podcast
It took a couple of episodes for the story to unfold and thoroughly hook me, but once it did, I’m SO glad I took the time to stick with it. Each episode, I’d think that I knew where it was going, but the story always surprised me. The characters are funny and each episode leaves me satisfied but wanting more.
Fabulously surreal comedy
For the first two episodes, I felt like I was continuously sideswiped, in a good way. I would think I knew what to expect when it came to Wallace and his condition, and then the next scene would upend my expectations. But there’s a method to the madness, as subsequent episodes reveal, and the end of season cliffhanger is great.
Have I mentioned this podcast is very funny? Every other sentence has a joke or exchange or a laugh that makes me giggle. The colorful cast of brunch and karaoke-obsessed characters is ably brought to life by fantastic actors. Particular kudos to the actor playing Sprague. He’s a good boy. Such a good boy. I also love Jerry, the somewhat competent police officer who’s easily intimidated by intimidating women.
Fantastic job all around and I will be eagerly awaiting Season 2.