1994 is a road-trip comedy set in the spring of, you guessed it, 1994. It follows the adventures of High School junior Scott Sweet and his friends as they attempt to escape the boredom of their dead-end, small-town Arizona suburb by skipping school to go to Disneyland, deliver 20lbs of marijuana to L.A., team up with a bank robber on the lam, escape from angry unpaid mechanics, make a side trip to Las Vegas, accidently take peyote with a traveling band of hippies, avoid the cops, get laid, convince their parents not to ground them when they get home and maybe, just maybe, score enough money to take his high school crush to the prom. Hey, it beats 2nd period algebra!
The gang meets up with Yanek at Disneyland, but there may be some unexpected guests. It's the series finale of 1994!
We were waiting to release this until the series finale was ready, but hey, with everyone stuck at home, here it is early. It's not much, but maybe a little bit if your quarantine time can be taken up.
It's the penultimate episode! This time we get to know Scott's dad and come up with a plan...of sorts. And will Scott and Carrie have a stable, healthy relationship? It does seem unlikely. It's 1994 Chapter 7!
In this episode we say goodbye to some old friends and hello to a new one. The gang finally makes it to their destination, but it's not what anyone expected, plus Tedious!
Starring James Oliva, Jordan Cobb, Paul Miscavage, JV Hampton-Van Sant, Chad Ellis, Erin King, Gabe Templin, Jeff Moon, Thoreau Smiley and Joshua Cicci.
In this episode the kids team up with some new friends.Starring James Oliva, Julia Schifini, Jordan Cobb, Paul Miscavage, JV Hampton-Van Sant, Chad Ellis, Erin King, Gabe Templin, Jeff Moon, Ellie Gossage, Ellie Collins and Cynthia Reinhardt.
Jack M has an experience in the desert, we run into some old friends at a convenience store and the gang finally catches up with Ted.
In this episode the gang gets to know And'is family better and makes some new friends.
James Oliva as Scott Sweet
Jordan Cobb as Carrie Bird
Paul Miscavage as Jack M
Julia Schifini as Andi
JV Hampton-Van Sant as Jack T
Chad Ellis as Rocky
Gabe Templin as Ted
Graham Rowat as Feather
Sarah Golding as Starla
Elie Hirschman as Lucas
I love listening to this on my way to work. Genuinely funny
A Nostalgic Romp
The cast brings the characters and story to life in a way that keeps you listening. The main character is immature, but that's sort of the point. You know right from the very beginning that he's going to learn something and the show is about that journey.
The production quality is great, there are twists and turns all along the way, and the music is fantastic. If you're looking for something that takes you back and for some madcap adventures, check this show out.
Really engaging and absolutely absurd.
I'm usually not the biggest fan of roadtrips, crime shows, teen comedy, 1990s teen comedy, but man THIS PODCAST DOES IT WELL. Plus its a ton of fun to listen to, and easy to follow.