On December 25th, 2007, movie star and heiress Julie Capsom crashed her car into a tree in Northern California, walked into a nearby clearing, and vanished, leaving behind a male torso in her trunk. 10 years later, reporter Bea Casely and private detective Brenda Bentley are going to reopen the case. Each has a personal tie to the story. Each thinks they know what happened. And each knows the other is going to screw this whole thing up. Join Bea, Brenda, and the rest of the Good People at Wheyface Radio as they attempt to answer once and for all: what happened to Julie Capsom?
An Arden Christmas Carol
Team Arden unites to make Andy's unusual Christmas wish a reality.
More Things in Heaven and Earth
Season two ends, as all comedies must, at a wedding, where everybody's lives will change forever (or at least until next season). Also: The BAD people?!
CONTENT WARNING: This episode features adult language, discussions of death, discussions of familial and medical abuse, loud noises, and large crowd scenes.
A Piece of Work
Several months after Team Arden leaves Elsinore, acclaimed journalist Rowan Dabrowski examines their reporting for flaws. Also: A duck hunt!
This episode features the song "I Know the End," written by Phoebe Bridgers, Christian Lee Hutson, Conor Oberst, and Marshall Vore, and performed by Phoebe Bridgers. It is used with permission of Dead Oceans. You can find it on Phoebe Bridgers's album Punisher.
Behind the Scenes of Arden S2
Hey folks! While we finalize our last two episodes of the season, we wanted to share these clips from our Patreon-exclusive discussions with the cast and crew on what it took to make Arden S2. From songs to explosions, to finding the voice of Andy Wheyface to creating an authentic journey for Olivia Breckenridge, we hope you enjoy this peek behind the curtain. SPOILERS for all episodes up through Episode 211, "Angels, Ministers of Grace, Etc."
Angels, Ministers of Grace, Etc.
Bea and Brenda try to clarify a few things about the Hamill case and about their friendship. Dana tries to clarify a few things about her father’s death. Red tries to clarify a few things about love. Also: A great recipe for honey mustard sauce!
CONTENT WARNING: This episode features loud noises, adult situations, adult language, discussions and depictions of violence, discussion but not depiction of animal violence, discussions of murder, discussion of gore, medical abuse, familial abuse, and suicide.
To a Nunnery
On Easter Sunday 2019, Olivia receives a package and makes a call. Also: a look back at the past!
CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains adult language, threats of suicide, discussion of medical abuse, transphobia, and deadnaming of a trans woman. If you are coping with suicidal thoughts or ideation, you might want to put this episode off until a later date. Please, if you need help, contact:
-The National Suicide Prevention Hotline, at 1-800-273-8255
-Trans Hotline, at 877-565-8860
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Such a good show!
A much needed escape from reality. I can’t wait for more!!!
I LOVE this show. It combines true crime, comedy, and Shakespeare. And awesome queer representation!!! Seriously, what else are you looking for?
It is at times so funny—— and other times so heart wrenching. It is cleverly written, and well executed. It was my first dive into audio fiction, and although I’ve since listened to a lot of other shows, this is the only one I listen to over and over. I love Bea and Brenda. Rosalind is an icon. And Lorena Christopher is just too personally relatable, but I’m ok with the call out.
This is a great show!!!!!
A Lot To Like
S2 of Arden makes some choices that leave the show harder to follow than I can fully enjoy. Two of the actors have very similar sounding voices and mannerisms ... they both also pull similar fake voices, so it’s really hard to follow which of the two is speaking. Also, there’s a “retelling” framework introduced a few episodes in that makes following the thread of the plot a little harder. Both these confusions are on top of the bickering (often not important to plot or ... after a point ... character) that takes a lot of energy to follow. It’s also on top of all the silly side story distractions in the Wheyface world building. I’ve tried listening multiple ways and am still struggling to piece together what is actually a pretty familiar plot. If I was the kind of person who could miss words and ideas without having to relisten to catch them, or didn’t care who said what or if it was important as long as it was sort of amusing I know I’d like it more. But for me it feels like a lot of work for not a lot of reward. Plus, all the bickering is greatly tedious and abrasive to me.