32 episodes

Rick McNamara's attempt to install an in-ground pool plunges him deep into a world of secrets, conspiracies, and deceptions. As he seeks out help in his quest for pool ownership, Rick quickly realizes that the townspeople of Caldwell County are not all what they seem to be. From diving board salespeople to federal agents to cult leaders to mafiosos, Rick deals with the best and worst his town has to offer as he pushes forward with his mission.

Closer to Hell Pete Broderick

    • Comedy
    • 5.0 • 20 Ratings

Rick McNamara's attempt to install an in-ground pool plunges him deep into a world of secrets, conspiracies, and deceptions. As he seeks out help in his quest for pool ownership, Rick quickly realizes that the townspeople of Caldwell County are not all what they seem to be. From diving board salespeople to federal agents to cult leaders to mafiosos, Rick deals with the best and worst his town has to offer as he pushes forward with his mission.

    Bonus: Rick's Guided Meditation

    Bonus: Rick's Guided Meditation

    Rick leads a guided meditation.

    • 22 min
    Ep. 1: Damage Assessment (feat. Andy Bridges)

    Ep. 1: Damage Assessment (feat. Andy Bridges)

    After the collapse of his above-ground pool, Rick McNamara decides its time to make a lifestyle change: he's going to become an in-ground pool man. First, he visits his neighbor, Patrick Betts (Andy Bridges) to assess damages to the latter's flooded garage.

    Music:
    Noir Theme by the PK Jazz Collective
    My Life by Dee Yan-Key

    • 59 min
    Ep. 2: Industry Insider (feat. Hank Nooney)

    Ep. 2: Industry Insider (feat. Hank Nooney)

    Rick seeks out advice from new- and used-in-ground pool salesman Maxwell Pool (Hank Nooney), only to find out the pool magnate's business might not totally be above board.

    Music:
    Noir Theme by The PK Jazz Collective

    • 48 min
    Ep. 3: Oh Crappy Day (feat. Bill Fryer)

    Ep. 3: Oh Crappy Day (feat. Bill Fryer)

    After accidentally springing a leak in his septic tank, Rick calls his brother-in-law Mark Pascetti (Bill Fryer) to help him fix the problem.

    Music:
    Noir Theme by PK Jazz Collective
    Footsteps, Muddy, E by InspectorJ

    • 48 min
    Ep. 4: The Permit Problem (feat. Bianca Carrasco)

    Ep. 4: The Permit Problem (feat. Bianca Carrasco)

    Rick visits Tiffany Schrapsure at the Residential Recreational Landscaping Office to sort out the paperwork involved in putting his in-ground pool in his yard.

    Music:
    Noir Theme by PK Jazz Collective

    Additional Voices by Cassi Waciega

    • 38 min
    Ep. 5: Irrational Treasure: Map of Secrets (feat. Dan Hirshfield)

    Ep. 5: Irrational Treasure: Map of Secrets (feat. Dan Hirshfield)

    Rick pays cartographer Mateus (Dan Hirshfield) a visit in an effort to replace some damaged maps.

    Music:
    Noir Theme by PK Jazz Collective

    SFX from Freesound.org

    • 58 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
20 Ratings

20 Ratings

ACKAddy ,

Not a Rick fan

Can’t say I like Rick as a character quality of the pod otherwise is great though!

rfs0007 ,

Big Rick Fan

Hoping Rick makes it out of this alive!

momofscout ,

I am hooked!

Can’t wait to see if Rick actually gets his pool!

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