104 episodes

Noel's new apartment is looking good until she finds a demon in her closet, or rather, she discovers the Underworld Travel Customs Office in her closet. Suddenly, she's roped into working for the demon Bub as a customs officer, helping various denizens pass through her apartment and back into the Underworld.

Customs Out of The Closet Drop Hazard

    • Fiction
    • 4.8 • 15 Ratings

Noel's new apartment is looking good until she finds a demon in her closet, or rather, she discovers the Underworld Travel Customs Office in her closet. Suddenly, she's roped into working for the demon Bub as a customs officer, helping various denizens pass through her apartment and back into the Underworld.

    What the Hell?

    What the Hell?

    The studio apartment is looking great but...is that closet supposed to be there?
    Credits
    Writer – Nicole Tan
    Noel – Nicole Tan
    Bub – Alan Jiang
    Grandma – David Ng
    Deklect – David Ng, Latto Li, and Nicole Tan
    Special thanks to Kevin Milbouer and Teddy Quedado
    Music Credits
    “The Confrontation” and “The Gall” by Podington Bear
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    • 11 min
    Contraband

    Contraband

    It seems like Noel is getting used to her new job. But is it really a job if you're not getting paid?
    Credits
    Writer – Nicole Tan
    Noel – Nicole Tan
    Bub – Alan Jiang
    Dore’een – Your Friendly Neighborhood Cryptid Bigfoot
    Gertrude – Emily Alvarado
    Xiao Ying – David Chen
    Bigfoot’s credit passage was lifted from Cryptozoology A To Z: The Encyclopedia of Loch Monsters, Sasquatch, Chupacabras, and Other Authentic Mysteries of Nature by Lauren Coleman and Jerome Clark.
    Music Credits
    “The Confrontation” and “The Gall” by Podington Bear
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    • 15 min
    Always Hungry

    Always Hungry

    Middle of the night visitors are the worst, right? Especially when they're hungry. 
    Credits
    Writer - Nicole Tan
    Noel and the Very Hungry Creature - Nicole Tan
    Dore'een - the Cryptid Harbinger of Doom and Destruction, Mothman
    Special thanks to Teddy Quedado.
    Music Credits
    “The Confrontation” and “The Gall” by Podington Bear
     
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    • 17 min
    Ghost Hunting

    Ghost Hunting

    Maybe Eva is overreacting and professionals aren't necessary. It was just...a raccoon, right?
    Credits
    Writer - Nicole Tan
    Noel - Nicole Tan
    Bub - Alan Jiang
    Danny - David Ng
    Ashton - The Armless But Handsome Fresno Nightcrawler
    Music Credits
    “The Confrontation” and “The Gall” by Podington Bear
     
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    • 17 min
    It Returns

    It Returns

    It's back! But Bub is here this time, so it'll definitely be alright. Yeah! Definitely!
    This concludes the first arc of Customs Out of the Closet. We'll be back on April 16th.
    Credits
    Writer - Nicole Tan
    Noel and The Very Hungry Creature - Nicole Tan
    Bub - Alan Jiang
    Music Credits
    “The Confrontation” and “The Gall” by Podington Bear
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    • 10 min
    How've You Been, Teddy?

    How've You Been, Teddy?

    The softest, squishiest, cuddliest stuffed bear.
    This is Teddy. Teddy is from Brooklyn.
    Credits
    Writer - Nicole Tan
    Noel - Nicole Tan
    Bub - Alan Jiang
    The Best Confidante in the Business of Confidantes - Kevin Milbouer
    Music Credits
    “The Confrontation” and “The Gall” by Podington Bear
    Twitter
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    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

11235Eureka! ,

Great show

I just found this show recently, I’m already 15 episodes in and loving it. I really enjoy the style, the performances, and the music. It keeps me smiling and feeling good.

roastytoast ,

Long Time Fan!

The story-telling is immersive and they really know how to use audio as a medium, making sure to remind the audience of events that happened a long time ago when they’re brought up, and using appropriate and obvious sound effects to enhance the scenes. The characters are lovable and well-cast; the voices suit the images of the characters and I simply couldn’t imagine the show with a different voice for Bub. I have watched the improvement of the acting, the writing, and the production quality as the producer and the cast find their voices. It’s worth sticking around! But remember, don’t look in your closet.

Micd's ,

Good stuff!

Fun and quirky storytelling

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