Open your minds, sheep! Fictional conspiracy radio comedy has arrived. Kate’s Bunker is the simple story of a conspiracy theory pod-caster living in an underground bunker searching for the truth, navigating a messy divorce, and trying to figure out why a mysterious building super is appearing in her underground bunker to do repairs while interviewing guests. The truth is down here!
The Atlanta IT Department
Kate dives into cancel culture with Wedge (Mahdiy Drummond) and Marlon Reed (Sugar Dunkerton), two IT guys and friendship experts from Atlanta who program bots to cancel racists. She gets a surprise call from The Source (Lou Misiano) and interrogates her relationship with the Super (Benel Germosen).
After learning about Spider Church, Kate converts and explores her new faith in a conversation with Rev, Jimothy White. Toe Hogan and Maya misuse the phone at Kate, and The Super returns to the bunker.
The Aliens of Staten Island
Kate talks to a new guest, Angie (Jax Dell’Osso). Angie is a proud Staten Island citizen whose family emigrated from space generations ago. Her interview is interrupted by her mother Marge (Shirley U. Jest) who lives in faraway Long Island. When they finally finish, Maya (Chanel Ali) calls with a robot lawyer update.
Toe Hogan (Steve Miller-Miller) returns for a civil conversation about simulating baseball within a simulated reality with baseball sim podcaster Hank Thompson (Nick Silverstein). Kate attempts to mediate a discussion about Hank’s father’s role in manipulating reality and his mysterious whereabouts.
This week Kate inverviews explorer/adventurer Atticus Jonesworth (Sheamus Sullivan) about how to talk to bears, vital informaton the National Park Service can't be bothered to share. And Maya's (Chanel Ali) bullying campaign to get her divorce papers signed continues.
Kate is joined by her podcast colleague Toe Hogan (Steve Miller-Miller) to discuss Alincolnism, the belief that President Abraham Lincoln did not exist. They are interrupted by Kate's ex-wife Maya (Chanel Ali) and Toe's self-interest