A funny and engaging teen/family sitcom about Mallie, the “Know-It-All teenager” who doesn’t quite “”Know-It-All.” Mallie, the classic girl next door, and her two best friends, Ernie and Sophie, hilariously take on real life issues with the finesse of a bull in a China cabinet. There is something for everyone in every episode; an entertaining dilemma and a meaningful lesson. From award winning Creator/Director/Producer, Mahalia J. Butler, top children’s podcast Producer, Marylin Hebert and best-selling author, Brian W. Smith.
Auld Lang- Xiety!
In this episode, Mallie is faced with her worst nightmare and risks it all to get to the bottom of the issue. Her friends join her for the “ride” of their lives while Cupid is busy ensuring an over abundance of “love” is in the air. Timothy James and Elaine surprise Mallie with a “faint worthy” gift and she gets a taste of her own medicine.
It's the Thought That Counts Ep. 10
Mallie and her friends learn a valuable lesson about gift giving when Mr. Chetti organizes a Gift Swap to celebrate the Christmas Holiday. Mallie and Tiffany are charged with purchasing each other an inexpensive gift and writing down the reason why the gift was chosen. When the gift Mallie is given doesn’t equal the cost (or practicality) of the gift she is given, she’s disappointed…until she learns the meaning behind Tiffany’s gift. When the dust settles, all of the kids come to understand the true meaning behind gift giving…it’s the thought that counts.
That's What Friends Are For Ep. 9
Mallie is on the hook to host a church carwash benefit with Tiffany and there's no getting out of it. She enlists her besties- Ernie and Sophie- along with half her class to join her in raising money for the good cause. As fate would have it, an accident at the carwash leads to Grandma Lorraine's car being badly scratched. Mallie puts a fool proof plan in motion to fix the problem and mitigate any potential consequences for her friend, but the only problem is- she didn't anticipate the one thing happening that could ruin her plan. Well, it did. Tune in to find out how Mallie and her friends navigate through this fiasco. That's what friends are for, right?
May I Have This Dance? Ep. 8
The Winter Dance is fast approaching and Mallie is dateless. Primarily because she’s waiting for her crush, Gorgeous Gary, to ask her to be his date. When the invitation doesn’t come, Mallie decides to take matters into her own hands. With the help of her friends, Mallie sets out to let Gary know that she’s waiting on him. But Mallie discovers that she’s not the only person who has an interest in Gorgeous Gary. Much to her chagrin, the other person happens to be her new arch rival, Tiffany Johnson.
Oh No She Didn't! Ep. 7
Check out our new character Tiffany Johnson, the granddaughter of Henry Johnson. She is the neighborhood and schools biggest nightmare! She instantly becomes Mallie’s and her friends’ # one enemy. The kids are faced with managing, what appears to be, an impossible bully. Mallie learns the meaning behind, “what you see isn’t always what you get.” Grandma Lorraine, Henry Johnson and Mr. Chetti teach the kids a thing or two.
Thanks-4-Giving! Ep. 6
It's Thanksgiving Eve and tragedy has hit the Adams family requiring an urgent overnight trip for Mallie's parents and Grandma Lorraine. Wanting to demonstrate more maturity, Mallie convinces her parents to allow her to stay home to finish prepping the Thanksgiving dinner. What's the worst that could happen?
I love the whole idea of doing a sitcom in podcast form. Great work.
This is an Amazing show
Legitimately mallie is an Awesome show and we really enjoyed every episode and looking forward to future episodes because it was definitely a beautiful family show
I absolutely enjoyed this!!
This is an amazing show! Felt like I was on set when listening to it!! 10/10 would recommend! We need more family friendly shows like this! Great job, everyone!!