A comedic post-apocalyptic tale, this podcast follows former radio host Jo Prendergast at the explosive end of the world. Keep up with Jo’s ham radio transmissions as she uses humor and luck to survive: -the effects of a supervolcano eruption -other survivors who could murder her or help her or both -existential dread -death -no longer having running water -MREs and more This podcast is episodic so start with episode 1- T.E.O.T.W.A.W.K.I.
Ep. 29 - Trailer Fark
Even though Jo has some hope for Scout and her illness, she's still tense. Jo and her friends find an old fashion stress reliever in an odd place.
Ep. 28 - The Bucket List
What Jo feared turns out to be true and now the group has to deal with the consequences.
Roadside Minisode (and Some Announcements)
It's hard to get out of Ohio when there keeps being interesting distractions.
Elliot Teaches Knitting minisode
Jo is trying to relax so Elliot teaches her one of their favorite hobbies.
Snowed In minisode
We are on hiatus until end of summer so please enjoy this episode about a well known American pastime: farking up the rules of a card game.
Jo and the Cat Minisode
We are on hiatus until midsummer so please enjoy this cat related mini-episode in the meantime.
This is a really original angle on post apocalyptic story telling and I love post apocalyptic stories!
Some of the character’s actions Mae no sense to me but that is one of the things that makes it interesting, if everyone does what seems logical and pragmatic there probably wouldn’t be much of a story!
Just listened to the first episode and I can’t wait to listen to the rest!!!
90% liberal virtue signaling 10% story
Started out good but quickly went down the tube. I was hoping for an apocalypse type audio drama. It started out that way but turned into constant virtue signaling. Literally 90% virtue signaling liberal agenda pushing, cis gender hating fantasy scenarios. All of the straight characters are made out to be bad and all of the gays & (yes you’re reading this right) Hooker’s are made out to be super great. The main character regularly goes off in tangents about how sex workers are real workers and stuff like that. There is very little apocalypse in the story line and pretty much is just a gay liberal diary with fictional scenarios to make straight people look like monsters. So if that’s your thing then give it a listen. If you’re looking for a cool apocalypse audio drama check out Were Alive. It’s much better.