This serialized tragicomedy follows the citizens of Sanityville ... just your usual All-American small town, full of psychos, weirdos, losers, dreamers, and one giant seven-armed octopus.
Brady Hawkins Day
Matt and Erica face the past, Ricki faces the present, and Chip faces the future.
Crimson and Clover
A hero fights an evil mastermind in this episode of The Ville.
Everything is possum
Chip returns to church and chaos ensues.
My dinner with Erica
Three couples go to dinner.
A friend in need
The Ville. Season 2, Episode 5.
My dinner with Lance
The Ville, Season 2, Episode 6.
Swinging For the Fences
It can often be cheesy and over the top, the comedy often mixes with the drama like sand with butter, and often it feels like people speak exclusively in quips. I love it. All of the problems above are genuine criticisms but they pale in comparison to the sheer amount of heart put into this podcast. The drama freezes you with suspense, the comedy tickles you in all the right places, and the dialogue is fast paced, clever, and most importantly fun. This podcast swings for the fences and hits mostly triples.
Adventures In Odyssey for adults!
Reminiscent of a Christian radio show I used to listen to as a kid. Captivating!
The guys at Warhorn Media know how people work. The interactions between characters feel real and relatable.