SNS #24: In Real Life

This week we focus on stories about the internet spilling over into our real world lives, with stories from some CPT ensemble members. Also, we preview the new play we’re currently working on and give a tease about what our next SNS episode will focus on.

Appetizer: Gotcha!aimaol
Matt Schott and Dylan James Amick agree to interview each other about times when the internet changed their real lives, but not until they (along with Chelsea and Andrew) talk about their cringe worthy old AIM Screen names.

First Course: Go Away Message
Dylan James Amick presents a cautionary quip about the ills of hitting on someone else’s girl through social media means. Starts at (5:30)

Side: Phreaking Preview
Andrew talks a bit about the new show Critical Point is working on, and then shares a trailer. Starts at (9:55)

Second Course: User Name Game
Matthew Schott shares a coming-of-age internet story that didn’t make it into Refresh, concerning an awkward online conversation leading to a more awkward real life scenario. Starts at (12:15)

To-Go Order: Diamond In The Rough
Andrew sums up what we’ve learned so far before giving a sneak peak of the subject of our next internet focused episode. Starts at (16:40)


 

Hosted and Edited by Andrew Terrance Kaberline
Featuring Dylan James Amick, Matthew Schott, Chelsea Rugg, and Lance Diamond
Recorded by Dylan James Amick and Matthew Schott

Produced by Julia Katz, Chelsea Rugg,
and Andrew Terrance Kaberline

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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Podington Bear
Tracks: “Bit Rio” and “60’s Quiz Show”


 

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