I think that in just one angle of his head, there are a million stories. – Matt Manning, on Larry
Andrew explores the final three deadly sins. Our journey takes us from Facebook to fictional cities to the local strip club.
Andrew reminds the audience about the sins we covered last week, before diving into the remaining sins.
First Course: Public Pride
Andrew revisits the pilot episode from Does This Work? With co-hosts Matt Manning and Clare Shreve. In the episode they went looking for a random Facebook user’s profile to critique, what they found was Larry.
(Starts at 3:00)
You can listen to Does This Work? on iTunes
Second Course: Green Eyed Monster
Actor Jason Tolbert performs a short story written by Matthew Schott, that explores the origin story of a new superhero who can’t quite grasp why humans have to be so envious of him.
(Starts at 25:30)
Third Course: Lust With Lux
Lux Atl is kind enough to share a story with us from her podcast about the first regular she had while stripping, and how what they viewed as their customer-provider relationship was very very different.
(Starts at 39:57)
Produced by Exectuive Director Julia Katz, Podcast Production Manager Chelsea Rugg, and Podcast Head Honcho Andrew Terrance Kaberline
Hosted, Written, and Edited by Andrew Terrance Kaberline
Today’s episode featured stories, reporting, and acting from Matt Manning and Clare Shreve,
Matthew Schott, Jason Tolbert, and Lux Atl.
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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Podington Bear.