the infinite fairy tale/
Dark, surreal and ridiculous comedy inspired by fairy tales and recorded in the moment.
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Is a writer and improvisor — or so he claims. I mean, lots of people call themselves writers. What does it actually mean? That he sits in a café with a macbook and annoys people nearby with his smug face and loud typing? That he wrote a 5 minute short that someone has expressed interest in 'developing'? Stephen King – now that's a writer. He's sold literally millions of books. What's Shamus done? A podcast with his sister that they didn't even write but just made it up as they went along? Big fucking whoop.
Is a performer and improvisor who gains power by eating the hearts of her enemies. Once her enemies were many. Now they are few. Are you her enemy? No? Good. Now lick her boot. What's that? You don't want to? Oh, so you want to be her enemy, do you? Oh, you don't want to be her enemy? Yeah, that's what I thought. Now lick her goddam boot. That's it... just like that. Who's a good boy? Who's a good boy, now?
Most Recent Episodes/
In this episode we meet an ideal customer, find out about Michael Schumacher's family history, and in what is possibly the most disturbing scene ever recorded by a brother and sister, explore the concept of stockings as a reward for good work.
Thanks to Little Red Riding hood, it's never been easier to have fun with a sleeping wolf. She's a red-cap lady and she's ready to go!
Rumpelstiltskin learns the perils of fame, the king plays his favourite game of Death Death Wife, and a minor administrator tries to impress his boss by boasting about his daughter.
AKA Sleeping Beauty, but we prefer this version. In this episode we meet an incognito prince and a boy who spent a hundred years about to be hit in the face. We also learn everything there is to know about The Day The Spindles Were Burnt.
What did the witch actually do with Rapunzel on her visits? In this episode we find out the surprising answer to this longstanding question. Also featuring Godfield: the man who built the tower (without a door or stairs).
In this episode we find out about Snow White's evil twin Coal Black (courtesy of the Ku Klux Klan), and explore a lot of scenarios involving corpses.