Deceptively simple. You'd think the short-ish episode format might not give the characters time to grow and thump things? The great radio director/producer Elliot Lewis figured this out in the 1940s and so have the writers/directors responsible for keeping the doors open at the Goblins Head Inn. The whole gang progresses and grows, complete with overcoming some rough road, cringing secrets, and learning to stick together. So besides the great performances and detailed environments, two things are worth noting: Eli McIlveen wrote the theme and it's clear that no matter what the writers think, 'Tessa' who runs the inn, knows the score!