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A weekly Comedy, Improvisation and Horror podcast featuring Adam Peacock
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Adam heads to the Great Barrier Reef to talk to an Athenian sea sponge (the great Claire McFadden) about the difference between a fish and a buoy, the secrets of reproduction, and a massacre of an entire family in this Finding Nemo themed episo
This week Adam heads to a secret warehouse location to talk to a sprinkler installer (the hilarious Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll) who specializes in the needs of raves and underground parties. If you have questions concerning nocturnal creatures, pa
Adam visits a Guitar Center on the outskirts of Vegas to talk to longtime lounge singer Burl Evangeline (our good pal Sarah Dell'Amico) about the days of old and a more recent zombie infestation. For more with Sarah check out an extended interv
Adam talks to a short order cook (our old pal and The Late Show With Stephen Colbert writer John Thibodeaux) about Sarah Connor, the end of the world, and NO SUBSTITUTIONS in this The Terminator themed episode. For more with John check out an e
Adam strolls into ToonTown to talk to Mr. Bouncy Bounce (actor, writer, director Josh Ruben), a toon who had quite the scare, in this Who Framed Roger Rabbit themed episode. For more with Josh check out an extended interview while supporting th
Adam heads home to Downriver Michigan to visit with his Uncle Terry (Wayne County Lyfe's Garrett Fuller) to talk about the old times of truck driving, arm wrestling for custody of your children, and the mafia turning people to dust in this Over
This week we are joined by Dee (as played by one of our all time favorite humans Kate James of Showtime's Work in Progress) who experienced a gas station shootout, a tireless car theft, and a carnal carnival of cousin coitus that set her on a c
This week's episode takes Adam to a Burkittsville, Maryland Applebees to sit down with home renovator Glenda Phipps (the ridiculously funny Mary Holland).  Glenda just recently got to work flipping the infamous Blair Witch house and returned wi
Adam heads to Outworld to talk to warrior Key Largo (our pal James Quesada) about the ways of combat, destruction, and more in this Mortal Kombat themed episode. For more with James check out an extended interview while supporting the show over
Adam dives into the NY theatre scene to talk to agent Alan Stone (comedy genius and the creator of A.P. Bio Mike O'Brien) about his client Guy Woodhouse, breaking into Hollywood, and the darker negotiation tactics that can get you a waiter gues
Adam heads to Salem to talk to recovering bullies Jay and (N)Ice (Brain Holden and Meredith Stepien) about how being locked in a cage can change your outlook on life in this Hocus Pocus themed episode. For more with Brian and Meredith check out
This week Adam hits it off with Leonard Pitts (the brilliant Dana Gould), a fourth generation groundskeeper for the Usher family, who shares his relationship woes and some family secrets in this House of Usher themed episode. For more with Dana
Did you know that The Sixth Sense is a true story? The producers paid today's guest Cola (the hysterical Lily Sullivan of Going Deep, CBB, and The Righteous Gemstones fame) in Pizza Hut coupons to tell her story and they left out the BEST PARTS
Adam heads to Kansas to talk to a former grocery store owner (the hilarious Charlie McCrackin) about a supposed invasion of furry aliens in this Critters themed episode.  For more with Charlie, check out an extended interview while supporting t
It's a homecoming as Adam heads back to the Metro Detroit area to visit a property manager (Katelyn Hempstead of Lizard People and QCODE's The Monster Line) of some very unique rentals in this Barbarian themed episode. For more with Katelyn che
Adam heads to an undisclosed farm community to talk to a feed store owner and former neighbor of the Harley family (the hilarious Matt Braunger) who has some insights into the true cost of revenge in this Pumpkinhead themed episode. For more wi
Adam heads to Springwood Ohio to meet the man that puts the love in gloves (the always hysterical Jon Gabrus) having crafted mitts for everyone from Freddie Mercury to Freddy Krueger in this A Nightmare on Elm Street themed episode.  For more w
As we all know, every pagan celebration needs floral arrangements and that's why they go to Cynthia Toast (the amazing Rashawn Nadine Scott in her triumphant return to the show). Adam and Cynthia talk about flowers, small businesses, and more i
Adam fields a call from truck dispatcher Frank Ludd (the incomparable Patton Oswalt) who shares stories of a lady-faced chainsaw wielder, a trucking death near an ancient burial ground in Maine, and the true price of hotdogs in this The Texas C
Join host Adam Peacock as he talks to the lesser known characters from your favorite horror films. Each week is an all new, fully improvised journey into the unknown featuring friends and luminaries from the worlds of comedy, horror, and beyond
Adam heads back to Seattle to talk to Janet, the television obsessed neighbor (the hilarious Inessa Frantowski) of Noah Clay, who couldn't be pulled away from the boob tube even if a girl came crawling out of it in this The Ring themed episode.
Adam heads to an alternate Los Angeles, now called the Republic of Gilead, to talk to Clark (the amazingly hilarious Andrew Johnston) about some forbidden behaviors, some hot gossip, and more in this The Handmaid's Tale themed episode. For more
Adam heads to Moorehigh to talk to a chiropractor (our good pal, the amazing Andrew Knox) with questionable thoughts on his own medical credibility and the practices of the Doctors' Rendell in this Dr. Giggles themed episode. For more with Andr
Adam heads to Colorado to talk to a Godfather's Pizza employee and former cop (played by our good pal Alan Linic in his 5th guest appearance on the show!) who talks about the problem with kid psychics, the dangers of delivering 'za, and his mos
Adam returns to Woodsboro, California to talk to the proprietor of a halloween costume shop (comedian Matt Harbert) about melty masks, murders, and a possible new catchphrase "Don't come at me, legal.". For more with Matt check out an extended
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