Jonathan Mitchell's terrific work on THE TRUTH often gets taken for granted. I'll make no bones about it. Listening to this show very closely was one of the ways I learned how to produce audio drama. There is great care to sound effects and atmosphere and, above all, a sense of realism -- even with many of the wacky BLACK MIRROR-style premises. This makes sense, given that this show does have its creative origins and sustains collaborative associations with those in improv. "Fish Girl," in particular, is a wonderful gem -- particularly the way in which this story somehow merges the grounding in reality with the outlandish nature of the concept. As someone who writes and produces a lot of wacky tales, I assure you that this is not easy.