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Allen and Mike MacDee have a pitch for a new kind of show, wherein they craft a story based on audience-selected criteria: this time, it's a haunted cartridge story about a certain cyborg bee and must involve a dead family member, friend or lover.
Surprise! It's Christmas, and David, Dead Palette and Allen are the gift that keeps on giving. This episode is pretty much nothing but holiday discussion, with a NoSleep story tied on like a bow at the very end. We hope you enjoy, and we wish you happy holidays, no matter what you celebrate (or don't, as the case may be).
"'I hear Santa's reindeer outside!' shouted my six-year-old" is credited to BlairDaniels.
The gang takes a break from Creepypasta and horror to brush up on some world history.
Credited to Inthezone90.
The cast and crew of Midnight Marinara/Undercooked Analysis represent both shows at the Midsummer Scream Halloween Convention. Join them for three short audio dramas and one hilarious cold read...
Featuring David King, Kaela Berry, Dead Palette, Allen Chaney, Matt Holley and Abysmii.
Recorded July 30th, 2017 at the Long Beach Convention Center.
Dead Palette has some thoughts to share as we go into October...
Recorded just before the Midsummer Scream convention, the gang's all together for the first time in one room, and decide it might be fun to hit the Random Pasta button to see what comes up.
"Tower Johnny" and "The Mound" are both uncredited.
No one seems to think of the impact their actions will have on future generations, not even the crew of this episode, as you'll soon hear. With SoberDwarf in tow they read an Earthbound story that seems to be an in-universe account: a prequel, perhaps? Regardless, things get a little weird, but not because of the story...
"The Cosmic Destroyer" is credited to TheCosmicDestroyer (naturally).
Back in August, Dronian (the creator of "Happy Appy") made some revelations known... but no one told David, Dead Palette and Allen until now!
Taken from a panel at Anime California, join David, Kaela, Matt Holley and Dead Palette as they perform "The Only Sensible Ritual Pasta" and read a haunted gaming(?) story blind before a live audience.
Is Candle Cove really as good as it's made out to be? Slimebeast challenges the assumption while Dead Palette defends and Nick Nocturne play referee. All this while David looks on.
"Candle Cove" is written by Kris Straub. Check out this and other works of his at chainsawsuit.com
David and Dead Palette examine a recent Twitter saga, try to determine if the story told is Creepypasta, and show how profoundly white they both are while reading it.
The Tweets: http://imgur.com/a/WDwyW