I have a very strong feeling that, as the episode date is April 1 (April Fool's Day, yes?) and that the somewhat discernible common thread of the clips (some depicting a partial day in the life of a podcast "person of all trades" becoming vexed by her lazy, cheapskate landlord landlord - one a LOT like mine!) ah, yes, common thread in almost every case seems to be ELECTRICITY. Now, as to what this is leading to, or has lead to, I don't think I'm sharp enough to say. With the "Daffadillies Gang," however, something clever should become abundantly clear, sooner or later. I only hope I get to hear the latter half of "Lies Per Minute," eventually (preferably sooner!) I think I will seriously look into becoming a patron (for my first time) of Quietly Yours, since I can't stand the idea of missing any of your output.
By the way, episode 2 - Dead End - is, of all your wonderful work, the tale (and the performances) that I found MOST suspenseful and also uniquely capable of ripping my heart out of my chest each time I re-visit it. Ummm, great work (I guess.) ha!
good wishes to you all, kris k.
Thank you! I saw your kind comments on YouTube, too. You're more than welcome to join us on Patreon but don't feel like you have to, your amazing support is appreciated either way!
Dead End is one of my favourite episodes too, we chose to use that one again here mostly because it's just really fun to listen in on those two characters, I kinda wish we could do a sequel with them haha 😄
Hey, just an FYI, this episode cuts off about half way through and then starts playing episode two instead.
Ooh, does it? That's strange... 🤔 Maybe you should keep listening, see if the bug, uh, resolves itself. Wink wink, nudge nudge 😄
Did I hear a "wink, wink, nudge, nudge?" If I am not mistaken in this, then I have to ask, respectfully, if someone has, perchance, revealed more about her...um....physical maturity...than she might have intended. [just wonderin' to myself; strictly a rhetorical question.]
I am, alas, merely an American, of a certain age, myself, but regarding Monty Python I am pretty well-versed, having watched all available episodes of it on PBS when I was considerably...less old, shall I say? Thanks to M. Python's 'cheese sketch,' I am able to purchase famous English cheeses now that they are making their way to the one very fine (super)market in the dismal area in which I find myself (STILL!) living.
All of this is by way of saying: Brett Barnes, I accuse you of being a Month Python aficionado, and especially familiar with their 'naughty bits.'
Go ahead...tell me I'm wrong, I dare ya! (ha, ha)
oh, this is very important but I almost forgot to mention it: all of the immense number of fans who religiously (yeah...with plastic rosary in hand) devour "Quietly Yours" with insatiable ear holes wish to ask, "may we have more, please?"
That is all. Sincerely, Oliver Twist, a/k/a Missus Entity