The reviews are in!

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After the radio show ended, we made a couple deals to offer the show up for national distribution. It was very local and it never really took off, but we did get some coverage in big markets like Seattle, Boston and Anchorage, Alaska. And we were even reviewed!

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After the radio show ended, we made a couple deals to offer the show up for national distribution. It was very local and it never really took off, but we did get some coverage in big markets like Seattle, Boston and Anchorage, Alaska. And we were even reviewed! Here’s the review of Phudie Mart from a program director in North Carolina.

***** Humorous, Offbeat, Sound Rich

“This is brilliant. Listen! It’s smart, funny, keenly observed, sound rich, brilliantly performed, masterfully produced. It’s just great, great radio. It’s a radio play, I guess, but maybe more like a film. Justin Kaufman reminded me of Steve Buscemi (not to diminish Justin’s unique performance through comparison, but I love Buscemi so this is meant as a high compliment)
The piece is full of wonderful images and characters that are so well conceived… and, I think I said this already, the writing is great! Most of the attempts I hear at humor on public radio (NPR in particular) fall totally flat (except when I bought hook line and sinker the April Fools ATC piece that the Boston Celtics (Sell-tics) were changing their name to the Celtics (Kell-tics). That time, the joke was on me. This time, there are no “jokes” – just brilliant comedy, the kind that makes you laugh AND think. Great, great work.”