Episode 11: THE SEARCH FOR THE LOST EPISODE (PART ONE)

SHOW NOTES: As it was mentioned in Episode 5, we had worked on three chapters of the Professor A: Adjunct Professor to the Multi-verse saga and of course we had the intention to do more. But I found when I edited the show that it sounded best with the chapters at approximately 15 minutes in … Continue reading Episode 11: THE SEARCH FOR THE LOST EPISODE (PART ONE)

Episode 3.01 Introducing Barnaby Druthers

Season 3 of Nutmeg Junction begins with an extraordinary episode “Introducing Barnaby Druthers” featuring tales of the unusual late 19th century private investigations duo of Barnaby Druthers (Humprhy Rolleston) and Irene Adler (Devon Richtmeyer). Narrated by Olivia Wadsworth, this episode features the talents of John Fabiani, Jerry Crystal, David Macharelli, Paul Starybrat, and Robert C. … Continue reading Episode 3.01 Introducing Barnaby Druthers

Episode 29: The Good News Report

Nutmeg Junction News Anchors Deborah Goodman and Dan Willey begin to host an election special report when breaking news of a different sort changes the coverage. Then the mystery solvers with their elephant friend Packy-Dermy-Poo try to solve the mystery of the Capitol Ghost! Episode 29 of Nutmeg Junction features an all star cast  Darcy … Continue reading Episode 29: The Good News Report

Episode 27: Nightmare Junction II: The Sad Case of Dr. Horace Wells

  In the second Halloween special for Nutmeg Junction (Nightmare Junction) the corpse conductor introduces us to the strange case of Dr. Horace Wells, which is based on a true story of a Dentist in Connecticut and may have been the inspiration for the story “Dr. Jeykll and Mr. Hyde”. The second tale is a … Continue reading Episode 27: Nightmare Junction II: The Sad Case of Dr. Horace Wells

Episode 20: “Looking Forward To It”

A delayed trolley allows a father and son to reconnect over the memories of Saturday morning cartoons. Jeff Savage and David Macharelli helm this featured episode hearkening back to when Saturday mornings were meant for a bowl of cereal and cartoons on the television. The story is really a contemplation about “time”. Starting out the … Continue reading Episode 20: “Looking Forward To It”