Go behind the scenes with the Vice Presidents as they present, in all of its somewhat dubious glory, the Seasons One Classic/Season Two blooper reel. Be warned, there is a fair amount of foul language (y’know, if you’re bothered by that sort of thing). A huge thank you to all of the amazing performers, technicians, writers, and others who have come together to create Our Fair City- here’s to many hours of laughs, hijinks, and dubious noises made into microphones.
Edited (butchered) by Jeffrey Gardner. Photographic Proof by Travis Sauder. Approved of by no-one at all.
As is wont to happen, the Molepeople are called in to clean up the mess their human “betters” have made. Sandy and Clay work to repair the mess on Level 12, and are interrupted by a Mysterious Stranger, who may just factor in to Season Two.
Written by Jim McDoniel. Directed by Clayton Faits. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Art by Steph Charaska
In which Things Come to a Head between our protagonists and antagonists, someone makes a less-than-graceful exit, and we say goodbye to a dear friend.
Written by Jim McDoniel. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Art by Robin Simmons.
Allison’s apartment is the scene of a pair of frenetic searches, resulting in raised tempers and airborne artificial genitalia, but not the discovery of the coveted containment tube.
Written by Clayton Faits with creative contribution from Mark Dujsik. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Art by Robin Simmons.
Our plucky heroes descend deep into the tunnels to meet Nathan’s enigmatic contact, the dangerously dulcet Doctor Calligari.
Written by Clayton Faits. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile.
Wrapping up our “Tripytch at Al’s,” we join Allison, Neal’s erstwhile lover, as she meets a somewhat-less-than-mysterious buyer for Neal’s Containment Tube.
Written by Ansel Burch and Clayton Faits. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile, Artwork by Steph Charaska
Still at Al’s Bar, we join George Chamberlain(designation: Special Investigator) and Elizabeth Rourke (designation: Worried Parent) as they monitor the actions of a certain smooth-talking son and a pongy PWC.
Written by Ansel Burch. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile.
We venture to the crossroads of Hartlife, Al’s Bar, where Nathan Rourke makes plans and puns, Neal Henderson is generally obstinate, and “Betsey” (the Shovel) comes out to play.
Written by Ansel Burch. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Artwork by Cathy Faits
We slip into the poorly lit offices of the poorly acronymed Municipal Union for the Restructuring of District Records, as Elizabeth Rourke meets with the strong arm of HartLife’s security forces.
Written by Clayton Faits, with Creative Contribution from Mark Dujsik. Directed by Jeffrey Gardner. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Illustration by Dann Tincher.
Continuing our look into the recent past, Our Heroes encounter the Science Faire, a group of petty thugs peddling back-alley bunsen-burners and contraband theorems to those desperate enough to seek out their services.
Written by Frank Sjodin. Directed by Clayton Faits. Sound Design by Ryan Schile. Art by Robin Simmons.