Afterlife Modern Radio Drama Episode 11

Afterlife Modern Radio Drama Episode 11: Popping Bottles

 

Karen uses her celebrity status to get herself and Richard invited into a rap mogul’s house party where a hip-hop legend makes a surprise appearance. Karen and Richard crash Cassandra’s open house; Karen recognizes a convicted felon.

Mentioned in this episode…

Also mentioned: Snoop Dogg, sadism, dopamine, vinyl, gin and juice, a flying fire-breathing dragon, charred human remains, messy titties, french fries, Silverlake Reservoir

“Unfortunately for the man, his intended victim was a rape survivor; she’d beat the man senseless then left him unconscious and hanging by a thread to his life, for the cops to pick up. When the incident happened, the neighborhood newspaper had run a story on it, but of course, they’d left out all the juicy parts saying only that: THE POLICE HAVE ARRESTED A MAN ACCUSED OF ATTACKING FEMALE JOGGERS and that THE ARREST WAS MADE FOLLOWING A LOCAL WOMAN’S RESPONSE TO A PUBLIC APPEAL FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO THE IDENTITY OF A KNOWN CRIMINAL. Hardly at all what happened.”

Music in this episode is from Otis McDonald: “Rich Man In The Sky”

Mentioned in this episode…

  • How to heal from a break up (friendship, business partnership and/or romantic)
  • Flagrant abuse: What It Means
  • Ways to recognize a pathological liar
  • What kind of people make the most dangerous friends
  • Versions of the truth: How much to share?

Also mentioned: Ultimat Vodka, hair weaves, tight jeans, Apple Pay

 

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» Afterlife Modern Radio Drama Episode 11: Popping Bottles Musical Feature: “Rich Man In The Sky” by Otis McDonald

Afterlife Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. Afterlife Modern Radio Drama is a Raven + Crow production.

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