Note: Even if you’re like me and prefer to read the ending first, surprise! There’s no ending and you’ll still be as curious as when you started.
A sitcom about the McKnight Family who moves from Texas to France after mom is relocated for work with the U.S. Military. A heartfelt and witty show where family dynamics and culture clash.
There is no kitchen appliance more magical than a rice cooker. Compact, electric and brimming with tasty grains, it holds a special place in our hearts. Here, we pay tribute to the rice cooker.
A somewhat satirical account of the life of a fictional protagonist who would be born in the year of the cat.
In their one and only podcast episode, Nicole and Gloria test their voice acting skills as a menagerie of disgruntled beasts (and their keepers) in an unnamed zoo.
Swedish Meatballs By Alba Suarez & Zoe Weiner Follow our protagonist—a college student newly arrived in Sweden for a study abroad program—as she tries to navigate some… mysterious customs in…
The inner dialogue of two people who want the same thing.
A cute and funny short film where there is a supermarket for cats when they are shaped like different types of foods! Don’t worry though, they aren’t actually for eating—just for decoration!
The generational battle made famous by TikTok. But can we at least agree to fight the system together?
“Twitter Girls” is a satirical experimental prose piece that deals with the insecurities of a young writer.
Follow me on an emotionally exciting journey through one of my favorite cartoons.
Gorillaz is a virtual band consisting of four cartoon characters created by Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett. Their albums have a backdrop of the character’s personal “lives,” which are often ridiculous, violent, and as cartoonish as the band itself. This “interview” is a tribute to Gorillaz’s nonsensical ingenuity.
Ted was a taxidermist who lived in Albany. He adopted a dog when he broke off his only friendship with an intelligent university student when the friend’s family died in a house fire.
On Dream Jobs, we finally got the chance to interview a few employees from The Dream Industry and the owner of the company himself! They had no idea this was part of a larger series!
Macy is far from being the math whiz her parents want her to be. Will God be the one to change this?