Transcript for Mini: The Brief, Bright Teatime of the Heart

EMILY PETERSON
Alright. One, two, th–

[Demo version of Charlie on the MTA plays]

VOICE 1
This is…

VOICE 2
This is…

VOICE 3
This is…

VOICE 4
Greater Boston. 

[Tea shop door opens. Footsteps. Soothing music plays. Tea is stirred. Tea is sipped. A door opens and Gemma and Freed Friend approach.]

GEMMA LINZER-COOLIDGE – [Lydia Anderson]
Tyrell. Hi.

TYRELL FREDERICKS – [Arun Sannuti]

Hi…oh! Dipshit!

FREED FRIEND POLETTI – [James Capobianco]
Hello Tyrell.

GEMMA
It’s Freed now. Freed, uh…Friend. I mentioned I was meeting you, and he asked to come. I hope you don’t mind.

TYRELL
No, it’s…fine? You two talk now?

GEMMA
Not on the regular. But it happens.

FREED
A lot has happened.

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Mini: The Brief Bright Teatime of the Heart

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.
This episode featured:
  • Lydia Anderson as Gemma Linzer-Coolidge
  • Arun Sannuti as Tyrell Fredericks
  • James Capobianco as Freed Friend Poletti
 
Content notes:
  • Strong language
  • Discussion of hostile work environments
  • Outpourings of forgiveness
  • Extended periods of awkward silence
  • A single instance of gratuitous Douglas Adams allusion (It’s the title)
 
Greater Boston is a production of ThirdSight Media LLC.

Halloween Special: Worser Worchester

Greater Boston…err…Worser Worcester is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.

Did you like this mirror universe spin-off? If so, let us know. We’re toying with the idea of making more in a Patreon-exclusive series. Feel free to join our Patreon at patreon.com/GreaterBoston

We’re still on hiatus, but we’re working on bringing you more Greater Boston goodies, hopefully by next year.

This episode featured:

  • Jeff Van Dreason as Chuck Octagon and OC
  • Josh Rubino as Bobby
  • Julia Schifini as 23 Skidoo
  • Sam Musher as Emily Poletti
  • Tanja Milojevic as Yelena
  • James Capobianco as Gerald Poletti
  • James Oliva as Michael Tate
  • and Marck Harmon as Andy Wood

Haunting Tune and Music Box by Dirk Tiede. On Questions of Discipline and the Naiveté of Flowers by Lloyd Rogers

Transcripts available at GreaterBostonShow.com

Episode 38: The Voice in Your Head

Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon.
Thank you to Patreon supporters Jon Grilz, Amanda Robinson, Derek J. May, and Rasmus! We’ve reserved fine luxury Car-condos for each of you in the newly revitalized city of Red Line! And thank you to everyone who has supported Greater Boston, through Patreon, through sharing the show on Twitter on Tumblr, by joining the fan discord to share your reactions to each episode! We are grateful for all of it!

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Transcript for Episode 38: The Voice In Your Head

COLD OPEN

CHUCK OCTAGON – JEFF VAN DREASON

Who are you? And Why are you here?

INTERVIEW

Um. So…I personally like to get a degree in mechanical engineering technology. I always liked working on things like robotics. I always liked tinkering with things, since I was very young. I think it started when I was five.

[Charlie on the MTA plays]

CHUCK
I don’t even just mean the college. I mean like…on Earth. In this life.

INTERVIEW

Oh. [laughter.] Oh my god! I haven’t thought about that kind of thing really deeply really, but I just know for a fact that I just like…building things. But um…yeah.

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Transcript for Episode 37: King Nero and the Great George Wombwell

COLD OPEN

INTERVIEW 1

We moved my parents out of my home, my childhood home, because it was so dilapidated that it just wasn’t safe for them to live there anymore. That was gone, and that home meant a lot to me, and created who I am today. And I just went back recently, and the house was torn down, which I knew, but it had turned into a lot filled with trees and bushes and hedges, and it became almost like a jungle or a park. And we just happened to go by when they were tearing down all the trees.

[Charlie on the MTA plays.]

CHUCK

Ohhh.

INTERVIEW 1

So now it’s just a big empty lot. A guy’s gonna build there. I think he’s probably a speculator. That he’s gonna build and sell. And I always thought maybe I could make it back, maybe I could make it into a park dedicated to my parents. But now its…it’s done.

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