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The Subjective Truth

Feb 25, 2022

Sometimes you randomly mention the name of a comedy movie in one Audio Fiction series and then two years later, you release an entire series based upon that fake comedy movie. Anyway, I wrote a satirical dark comedy called, "Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason" and I've love for you all to check it out.  It's especially important to me for fans of The Subjective Truth to listen to "Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason" because in many ways it serves as a defacto Season Two of The Subjective Truth. It's very much a comedy movie set within the TST universe. 

Don't worry, I'll have a real Season Two of The Subjective Truth (complete with all the answers to what happened to Buddha Kline) ready for you before too long. But for now, I'd love for you to meet Randy Dunning and Gayle Kruger. 

If you enjoy the pilot episode, be sure to subscribe to "Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason" on its main feed. And what the heck, why not throw us a rating while you're at it?

Show Notes

1.01 || Shadowbanned

Randy Dunning’s quest for internet immorality is interrupted by a Shadowban.

Written and Created by Jeremy Ellett 


Zane Schacht as Randy Dunning

Lauren Grace Thompson as Gayle Kruger

Matthew Woodcock as Walt Clay

Jack Carmichael as the Narrator

Charlie Wes as Ed Choom

David Ault as Mac Kirkpatrick

Graham Rowat as Newsham

Addison Peacock as Karen

Maya Murphy as Millie

Adam Clark as Daniel Downripple

Michelle Kelly as Charlotte

Kristen DiMercurio as Bonnie Long

Josh Rubino as Scanner Customer

Brandon Finch as Snake Customer

Kirsty Woolven as Cat Customer

Ryan Philbrook as Smashed Potatoes Ad

Editing and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett.

Actor Direction by Danyelle Ellett.

Opening Theme Song is “Social Kapital” by Glad Rags.
Closing Theme Song is “Tick-Tock” by Glad Rags.

And featuring the song “Something True” by Louie Zong.
"Retro" by Bajio Alvarado.

Logo by Jeremy Ellett.

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