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A Twilight World of Ultimate Smoothness

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Teddy can't stop thinking about Ron's new gun. And all that thinking is driving Teddy mad.Ron's New Gun was written by David Wilcox and devised with Johanna Hyman and Brandt Sandeno. It was engineered by Tara Jane O'Neil and features the voices of Brandt Sandeno, Michael Bulington, Darrett Sanders, Armond Anderson-Bell, David Wilcox, Chris Jon Scott, and Johanna Hyman. Produced by Positive Industries. Special thanks to Russell Etchen, Arthur Jones, Aaron Wickenden, Stephanie Woods, and everyone responsible for the TV show Rectify.
From the writers and producer of A Twilight World of Ultimate Smoothness comes the only podcast with hardcore action and softcore f***ing. Erotic Action is an ongoing anthology series inspired by the golden age of Skinemax, a vividly produced B movie for your ears, a trashy audio romp through the sleaziest shelves of the video store. Up first: "Knights in Tight Denim" starring Billy Tarzana, a hero with a lot on his mind -- and even more in his pants. When a deadly threat is set loose on the streets of Billy's high-desert hometown, he embarks on an adventure that brings him face-to-face with vindictive cops, corrupt businessmen, trigger-happy thugs, lonely ladies, and most treacherous of all, his own demons. The first installment of this story is presented in two acts with intermission ~17:30. For news and updates on future episodes, please follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Soundcloud @positiveindustries, and on Twitter @pstvnd.Erotic Action features explicit content. Discretion is advised.
Greg promises listeners an experience they'll never forget, and a candid visit with a reclusive pop star takes a bizarre turn.Produced by David Wilcox & John Schmersal. Written by David Wilcox & Johanna Hyman, with additional material by John Schmersal and Bob Schriner. Music and Sound Design by John Schmersal. For a full list of voice credits, visit twilightsmoothness.com.
Greg manipulates a ticket giveaway to his own ends, and a formerly down-on-his-luck singer calls in from a surprising location.Produced by David Wilcox. Written by David Wilcox and Johanna Hyman, with additional material by David Clifford. Music & Sound Design by John Schmersal. For a complete list of voice credits, please visit twilightsmoothness.com.
Greg's unilateral decision-making raises concern among station management, and a potential love interest reveals a hidden agenda.Produced by David Wilcox. Written by David Wilcox & Johanna Hyman, with additional material by Bob Schriner. Music & Sound Design by John Schmersal. For a complete list of voice credits, please visit twilightsmoothness.com.
An old rival makes an unwelcome appearance as Greg's behavior becomes increasingly volatile.Produced by David Wilcox. Written by David Wilcox & Johanna Hyman, with additional material by Liz Tooley and Bob Schriner. Music & Sound Design by John Schmersal. For a complete list of voice credits, please visit twilightsmoothness.com.
Greg makes a big announcement, and a familiar voice takes to the airwaves.Produced by David Wilcox. Written by David Wilcox & Johanna Hyman, David Clifford, and Bob Schriner. Music and Sound Design by John Schmersal. For a complete list of voice credits, please visit twilightsmoothness.com
A celebration of Greg's past goes terribly wrong, forcing him to confront an uncertain future. Produced by David Wilcox. Written by David Wilcox & Johanna Hyman. Sound Design by Jesse Honig, with additional mixing and music by John Schmersal. For a complete list of voice credits, please visit twilightsmoothness.com.
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Martin Lazaro

I wish I could find more episodes.

Dec 3rd
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