This time in Strangerville, more general bickering. And Whitney Call tells a childhood story live on the Strangerville Live Stage.
This time in Strangerville, Meg refuses to give Eli her children; Eli becomes very gay; and a woman loses her husband in the mountains.
This time in Strangerville, Eli remembers a strange encounter in a Russian forest in the middle of the night.
This time in Strangerville, a 12-year-old girl takes a prank phone call a little too far.
This time in Strangerville, Eli shares a story about a very little thing that happened far away.
This time in Strangerville, a woman explains why not all adults are responsible enough to watch your children.
This time in Strangerville, Eli explains why he never became a professional athlete on the Strangerville Live stage.
This time in Strangerville, Meg Walter takes the stage at Strangerville Live to help you feel better about your bad neighbor.
This time in Strangerville, The Suzzzz takes the Strangerville Live stage to explain to us why she plans to die alone in a house full of cats.
This time in Strangerville, Rachel Miller tells a story on the stage of Strangerville Live.
A woman buys a gift for her parents that changes her life.
Two people fall in love from different ends of the Earth without ever seeing a picture of one another.
This time in Strangerville, the Utah State Bar sends an unfortunate email to thousands of lawyers, and Eli stumbles upon a biker who has been hit by a car.
This time in Strangerville, a tinder date goes very wrong.
This time in Strangerville, a man explains how a very strange wedding photo came to be.
This time in Strangerville, a 12-year-old boy makes a terrible and brave mistake.
This time in Strangerville, two women tell one story about a most uncomfortable breakup.
This time in Strangerville, Meg Morley Walter shares a tragic story about a young puppy. Also, Disneyland corndogs.
Max, by Meg Morley Walter, music by Colin Hatch (originally produced by Derrick Clements for The Porch)
An opera singer undergoes two double-lung transplants.
This time in Strangerville Eli confronts Meg about her recent offensive comments regarding their relationship, and a woman talks about what must be the worst date. Like, ever.
This time in Strangerville we kick off our new format for 2018 and bring you our first story for the year. In this episode, Meg and Eli clear the air on the "Thanksgiving pecan incident," a woman has a scare while babysitting a boy with special needs, and, of course, some TV is discussed.
Story: "Sliced Bras" by Megan
Production by Meg Walter and Eli McCann
This time in Strangerville we find out what other people's bad dates look like so we can feel better about our own. A woman is confronted by an unexpected guest at dinner. A blind date goes wrong when a man overestimates his love for Slim Jims. A guy breaks all four a woman's low-bar rules. A canoe trip leads to unwanted advances. And a text message goes to the wrong person. Don't miss these and many other stories from the Strangerville hive mind in this cringe-worthy episode.
This time in Strangerville, we explore some of your worst babysitting disasters.
A throw back to an era when children's programming sometimes took a dark turn.
This time in Strangerville, four stories about exaggerated fear. College kids cause a stir in their small town. A child remembers a gas station encounter much more colorfully than his father. A bunch of 80s and 90s kids discuss a traumatizing episode of a popular children’s show. And a woman reflects on her trick-or-treating past. Stay tuned, and watch some people get irrationally scared in this special Halloween episode.
Intro: by Eli McCann
1. Murder on Main, by Grandpa Boyd and Meg Morley Walter
2. The Stabbing, by Ben and Mike Miller
3. Refrigerator Death, by Eli McCann, contributions by Jennifer Friess, DeAnne Hale, and several others
4. Trick or Treat, by Meg Morley Walter
Production Assistance by Derrick Clements and Jolyn Metro