Monday, September 28, 2015


Well, I fouled up the links to the script this morning.  They are fixed now.

Found a full script for...

Just the other day, I unearthed some dialogue for 32-01-28 Vic is Asked to be a Mannequin.  This morning, I found a whole script for it, which I posted at the above link.

There's not much in there that we don't know, except that it looks like Vic might not have been 110% against it when Sade began turning him into a mannequin.  And then it was like a cartoonish-snowball.

Thursday, September 24, 2015

Vic loses it

Vic can't control his laughter when Sade gets another dumb letter from Bess.  See the full, fun script.

Monday, September 21, 2015

Uncle Headache

Uncle Fletcher gives Vic a headache in the latest, full script that's now up on The Crazy World web site.  44-03-25 Testing Mis' Keller's Phone

Sunday, September 20, 2015

Lazy as a rabbit

A heads up for you: I'm being lazy this weekend.  I'll be back at it tomorrow.

I'm actually working on cleaning up a script, so it's not like I am down at the Y, watching the fat men.  However, I have been involved in a couple of projects other than Vic and Sade and put the show's work on the back burner.

I didn't want you to think I had joined up with Nicer Scott to form an anti-Vic and Sade league.

I also wanted to shout out to all the folks that have written me an email the past couple of weeks.  It is wonderful to get new visitors to the site and your encouragement is very important to me.  Thanks for all of that stuff. :)

Saturday, September 19, 2015

Songs about Vic and Sade

You will find several, short Vic and Sade inspired songs in my latest podcast over at the ONSUG.  There have been a couple of songs written about Vic and Sade, but I think I've set a record for this podcast.  There will probably be more to come.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Prepare to be confused

I found two 1944 episodes this morning with the exact same title, yet very different episodes.  It seems Barbara Schwarz, who was responsible for most of the titles as we know them, made a tiny mistake. I had also overlooked this mistake for about three years.

Just looking at the titles, one would never know that weren't the same (or a re-used/re-worked script).  One episode was 44-04-06 Sade Plays Rummy and the other was 44-07-04 Sade Plays Rummy.  The earlier episode involved Sade all set up to play rummy, but failing to do so.  That episode does sound amazingly like the latter episode (audio exists of that episode).

However, the earlier episode has Russell getting a motorcycle and there's talk of his bank account and yada yada yada.  Therefore, I have changed the name of the earlier episode to 44-04-06 Sade Rummy/Russell's Motorcycle.

If there could be anything more dangerous than Russell with a motorcycle, I wouldn't know what it would be. Well, maybe Vic with a motorcycle!


Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Lost and found

Found and added: 2 pages of a recent script I put up last week.  Now the script is complete.  44-04-20 A Letter from Bess - No Card Game

Things to think - and write about

Below are some things to think about.  Maybe these will spark your own perspective and perhaps you will write about it.  Sharing the piece with us here would make us all happy; there are few things better than a new perspective on Vic and Sade.

* Why would Paul Rhymer write a script about Mr. Gumpox getting a mail order bride and then basically abandon this situation?  Considering how good the continuity of the show is, why would he take this route?  Do you think we are missing an episode(s) where there is trouble of some sort or the other?

* The relationship between Rush and Vic is very special and when the two are alone, it can sometimes be quite tender.  How real are these moments to you?

* David Whitehouse (as Russell) really gets shafted by the fans and by the written material about the show that exists today.  If you don't like the Russell character, why not?  If you feel like Russell gets the short end of the stick, let's hear about it.

* It would be lots of fun to read character analysis of people like Mr. Gumpox, the Brick Mush man, Mis' Appelrot, Aunt Bess, Euncie, Hank Gutstop, Mr. Sludge, Lolita di Rienzi and anyone else.  You have a lot of material at your fingertips but your own conjecture would make things much more fun.  Come on, Mr. Gumpox is really interesting when you think about him.  Add a little magic to what we know and you'd have a very appealing article.

* Were the movies at the Bijou really that great or was it the fact that you could sit in there all day in air-conditioned comfort?  See your friends?  See girls?!  Get a soda pop and some popcorn?  Or was the romance of Gloria Golden and Frank Fuddleman really that exciting?

* Why did Bess and Walter never visit the Gooks?

And anything else you can think of.  Go for it. 

Sade, the scientific genius

Well, maybe she's not quite Tesla or Edison, but I still wouldn't mess with her.

We have a cleaned-up script from 44-07-11 Don't Scrape off the Watts!

Little by little, we add to this website.  I am ALWAYS looking for contributions.  Feel free to contribute in any way you can.  My email address can be found on the left-hand side of the site.  Your perspective is wanted.  It does not have to be a long piece or for that matter, a well-written piece.  Your contribution and opinion is what really matters.

Monday, September 14, 2015

More stuff tomorrow

I've been under the weather the last two days and have been slowly cleaning up a script; I will probably get back to posting by tomorrow. 

Meanwhile, check out this episode.  My imagination conjures up a delightful 10 minute journey that we are all missing and may never know all the details about. 

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Friday, September 11, 2015

More problems

I do not like problems.  Like Vic, I enjoy apple pie order.  It's unfortunate, but things do not always work the way you intend them to.

This morning, I went through the rest of the scripts to see where I am.  I forgot to count them but there must be 25-35 scripts or so left.  There are a few pages missing from a few "full" scripts.  I am guessing this was my fault and no, I have no idea how or why.  There may be as many as 5 script affected.  I realize this is bad news but no one feels worse about it than me.  I cannot say for sure that I was given every page, but I'm going to assume so.  I'm just going to put it on myself.  I am totally sorry about this.

That aside, I was fooling around today and didn't post anything.  I will try and continue making progress tomorrow.  If not for the fact that I clean these scripts up, it would be a lot easier; but doing so adds a great deal to the messy scripts, I feel.

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Problems, ugh

I am still having problems with viewing scripts or parts of scripts online.  However, you should still be able to download them and view them on your computer.  Just right click and choose 'save as'.

There was a problem with the Chef Donahue script from yesterday, but it's there now and you can save it.  Thanks to 'chc' for the heads up.

I'm sorry about this problem with viewing the scripts.  I hope it clears up soon.  It's not my doing.  ;)

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Vic and Sade did over 13 kajillion Christmas episodes

36-12-01 Melvin Needs To Borrow Vic's Lodge Robe: now with handy-dandy dialogue and expanded synopsis. 

It can be real

The world of Vic and Sade is as real as you want it to be.  You can just listen.  Or be there.  If you really want to.

Just part of a larger podcast, hosted by PQ Ribber, about 'Reality'.

A problem fixed; let's celebrate by changing names!

Long story short, I encountered a problem (not of my doing, for once) and am in the process of fixing a major headache that would not allow the large scripts to show up online.  If you tried to access a script recently and found it not showing up (you always download them) well then you you probably thought I have no idea what I am doing; I am currently in the process of fixing this problem and sometime today we should be back to normal.

In the meantime, 44-03-28 Grown Men Trading Names has added a full script and I have re-worked the web post a bit.

Little by little I am knocking this out.  My hope is to get to all these scripts before the end of the year.  Provided everything remains status quo, that shouldn't be a problem.

Monday, September 7, 2015

Several new articles at the 'Vic and Sade in Print Media' site

Scroll down past the top index and you will find 8 or 9 new articles at 'Vic and Sade in Print Media' site.

And Jack Chalbeck as Rush...

It seems every time I find a boatload of new articles, I find another person who played Rush at some point or the other.  That's fine, but sometimes (such as this case) we are only told, 'Hey this guy played Rush when Rush wasn't there'.  Oh, now when would that be?  When he left the series (uh, no one played Rush after he left the series, did they?  Maybe they are talking about Series 3... let's not go there).

This article mentions Jack Chalbeck.  It's very possible (maybe even likely) that Chalbeck played one of Rush's friends during the Dottie Brainfeeble era.

But who knows?

Bill Idelson, animator

Here's our pal, Bill Idelson in the video below, from some kind of "behind the scenes" show (it seems) for "Gateway to the Mind".

A newspaper article says he animated this show. Hey, it really does say that.

"New" photo of Paul Rhymer

Until now, I had never seen this photo:

Where Russell Miller got his name

I love it when a mystery is solved.

Just found a new hoard of articles (woohoo) and one provides a giant clue where the name "Russell Miller" comes from.

One rotten little trivial laborer

It's Labor Day, and we celebrate by giving you a complete script where Russell is forced to do all the labor himself - putting up the porch swing.

See 44-05-03 Russell Has Three Bosses.

Saturday, September 5, 2015

Crisco's Radio Newspaper

The Gook Twilight Zone and trivia column (Part Two)

  • What happened to Mr. and Mis' Donahue's young daughter, Florence?  There was always something weird about that house...
  • Who sells sauerkraut?  If you said Mis' Harris, then you win.
  • Who signs their name with blood?  This guy.
  • So far, we've found people with the following first names:
    Dirty (there were two of those), (and two of) Smelly, Rotten, Messy, Cupid, Stupid, Cracky, Spider, Bulldog, Collarbone, Peanut Brittle, Oyster, Olive, Muddy, Nicer, Pom Pom, Funny, Hunky, Wee, (two people with the name of) Four-Fisted, (four fellas named) Fat, (sixteen different people named) Ed, Bluetooth, Chalmers, Boo Boo, Cincinnati, Strap, Steemer, Rishigan, Rain Brain, Rooster, Flub...
  • And these last names:
    Blobbers, Gullbizer, Shoes, Dejectedly, Dirtshirt, Slime, Twentysixler, Eggsock, Geekrock, Unbleet, Razorscum, Chestbutter, Gutstop, Kneesuffer, Droop, Rapp, Stoot, Snoot, Fungal, Gasp, Sly, Fly, Spank, Spittle, Wermie, Spatt, Wopp, Hogsflat, Feedstroop, Claysnort, Stembottom, Gackwench, Kidneyslide, Kidneyscorch, Bucksaddle, Golfbake, Feedsmirk, Shootstraight, Flubber, Fishigan, Sickbrain, Gumpox, Eggspreader, Barbachoke, Chlorine, Eggers, Frostscum, Hammersweet, Kildigger, Angelharness, Dripfeeder, Ears, Filpot, Sludge, Bellyman, Coonbreef...
  • Remember when Sade charged a guy fifteen cents a month to park his bike in their shed?  That's about $2.75 in current day finances.  Was that even worth worrying about?  Sade needs to get a grip and chill.
  • Of all the movie stars we know of in the series, only one didn't have matching initials: Buck Peggles.
  • Plus, all this other weird stuff.  

Rishigan Fishigan trips us up in the Matrix

When a script is re-used and a different person is the focus than the original script, then things start to get weird; this script is a fine example of this and I truly do NOT like to think or talk about such things.  Doing so makes me know the show isn't real and that makes me sad.

Still, we are blessed with a complete script: 44-05-05 Rish Fish's Short Career

The special relationship

There have been many articles written about Vic and Sade (and I'm proud to say that most of them have been written by the people who have contributed directly to my Vic and Sade websites).  However, I was thinking the other day, there so desperately needs to be an overview about the relationship between Vic and Rush.  It is a tender bond that yearns to be explored.

I'd love to do it and in time, if no one takes on the job, I might try and write such an article.  But you've already clearly seen that I am NO WRITER. Worse, I have no kids and I'm not sure I could fully grasp that special connection.

If someone (or many) would like to write such an article, you don't need my permission.  Just jump on that bandwagon.  But do us all a favor and please share it with me; I'd like to share it with others on my website.  It would not have to be a huge article or a giant project.

Please note that if someone would like to take on such a project, I would be happy to help in any way I could, especially by providing whatever information one would need.  I am quite adept at finding things around here.

Think about it. 

Friday, September 4, 2015

It's raining Christmas episodes

All these Christmas episodes make me nostalgic... I have expanded the episode 37-12-03 Rush Needs Money For Christmas Shopping and here's hoping you enjoyed it as much as I did putting it up for you.  Oh, there's expanded script details and other goodies.

Fun for your Friday

A brand new episode, along with script awaits you.  No, there's no audio - you'll have to use your imagination.  Still, a very fun script it is.  Click here to view 37-04-28 Reverend Kidneyslide - A Slick Talker.

Few people have ever seen this script until now.  I consider these scripts to be treasures.


Thursday, September 3, 2015

And a Joyeux Noel to you

I've added a much larger script synopsis to 36-12-17 Sade Goes Christmas Shopping (Joyeux Noel).

TRAIN! Run, YY, run!

Did you know that we are certain that YY Flirch was hit by at least 3 fast passenger trains.  We know this from scripts and existing audio episodes. That is, roughly 20% of the episodes.

Is it possible that Flirch was hit an additional 10 to 12+ times?  It is very possible.

Bill Idelson remarked in an audio interview that Flirch was "always getting hit with fast passenger trains."

This is one of the many plots/subplots that permeate the show, like Sade's muddled money or Vic trying to sneak in a cowboy hat or letters from Bess, etc.  It just so happens that Flirch getting hit by trains is only a small part of the episodes we have.

You ever wonder what kind of jobs Hank Gutstop got along the way that we don't know about?  Zookeeper, anyone?

Another thing: we already knew from scripts and script pieces that Mis' Donahue had a SMALL/YOUNG daughter in the 1930's.  I was reminded of this because she was mentioned in the script I uploaded earlier today.  Where did she go?

If you can think of other questions without an answer, pleease leave a comment or drop me a line.

Sade: against guns but pro-killjoy

We now have a full script for 44-07-21 Sade and the Revolver. I've spent several hours digitally removing more pencil marks than a rabbit and improving it as much as I can (hey, I am not a professional).

This might be the best script we have so far in the Russell-era. I'm pretty sure you will enjoy it as much as I did.

Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Little Euncie goes into shock!

All because she didn't have 15 fingers.  And you think I'm kidding...

Check out the full script and a brand new re-working of 44-05-18 Euncie's Piano Accident.

And please try and appreciate this script, as I spent more than 5 hours digitally cleaning it up.

Tuesday, September 1, 2015

And so, it begins

Hey everybody!  I start anew today and I am very excited about getting back to work.

I start off by adding a bit of a script and changing a synopsis I had already posted for 38-11-28 Mr. Erickson, Sneaky Collector (although it was not called that prior to today - there is also a date change too, so the new information is just slightly different from the old).
Some days there will just be one update and other days there will be several.  Hang on to your wide-brimmed hats.  :)
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