This episode gets a little blue! Brobert courts the foot fetish community and Raven makes an erotic dick cake to capture the soul of a Godwalker! Also JP has a talk with Miles and Dr. Johnson has a psych review that goes very, very well and is normal and fine.
A lot of stuff happens in this session, but the only thing you people should care about involves killing someone with a goddamn cabbage. How does this happen? Why does it happen? How will it stop the coming apocalypse and save the entire world? Listen to find out!
The full moon is here and with it the cult's meeting! The Small Business Council prepares for their faithful meeting with the mayor's cult as well as deal with the fallout from the wildly successful debate the previous night. Also, I got JP's player to rap a song about Waiting for Godot at the end of the session and if you put music to it and send it to me, I'll put it on the podcast and also have you on for the next session of the Occult Significance of Denny's as a special guest player. I'm very serious about that.
Its time for the first mayoral debate! The cabal prepares to support Brobert in his quest to become the new mayor of Vegas and, in so doing, probably maybe stop the apocalypse? This is unclear. What is clear is that the mayor's cult is on to the Small Business Council and is more than capable than crushing them. Also, gamer's rights get brought up, Brobert becomes electable somehow, and we all become real big fans.
The Small Business Council finish their work at Homer Ford's offices and head home for some much deserved downtime, where they do some fun things like eat food, make friends, and grade papers. Then they conduct a very dangerous ritual and learn J.P.'s deepest, darkest secret, which changes everything. Will the cabal be able to weather this storm?
The cabal prepares to take on the mysterious tarot card cult the only way they know how: doing some inane shit that will somehow result in a favorable outcome! Brobert works to convince everyone he's not 80 years old, Raven meets with her old mentor, while Dr. Johnson, Chuck, and J.P. meet with an old friend. Then they try to pull a heist, and it goes about exactly as well as planned.
The Small Business Council is back! It's been one year since the events of Super Charge Me, and things have changed for the cabal. J.P. has been having a banner year, Brobert has been having a real normal one, Raven has become very focused on her business after the disappearance of her coven leader, Chuck has been deep in training both mental and physical, and Dr. Johnson is missing in action. But after a year of peace and relative relaxation, Vegas is in danger again and the only ones who can stop it is the Small Business Council, even if they have no real idea what's going on!
There's a war in the shadows, one fought for the very hearts and minds of America. The battle ground for this war? The Denny's of the world, which draw in occult and mystical knowledge and weirdos, for some unknown reason. What makes this so? Why are Denny's so magickally potent symbols for the occult undergrounds of America? What does sacred geometry, the Tree of Life, and chakras have to do with Denny's? The answers to these questions start here, in King City, California.
Four strangers are gathered in the local Denny's with one goal: make sure Hank Shankly has an enjoyable meal, without any disturbances or mishaps. As the one millionth customer at this particular Best Denny's Ever, Hank has inadvertently become the vox populi of the assembled restaurant patrons, and his emotions are the emotions of the restaurant. Unfortunately, what should be a relatively easy job is made harder by a mysterious force led by an angry Australian woman, who wants to ruin Hank's meal. It's time to learn more about Denny's history than anyone ever really wanted to know!