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NEXT STOP

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Your friends are moving on. You're figuring out how to move forward. NEXT STOP is an audio sitcom about your mid-to-late 20s when everyone is changing around you—and you worry that you might not catch up. When longtime roommates Cam and Ally search for someone to replace their newly engaged former roommate, they stumble upon the iconoclast and ridiculous Samuel Clemens. Across its ten-episode first season, NEXT STOP follows these roommates’ trials through work, relationships, friendships and more.

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Happy Endings

Ally is in the final round of interviews for her dream job, but it would require her to leave the city. And she hasn’t told anyone about that possibility. Her fear triggers a spur-of-the-moment tour around the city for Samuel, full of flashbacks and esoteric sight-seeing. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Buy a full-length version of the theme song at http://nextstopshow.com/merch, and learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Justin McElroy (he/him/his) as David Boreanaz Emma Sherr-Ziarko (she/her/hers) as Interviewer Mélisa Brenier-Sanders (she/her/hers) as Gillian Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 minJUN 16
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Happy Endings

Cam vs. Work Expectations

Cam has gotten what he’s always wanted: Internet fame! Of course, that glow is short-lived as his short-tempered boss gives him way too much responsibility. Gillian is furious at him for using their lives as content, and Lydia won’t talk to him because he may or may not have been flirting with her while he was drunk the night before. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Trevor Anthony (he/him/his) as Harrison Mélisa Brenier-Sanders (she/her/hers) as Gillian Kathryn Milewski (she/her/hers) as Ashley Jordan Cobb (she/her/hers) as Deena Samantha Cooper (she/her/hers) as Service Person Brian David Gilbert (he/him/his) as Alarm Clock Kristen DiMercurio (she/her/hers) as Toothbrush Brian David Gilbert (he/him/his), Kristen DiMercurio (she/her/hers), and Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs (she/her/hers) as Shirts Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs (she/her/hers) as Ibuprofen Jordan Cobb (she/her/hers) as Subway Stranger #1 Zach Libresco (he/him/his) as Subway Stranger #2 Kristen DiMercurio (she/her/hers) as Subway Stranger #3 Kristen DiMercurio, Zach Libresco, Jessica Washington, Josh Rubino, Zach Valenti, and Jordan Cobb as Commuters Eric Silver (he/him/his) as Stranger on the Street Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 minJUN 9
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Cam vs. Work Expectations

My Road to El Dorado

Gillian and Ashley have sent out their wedding invitations and Cam didn’t get one. Instead of asking them if his invite got lost in the mail, he follows Ally into work and drinks. Luckily, it’s the Road to El Dorado bar crawl, so there are plenty of bros dressed up as cartoonish Spaniards to drink with. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Zach Valenti (he/him/his) & Zach Libresco (he/him/his) as Lead Bros Kristen DiMercurio, Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs, Josh Rubino, Brian David Gilbert, Eric Silver, Mike Schubert, Heddy Hunt, and Nara DeMuro as Additional Bros Jordan Cobb, Samantha Cooper, Jessica Washington, Josh Rubino, Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs, Kristen DiMercurio, Zach Libresco, and Zach Valenti as Commenters Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

29 minJUN 2
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My Road to El Dorado

The Gang Throws a Birthday

Samuel’s turning 30 and he doesn’t want to do anything about it. Ally cannot stand that, so she pushes Samuel to have the biggest and best birthday ever. Cam realizes that male friendships are weird so he doesn’t know what to get Samuel for his birthday, so he reaches out to his work-wife Lydia for advice. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Samantha Cooper (she/her/hers) as Service Person Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

32 minMAY 26
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The Gang Throws a Birthday

The Train Office

Samuel has finally pushed himself into following his dream of writing for a TV show… but that doesn’t mean he can’t procrastinate to an unholy degree. On his way to a coffee shop to write, he’s distracted by the magnetic and devious Nessie MacLean, the CEO of a startup that turns trains into co-working spaces. Cam and Ally have to save Samuel, but does really he need to be saved? Yes, yes he does. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Maya Rosewood (she/they) as Nessie McLean Jo Young (she/her/hers) as Sam’s Mom Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs (she/her/hers) as 311 Operator Jessica Washington (she/her/hers) as 911 Operator NJ Agwuna (she/her/hers) as Train Operator Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

31 minMAY 19
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The Train Office

The Boreanaz Paradox

Samuel’s mom is coming to visit and he’s a nervous wreck. Samuel tries to get his mom on the phone as she’s led through the city by famous actor David Boreanaz. Ally cannot control herself because she is a massive Boreanazite... and she happens to be waiting for a terrible package company to deliver a life-size pillow of his torso. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Jo Young (she/her/hers) as Sam’s Mom Kristen Dimercurio (she/her/hers) as Quikship Employee Zach Valenti (he/him/his) & Zach Libresco (he/him/his) as Tourists Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

34 minMAY 12
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The Boreanaz Paradox

Intro to Samuel 101

Cam and Ally are unsure about what Samuel does for work, which only seems more strange when Samuel pays for three months of rent at once. This leads to an involved heist as Ally distracts Samuel with a getting-to-know-you dinner at notorious Italian restaurant Joey Pepperoni’s Pasta Explosion while Cam calls in old-roommate-and-recently-never-there Gillian to break into Samuel’s computer. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Exe...

39 minMAY 5
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Intro to Samuel 101

Streaming and Screaming

Grumbling to himself on the train, Cam tears into the videos of streaming giant Bradisgoodatsoccer… and Bradisgoodatsoccer is there to hear him with open ears. Back at home, Samuel Clemens is adjusting to his life living with his new roommates, including respecting Ally’s nocturnal bartending sleep schedule. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Amir Royale (he/him/his) as Bradisgoodatsoccer/Isaac Samantha Cooper (she/her/hers) as Service Person Josh Rubino (he/him/his) as PCH Host Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 minAPR 28
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Streaming and Screaming

The Red Flag

Now that Cam and Ally have secured recent city transplant and sweet weirdo Samuel Clemens as their roommate, they can get back to doing what they do best: making fools of themselves. Ally flirts with a train conductor who makes overly familiar PA announcements, and Cam bonds with a woman on the train about how much they hate those overly familiar train PA announcements. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With NJ Agwuna (she/her/hers) as Mattie/The Subway Announcer Katherine Leidlein (she/they) as Lana Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

27 minAPR 21
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The Red Flag

The One With the Proposals

Roommates Cam Chabon and Ally Lonergan are surprised when their longtime friend and roommate Gillian proposes to her girlfriend Ashley at their newly opened subway station. When Gillian announces she’s moving out, Cam and Ally must find someone to replace her as soon as possible. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Mélisa Brenier-Sanders (she/her/hers) as Gillian Kathryn Milewski (she/her/hers) as Ashley Brandon Grugle (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #1 Mike Schubert (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #2 Eric Silver (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #3 Amanda McLoughlin (she/her/hers) as Roommate Candidate #4 Connor McLoughlin (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #5 Julia Schifini (she/her/hers) as Roommate Candidate #6 Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30 minAPR 14
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The One With the Proposals

Latest Episodes

Happy Endings

Ally is in the final round of interviews for her dream job, but it would require her to leave the city. And she hasn’t told anyone about that possibility. Her fear triggers a spur-of-the-moment tour around the city for Samuel, full of flashbacks and esoteric sight-seeing. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Buy a full-length version of the theme song at http://nextstopshow.com/merch, and learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Justin McElroy (he/him/his) as David Boreanaz Emma Sherr-Ziarko (she/her/hers) as Interviewer Mélisa Brenier-Sanders (she/her/hers) as Gillian Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 minJUN 16
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Happy Endings

Cam vs. Work Expectations

Cam has gotten what he’s always wanted: Internet fame! Of course, that glow is short-lived as his short-tempered boss gives him way too much responsibility. Gillian is furious at him for using their lives as content, and Lydia won’t talk to him because he may or may not have been flirting with her while he was drunk the night before. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Trevor Anthony (he/him/his) as Harrison Mélisa Brenier-Sanders (she/her/hers) as Gillian Kathryn Milewski (she/her/hers) as Ashley Jordan Cobb (she/her/hers) as Deena Samantha Cooper (she/her/hers) as Service Person Brian David Gilbert (he/him/his) as Alarm Clock Kristen DiMercurio (she/her/hers) as Toothbrush Brian David Gilbert (he/him/his), Kristen DiMercurio (she/her/hers), and Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs (she/her/hers) as Shirts Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs (she/her/hers) as Ibuprofen Jordan Cobb (she/her/hers) as Subway Stranger #1 Zach Libresco (he/him/his) as Subway Stranger #2 Kristen DiMercurio (she/her/hers) as Subway Stranger #3 Kristen DiMercurio, Zach Libresco, Jessica Washington, Josh Rubino, Zach Valenti, and Jordan Cobb as Commuters Eric Silver (he/him/his) as Stranger on the Street Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 minJUN 9
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Cam vs. Work Expectations

My Road to El Dorado

Gillian and Ashley have sent out their wedding invitations and Cam didn’t get one. Instead of asking them if his invite got lost in the mail, he follows Ally into work and drinks. Luckily, it’s the Road to El Dorado bar crawl, so there are plenty of bros dressed up as cartoonish Spaniards to drink with. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Zach Valenti (he/him/his) & Zach Libresco (he/him/his) as Lead Bros Kristen DiMercurio, Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs, Josh Rubino, Brian David Gilbert, Eric Silver, Mike Schubert, Heddy Hunt, and Nara DeMuro as Additional Bros Jordan Cobb, Samantha Cooper, Jessica Washington, Josh Rubino, Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs, Kristen DiMercurio, Zach Libresco, and Zach Valenti as Commenters Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

29 minJUN 2
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My Road to El Dorado

The Gang Throws a Birthday

Samuel’s turning 30 and he doesn’t want to do anything about it. Ally cannot stand that, so she pushes Samuel to have the biggest and best birthday ever. Cam realizes that male friendships are weird so he doesn’t know what to get Samuel for his birthday, so he reaches out to his work-wife Lydia for advice. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Anya Krawcheck (she/her/hers) as Lydia Samantha Cooper (she/her/hers) as Service Person Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

32 minMAY 26
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The Gang Throws a Birthday

The Train Office

Samuel has finally pushed himself into following his dream of writing for a TV show… but that doesn’t mean he can’t procrastinate to an unholy degree. On his way to a coffee shop to write, he’s distracted by the magnetic and devious Nessie MacLean, the CEO of a startup that turns trains into co-working spaces. Cam and Ally have to save Samuel, but does really he need to be saved? Yes, yes he does. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Maya Rosewood (she/they) as Nessie McLean Jo Young (she/her/hers) as Sam’s Mom Cecilia Lynn-Jacobs (she/her/hers) as 311 Operator Jessica Washington (she/her/hers) as 911 Operator NJ Agwuna (she/her/hers) as Train Operator Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

31 minMAY 19
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The Train Office

The Boreanaz Paradox

Samuel’s mom is coming to visit and he’s a nervous wreck. Samuel tries to get his mom on the phone as she’s led through the city by famous actor David Boreanaz. Ally cannot control herself because she is a massive Boreanazite... and she happens to be waiting for a terrible package company to deliver a life-size pillow of his torso. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Jo Young (she/her/hers) as Sam’s Mom Kristen Dimercurio (she/her/hers) as Quikship Employee Zach Valenti (he/him/his) & Zach Libresco (he/him/his) as Tourists Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

34 minMAY 12
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The Boreanaz Paradox

Intro to Samuel 101

Cam and Ally are unsure about what Samuel does for work, which only seems more strange when Samuel pays for three months of rent at once. This leads to an involved heist as Ally distracts Samuel with a getting-to-know-you dinner at notorious Italian restaurant Joey Pepperoni’s Pasta Explosion while Cam calls in old-roommate-and-recently-never-there Gillian to break into Samuel’s computer. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Exe...

39 minMAY 5
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Intro to Samuel 101

Streaming and Screaming

Grumbling to himself on the train, Cam tears into the videos of streaming giant Bradisgoodatsoccer… and Bradisgoodatsoccer is there to hear him with open ears. Back at home, Samuel Clemens is adjusting to his life living with his new roommates, including respecting Ally’s nocturnal bartending sleep schedule. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Amir Royale (he/him/his) as Bradisgoodatsoccer/Isaac Samantha Cooper (she/her/hers) as Service Person Josh Rubino (he/him/his) as PCH Host Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

36 minAPR 28
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Streaming and Screaming

The Red Flag

Now that Cam and Ally have secured recent city transplant and sweet weirdo Samuel Clemens as their roommate, they can get back to doing what they do best: making fools of themselves. Ally flirts with a train conductor who makes overly familiar PA announcements, and Cam bonds with a woman on the train about how much they hate those overly familiar train PA announcements. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With NJ Agwuna (she/her/hers) as Mattie/The Subway Announcer Katherine Leidlein (she/they) as Lana Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

27 minAPR 21
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The Red Flag

The One With the Proposals

Roommates Cam Chabon and Ally Lonergan are surprised when their longtime friend and roommate Gillian proposes to her girlfriend Ashley at their newly opened subway station. When Gillian announces she’s moving out, Cam and Ally must find someone to replace her as soon as possible. About NEXT STOP is a Multitude production written and created by Eric Silver. You can read more about the show, including our full cast list and episode transcripts, at http://nextstopshow.com. We’re on Twitter and Instagram @NextStopShow. Join our Patreon (http://patreon.com/nextstopshow) to gain access to behind-the-scenes content, additional scenes, bloopers, and the opportunity to have your name included in the credits of Episode 10. Learn more about Multitude at http://multitude.productions Credits Written and Created by Eric Silver Directed, Edited, and Sound Designed by Brandon Grugle Executive Produced by Amanda McLoughlin Assistant Directed, Casting, and Additional Editing by Julia Schifini Starring Yemie Sonuga (she/her/hers) as Ally Lonergan Nick Fondulis (he/his/him) as Cameron Chabon Ian Henry Walls (he/his/him) as Samuel Clemens With Mélisa Brenier-Sanders (she/her/hers) as Gillian Kathryn Milewski (she/her/hers) as Ashley Brandon Grugle (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #1 Mike Schubert (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #2 Eric Silver (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #3 Amanda McLoughlin (she/her/hers) as Roommate Candidate #4 Connor McLoughlin (he/him/his) as Roommate Candidate #5 Julia Schifini (she/her/hers) as Roommate Candidate #6 Production Music by Evan Cunningham Additional Scoring by Brandon Grugle Art by Allyson Wakeman Script Consulting by Octavia Bray Production Consulting by Lauren Shippen Engineered by Cara Ehlenfeldt This podcast was recorded under the SAG-AFTRA Collective Bargaining Agreement using a cash advance from Patreon. Read more about the production process, download our free resources for fiction podcasters, and find pronouns and bios for all cast and crew at http://nextstopshow.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

30 minAPR 14
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The One With the Proposals
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