Fight! Fight! Fight!
The tables are set for the exciting conclusion to Seth Christ: Ballistic Reckoning.
Chris and Matt get back to writing. Sort of.
Chris and Matt take a well-deserved break from the writing process to talk about all the stuff they will buy with the money from selling their screenplay.
Death comes for us all, even Chris and Matt! Also, the characters in Seth Christ: Ballistic Reckoning.
Chris and Matt seem increasingly distracted from the process of writing their script. Heck, they didn’t even write this episode preview themselves! What a couple of jerks.
Chris and Matt realize that there script might end up being a hard R, despite their best efforts.
Chris and Matt remember Jane Dough is supposed to be a character in the script, and try and get to fixing that.
Now Harvey Dent is a character in Seth Christ: Ballistic Reckoning. Excited yet, Hollywood?
Can Chris and Matt include the Minions in their script? Try and stop them!
We shed a tear in a particularly emotional episode of the podcast. Because of stuff that’s happening in the script.
Jerry has to choose between his girlfriend and a funny voice he likes to do. Meanwhile, Kramer gets an intern, and George goes to war with Play Now.
Things get steamy for Seth Christ and Dasha Slayer, because Chris and Matt know what the people want.
Episode 6: Chris and Seth come up with more award-winning characters as the script for Seth Christ: Ballistic Reckoning really continues to take form.
Things are heating up in the world of Seth Christ, as the script continues to sizzle and crackle with quality.
Chris and Matt continue writing their soon-to-be blockbuster movie, introducing some characters that weren’t in the first chunk of the script and actually getting into the, you know, story of the movie.
Chris and Matt begin the process of actually writing the script for Seth Christ: Ballistic Reckoning
Chris and Matt, having come up with a title for their soon-to-be hit movie, decide that the next thing they should probably do is create some characters.
Chris and Matt begin writing their new blockbuster movie by starting with the most important thing: Coming up with a title.