In milquetoast, non-threatening daily 22 minute doses, Todd the Trolley and his colorful companions sing catchy songs about beans and chowder, help others overcome difficult obstacles, share valuable life-lessons and generally make the world a better place to live for everyone.
Just like millions and millions of other children around the world, Little Kevin is obsessed with Todd the Trolley and the seemingly never-ending slew of officially licensed and wildly overpriced Todd the Trolley merchandise. The first six years of Little Kevin’s life have been quite blissful, largely due to his bond with Todd the Trolley and all of his Todd the Trolley paraphernalia.
Unfortunately, the past two months of Little Kevin’s Daddy’s life have not been blissful. The stress and humiliation of unemployment, a broken marriage, bankruptcy, alcohol abuse and impotence have fully immersed him in a cesspool of rancid agony and turbulent torment. These factors have made the chemicals in Little Kevin’s Daddy’s brain become stinky, sour and stale. Little Kevin’s Daddy’s brain is broken.
Can Todd the Trolley fix Little Kevin’s Daddy?
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Erock began work as a Stage Manager with the Denver Center Theatre Company since before EA Sports came out with the first Madden football video game and began encouraging folks to “Get in the game!” As a proud member of Actors’ Equity Association, he must take a ten minute break every hour and twenty minutes or else he will file a grievance.
When he’s not fighting “The Man,” Erock writes fiction short stories, plays, screenplays and teleplays. Recently published are “Little Old Dog Sanctuary : Happily Ever After” and “Old Dog 101 – Tips & Tricks for Senior Dog Care” that he co-wrote with his wife and most excellent soul-mate, the lovely and talented Hope Morgan. Erock pens these books under his “non-fiction” name, Erik Jauch. Don’t ask him now to pronounce it. He’ll just throw an ashtray at your head.
Erock enjoys watching the Denver Broncos, playing Fantasy Football, and roasting organic, shade-grown fair trade coffee. Yes, he is a coffee snob. Every now and again, Erock considers the realistic merits of quitting his job, jumping in the RV and heading to the Superstition Mountains to find the Lost Dutchman Gold Mine. But he quickly loses interest and stays right where he’s at; the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Although none of Erock’s hobbies help in preparing him for the impending zombie apocalypse, he’s not losing any sleep over it. He has plenty of other things to lose sleep over. Like eye worms, Bigfoot, and hipsters with man bun topknot hairstyles.