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  • Narrated by Tracy Hall
  • "De-evolving" - (Theme from HG World) by Jonathan Coulton
  • Hidden Harbor Mysteries intro by Bryan Lincoln and Dave Robison
  • Music by Kevin MacLeod

HG World presents the story of "The Googies" told from the perspective of Ken "Herbie" Peters, a man who has put those long, dark days behind him but is now facing the end of life 35 years later. Part 1 takes us back to that world in the fall before Season 1.  What is "The Popcorn Express"?  Who are the Googies and why do they work through The Happy Valley Militia?  How do Group Captain McInnes, General Ying, Major Grant and Dr. Shiva Vesta figure into these events? *Editor's Note: The Events narrated by Ken Peters in this series fall between the end of Season Zero and the beginning of Season One.  The framing storyline takes place many years after the eater uprising.  (Don't worry, Ken explains it better than me.) Googies Part 1 stars James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark and Lenny the Dispatcher and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo.  Also featuring Ron Runeborg as Scott, Ginny Swann as Woman in Truck, Carole Stokes as the Site Dispatcher, Curt Arndt as Crewperson 2, Bernadette Groves as Crewperson 1 and The Nurse, Mandy Burbank as Mrs. Peters, Eric Avedissian as Frantz and Cromp, Scott Pigg as the Emcee, with Ginny Swann performing as India Argento. (Note: This episode is a re-release.  It was originally previewed in the fall of 2011. This remastered version contains a new prologue and corrected scenes.) The episode was written and directed by Jay Smith.  Show running and production by Ayoub Khote, Line and Vocal Direction by Laura Nicole, Editing by Bryan Lincoln and Scott Pigg, Sound FX and Foley engineering by Scott Pigg, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Michael L Stokes, Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring music by Michael L Stokes, Kevin MacLeod and Jonathan Coulton, both courtesy of the Creative Commons License.  Musical Arrangement for "Pull the String" by Ed Creamer with permission from Jonathan Coulton. HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios, with content used with permission under the Creative Commons License.  For more information on this production, visit us online at www.goodmorningsurvivors or join our Facebook page, follow Todd Rage on Twitter @HG_World. Chapter 2 will air on February 25, 2012.

Googies Chapter 2 stars James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo.  Also featuring Eric Avedissian as Frantz and Cromp, (etc.) Stacy Dooks as Brother Loving, Steve Cox as Guard, Peter Cavell as the Priest. Ken Peters takes an offer he cannot refuse and teams with the mysterious, sexy but potentially psychotic partner Jo to deliver secret through hostile zombie territory to a facility in exchange for badly needed supplies.  But Jo is unstable and the job sounds too good to be true.  Is it?   Learn more about Jo from HG World and how she came to be part of the Brotherhood and the Happy Valley Militia. ** This episode takes place during the gap between Season Zero and Season One of HG World ** The episode was written and directed by Jay Smith.  Show running and production by Ayoub Khote, Line and Vocal Direction by Laura Nicole and Bryan Lincoln, Editing by Bryan Lincoln and Scott Pigg, Sound FX and Foley engineering by Scott Pigg, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Michael L Stokes, Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring music by Michael L Stokes, Kevin MacLeod and Jonathan Coulton, both courtesy of the Creative Commons License.  HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios, with content used with permission under the Creative Commons License.  For more information on this production, visit us online at www.goodmorningsurvivors or join our Facebook page, follow Todd Rage on Twitter @HG_World.

Googies Chapter 3 stars James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring B Busby as Mifflin, Peter Cavell as the Priest, Stacy Dooks as Brother Loving, and Alex Gilmour as Brother Sloth. The episode was written and directed by Jay Smith.  Show running and Voice Direction by Bryan Lincoln, Editing by Bryan Lincoln and Scott Pigg, Sound FX and Foley engineering by Scott Pigg, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Michael L Stokes, Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring original music by Michael L Stokes with incidental music by Kevin MacLeod and Jonathan Coulton used courtesy of the Creative Commons License.  HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios, with content used with permission under the Creative Commons License.  For more information on this production, visit us online at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com

 

Ken Peters finds himself drawn deeper into The Brotherhood and its weird ways that are somehow linked to the living dead.  What will he find in the Chamber of Heirs and what's happened to the children?

Googies Chapter 4 starred James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring B Busby as Mifflin, Peter Cavell as the Priest, Stacy Dooks as Brother Loving, and Alex Gilmour as Brother Sloth.

The episode was written and directed by Jay Smith. Show running and Voice Direction by Bryan Lincoln, Editing by Bryan Lincoln and Scott Pigg, Sound FX and Foley engineering by Scott Pigg, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Michael L Stokes, Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring original music by Michael L Stokes with incidental music by Kevin MacLeod and Jonathan Coulton used courtesy of the Creative Commons License. HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios, with content used with permission under the Creative Commons License. For more information on this production, visit us online at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com

Make sure to check out BALTICON this Memorial Day weekend, featuring several HG World actors and crew!

With the selection of a new Shepherd, the Brotherhood of the United Flesh is at a crossroads.  Ken Peters' watches as the Makwe Camp falls into chaos with the new Shepherd and a divided flock.  This event sends Ken and Jo on separate missions to save the innocent people who saw Makwe as a safe zone and who are now marooned in a hundred square miles of wilderness on the edge of a long winter. Starring James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring Ray Saltrelli as B, Eric Avedissian as Brother Archer, Larry Bailey as Brother Morrison, Doc Coleman as Brother Readick, Peter Cavell as Montcastle, John Lincoln as Gourmond II, B.Busby as Mifflin, Ayoub Khote as McInnes and Michael L Stokes as Grant. The episode was written and directed by Jay Smith. Show running, Voice Direction, and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Sound Design and FX by Michael L. Stokes, Engineered, Mixed and Mastered by Michael L Stokes, Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring music by Kevin MacLeod, Josh Woodward and Jonathan Coulton used courtesy of the Creative Commons License. Themes and soundtrack composed and performed by Michael L. Stokes. HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios, with content used with permission under the Creative Commons License. For more information on this production, visit us online at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com

 

Stumbling upon a group of United Nations troops (including McInnes, Grant, Sarge, General Ying and Dr. Shiva Vesta) guarding a shelter full civilians, Ken has to figure out how to escape a burning camp filled with eaters and get everyone to safety while forming a plan to stop the GOO:GIEs from unleashing their plan against what's left of humanity.

This episode takes place between Season Zero and the start of Season One of HG World.

HG World presents “The Googies” Chapter Six starred James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark, and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. It featured Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael L Stokes as Grant, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, Ron Runeborg as Ying and Laura Nicole as Shiva Vesta. With Ray Saltrelli as “B” and John Lincoln as Murph. The Episode was written by Jay Smith. Line direction and editing by Bryan Lincoln. Engineering, effects and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Production Support by Ginny Swann and M Sieiro Garcia. With musical direction by Jay Smith and Michael L Stokes.

 

In the future, a sick Ken Peters faces his mortality and tries to recount his battle with “The Googies” before his time runs out.

Back in time and overloaded with refugees of General Ying’s recruiting “farm” for the Happy Valley Militia, a younger Ken fights alongside McInnes, Grant, Dr. Vesta, Jo and Sarge against hostile eaters to reach a secure place to camp – an abandoned strip club just off their main route. But is any place truly safe? Is any man, woman…or child?

Starring James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark, Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael L Stokes as Grant, Laura Nicole as Dr. Vesta, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, Ron Runeborg as Ying. With Steve Cox as The Doctor, Ray Saltrelli as “B”, Larry Bailey as West, and Renee Chambliss as Becky.

The episode was written and directed by Jay Smith. Line Direction and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Sound FX, Sound Design, Mixing and Mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring original music by Michael L Stokes, Kevin MacLeod and Admiral Bob, used courtesy of the Creative Commons License.

 

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“Devastation and Revenge” - Kevin MacLeod

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“Sunrise” - Admiral Bob

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“Where Do We Go?” - Admiral Bob

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“Bittersweet Moments” - Michael L Stokes

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An uneasy night passes inside the shelter.  McInnes is ill, the children are in a panic and Major Grant is pushed to his breaking point.  Will the survive the night and successfully transport the surviving children to Slim Shimmer's Amusement Park?

Starring James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark, and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael L Stokes as Grant, Laura Nicole as Dr. Vesta, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, Ron Runeborg as Ying. Featuring Orenthal Hawkins  as Dr. Van Hawkins and Jule Hoverson as Balamani Sarasvatsi. With Renee Chambliss as Becky, Larry Bailey as West.  Additional Voices by Bryan Lincoln and Veronica Giguere.

The episode was written by Jay Smith. Show running and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Production assistance by DT Kelly and Ginny Swann.  Sound FX, Sound Design, mixing and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring original music by Michael L Stokes, Kevin MacLeod and Admiral Bob, used courtesy of the Creative Commons License.

 

 

“Devastation and Revenge” - Kevin MacLeod

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Slim Shimmer's Family Fun Park looks like sanctuary but, as the survivors have learned, no place is safe.  Waiting for them inside the resort is something that transforms what we know about necroambulates and the depths of a conspiracy that links The Makwe Resort, the Brotherhood, and even HG World and Jill Woodbine. 

Starring James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark, and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael L Stokes as Grant, Laura Nicole as Dr. Vesta, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, Ron Runeborg as Ying. Featuring Orenthal Hawkins  as Dr. Van Hawkins, Jule Hoverson as Balamani Sarasvatsi, Dave Robison as The Editor,  With Chris Clendenning, Dan Kelly, Eric Avedissian, Adam Lincoln, and Kathy Bowler.

And Special Guest Jim Krut as Brother Savini.

The episode was written by Jay Smith. Show running and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Production assistance by DT Kelly and Ginny Swann.  Sound FX, Sound Design, mixing and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring original music by Kevin MacLeod, used courtesy of the Creative Commons License

The Battle of Slim Shimmer rages as Dr. Van Hawkins' master plan is revealed.  Will Mark's podcast reveal the truth about Ken Peters or will the editorial demands of "sweeps week" prevail?

Starring James Baxter as Ken and Bryan Lincoln as Mark. Featuring Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael L Stokes as Grant, Laura Nicole as Dr. Vesta, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, Ron Runeborg as Ying. Featuring Orenthal Hawkins as Dr. Van Hawkins, Jule Hoverson as Balamani Sarasvatsi  With Chris Clendenning and Kim Gianopoulos.

The episode was written by Jay Smith. Show running and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Production assistance by DT Kelly and Ginny Swann.  Sound FX, Sound Design, mixing and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes and Jay Smith featuring original music by Kevin MacLeod, used courtesy of the Creative Commons License

Ken and Barbara make their way toward the Makwe Testing Facilities alone, unaware they are being hunted.  What awaits them in the remote wilderness of upstate New York may represent the end of any hope to eradicate the undead plague.  Meanwhile Mark Shearer races to finish his story before the series is to go live to the world.  Will he tell the whole truth or just the truth the world is prepared to hear?  (Episode 11 of 13)

Episode 11 starred James Baxter as Ken and Bryan Lincoln as Mark. Featuring Jule Hoverson as Balamani "Barbara" Sarasvatsi, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, Dave Robison as the Editor, and Bruce Busby as Mifflin.

The episode was written by Jay Smith. Show Running and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Sound FX, Sound Design, mixing and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes featuring original music by Kevin MacLeod.

HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial, No-Derivatives 4.0 International License.  For more information visit us at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com.

The penultimate chapter sees Ken, Barbara, and Sarge following Mifflin to The Keep - a final stop before the Makwe Resort.  There they reunite with an old friend who proposes an end game to defeat the Brotherhood once and for all and escape a thousand acres of hostile wilderness. 

Episode 12 starred James Baxter as Ken Bryan Lincoln as Mark, and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring Jule Hoverson as Balamani Sarasvatsi, M Sieiro Garcia as Sarge, and Bruce Busby as Mifflin.  The episode was written by Jay Smith. Show running and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Sound FX, Sound Design, mixing and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes featuring original music by Kevin MacLeod.

HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial, No-Derivatives 4.0 International License.  For more information visit us at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com.

 

Trapped underground Ken Peters and Barbara race against time to rescue value data that may turn the tide in the zombie war.  In the present, Ken and Mark have a final conversation and Mark reveals his own surprising secret.  The end will tie together into HG World: The Final Season featuring Ken Peters, Jill Woodbine, and many more of the original cast back for the final battle between the living and the dead -- coming soon.

Episode 13 starred James Baxter as Ken, Bryan Lincoln as Mark, and Gwendolyn Jensen-Woodard as Jo. Featuring Jule Hoverson as Balamani Sarasvatsi, Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael L Stokes as Grant, Laura Nicole as Shiva Vesta, Eric Avedissian as Archer, and Mae Sally Rouge Pax as the Nurse.

The episode was written by Jay Smith. Show running and Editing by Bryan Lincoln. Sound FX, Sound Design, mixing and mastering by Michael L Stokes. Musical Direction by Michael L Stokes featuring original music by Kevin MacLeod.

HG World is a production of 3015 North Studios under the Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial, No-Derivatives 4.0 International License.  For more information visit us at www.goodmorningsurvivors.com.

 

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