In episode 2 of Jollyland, we explore topics, such as —loneliness, courage, and self-improvement.
All the while, Han’s masterplan is in full-effect and Krampus is hanging onto his every word as they travel to The Devil’s Den.
The Bakers learn more about Jollyland and have to cancel picking up Melody and Sebastian from school because La Befana warns that there are 2 monsters taking away bad kids — not only one.
It’s the end of the school day and Gracie asks Melody to finally show her that magic trick she was bragging about all day. Will Melody’s magic wand do the trick?
Stacie Blair and Darlene call Cindy and tells her that she left one of her “scratch-off’s” in Stacie’s purse. Also, Stacie begin’s to wonder about Veronica’s whereabouts.
Mr. Rogers is back and Principal Carter warns him not to drop the kids over anywhere The Pine.
We introduce new characters, re-introduce old ones, and infuse our best soundtrack score yet.
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Written by Marc Shawn Serrano, Marie Harris Katz and The Vocalizers.
Directed, Produced and Edited by Marc Shawn Serrano and Marie Harris Katz.
Listen and read with the script here: Holly Jolly Lonely.
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Krampus - Michael Ray Hatfield
Hans - Christopher Teegardin
Gracie Swan - Kathryn Foxx
Marky Serrano - Christopher Pannowitz
Henry Baker - Marc Shawn Serrano
Emily Baker - Marie Harris Katz
La Befana - Ann Craft
Principal Carter - Lucia Ramos
Mr Rogers - Brandon Timbuktu Williams
Amanda Sinclair - Lilly Ann Rose
Sophia Sinclair - Coleen AP
Melody Baker - Danielle Graham
Sebastian Baker - Isaiah Katz
Coach Bear - Ian Katz
Stacie Blair - Courtney Daisey
Darlene Parker - Emylee Katz
Katy Barrymore - Chels Waddell
Benjamin Sutton - Ronit Roy
Title Music - Holly Jolly Lonely by 5 Alarm
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This is a fictional story, inspired by the legend of Krampus and Hans Trapp.