With NYC full of zombie gang warfare, the Triplets go all the way to the top and seek the help of the Mayor of Brooklyn. In the process, they end up learning dark secrets about their parents’ past and potentially cause another Cold War with the Russians.
Wolf tries to get the gang to The Annual Beauty Pageant for Brooklyn Triplets but Terry is confronted by an unexpected visitor…his son…a vampire…Billy Corgan. Terry’s son vampire Billy Corgan.
God, I hate spiders! Don’t you? Well imagine if spiders could talk and were real assholes! After getting their feelings hurt, the triplets set out to reinvent themselves and find that high fashion comes at a high price.
Fed up with their wet blanket roommate Edward the Ghost, the triplets enlist the help of a witch to exorcise him. But Terry falls under a different spell. A love spell. He falls in love with that witch I just mentioned
Rent ain’t cheap. With Landlord Jo on their back, the triplets find themselves in a figurative “deal with the devil” after making a literal deal with the devil to scrounge up money. Surprise guest: The Devil.
After the mysterious death of their dead parents, three 18 year old identical triplets (Terry, Colin and Wolf) move to Brooklyn, NY to start a new life. At the advice of their landlord Jo, they wrangle together a housewarming party to cleanse the new apartment of bad juju.
A classic New York City tale of triumph, despair and transportation!
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A classic New York City tale of strangers, shaving, and swallowing punch!
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An improvised conversation with Colin O’Brien and Michael Wolf on the influential role of the paternal figure on youth.
An improvised conversation with Colin O’Brien and Michael Wolf on the most sensitive of matters.