Door to Door Episode 5: The Edpocalypse

Door to Door Episode 5: The Edpocalypse. With the future of A.Y.D.S.E. hanging in the balance, Ed Phuket stands in as acting accountant. Will the math skills of his Asian forefathers be enough to help him save the company? ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. Cast: Pat Dortch as Klaus Schlegle Justin Xavier Smith as Bryan Cooper Rachel Woodhouse as […]

Door to Door Episode 5: The Edpocalypse.

With the future of A.Y.D.S.E. hanging in the balance, Ed Phuket stands in as acting accountant. Will the math skills of his Asian forefathers be enough to help him save the company?

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Cast:

  • Pat Dortch as Klaus Schlegle
  • Justin Xavier Smith as Bryan Cooper
  • Rachel Woodhouse as Cynthia Patterson
  • Paul Freeman as Ed Phuket
  • Ana Shaw as Mildred Mortimer
  • Lacy Camp as Brenda

Crew:

  • Written by- Rachel Woodhouse and Justin Xavier Smith
  • Directed by- Joe Chiazza
  • Edited by- Rachel Woodhouse
  • Executive Producers- Rachel Woodhouse and Justin Xavier Smith
  • Producers- Debby Woodhouse and Stuart Woodhouse
  • Associate Producers- Virginia B. Smith and Peter Conway
  • Director of Photography- Joe Chiazza
  • Sound Operator 1- Brian Lucas
  • Sound Operator 2- Michael Azazi
  • Theme Song and Theme Animation- Rachel Woodhouse
  • Theme Song Vocals- Johanna Jowett and Bryan Pierce
  • Art Director- Rachel Woodhouse
  • Colored by- Joe Chiazza

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3 Responses to “Door to Door Episode 5: The Edpocalypse”

  1. lisleman March 13, 2014 at 11:04 pm #

    Wait wait don’t tell me (yeah I listen to NPR often) Mildred is going to pivot the company. Don’t know if pivot is still the big buzz word it was just a few years ago.
    Good luck.

    • Door to Door March 18, 2014 at 9:55 am #

      Good guess, buuuttttt… I guess you’ll have to keep watching to find out! 😉

  2. Kaitlyn April 22, 2014 at 11:06 pm #

    Oh my gosh this is like my worst nightmare!!! Taping shredded papers together would be insanely difficult. I’m not sure what I would do if I had to work with that guy…

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