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Episode 212: "A Piece of Work" (Abridged)

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Several months after Team Arden leaves Elsinore, acclaimed journalist Rowan Dabrowski examines their reporting for flaws. Also: A duck hunt!

NOTE: Due to music rights issues, this episode is being released in abridged form until we finish re-upping those rights and it can be heard as properly intended. You can find the full episode transcript at ardenpodcast.com/transcripts

CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains gunshots, adult language, adult situations, tense family situations, discussions of gore, discussions of medical abuse, violence, death, transphobia, homophobia, misogyny, mental illness, hunting, discussions of grief, and the mourning process.

Written by Christopher Dole

Directed by Christopher Dole

Recording Engineer: Ernesto Hurtado

Editor: Christopher Dole

Sound Designer: Christopher Dole

Composer: Christopher Hatfield

Starring:

Michelle Agresti as Bea Casely

Tracey Sayed as Brenda Bentley

Shannon Estabrook as Rosalind Ursula

Charlita Gaston as Pamela Pink

Benjamin Watts as Andy Wheyface

Mia Drake as Lorena Christopher

Libby Woodbridge as Dana Hamill

Saoirse Ó Súilleabháin as Olivia Breckenridge

Guest starring:

Ptolemy Slocum as Rowan Dabrowski and Angry French Chef

Rebecca Metz as Trudy Hamill

Julia Selden as Willow Dabrowski

Lindsay Seim as Jill Clay and Server

Grant Patrizio as Nashville Osric

Nelinda Palomino as Alexandria “Red” Dutton and Mother

Jennifer Liao as Teresa Hollandaise, Robot Voice, and Older Woman

Katie Wright as Helen Fairfield and Fortinbras Exec

Caleb Del Rio as Brad

Robert Fleet as Older Man

John Rael as Guard

Christopher Dole as Doctor

Briggon Snow as Mr. Murder Man

Mischa Stanton as Mr. Mr. Murder Man

This episode features the song "Back to Dust," written by Laura Stratford and performed by Libby Woodbridge. You can find it on our soundtrack album.

Arden was created and executive produced by Emily St. James, Christopher Dole, and Sara Ghaleb.

Our co-executive producers are Chad Ellis, Libby Hill, and Ernesto Hurtado.

Our logo was designed by Dylan Farr.

Our social media manager is Eliza Wheeler.

Episode transcript at ardenpodcast.com.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Several months after Team Arden leaves Elsinore, acclaimed journalist Rowan Dabrowski examines their reporting for flaws. Also: A duck hunt!

NOTE: Due to music rights issues, this episode is being released in abridged form until we finish re-upping those rights and it can be heard as properly intended. You can find the full episode transcript at ardenpodcast.com/transcripts

CONTENT WARNING: This episode contains gunshots, adult language, adult situations, tense family situations, discussions of gore, discussions of medical abuse, violence, death, transphobia, homophobia, misogyny, mental illness, hunting, discussions of grief, and the mourning process.

Written by Christopher Dole

Directed by Christopher Dole

Recording Engineer: Ernesto Hurtado

Editor: Christopher Dole

Sound Designer: Christopher Dole

Composer: Christopher Hatfield

Starring:

Michelle Agresti as Bea Casely

Tracey Sayed as Brenda Bentley

Shannon Estabrook as Rosalind Ursula

Charlita Gaston as Pamela Pink

Benjamin Watts as Andy Wheyface

Mia Drake as Lorena Christopher

Libby Woodbridge as Dana Hamill

Saoirse Ó Súilleabháin as Olivia Breckenridge

Guest starring:

Ptolemy Slocum as Rowan Dabrowski and Angry French Chef

Rebecca Metz as Trudy Hamill

Julia Selden as Willow Dabrowski

Lindsay Seim as Jill Clay and Server

Grant Patrizio as Nashville Osric

Nelinda Palomino as Alexandria “Red” Dutton and Mother

Jennifer Liao as Teresa Hollandaise, Robot Voice, and Older Woman

Katie Wright as Helen Fairfield and Fortinbras Exec

Caleb Del Rio as Brad

Robert Fleet as Older Man

John Rael as Guard

Christopher Dole as Doctor

Briggon Snow as Mr. Murder Man

Mischa Stanton as Mr. Mr. Murder Man

This episode features the song "Back to Dust," written by Laura Stratford and performed by Libby Woodbridge. You can find it on our soundtrack album.

Arden was created and executive produced by Emily St. James, Christopher Dole, and Sara Ghaleb.

Our co-executive producers are Chad Ellis, Libby Hill, and Ernesto Hurtado.

Our logo was designed by Dylan Farr.

Our social media manager is Eliza Wheeler.

Episode transcript at ardenpodcast.com.

Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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