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Die Hochzeit (Folly and Gretel's Wedding)

Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2015 4:24 pm
by GranitasIsCute
A New Year Treat from the Knightmare Audio Series! Our latest comedy skit 'Die Hochzeit' is now available.

Folly and Gretel's wedding day has finally arrived. The ceremony seems to have gone off without any problems, but now it's time for the speeches and it seems a certainty that more than one can of worms is about to be opened.

You can download it from http://knightmareaudioseries.webs.com/skits.htm. Please do enjoy and feel free to leave your comments. :)

Happy New Year!

Re: Die Hochzeit (Folly and Gretel's Wedding)

Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2015 1:42 am
by shadow6162
I KNEW Hansel would mention about punching Folly in the face! ;D

Re: Die Hochzeit (Folly and Gretel's Wedding)

Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2015 3:01 am
by Canadanne
4:07, PLOT TWIST! Ahahaha, hilarious! ;D

Re: Die Hochzeit (Folly and Gretel's Wedding)

Posted: Sat Jan 03, 2015 6:20 pm
by pjmlfc05
Excellent stuff guys!

Re: Die Hochzeit (Folly and Gretel's Wedding)

Posted: Thu Jan 22, 2015 10:55 pm
by deviantgent
Canadanne wrote:4:07, PLOT TWIST! Ahahaha, hilarious! ;D
This was my first stab in method acting, in that I was completely out of my head on delicious Captain Morgans whilst recording. True story.

Re: Die Hochzeit (Folly and Gretel's Wedding)

Posted: Fri Sep 16, 2016 10:19 am
by TheOldenDays
We've had a lot of fun making the series over the past 6 years, but what do I really think of it? Find out now in Jake's Throwback Reviews!

Skit: Die Hochzeit
Original Release Date: 2nd January 2015
Throwback Review Date: 16th September 2016
Score: 4 out of 5 (very good)

Inspiration: Having established in the previous skit that Folly and Gretel's wedding was one year away from actually taking place, here we are at the reception one year later. (When translated into English, the title of this skit becomes 'The Wedding', of course.) We discover that Merlin's wish from the main series (that he and Treguard would be invited to the wedding) has come true, and that they are not the only ones who have made the effort to come over to Hamburg for the Big Day.

Comments: It's pleasingly quirky and amusing all the way through, but the undisputed highlight is the hilarious performance of Andy Marshall as a drunken, embittered Tim Child.