In the year 528 AD, the little walled town of Blueburrie is a happy place, filled with happy residents who enjoy the protection of the wall that surrounds it and The Queen Mary who rules over them.

While The Queen Mary has well intentions, she is somewhat arrogant as many rulers can be, while suffering from a debilitating paranoia that often lands some of her subjects in trouble.

Among the inhabitants is Ray, a tap dancer who just wants to please people with his skills, and his friend Flounder, who is always on hand to help him through a sticky situation.

But when Ray has the temerity to fail to practice enough for The Queen Mary’s ball and his performance at the Town Hall doesn’t go as well as planned, he and Flounder are flung into the dungeons, where they are to be left to rot for 240 months.

Deciding that the town dungeons aren’t the place they want to spend the next two decades, the friends hatch a plan to escape their confines and find a new place to live their lives. But without his tap shoes to make a living and not much wit between them, Ray and Flounder will have to rely on a new set of friends and allies who are all looking for something different.

Can they find a way out of the castle prison? And if they do what is waiting for them in the wider world beyond Blueburrie?


Harry's Dad Take His Family To The Waterpark

Harry's Dad is all excited for the upcoming weekend to go fishing with his high school friends. He soon realizes that plans have changed and he is reminded that he is going to spend time with his family at the Melting Glacier Waterpark and Resort. Follow Harry's dad through a series of comical events that any dad has experienced taking his family to a waterpark.


But What If Harry

It’s 1980 and 12-year-old Harry lives in the small and tranquil Midwest community of Indiantown. While it isn’t the most exciting place in the world, it is all he’s ever known and the center of his universe.

Things change one morning, when Harry wakes up and is excited at the prospect of the new Hardees fast food restaurant opening later that day. He pesters his parents to allow him to go and that first visit precipitates a lifelong love affair with unhealthy food choices, eventually resulting in an early death.

Sound terrible? It was, but unbeknown to Harry, high above him in the clouds two angels are playing chess and discussing who they have been assigned to guard.

Harry’s disappointing life story compels his angel, Michael, to bend the rules of intervention ever so slightly, in a bid to change his course and give him a life that is filled with meaning and better choices.

But how many times must a Guardian Angel intervene in a young boy’s life to steer him onto the right path. Michael may lose count before the end but he’s determined to keep trying.

But What If Harry takes a light-hearted look at what life was like for a young boy growing up in the 1980s and is packed with nostalgia that many will enjoy revisiting.



Grunk and Sali

When Grunk encounters Sali for the first time, during the Jurassic period, he doesn’t believe that he has ever met anyone as beautiful in his life, and before long they are inseparable. But life is hard when you share a planet with hungry dinosaurs and the two young lovers soon meet a gruesome and untimely death.

Luckily for Grunk and Sali, there is the small matter of reincarnation to help push them together again, and as the world passes through many of the great ages of time they find themselves reconnecting over and over again.

Whether it’s on the Great Wall of China, being present at the birth of Christ, or landing on the moon's surface, Grunk and Sali will find love in each other’s arms once more, during some of history’s most momentous events and in some of the most iconic locations.

But can they survive them? Or are they destined to have their lives snuffed out each time, just as they are on the cusp of happiness?