Tony Folden


Tony has an unnatural adulation for 80s sitcoms. In those days, writers had to be inventive. It was a high-wire balancing act on the FCC tightrope. They had to create dialogue clean enough for the kids, but with just the right amount of innuendo for the adults. Tony strives to revive that style of humor, where they adults had to read between the lines and the kids were clueless. 

You are a multi-millionaire and your spouse has filed for divorce, threatening to take all of your wealth. While brooding about your soon-to-be penniless future, a homeless person gives you a book detailing how to fake your own death and keep your fortune, but what perils lie with this scenario?


Dialogue Architect