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Welcome to Broken, Alaska! A group of improvisers in Seattle were playing with ideas one night and came up with this show. Each episode has a simple skeleton written, which gives the actors a basic outline of the story and an idea where it needs to go in the half hour we have. Then the actors are set loose, the dialog is made up as we record, and a few light sound effects are added afterward. 

Broken, Alaska is a town of 71 people, each of them a little weirder than the next. People born and raised in Broken have seen more than their share of strange things, and people who've moved up recently all seem to be looking for a second chance or a place to hide. Together, they form a fascinating and funny look at life in a small town. We hope you will enjoy visiting Broken! 

Nov 27, 2017

Traditions are the theme as the locals of Broken prepare a progressive dinner party – several people cook different parts of the meal and the Brokenites go from home to home for good food, fun, and friendship. What could go wrong?

Nov 24, 2017

Denise sees a dog run off The Queen of the Gulls, and tries to catch it. That night, mysterious things start happening, and the Brokenites remember spooky myths and legends they’ve heard. Could something evil be among them? 

Nov 22, 2017

The Brokenites are frustrated with Felcher's Grocery Store and some of the awful things Old Man Fletcher has done. But when they overhear a tourist from the cruise ship talking about opening a big box chain grocery store, they worry that Broken will lose all its charm. Will a UGA come to Broken?

Nov 20, 2017

"The Queen of The Gulls" cruise ship passengers get a tour of Broken, Alaska, and Brett Brickman sees an opportunity to push his hotel development. Can the Brokenites balance growth and that small-town feel? 

Nov 19, 2017

In this bonus clip, Mike and Kari introduce you to the characters and caricatures of Broken, Alaska! Like in any small town, the neighbors don't always agree, but have to find ways to live together anyway. In an era of tweet storms and trolls, it's nice to remember what civility looks like.