A black cat crossing your path is bad luck, that’s what the old superstition says. But what kind of luck does the black cat itself have? Join an unnamed, unwanted black cat as she struggles to survive in a strange and dangerous world and maybe – if a black cat can be lucky – maybe even find a home. Spies. witches, and a mysterious huge grim cat all stand in the way, until events finally come to a head at The Stroke of Midnight.
This episode is written by Brodie H. Brockie and stars Brockie as Bentley Brimblebanks and Justin Vidovic as Jameson Brimblebanks. The voice cast includes Heather Wing as Hayla and the photographer; Krinn Hess as Hadley; Amanda Burch as Hailey; Ryan N. Wilcox as Mr. Clamp, Broes, and Y.A.H.T.Z.E.E. henchmen, Patrick Johnson as The Clumsy Man, Bros, Y.A.H.T.Z.E.E. henchmen, and The Grim Cat; Grayson Wilcox as the Little Girl; Brodie H. Brockie as Professor Nine and additional voices, and Justin Vidovic as Hestia and additional voices.
This month’s musical Guest is Joey English with the song “Black Cat.”
This month’s commercial is Catblocker, written by Brodie H. Brockie and starring Patrick Johnson and Heather Wing.
Organizations doing good work for the sake of black cats include www.blackcatrescue.com (a no kill cat rescue organization in Boston, Massachusetts) and www.chicagocatrescue.com (which holds the annual event Sexy Black – a benefit to raise awareness for black cats and dogs). And of course, The Humane Society, doing great work for cats and dogs in general.
And now it’s time, no matter what your clock might say, for The Stroke of Midnight: