With Stormy’s wig M.I.A Vinyl scrambles to host the show on her own. While Vinyl tries to make ends meet with sock puppets and bad European accents, Stormy tries various forms of therapy to soothe the pain of her loss of the Deville family wig. While the ladies of “Super Tight” toil with the loss of a hairpiece, Louis Gossip Jr. decides to air a show of his own design. This conclusion of gripping, hair raising drama includes art by Diana Santiago, a musical cameo from The Bodega Brovas and the return of Cupcake Charli.
This episode of “Super Tight” finds Stormy and Vinyl at a crossroads as they encounter pressure from the network to get better ratings. Before the ladies can take a moment to reformat and revive the show, tragedy strikes as the new villain in town makes a brash move throwing Stormy’s life into a tailspin.
This episode features the artwork of Shawn Alexander Allen (featuring music by InversePhase) and Bug Davidson. Appearances by James Theesfeld, John T. Fisher, Diego Jesus Chico and Earl Disco.
Writer: Liz Lacy Producer: Diana Santiago Editor: Liz Lacy
When Officer Charlie repairs Johnny Oso’s broken television they get more than they bargained for! After recklessly channel surfing Johnny and Charlie accidentally stumble upon a “Bronx Juice” segment whose stereotypical tone causes them to peer into the depths of the dark side. Johnny and Charlie quickly learn that there’s a steep price to pay for cheap and easy entertainment.
Triple B and Jenny Gato (making her television debut) co-star in this harrowing mini-episode of “Super Tight”.
Editor/Director: Liz Lacy Writers: Bruno Soto, Earl Disco and Liz Lacy Puppeteer: Earl Disco Producer: Diana Santiago
Stormy and Vinyl find themselves in hot water after use of a “90210” clip lands them in jail! Can Johnny Oso come to their rescue? Will their rivals at “Bronx Juice” have their time slot for keeps? Who are the M.E.D.E.A. Housewives?
Super Tight Episode 2 -Starring Stormy Deville, Vinyl Pumps, Johnny Oso, Officer Charlie, Earl Disco, Skank Williams III, Rocio Rodriguez Salceda and Cupcake Charli. Featuring art submissions from Shawn Alexander Allen, Robert Lowery and Rocio Rodriguez Salceda.