Editor’s Note: The following was written by Harold Leeder, editor-in-chief of The New Circle Circular, Lexington’s #1 source of fake news you can’t count on.
The first episode of “Missing Caller Sarah” a new podcast from the KSR production team, premiered today at the top of the iTunes charts to rave and confused reviews.
The podcast has been teased over the last couple of weeks with audio clips promising future listeners that the production team is determined to find out whatever happened to the polarizing KSR caller “Sarah”. She has been missing from the airwaves for 25 days, and at this point it seems there’s no return in site. Once Derek Willis began playing better on both sides of the court, it seems Caller Sarah has disappeared from public life, cutting off her closest friends like Ryan Lemond, and other supporters we’ve yet to hear from.
KSR decided to get started on the podcast after other popular callers potential podcasts have struggled to get off the ground, like “This Great American Life” with John Short, “Excuse The Very Long Interruption” with Billy, and “Cereal” with Harold.
The first episode of the podcast “Missing Caller Sarah” focuses on what many have speculated are the three most likely theories behind her supposed disappearance. First being the obvious, Derek Willis simply played better, so her point was proven. Second, she googled ‘Hot Dogging’ and it has rendered her speechless, or finally she’s gone quiet to re-establish the “balance of power.”
So far the podcast (produced by wrestling legend Shannon The Dude) promises, if nothing else, to be a beautiful piece of storytelling. As the premier features intertwining interviews with a lush background of sound featuring musical vignettes of at least 9 popular Guns and Roses songs coupled with weird laughs from Ryan Lemond.