Chanawicz

Chanawicz – episode 4

The year is 1997, and Jason O’Conner has just started working at a family owned grocery store in central New York. Reality makes for the best fiction, and as Jason encounters a host of ridiculous characters from the Napoleonic manager of the store to the inept son of the owner, he begins to piece together his own creation – a sitcom based on his new job.  Episode IV is the fourth and final part in the series and serves as the Holiday Edition, including the events of “You Don’t Want Paper” “6 for today, 12 for tomorrow” “The Graveyard Shift” & “A little peepin’ for the holidays”

 

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Chanawicz – episode 3

The year is 1997, and Jason O’Conner has just started working at a family owned grocery store in central New York. Reality makes for the best fiction, and as Jason encounters a host of ridiculous characters from the Napoleonic manager of the store to the inept son of the owner, he begins to piece together his own creation – a sitcom based on his new job. Episode III is the third part in the series, and includes the events of “Meet Volo,” “National Customer Appreciation Day,” and “Taking a breather”

 

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Chanawicz – episode 2

The year is 1997, and Jason O’Conner has just started working at a family owned grocery store in central New York. Reality makes for the best fiction, and as Jason encounters a host of ridiculous characters from the Napoleonic manager of the store to the inept son of the owner, he begins to piece together his own creation – a sitcom based on his new job. Episode II is the second part in the series, and includes the events of “Out of Stock, Out of Business” and “Gentlemen…there’s a rat in my house…”

 

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Chanawicz – episode 1

The year is 1997, and Jason O’Connor has just started working at a family owned grocery store in central New York. Reality makes for the best fiction, and as Jason encounters a host of ridiculous characters from the Napoleonic manager of the store to the inept son of the owner, he begins to piece together his own creation – a sitcom based on his new job. Episode I is the first part in the series, and includes the events of “Paging Bill Miller” and “Welcome to Chanawicz”