|Episode 1 - Introduction
In which our characters find a new housemate.
Episode 2 - How many composers does it take to carry a suitcase in the rain....?
Strozzi moves in. With much Help. In the Rain. Mayhem ensues.
Episode 3: A Little Head Cold
Ives gets a cold.
Episode 4: Door Number Three.
What are the composers hiding in their basement?
Episode 5: The Great Basement Debate
The "Workless Bohemians" are conscripted into renovating the basement. But in what style?
Episode 6: Ketchup and Lawn Gnomes
Mussorgsky visits an exhibit. Liszt starts a protest movement. Bach demands cookout.
Episode 7: "Would you care for a date? How about next Thursday!?"
Liszt sets up Brahms on a date whereupon Mozart opens a betting pool. General disaster.
Episode 8: "How it Actually Happened"
Brahms doesn't want to talk about it.
Episode 9: A Pale and Delicate Shade
Wagner insists on choosing curtains for the basement. Mussorgsky discovers the women's club.
Episode 10: An Astringent Effluvium
Something stinks in the house. But what?
Episode 11: Vexatious Vicissitudes (Wagner is the official spokesperson for the sitcom now, having named three episodes in a row)
Mussorgsky gets the women's club drunk, just in time for the AA's arrival...
Episode 12: Operatic Developments
Will Mozart and Wagner ever catch Mahler to propose that he conduct their operas?
Episode 13: Of Epic Proportions
Bridge was never so dangerous.
Episode 14: The Aftermath
|Dead classical composers - REVIVED and living in a house together. It's The Days of the Lives of the YOUNG and the STARVING- a harrowing drama (giocoso) starring some of the most neurotic artists since 1098! Sound improbable? Read on!|
|"In the den, Beethoven and Brahms are playing checkers with rules they have created.
Beethoven: no, no you can only move diagonally on turns that are multiples of 3!
Brahms: every third turn I take is a multiple of three!
Beethoven: NO, starting with my turn being number one!
Brahms: we started counting at zero.
(they glare at each other)..."
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|Episode 15: The Date Episode
Everyone's going on a date this Tuesday. Including Hugo Wolf...
Episode 16: "We're painting!"
Mozart's old man decides to visit. Immediately.
Episode 17: Oh for an Errant Turkish Cabbie!
Mozart discovers incriminating letters of Wagner..
Episode 18: Millinery Difficulties
Wagner will do anything to recover those letters. Even recruit the mafia.
|Episode 19: Teambuilding
Hildegard invites a teambuilding expert to help the housemates get along.
Episode 20: Kiddie Affairs
Don't ever let Mozart babysit your grandkids.
Episode 21: Hildegard's Grand Schemes
Hildegard plans her morality play. And just who IS the immortal beloved?
Episode 22: The Yard Sale
Beethoven needs to raise money. How can they screw up a yard sale?
Episode 23: Dinner and a Morality Play
Wagner finally recovers his letters. Strozzi and Mahler get into late night trouble.
Episode 24: Someone's in the kitchen with Dinah...
Robert Schumann cooks for Clara. Brahms spends lots of time at the food store.
Episode 25: Tuesday Tales.
Ives gets into an auto accident; Hildegard has an amusing morality play rehearsal
|Episode 26: Brunfelsia
During a raucous Trivial Pursuit game, Hildegard's herbs get mixed up..
Episode 27: Unpleasant Aftertaste
The guilty parties exhibit various coping mechanisms.
Episode 28: Two Days Later
Brahms needs a day job.
Episode 29: When Hildegard's Away
Mussorgsky and co. try to direct the morality play..
Episode 30: A New Nuisance
Wagner and his patron Ludwig bring home a pet.
Episode 31: MALL DAY!
The housemates take the unwilling Beethoven to the mall for a makeover.
Episode 32: Barbara Strozzi: Career Manager
Episode 33: All is not well in morality land...
Hildegard's patience for nonsense is even less than usual.
Episode 34: Richard Wagner: Redecorating Revolutionary
Wagner 'forgets' that he has three roommates before he begins redecorating.
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|"Gesammtkunstwerk!" -- Wagner's parrot Papi|
|A Composer Sitcom © 2008|
|Mussorgsky: Whats happening? (notes construction) oh jesus youre letting ludwig dothe plumbing!
Mozart: We certainly are! cut the pipe, add the new one, paste it up. It's hardly rocket science and it involves grunting, so obviously the man for the job is Ludwig.
Beethoven: I have a hacksaw over here...
|From Episode 7...|
|From Episode 22...|
|Liszt falls out of the kissing booth during the yard sale.
Liszt: WHOA! That's at least five dollars, ma'am!