Fooniverse - Good AfterFoon!
Fooniverse - Good AfterFoon!
Hello from the Magic Tavern episode
Air date March 10, 2022
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Hosts Deb Falcon, Korvath the Unknowable
Guests Frank Femur, Ricki Powergrab-Llewellyn, Chuck the Squirrel, Constable Velour, Cynthia Powergrab, Shubblepants the Demon
Producers Matt Young
Associate Producer {$associateproducer}
Post-production coordination Garrett Schultz
Editor Garrett Schultz
Logo Allard Laban
Theme music Andy Poland
Special assistance Ryan DiGiorgi
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"Fooniverse - Good AfterFoon!" is a Patreon bonus episode of Hello from the Magic Tavern. It was originally released on March 10, 2022.


Foon's favorite forest-based afternoon talk show hosted by a vampire and a bird!


A fun tune is played in the middle of the woods where Deb Falcon and Korvath the Unknowable open Good AfterFoon!; a show when they update their listeners (whomever can hear them) with the news in Foon with segments and guests. Throughout the show, Deb and Korvath mention their sponsors, such as sunlight, trees, mulch, and the like. Korvath brings up how he is a vampire and is out during the day. He protects himself with an umbrella that uses a hip bone as the handle to remind him to elevate his parasol property. Deb sports a pedestal made entirely of the mice skills she had hunted for.

The two start the show on a downer; there is a little baby girl who has been stuck in a well for about a week. There has been rescue attempts, but the hosts are proponents of letting the stupid girl figure out her own way out. She is most likely not the first person to fall into the well and she can utilize the bones to fashion a ladder. Deb plays demon’s advocate and suggests that there may not be bones down in the well, but she ends up summoning Shubblepants The Demon. Korvath sets up runes and Shubbepants retreats.

Korvath makes another downer note: the moon has been split in half, one side looks like a lover and the other side looks like its destiny. This is a sign of the coming of the Locust King. He then proceeds to read aloud from the book titled “What to Expect When You’re Expecting the Locust King”, a doomsday book for first time doomsayers. The two go back and forth debating other ways to prepare for the Locust King. After another sponsor reads, Korvath accidently calls Chuck the Squirrel. This ruins the surprise and Korvath brings on their first guest, Chuck the Squirrel. He does not contribute much to the show, so Deb and Korvath shoo him away. He was interesting when he came on earlier shows, but he only talks about how he likes nuts and where he hides them.

The hosts call on their first “real” guest, Frank Femur. He is a bone advocate, asking everyone to ask permission from the bones to use them, rather than plucking them off bodies. He finds offense in Deb’s pedestal and Korvath’s Umbrella, but Korvath is open to asking bones permission from now on. Frank has brought merchandise to advocate for Bone Consent, such as mugs and foam bones. They ask Frank where he stands on well bones, to which he responds to wait two weeks and die or leave the well, both cases to not use the bones. Chuck comes back to talk about leaves and crypto, but gets told to leave each time.

On the Gifts segments, the two hosts talk about the perfect gifts to give. Deb recommends a pineapple to ghoul friends as a pineapple is a symbol of welcoming and reflected on how ghouls are treated. Korvath has a suggestion to give gargoyles; meat. It does not matter if it is cooked or not or what kinds, just as long as it is in heaps. (This may not relate to their sponsorship with the Pineapple and Meat Counsel)

Their next guest is Constable Velour, a constable in the local town of Dimbleshire. He wants to warn the community about the recent griffin attacks. He has been talking to the youths of the town and teaching them how to be safe through a program called “No You Griffin’t”. He describes three steps to keep a person safe: 1) Make a dialogue 2) Get really Small and 3) Cast an ice spell. As a winged creature, Deb is able to give her perspective on what it's like hunting for her prey while Constable Velour brings up how some methods work on griffins in comparison. Korvath questions what could be attracting these griffin attacks, hypothesizing that it may be the influx of bones.

A couple comes in, begging to be on the show to talk about their child and afraid to have their segment be bumped again. Cynthia Powergrab and Ricki Powergrab-Llewellyn, parents of Baby Jessibeth, the girl in the well, force their way into the show and broadcast to the forest to NOT rescue their daughter out of the well. Overwhelmed and stressed over having a child, they ask that all efforts cease so that they can have time to relax. Deb interrupts and is notified that some fingers are clinging on the edge of the well. Ricki screams for anyone to lift the fingers and her pleas are answered.

Korvath calls this episode one of his favorites and he and Deb close the show and wishes the audience luck with the Locust King.

Space Bunker Plot

Craig and PV3 are having a lazy day. Although Craig is confused about how they got the feed, the two will make a pitstop to defend against the Locust King.

Post Credit Scene

New Characters

  • Baby Jessibeth, the stupid girl strapped at the bottom of the well
  • The Locust King
  • Duchess Apocalypica
  • Jonk Ank Kenidoff, the 55th President of the Forest

Recurring Characters

There are no Recurring Characters appearing or mentioned in the episode.

Earth References

  • Devil's Advocate
  • "What to Expect When You're Expecting"
  • Bones/No Bones Day TikTok Meme
  • John F. Kennedy, Moon Speech
  • Google Chrome
  • .gif (pronunciation)
  • .jpeg
  • "MMMBop" by Hanson
  • Quibi
  • cryptocurrency/NFTs
  • Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat
  • Bon Appetit
  • "Tha Crossroads" by Bone Thugs-N-Harmony


  • Their Previous Show "Leaving in FoonEvening" was canceled.
  • Ricki Powergrab-Llewellyn is not mentioned by name in the episode.

Behind the Scenes

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