Follow woman-child Sady Hart as she tries to navigate
adulthood with the guidance of her foul-mouthed, alcoholic, always
horn-y imaginary magical unicorn friend. Like ya do.
by Staci Jacobs
A blast from the past rouses insecurities in Sady Hart which are quickly shut down by her best friend: a magical unicorn.
Sady attempts to work but quickly gets distracted by Facebook. And then she sings about it. #TheMusicalEpisode
Via diary entries, Unicorn recounts his experience of being Sady’s best imaginary pal; an enemy is found in Ian the Bakery Guy.
As Ian gains Sady's attention, Magical Unicorn is left neglected.
The Mane That Got Away
In 1940s black and white film noir style, Sady dreams that Magical Unicorn has gone missing and enlists the help of a P.I. (Ian.)
A restless woman-child and her foul-mouthed, alcoholic, always horn-y imaginary friend.
The Benefits of Gusbandry
Karma's a Bitch
The Never Bell
The Grover Complex
Bye Bye Bernard
The FOB and I
Make Like a Dog