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Episodes
  • EPISODE 1 – MONDAY

    Aug 31 2020
    With only 5 days until New Years Eve, Gallea Motors finds out they must sell 69 cars by the end of the week in order to stay open…or else their business will get stolen by their fiercest rival, Wild Ron.
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    28 mins
  • EPISODE 2 – TUESDAY

    Aug 31 2020
    Janelle tries to convince Gary to make a new radio ad, while Hector attempts to sell a truck to a Soccer Mom. Meanwhile Danny investigates whether or not any of the salespeople have been completely honest about being approached by Wild Ron.
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    25 mins
  • EPISODE 3 – WEDNESDAY

    Aug 31 2020
    Gary unveils his new radio ad to a mixed response – leading Janelle and Ravi to make an ad of their own. Danny and Gary hire a local private eye to do some spying on Wild Ron that requires a bit of role-playing. Things heat up between Mia and Hector.
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    27 mins

Go Behind the Scenes of Vroom Vroom

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About the Creator and Director

Creator Josh Koenigsberg has written for the Emmy-winning Netflix series Orange Is the New Black and the Hulu series High Fidelity starring Zoë Kravitz. A Drama Desk-nominated playwright, he established his career in New York as a critically acclaimed dramatist, whose plays include Al Business Cards, Dance Lessons, and The Mnemonist of Dutchess County—all published by Samuel French—as well as Herman Kline’s Midlife Crisis published by Indie Theater Now and Charlatan starring award-winning mentalist Vinny DePonto. He was also a writer/performer on the monthly podcast series Naked Radio, produced by Naked Angels Theater Company, where he discovered his love for writing radio plays. His recipe "Josh’s Famous Burritos" is published by The New York Times.

About the Performer

Actor and writer Andy Richter returned to his role as announcer and sidekick to Conan O’Brien on Conan when it premiered on November 8, 2010. Richter rose to fame in 1993 as O’Brien’s sidekick on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and reprised this role on The Tonight Show with Conan O’Brien, which premiered in 2009. In addition to numerous primetime guest-starring roles, Richter starred in the Emmy-nominated series Andy Richter Controls the Universe for Fox and Andy Barker, P.I. for NBC. His feature film work includes Robert Altman’s Dr. T and the Women, Cabin Boy, Scary Movie 2, Elf, Talladega Nights, Blades of Glory, and Semi-Pro. He can be heard as the voice of Mort in DreamWorks Studios’ Madagascar films as well as the Nickelodeon series Penguins of Madagascar and All Hail King Julien.

About the Performer

NAACP Image Award nominee Yvette Nicole Brown is an actress and host best known for her series-regular and recurring roles on television comedies including Community, Drake and Josh, and Mom and biographical dramas such as Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G., and The New Edition Story. On the big screen, she can be seen in films including Dreamgirls, Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, Lady and the Tramp, and the upcoming indie Love & Oatmeal. In addition to scripted roles, Brown is also an in-demand guest host on shows ranging from The View to The Talking Dead: she honed her moderating skills in front of thousands of fans at the premiere of season six of The Walking Dead at Madison Square Garden and a series of panels at Comic Con in 2018. A talented voice actress, Brown has an extensive career in audio, excelling in everything from children’s shows like DC Super Hero Girls and Pound Puppies to the animated LEGO universe (with roles in both LEGO Star Wars and LEGO Black Panther) to the Audible Original comedy Vroom, Vroom. She also uses her voice as a talented recording artist: a teen, she was signed to Motown Records and was featured on the Motown album The East Coast Family Vol. 1 and performed on MTV, VH1, and BET. Dedicated to giving back, Brown has also appeared on just about every game show known to man, winning thousands for her favorite charities.

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Great Fun, Sad only 7 episodes

I can imagine this as a TV show. Andy and Yvette and the rest of the cast were stellar. Please do a season 2

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Smart, Funny, Moving – the real thing!

Fantastic serialized play. Full characters, clever plot, surprisingly emotional. This will be a television show no doubt. Great to listen with my family – kept even the teens laughing and entertained.

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Blazingly original, utterly alive

Cant get enough of this car dealership comedy! The characters are so hilarious and filled with heart.

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Entertaining with great characters

Really really enjoyed listening to this show. Sorry when it ended. I was sad to step away from the characters, and wished I could have followed their ongoing stories. But this chapter of their lives had a satisfying conclusion.
This is the sort of entertainment we need right now: diverting, great characters with whom you can sympathize, good story line with nice surprise ending. I’ve been recommending to everyone I speak to who is looking for a series that is not a rehash of something else.
I could see this as a great TV sitcom, while at the same time it reminded me of the simple pleasure of the radio plays my parents used to listen to when I was a kid.
Wonderful!
It’s this high quality of original storytelling which I had hoped for when I recently signed up for Audible.
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  • 07-20-21

I don't write reviews... BUT

I enjoyed every minute of this. It was written and performed to perfection. The humor, the drama, the twist. No one lost time today... I didn't waste a minute of this good time.

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Fun podcast

This podcast was fun, easy to listen to and resolved nicely. Yvette Nicole Brown is a delight.

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Light hearted fun

Great series. Funny and entertaining. Great music.
Hope to find more podcasts like this one

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Excellent !

Dynamic, fun, great actors, lots of intricate story lines, pulsating soundtracks. Totally warrants a season 2.

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Good performance and production

The voice actors for this series were very good, and the production quality was high. The story, however, didn't do much for me.

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Fun listen

Like a sitcom whose only goal is to make you smile, this mini audio series plays to that strength and attacks us with the familiar, but in a funny way we can appreciate.
Performances are strong and the sitcom-like plot carries itself admirably to a neat conclusion.

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  • TomPoes
  • 01-24-21

Absolutely wonderful

I loved every minute of it. Not only was the story great, the performances of the cast allowed me to travel to the USA in an instant even when we cannot move due to the quarantine. Thank you Audible.

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  • Florence Gaye
  • 11-19-20

great listen.

I skipped past this title initially, not having read the synopsis, based purely on having no interest in cars, but looking for a free podcast to tied me over until my next credit, I gave it a go.
I t is very well written, the story was interesting and humorous in parts and I was rooting for the sales team all the way. I enjoyed it alot and actually, I now really think I'd love to own a truck!

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  • Spike30001
  • 11-12-20

Excellent

Fresh funny and entertaining. Ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes in your local car dealers. well. tune in and be prepared for a funny and exhilarating ride. Full production well voice acted, with sound effects and music. I really loved it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-07-20

Great performance not so good story

Performance was great, audio was amazing and I felt like I was at the dealership. honestly though the story wasn't too interesting, but yeah I did finish it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 10-03-20

just about perfect

production, cast, plot, everything was in place for this comedy . loved the performances especially by the leads! vroom vroom indeed!