Von Thompson

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Toni Dibuono

I got Fired!

Yeah, you probably wondering from this misleading title.  What is going on “Did I really get fired?”.   Rest to sure that I haven’t been fired from anything yet!  “I got fired!” is a musical written by Ken Varney and Starring him.   I am trying to expose other works that my favorite actors have done over a period time.  This site is geared predominantly towards Mathnet and to a lesser extent Square One Television.  It great to look at some of the the other works they have done since Mathnet.  Back, to the musical,   This musical is set  in mainly a office setting.  It just tells the general b.s that happens in this office space.  It has some really great song in this musical.  Especially, the one that  Toni Dibuono sing in this is great.  The cast is great in this as well. Unfortunate, I didn’t this it originally ran.  I wasn’t aware of it at the time until it was to late.   The clip I am going to show is another gem from youtube.  This video taken at a awards show in Korea.  The musical won a couple awards.  The second one is from a Korean news program.  But, it does features Toni that song I like and There is a nice interview with Ken Varney.  It  awesome and it is great to see like this.

And here is the second clip.

Mathnet Song: “Without Math” Or “Don’t Leave, Just Stay, I’ll Go”

Okay, I should have done this with “Off The Record”.  I have decided to do something incredibly risky and instead of during lyrics with the last one. I decided to do the video version instead.  So I hope that everyone enjoys this! I did this because you all are awesome and this is rare! I wanted to share this with you all.   It also shows off some amazing talent in this one.

You might want to turn the volume down on this one it is a bit loud.

Mathnet: The Case of “Off The Record”

Season Five: Episode Three 

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Author’s Note:  I would like to take time out to thank a very awesome person, Brian .  I don’t believe that this episode review would have not been possible without his help. Dear Visitor if you have time take a minute and to Brian’s site “Square One. Org” ( found in the links section of this blog )  .  It was an inspiration to me and without it I think I wouldn’t have came this far.  Once again thank you for your kind Generosity.

In this music filled episode, we learn that Gerbil’s have personality and We also learn that learn that “Without Math” is a love song!?


A formal Mathnet University alumni Carol Devillbis  calls on Pat and George to look into a possible Payola scam involving the record company “Off the Record”.

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Mathnet: The Case Of The Purloined Polices

Season Four: Episode Six  

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In this season finale, we delve into the world of insurance scams.  We also wonder what’s going on with Pat’s hair and How fast does Johnny speak.


The Metropolitan Insurance Company calls on Pat and George to find out why there is a certain rise insurance claims.

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Up Against It!

Yes, I know that some of you is wondering what this is…

A Little History…

I was looking up stuff on youtube in particular “Up against it” which was Rock Opera based on proposed third movie involving “The Beatles” and I came across this little gem.    If you ignore the reviewer it is a wonderful find. From what I can tell I would have like see this  production and the reviewer in this was a little bit out of his element to be honest.   It showcases a earlier production that features Ms. Toni Dibuono.  This is not meant to embarrassed anyone.   I like finding stuff on Actors ( Actress in this case).  I really like seeing other stuff that they have done as opposed to the stuff they are known for.  I hope you enjoy this little find.

Mathnet: Despair in Monteray or The Case of The Despair Diamond or Treasure in Monteray Bay

Season Four: Episode Three 

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In this episode,  We learn that Pat attracts the wrong type of men.  We also learn that being on boats in rough water caused sea sickness.


The Despair Diamond ( last seen in the season one episode “The case of The Trojan Hamburger“) rears  its cursed head again.  When Pat and George goes undercover in Monteray to catch a handsome and charming thief  who has his eyes set on the Diamond and also Pat.

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Another update Not Again!

Yes, I couldn’t go to long without posting anything! To those who are following this blog.  I would like to take time out to say Thank You it means a lot.   I am currently working on “The Unkidnapping Summary” which should be up no later than the end of this week.   These next two weeks are going to be slightly hectic due to the fact that I am heading into my final for the class I am taking and I have to learn lines for a performance I am doing.  Hopefully after next week I am going to be back on schedule and I can get more reviews up.   We are  almost into The next era of the series.  Which I am excited about to be honest.  I think the only one that is missing is the “off the Record”  episode which is also the companion episode to this one coming up ( not story wise , But because it involves another math song) .  Yeah, that is the only one that I am going to have some trouble reviewing.  So, I thought I would y”all an update and once again since I have no review up yet!  Here is a song that I really like from “The Two Svengalis” and its sung by none other than Toni Di Buono. Enjoy!

Mathnet: The Case of The Parking Meter Massacre

Season Three:  Episode Three 

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In this Episode,  We meet a woman who is the reincarnation of Lizzie Borden and learn that respecting the end two words of sentence can be fun and annoying.


A chain of  Parking Meter murders sends the Mathnet team on another cat and mouse chase through New York City.  Meanwhile, George’s apartment is robbed!

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