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Infinite Possibilities

Two would-be entertainers, with absolutely no science knowledge, get lost in alternate universes.

St. john's, NL
6.92 (425)

Week #1 Show Teaser Infinite Possibilities

Glenn and Charlie begin their journey into Infinite Possibilities.

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Influenced by classic sci-fi and horror TV shows, Infinite Possibilities follows the eager Charlie, and the reluctant Glenn as they navigate dangerous alternate realities of Earth.
But, like a scared grizzly bear caught pooping in the woods, who indeed is more of a danger to whom? Oh yes, dear viewer, poor analogies will be plentiful on the adventures of Charlie and Glenn!
To continue with the grizzly bear thing, the mother bear would be a blue-haired girl named Simone--if that mother bear also happened to be a witch and the cause of all the boy's problems.
Hyperbolic but not sarcastic, satirical but not cynical, Infinite Possibilities is your favorite show in any reality.


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Patrick Condon

Director, Writer

Patrick Condon is a writer/director from St. John's, NL. He has made a few short films in the past 4 years, some of which aren't bad. His film Infanticide! played at the Cannes Film Festival as well as other fests all around the world.

Besides that, Patrick has directed material for Republic of Doyle's 3rd Season DVD and the 2nd season of Majumder Manor on W Network.

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Mark Perry

Producer, Editor

Mark began his career crushing peoples hopes and dreams in the financial industry. Growing weary of such pedantry, he turned his hobby of film making into a career.

Mark entered the film industry an Executive Assistant to Producers of TV/Film. Since then, he has been producing/editing short films and online content for TV as well as working in Television Post Production.

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Ian Vatcher

Producer, Director of Photography

Ian Vatcher pretty much came out of the womb carrying a camera. He's been involved in television production (both commercial and dramatic) his whole life.

Ian is a camera operator and cinematographer. His work includes Republic Of Doyle, Infanticide! and various short films. Plus, he's produced some stuff.

Anything else you need to know, please refer to his hair.

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Ratings & Reviews

Ratings (425)

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Reviews (64)

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    Sheldon O.
    posted 10 years ago

    Another good ROAST with a super side of FUNNY
  • Alan's Photo

    Alan N.
    posted 10 years ago

    Infinite Possibilities is fantastic. Great fast pacing.
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    diane n.
    posted 10 years ago

    Too funny, one of my favorites. Ooo lah lah.
  • Stuart's Photo

    Stuart S.
    posted 10 years ago

    A little bit of Dr. Who, a little bit of Hitler, a little bit of Worth man. What's not to love.
  • Edward's Photo

    Edward F.
    posted 10 years ago

    nice to see NL on the scene!
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    Alvin A.
    posted 10 years ago

    Thought you where funny and stayed and showed the other direction quite well.
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    Travis H.
    posted 10 years ago

    Not sure about this one
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    Paula M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Congrats on top 15! Would like to know if the production value will be better if you win the competition or if it's a stylistic choice.
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    Luke L.
    posted 10 years ago

    "Like, how are rocks made: hahaha
  • Joshua's Photo

    Joshua M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Great job guys! You guys are doing good!
  • Pyper's Photo

    Pyper L.
    posted 10 years ago

    Definitely interesting. Love the tin foil hat and suit.
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    Andrew B.
    posted 10 years ago

    Isn't NL an alternate universe?
  • Marc's Photo

    Marc D.
    posted 10 years ago

    Definitely some good things here. Funny people.
  • Richard's Photo

    Richard M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Some funny parts but I am not into the space stuff. Good luck.
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    David L.
    posted 10 years ago

    Funny trailer! A comedic Sliders!
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    judy c.
    posted 10 years ago

    Quirky and cute. You guys are likeable and have great on-screen charisma.
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    Lois V.
    posted 10 years ago

    this show is #1.
  • Walter's Photo

    Walter L.
    posted 10 years ago

    Little Baby Jesus wants this show. I'm with Baby Jesus.
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    Patrick L.
    posted 10 years ago

    ---- user moderated ----
  • Kelly's Photo

    Kelly M.
    posted 10 years ago

    A little more substance than most. Great job.
  • Lisa's Photo

    Lisa S.
    posted 10 years ago

    Heck yes.
  • Jack's Photo

    Jack W.
    posted 10 years ago

    I must see more of this.
  • Matt's Photo

    Matt W.
    posted 10 years ago

    This is (good) shit!
  • Trevor's Photo

    Trevor B.
    posted 10 years ago

    This is a great one. I'll be keeping my eye on it.

    Robo-Hitler is possibly the best character in the entire Comedy Coup.
  • Steve's Photo

    Steve F.
    posted 10 years ago

    By far the funniest bits I've seen in the competition, keep it up guys - great stuff!
  • Elsa's Photo

    Elsa M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Sick stories bros.
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    Simon M.
    posted 10 years ago

    I love this! its like Sliders meets Red Dwarf!
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    travis w.
    posted 10 years ago

    Thumbs up
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    Justin F.
    posted 10 years ago

    Amazing stuff! I'd love to audition for this--huge Sci-Fi fan here!
  • Catherine's Photo

    Catherine d.
    posted 10 years ago

    There is lots of room for developing this concept, and I think the characters have a lot to offer
  • Trikucian's Photo

    Trikucian J.
    posted 10 years ago

    I look forward to more Doctor Who spoofing.
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    Jedediah B.
    posted 10 years ago

    This show is what Sliders could/should have been. A+
  • Nushka's Photo

    Nushka B.
    posted 10 years ago

    I would love to see more videos and some character building!
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    Andrew H.
    posted 10 years ago

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    Owen K.
    posted 10 years ago

    It looks good, although I'll be honest, I'm worried that the low budget special effects will hold it back.
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    Henricus G.
    posted 10 years ago

    The concept let's the show go literally anywhere it wants, which could make for some hilarious one off concepts. I'm curious if they can balance out the glitter with a solid backbone and storyline.
  • Roland's Photo

    Roland H.
    posted 10 years ago

    I like stuff like this!
  • Janet's Photo

    Janet M.
    posted 10 years ago

    too much camp not enough funny
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    Steven G.
    posted 10 years ago


    Can't wait for the next one :)
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    Andrew W.
    posted 10 years ago

    The possibilities are literally.... Endless.

    But maybe you can think of a better word than endless. I dunno.
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    Lauren M.
    posted 10 years ago

    I think there are some funny moments, but it doesn't quite work for me. Doing a spoof of sci-fi shows that are already quite comedic, just doesn't make it feel very original.
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    Kara G.
    posted 10 years ago

    I think it's a little too silly for me.
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    Matthew S.
    posted 10 years ago

    Awesome job guys! ~ From your friends at Hit with a Rock
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    Melissa B.
    posted 10 years ago

    I must see more of this immediately. :)
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    Courteney P.
    posted 10 years ago

    Hahaha that teaser was pretty hilarious...looking forward to seeing more. Especially the alternate sharks on land universe. Talented bunch, whaaaa? And home grown too, not bad t'all.
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    James L.
    posted 10 years ago

    Haha. Great characters.
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    Nigel W.
    posted 10 years ago

    Awesome talent, and lots of potential for endless hilarity. I hope to see this picked up and produced as a series.
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    Stephen P.
    posted 10 years ago

    Running! Adventure! Science! Running! Robot Hitler! RUNNING!

    The actors have a clear and present chemistry, the concept is hilarious, and the antics speak for themselves!
  • Christopher's Photo

    Christopher D.
    posted 10 years ago

    It looks like a hilarious adventure. Just enough craziness to keep the laughs going.
  • Jack's Photo

    Jack H.
    posted 10 years ago

    This could be a show in any universe
  • Sarah's Photo

    Sarah B.
    posted 10 years ago

    Looks pretty good! I would like to see more.
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    Pam S.
    posted 10 years ago

    Infinite Awesome! After watching a ton of entries, this is hands down one of the best executed teasers in the competition. The potential is so there. A show like this would be so refreshing and funny for CBC to take on. Am following this project now - hopefully until the every end.

    Did I mention that lead actor with the long hair is like a tall glass of handsome water?
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    Bob J.
    posted 10 years ago

    Fun stuff and I like the Doctor Who references!
  • Vanessa's Photo

    Vanessa S.
    posted 10 years ago

    Would love to see more, looks fun and funny!
  • Jackson's Photo

    Jackson M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Great job! The editing was fantastic.
  • Ryan's Photo

    Ryan L.
    posted 10 years ago

    Finally, people experimenting, and hitting the mark
  • Randall's Photo

    Randall R.
    posted 10 years ago

    Good video, good editing.
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    Brian T.
    posted 10 years ago

    Does Robo-Hitler have a Robo-Austrian accent? It's hard to tell. The plastic dinosaur is a nice touch, but even joke sci-fi needs a touch of polish. Hopefully there are enough set locations around the St. John's area to keep it from always looking like one is in St. John's; though the alternate-universe premise would allow for it easier than a time-travel premise. Your main picture shows a title character clutching a box; in the video it's there when you're running - maybe a hint at the box contents? Unless it's that magical record player; if so maybe put a stronger tie between the record player/magic/it's what allows for the space-travel stuff because I cobbled that together myself.
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    Riley H.
    posted 10 years ago

    This is the kind of miracle that would make me pay for cable.
  • Sheldon's Photo

    Sheldon P.
    posted 10 years ago

    Funny and different. Something CBC needs to invest in!
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    Piers R.
    posted 10 years ago

    Had a great time watching this. Huge possibilities, and lots of fun.
  • William's Photo

    William R.
    posted 10 years ago

    Love it. Best of luck.
  • Will's Photo

    Will M.
    posted 10 years ago

    Great idea!
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    Micah M.
    posted 10 years ago

    In what will surely be the most impassioned article written about Infinite Possibilities, Chad Pelley and The Overview lay it all on the line.
    Patrick discusses Infinite Possibilities and the Comedy Coup with The Muse