The new trailer for Episode Four of the hit web series BOTSWANA, USA. An episode centered around givers and takers- Martha is harder then ever, Byron gets the big news, a number of different guest have arrived with new standards and endless problems. Coming Soon- if you haven't watched the first three don't miss out, Episode Three has a recap of the first two episodes as well.
I present to you, with fervor and magnitude, BOTSWANA, USAs third installment, The Kalahari Witchdoctor. An episode centered around Byron and Sadakas reiteration; the reacquainting if you will- and Marthas attempt to hold down the fort, which is now bare of its men. Brionne Radjoo hasnt shown up for work, and Byron is far too focused on getting his, to concern himself with the responsibility of maintaining the Zulu Inn in both guests and cleanliness. A true glimpse of life on the home front makes itself known, in both fury and insanity, while a little steam rises from the sweat. The episode is dedicated to the legends of Daptone Records, and features an almost complete soundtrack of Daptone artists (all but Tony Allen and Africa 70s- Progress). Cast: Martha Joyce, Maynard Okereke, Liza Ogwel, James Robinson, Ashton Cermak. Guest residents: Christine Hazard, Ryan Davis, Jamel Moxey.
The Zulu Inn opens it’s doors to Martha’s Americanized brother, Byron (Maynard Okereke), who isn’t doing too well out in the city. Guest resident, Melissa-Rae Goad gives him a first-class glimpse into the workings of Botswana’s most beloved resort. Featuring a complete soundtrack from The Budos Band, to get your hands on a copy of one of the finest afro beat soul experiences of the modern day, visit http://www.amazon.com/Budos-Band/dp/B000BEZOSS/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=music&qid=1243033693&sr=8-3 .
The series premiere of the new deadpan comedy web series, BOTSWANA, USA. A series about two worn out employees, Martha and Brionne, of the Zulu Inn in Francistown, Botswana, and the endless encounters they face amidst the cultural difference of the tourists who dwell there. After a few racially suggestive gifts and one particular resident who can't even say, "Thank You" after she brings him the sheets he asked for, Martha goes off the deep end. This episode is dedicated to Fela Kuti, with a complete soundtrack of his work. Stay tuned for episode two on May 22nd, we introduce a new employee.