Because life doesn`t go in reverse.

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PARKED is a comedy web series that follows a group of long-time west coast friends in their early 30’s as they wrestle with what it means to be dads, husbands and men when life does not turn out as expected.

Tim (Kirby Morrow), Jesse (David Lewis), and Davinder (Sean Amsing) are fathers who hang out with their still single buddy Josh (Matty Granger) while taking care of their kids and finding ways to amuse themselves (spending countless hours in their local park). The women in their lives – Jenn (S. Siobhan McCarthy), Kim (Julia Benson), and Christine (Sonja Bennett) – are the breadwinners with the men finding themselves in the non-traditional roles of single fathers or stay-at-home dads. Josh often feels left behind as the one non-dad in the group but all four men are each in their own way trying to figure out how to face what their lives have become and how to get it into gear once more. In other words, how to not end up parked here…forever.

 “PARKED delivers a hilarious parody on the role of the modern stay-at-home Dad” – BeatRoute Magazine

#GetParked every Friday on Daily Motion & every Wednesday on YouTube



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Freddie Wong discusses his role of Freddie the IT guy in PARKED, how it all came about and his philosophy around creating content for the web. I met Freddie at #tiff2013 He was speaking on a panel and after the panel, I introduced myself. I informed him that I had been using him as a case- study over the past few years in my lectures. We sat on a couch and made small talk about Toronto vs. Vancouver, the weather and how as a teen Freddie would come to Vancouver from Seattle so he could drink legally. We shared a few laughs and parted ways.  Upon my return to Vancouver, our writing team continued to break stories and I pitched the team regarding having Freddie as our IT guy in Tim’s episode.  The team loved the idea, so I pitched him via twitter.  Yup!  Never mind the 2 minute elevator pitch- try 140 characters!  My experience working with Freddie taught me to never be afraid to ask people to work with you.  If you have a dream or a desire to work with someone, go for it.  Ask them.  The worst thing that could happen is that they could say, […]