We give you back-to-back bizarre with two new episodes of What it’s Like Being Alone.
First, Aldous is penning the saddest poem in the world for a Misery Digest contest. When the other orphans fall deathly ill, she gets a reformed wicked witch to babysit. Sadly, this is a bad idea.
Then, it’s the first ever Gurney Orphanage Film Fest. Hollywood director Stephen Franchise wants to adopt a child – so the each orphan must make a short film to prove their worth. Roll ’em!
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