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The Callaghan Mob
Show The Red Panda Adventures
Air Date 17 November 2007
Episode Number 29
Episode Length 27 min
Genre Superhero Adventure
Director Gregg Taylor
Writer Gregg Taylor
Music By Andrea Lyons
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When a string of petty extortionists hits our heroes too close to home, it's a sure bet that fists are gonna fly. But these "little fish" think themselves safe from both the police and the city's masked heroes, and they just might be right! Is an alliance with the underworld the answer? Who will win the day, the Red Panda's army of agents or... The Calaghan Mob?


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Cast of Characters[]

Character status is as of the end of this episode

Major Characters[]

The Narrator - Status: All Powerful The all knowing narrator. Voiced by Steven Burley.

The Red Panda - Status: Alive and Well The Red Panda is a hero in the mystery man mold of the pulp era. His costume is limited to a suit and hat with a bright red domino mask (with Batman-like blank eyes) and matching red gauntlets. Voiced by Gregg Taylor.

The Flying Squirrel - Status: Alive and Well Katya "Kit" Baxter, plucky sidekick and driver. Voiced by Clarissa Der Nederlanden Taylor.

Constable Andy Parker - Status: Alive and Well Police constable and agent 51. Voiced by Brian Vaughn.

Minor Characters[]

Dr. Cameron - Status: Alive and Well Ma Baxter's Doctor Voiced by Peter Higginson.

Ma Baxter - Status: Alive and Well Kit's mother. Voiced by Julie Cogger.

Chief O'Mally - Status: Alive and Well Chief of the Toronto Police and the official guardian of law and order in the city. Despite his gruff nature, he is a good man and does his best to protect the people of Toronto. An example of this passionate side of him appears in his argument with the Flying Squirrel in "The Callaghan Mob"[1] When she brought up dealing with the criminals, he responded hotly, "If beating the living daylights out of them would've put a stop to this, I'd have put my badge in a drawer and taken a squad down there months ago!" Voiced by Micheal Booth.

Spiro Pappas - Status: Alive and Well 65 year old contact man for some of the Red Panda's agents, including Constable Parker. Voiced by Michael Booth.

Harry Kelly - Status: Alive and Well Agent 391 of the Red Panda. Spotter. Voiced by Shannon Arnold.

News Reader - Status: (More Info needed) Voiced by ?.

Police Dispatcher - Status: (More Info needed) Might be Constable Andy Parker. Voiced by Brian Vaughn.

Mack Tully - Status: (More Info needed) Agent of the Red Panda. Voiced by Kevin Robinson.

"Peters" - Status: (More Info needed) One of the bad guys. Voiced by ?.

"Watson" - Status: (More Info needed) One of the bad guys. Voiced by ?.

"Black" - Status: (More Info needed) One of the bad guys. Voiced by ?.

? - Status: (More Info needed) Voiced by Peter Nicol.


This episode reveals Gregg Taylor's admiration for Joss Whedon's Firefly, by the use of the line "Lets Be Bad Guys". Gregg later confirmed this fact.

This episode is one of the more obvious glances into the Flying Squirrel's motivations, besides the one that's 6'2" with spooky blank eyeballs; she wants to act as a sort of Robin Hood of Toronto, since she grew up impoverished.

This episode contains the first audio appearance of Ma Baxter.

Spiro Pappas is aged 65 when this episode occurs.


Episode Page -


  1. Taylor, Gregg. Red Panda Adventures episode 29. The Callaghan Mob. Podcast. dir. and prod. Decoder Ring Theatre. Toronto, ON. 2006.

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