Vic, Sade and Rush
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Vic and Sade, was the most popular radio series of its kind and was reported by Time Magazine to have reached more than seven million listeners in 1943. It ran for fourteen years and for the majority of its time on the air Vic and Sade was heard in 15-minute episodes without a continuing storyline.
The central characters, known as "radio's home folks," were accountant Victor Rodney Gook, his wife Sade and their adopted son Rush. The three lived on Virginia Avenue in "the small house half-way up in the next block."
The program was presented with a low-key ease and naturalness, and the dialogue delivered with a subtleness that made even the most outrageous events seem commonplace and normal.
Vic and Sade was written entirely by Paul Rhymer whose humor and love of language place him among the world's finest authors.