Now a subsidiary of chefgonDOTcom, Steele/McFly Productions was originally founded as a joint venture between famous
celebrities Ireland Steele and Seamus McFly. Seeking at first to share their special brand of humor with the
world, they began recording podcasts with primitive computering and microphoning equipment. Before long, their
podcast was a runaway success with the 8 or 9 people who had ever heard of it. The stars quickly realized that
a larger distribution could bring them untold amounts of fame and fortune. Their quest to bring the podcast
to the masses led them to Chefgon, evil ruler of chefgonDOTcom.
Chefgon, eager to take advantage the naive young celebrities, signed them up for a lifetime distribution contract
in exchange for little more than a box of rabid squirrels he passed off as kittens. After their squirrel attack
wounds began to heal, Ireland and Seamus came together and recorded the episode "Coming Attractions," arguably
their most famous work, and unleashed it upon the world. The resulting storm of fame, money, and women that
unequaled podcast success inevitably brings was not enough for the headstrong duo, as they set out on the impossible
quest to outdo themselves in the form of a sequel.
Production of Season 2, dubbed "The Steele/McFly World Tour," began almost immediately. Heartless producer
Chefgon soon realized what he had stumbled upon, and set out to build a new website and merchandise licensing
empire with which to drain every cent possible from the pair's creation. By the end of February 2009, the first
three episodes of the World Tour had been released to critical praise, and the cheap licensed merchandise was
drawing in millons of dollars in profit by the day. Steele/McFly Productions had arrived on the global stage.