Met the one? Feel a connection that spans time, space, and perhaps even this mortal coil? Well we found a few who have! Love is returns from our brief hiatus to chat Soulmates, Karmic relationships, and what exactly makes someone your person.

Join Cassie and Justin as they continue to ask the question what is Love?

Trigger warning: people in committed loving relationships. Enjoy.

“O greatest of Kings, let one of your knights try to land a blow against me. Indulge me in this game.”

This week join Tuong and medieval, fantasy, poetry fan Gisela Peters as they find out that playing a game with a big, mysterious, and spooky Groot-looking dude with a giant ax is not as cracked up to be in 2021’s The Green Knight.

“Weeeee want Candy!”
As kids, candy was the pinnacle of food (who cares about steak dinners or gourmet seafood when you can have a handful of Sour Patch Kids). Somewhere along the way, the constant nagging of teachers, parents, and health experts convinced us that candy was “bad for us” and we should only eat it “occasionally and in moderation”. Well no more! This week join Tuong and Pull the Plug’s Justin Godelie, Shannon Godelie, and Dan Foerster as they embody the phrase “kids in a candy store” and rank Top 5 Candy!

“Don’t have a good day, have a GREAT day”.

Join Tuong and special guest Matt Malcolm as they check out Canadian Heart Throb Ryan Reynold’s latest action packed video game comedy – 2021’s Free Guy!

If everything the light touches was ours, then hey, we couldn’t wait to be king, either! Explore the thrill, joy, and heartbreak of the circle of life as the Dummies sing along to Hakuna Matata with Simba, Timon, Pumbaa, and a whole pride of other familiar faces.

“So this is the famous Suicide Squad…”

Wait didn’t this movie already happen a few years ago?! Back in 2016, the comic book world was hyped to see their favorite villains team up in DC’s own Guardians of the Galaxy type of movie – pitting a bunch of NOT morally good characters together to save the world. After much build up, that movie turned out to be a massive disappointment and loathed by many. Since then, a few characters from that movie endured and have broke out to appear in several more movies, such as Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn, but it always seemed like such a missed opportunity to not see this beloved comic book property properly adapted to the big screen like it always deserved. Well fast forward to 2021 and Guardians of the Galaxy’s James Gunn decided to take another stab at it! Join Tuong and Task Force X Villain Matt Barrow as they see if the second times a charm and talk about 2021’s The Suicide Squad!