Angus and Sal are still adjusting to no longer being roommates. As tension between them grows they are joined by the most self-sufficient person in Super City, Venus Gillette (Colleen Wang). Venus teaches the guys sometimes you just need to roll up your sleeves and haul some net.
Go the distance with the Dummies this week as we find out who puts the “glad” in gladiator! Sing along with everyone’s favourite Muses to the outstanding soundtrack while we talk everything Hercules, from villainous jerks to Air Hercs and all the action, love, laughs, and shouts of “that’s Phil’s boy!” in between.
Single and ready to mingle? Or just single and living your best life? Then this episode is for you! Love Is talks with some of our favorite singles to put a stop to the old…
“What happened to you? Did you run here?”
This week join Tuong and special guest Geoff McBride as they talk about the return to performing outdoor theater, Geoff’s goal to become the next Sting, and 1998’s Techno/Thriller/German film Run Lola Run.
The hosts of Learn Real Good, Vinny Francois and Katie Pagnucco, introduce the podcast, and share their own unique backgrounds in science and comedy. Come learn about the hosts, but don’t expect any conclusions.
Angus and Sal have resolved they can no longer be roommates. However instead of moving out they have decided it’s better to just split their apartment into two much smaller spaces. To help with this task Tyler McTavish (Woody Field McCadden) arrives to do the construction and dispensing of life lessons
A children’s film that includes a song about the angry fires of hell doesn’t exactly scream “Disney,” but not even hellfire will prevent the Dummies from checking out The Hunchback of Notre Dame! Tune in for our discussion of some mind-bending visuals, a hauntingly cruel villain, and a complete inability to establish an overall tone – plus one truly memorable tune, sung among the bells of Notre Dame herself.
“If You Aim At Nothing, You Hit Nothing.”
This week join Tuong and special guest Justine Phan as they talk about hot dudes, Asian representation, fancy French pastries, and more while celebrating the first Asian-led superhero movie and global phenomenon – Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings.
Surprise mother fu***kas!
There’s nothing like a good swear word (or ten) to help you articulate or vent your frustration. As children, we were taught that using profanity was a big no no but maybe if we were able to swear back then we’d be able to let out our anger in a more healthy way (think about it!). That said, when we think of swear words we immediately go to the “taboo” words that would shock and appall your grandparents but not all swear words need to have same shock value to be a good one. So this week join Tuong and Potty Mouths Axandre Lemours, Victoria Luloff, Jess Maybear as they shout blasphemy at each other while ranking Top 5 Swear Words!
“Is that the Secretary of State looking at us?”
This week join Tuong and special guest Catherine Ballachey as they prepare for the Canadian Election by watching an unexpectedly delightful political rom-com not related to Canadian politics at all (starring Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron) with 2019’s Long Shot!