This week’s episode >>> The Emoji Movie.

Emoji’s have been around for over the last 20 years and have been on a steady incline of popularity. These electronic/digital ideograms have completely taken over how we speak to each other in the modern era and inject a sense of personality and emotion into our messages that normal words cannot do as seamlessly. So this week join Tuong La and Living Emoticons Victoria Lulloff , Kristine Shadid, and Amanda Parker as they communicate and translate their feelings digitally to make a Top 5 Emojis list!

It’s all DC news on this week’s episode as Tuong and Caped Crusader Taylor Fleming enter the DC Fandome to talk about the hottest news stories that came out of this big event from the weekend! From The Suicide Squad Movie to Robert Pattinson’s The Batman, we geek all over it as we give you the Snyder Cut version of Talkin’ Tuong!

They’re called The Three Caballeros, but are they really gentlemen? And are there really three of them? Only one way to find out! This week we’re extending our stay in Latin America with Donald, José, and of course, Panchito. (Spoiler: yes, there are three of them.)

We are all unpacked and settled into a brand new PodCavern so the fires of Talkin’ Tuong are burning once more! So join us as Tuong and special guest Jesse Anderson try to math out if Darren Aronofsky’s 1998 film Pi is any good and if it will make us as psychologically uncomfortable as 99% of his films!

Suns out, grills out!

Who doesn’t love a backyard BBQ party in the middle of the summer? The joys of sunshine, good company, and great food make backyard BBQ parties some of the best times you can have all year! So join Tuong La and The Upford Network’s Kendalyn Aldridge, Damian Duvain, and Tom Zalatnai as they put their minds and stomachs together to grill up a Top 5 Foods For a Backyard BBQ Party list!

Take a whiff outta this list!

Fun fact: people can detect at least one trillion distinct scents (It’s true! We Googled this)! Not only is Smell one of the most powerful senses, it is also the most primal and layered sense where it can elicit an ultra-wide variation of emotion depending how your particular nose detects a scent. So join Tuong La and Stink Sniffers Angus MacDonald, Samantha Leggatt, and Leslie Cserepy as they waft the best aromas into their noses and rank Top 5 Smells!