This time on The Improv Punch Up we decided to show you the fans a peek behind the curtain! When we have a guest on we usually do a practice scene or “Practice Punch Up” to get the creative juices flowing. We tell the guests these won’t appear on the podcast but guess what…we lied! Because they are just too fun to keep locked away. Is this a shameless attempt to scrape together another episode or an inspiring look at our guests before the episode has begun? You decide!
History may have forgotten them, but we haven’t.
Thanks to the internet and some high school classes, there have been historical people and their accomplishments that have stood the test of time. However, most of the time there are amazing individuals who slip through the cracks and are forgotten forever….until now! This week join Tuong La and Wikipedia Wizards Sarah Finn, Catherine Ballachey, and Axandre Lemours who put their Googling skills to the test as they research and rank Top 5 Interesting People You’ve Never Heard About.
This week on The Improv Punch Up we have no guests so you know what that means…it’s time for a weird gimmick episode! This time the boys read a short story written by our very own Leslie Cserepy. In this version the boys tell the story of the brave Captain Thundercock and his crew as they land on Mars and are accosted by a strange and terrible creature. This story has more heart and shit than you’d expect!
It’s a classic episode where it’s just Tuong spitting off nonsense into a mic on this August’s Edition of Talkin’ Tuong! This month, Tuong gets Fast and Furious while talking about Hobbs & Shaw, gets geeky talking about ‘superheroes gone bad’ in The Boys, and laughs at children doing incredibly inappropriate things in Good Boys! Also things get raunchy in the PodCavern as the folks on the live chat want to Tuong to take off his shirt? Did he do it? Do people understand that this is mostly an audio medium? Listen and find out!
Hear that? That’s the satisfying sound you get when you pop open a fizzy drink of goodness that’s about to be chugged down. Over the years, there has been a plethora of flavoured, syrupy, sugary, carbonated/uncarbonated soft drinks that has hit the shelves – some great and some that make you question your life. BUT as always there can be only five that reign supreme! Join Tuong La and Unhealthy Human Beings Angus MacDonald, Matt Barrow, and Leslie Cserepy as they bring drink samples to the table and make themselves nauseous as they rank Top 5 Soft Drinks!
On this week’s Improv Punch Up, it’s just Tuong and Angus (Twong & Agnes) punching up various things to do and see in Vermont on their way to The Big Pond Improv Festival! Listen while the boys dive into the thrilling new field of Ben & Jerry’s Ice Scream, they figure out exactly how many Keanus are needed in Neo Vermont, and an unlikely friendship forms between two men in the solitude of the morning beach.
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Movie themes have become an integral part of the movie experience, even though they sometimes can be overshadowed by the film it’s representing. When done right, the theme can be as iconic as the film itself turning a good movie into one that is remembered for all time. This week join Tuong La and the A-Team Samantha Leggatt, Angus MacDonald, and Leslie Cserepy as they try not to scream at each other while coming up with the best Top 5 Movie Theme Songs.
On this explosive episode of The Improv Punch Up, we have the A-Team’s very own Samantha Leggatt joining ALL THREE Punch-Up hosts! This week we see what the MCU can bring to the opening of The Beauty and the Beast, discover if the lions of Pride Rock really need Simba, and Enzo gets what he always wanted for his birthday…. A “Yo MaMa Battle”!
Talkin’ Tuong returns in full force to talk about a jam packed month we had in July! On this episode, with the help of Taylor Fleming, we discuss our favorite web-slinger in his newest movie Spider-Man: Far From Home, discover if the new live-action Lion King remake means Hakuna Matata, and dig into all the big news from San Diego Comic-Con 2019!
Arrr matey! Here be some fine Captains!
Every good crew needs a good leader. A leader who can make the hard call, bring a team together, and step up to the cause when needed. Throughout history we have witnessed real-life & fictional captains take to the sea, the skies, and even SPACE to inspire us and steer us on to glory! This week join Tuong La and First Mates Sarah Ghadbane, Angus MacDonald, and Laura Gordon as they sail the seven seas to celebrate the Top 5 Best Captains!