Question everything (even this podcast).

Humans have this undying and relentless need to uncover the truth to things. However, sometimes an answer to a question is not satisfying enough and we are left in this state of “well that’s too simple” or “I don’t buy it”. That’s why we gravitate towards conspiracy theories, as wild as some may be. They contain just enough nuggets of truth in there to make things plausible and their explanation can throw everything back into question on what we know. So join Tuong La and co-conspirators Patricia Eddu, Stefanie McBurns, and Stenley Philippe as they question everything (including themselves) while ranking Top 5 Conspiracy Theories!

“I was saying Boo-urns”

Ah The Simpsons. A show which is well regarded as one of the best TV shows of all time purely based on it’s early seasons. While the show is still ongoing and has just completed its 31’st season, the magic of this beloved animated family started to wane somewhere after the first third of it’s total run. That said, at it’s best, The Simpsons in it’s prime has some of the snappiest/most hilarious dialogue, phenomenal visual gags, and the most heartwarming moments in TV history. This week join Tuong La and Attractive Shelbyville Cousins Matt Barrow, Taylor Fleming, and Samantha Leggatt as they ‘Do the Bartman’ while ranking Top 5 Simpsons Episodes!

This week on Talkin’ Tuong, join Tuong and Quest Friend Forever/Heroes Don’t Do Paperwork’s/Thanos-Wannabe Angus MacDonald, as they examine the series of misfortunes of criminals being stuck in a house of even worse criminals while chatting about 2019’s horror comedy – Villains (now streaming on Amazon Prime).

This week on Talkin’ Tuong, we go on a grand visit to a beloved 6 season show that got itself a movie with 2019’s Downton Abbey (now streaming on Crave). Join Tuong and Quarantine Buddy/Life Pal Laura Gordon (Disney Dummies) as one of them gets to revisit a familiar and juicy dramatic world they enjoy, and the other tries to figure out why everyone in this movie is so horny for English royalty.