Featuring Bridget Cann (Rude Dude Takedowns, MCU Improvised), Rob Lewin (Bad Dog Featured Players, Second City FamCo), and Janelle McGuinness (Steeltown Gaming). This week, the panel heals the rift between communism and capitalism, converts the show into an accent-coaching clinic, and discovers what happens when Bridget has 60 minutes to write some porn.
Age is just a number, especially to these butt-woopin’ seniors.
When we think of old people it is easy to immediately imagine that stereotype of a feeble hunched-back, white-haired individual that’s slowly shuffling along with their walking cane and shaking their fist at kids. Well today’s nominees completely shatter that stereotype in such a way that if you were to ever compare them to it, you would wish you never mentioned it. Join Tuong La and Ass Kicking Experts Kristine Shadid, Paul JP, and Amanda Parker as they clench their butts while talking about Top 5 Old People Who Could Kick Your Ass!
A Top 5 fit for a King!
The title of King is one the highest positions of powers that people across the world have yearned and fought for (maybe because you get a fancy crown and comfy velvet robe?). For everyone else, the King meant the ruler of a kingdom who called all the shots, where you just really hoped they were a kind King and not the type that believes in you know…an ol’fashion beheading. But what makes a good King or rather interesting King? This week we’ll find out! Join Tuong La and Royal Court Jesters/ Pull the Plug’s Justin Godelie, Shannon Godelie, and Dan Foerster as they obey the royal decree of the PodCavern and all hail the Top 5 Kings list!
“They may take our lives, but they’ll never take away our Top 5 Lists!”
Part of the staying power of a movie is an expertly delivered movie line. When all things about a movie are firing on all cylinders (the music, the shot composition, the delivery, etc.) it can set up a perfect moment for a movie line that lives with us well after the credits roll. So this week, join Tuong La and ‘My Wiiifes’ Angus MacDonald, Nathan Hartswick, and Annie Russel as they combine their cinema brains together and make a Top 5 Iconic Movie Lines list!
Pouring one out for all the movie deaths on the big screen.
Death scenes in movies can be one of the most effective ways to keep the spirit of the film alive after it ends. A good movie death can range from gruesome, to heartbreakingly sad, to downright hilarious. Either way, when done right, it can make the audience elicit an emotion that connects ourselves to the movie and it’s characters for years to come. Join Tuong La and That’s How I Remember It/Sonar Network’s Michael Mongiardi, John Richardson, and Raul Delgado as they relive the most memorable demises in cinema and rank Top 5 Iconic Death Scenes in Movies.
If there is one thing we can agree on collectively, it’s that Dragons are pretty frickin’ cool. Something about these fire-breathing, scaly, giant flying lizards has endured throughout our history, literature, and mythology. This week join Tuong and Daring Dragon Riders, Justin Godelie, Shannon Godelie, and Dan Foerster as they take to the skies and reign down a fiery Top 5 Dragons list!
The saga of ranking fictional animals continues!
The bond between horses and people is something special that we have witnessed in real life and in fiction. There is something majestic and bad ass about these creatures that have stuck with us over centuries that we keep coming back to. In fiction in particular, we see these loyal animals in some of the most entertaining stories while also being the heart of why the main character often succeeds. Join Tuong La and Montreal Improv’s Vinny Francois, Kadi Diop, and Stefan Spec as they gallop into your hearts and neigh out a Top 5 Fictional Horse list!
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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.