“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.

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!

“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!

Beam me up Scotty!

The world of science fiction has introduced some truly amazing futuristic tech gizmos that real life technology always seemed so dull in comparison. It is no wonder that scientists and tech geeks have done their darndest to recreate some of this sci-fi tech in the real world (to some varying success). This week, join Tuong La and The Constant Struggle’s Brie Watson, Nick Watson, and Dan Dingwall as they warp speed ahead to creating a Top 5 Science Fiction Technology list!

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.

On this episode of The Improv Punch Up, we have the Valiant Vinny Francois! This week we see a romantically tense race between Superman and The Flash, we learn that sometimes the people booing you are the ones supporting you the most, and we see why The Matrix should have been set in a high school.

Improv Embassy’s Head Honcho Chris takes a blue pill and joins Angus and Leslie as they learn about the dying wishes of Optimus Prime, bring violent gangs together with the power of love, and see a young Angus take the Voight-Kampff Test.