This week on Talkin’ Tuong, we get into the mind of Shia Labeouf as Tuong and The Making Box’s Braeden Etienne get chatting about Shia’s semi-autobiographical film complete with chickens, pies in the face as a child actor, and a whole lot of father-son drama; that’s right we talking 2019’s Honey Boy! (now streaming on Prime Video).

Comedy movies in the 2000’s were definitely a product of it’s time and this week’s movie on Talkin’ Tuong is here to prove it! Join Tuong La and road trip buddies The Making Box’s Sarah Bennett & Mitchell Horne as they get deep and dirty about the raunchy teen sex romp that is 2008’s Sex Drive (now streaming on Netflix)!

We Rank in Peace, Earthlings.
Space. Another frontier of fictional characters we have not yet fully explored on Ranked yet. As we try to still discover life outside our small little blue planet called Earth in the real world, we can at least rely on fiction to come up with some other worldly creatures to pit against each other on a Top 5 list. Join Tuong La and Exotic Extraterrestials Rich Hilborn, Chelsea Fahey, and Angus MacDonald as they beam up and probe out a Top 5 Aliens list.

On this episode of The Improv Punch Up Tuong La is back! Alas, when the boys are about to record their no doubt hilarious episode, the podcast feed is interrupted and hijacked by the Punch Up of the FUTURE! Instead of Leslie, Angus and Tuong listen as Skywalker Cserepy, Bloodflap and Tuong La Punch Up disastrous movies while they wait for the Sun to explode!

No live stream for this month’s edition of Talkin’ Tuong but the show still must go on! For this month’s episode, Tuong gathers up all the juicy news from September and also gets talkin’ about Brad Pitt in space with Ad Astra, seeing if the second chapter of IT floats as high as the first, and placing himself in the middle beside Zach Galifianakis in Netflix’s Between Two Ferns: The Movie!

On this week’s Punch Up Chelsea “Pay Me” Fahey returns! Together the gang discovers Earth with an alligator and a ticking deadline, We see what Pride & Prejudice would have been like with more Space Worms and we get a new and improved Moon Boots commercial.