“There it is. That funny feeling.”

From viral YouTube star to award winning film director, singer songwriter, comedian, etc. Bo Burnham is one of the most uniquely talented individuals in entertainment today. Juggling the fine line between comedy and music, he somehow finds a way to make you laugh, cry, and contemplate the f*cked up world we live in today while also making you bob your head to some of the catchiest original tunes. So join Tuong and Love is…’s Justin Otto as they talk and gush about Bo’s latest Netflix special which he edited, directed, shot, performed all by himself: Inside.

Punch Up is back for Victoria Day!! What starts as a normal day in the Simulacrum turns into an assignment from the QUEEN that makes for a few hectic hours……24 to be exact!

That’s right! The boys take on the Bauer and create a FULL SEASON of 24 in ONE EPISODE! 24 scenes featuring: TMNT, A hot dog vendor with interesting anatomy, Bart Simpson, THE PUS BOYS and that’s just the tip of this ol’ iceberg! Grab a popcorn and get Chloe to a computer….it’s gonna be a long day!

Featuring Maddox Campbell (Break A Wish), Axandre Lemours (Beowulf In Afghanistan, Honey Dew Me), and Craig Scorgie (Just For Laughs, Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival). This week, the panel discusses forging your own path with the scientific method, an inter-dimensional ghost orgy, and Spongebob getting sucked off by a snail.

Way before Tom Cruise got his tiny hands on this beloved franchise for the Dark Universe (remember the Dark universe?), there was the movie that made Brendan Fraser into an adventurous treasure hunting heart throb…

Waka Waka! This week on Talkin’ Tuong we bring in Shit Hot Shit Show’s/It’s All Super’s Matt Barrow to talk about his love for puppets , or more specifically his love for Muppets! Listen as Tuong and Matt try to see if they have a rainbow connection while they discuss the 1979 Original Classic – The Muppet Movie (now streaming on Disney Plus).

Let’s bring you back to the good ol’ days.

Remember when Saturday Mornings were the best time of the week? What better way to start the weekend than to wake up in your jammies, eat your favorite sugary cereal, turn on your oversized CRT TV’s, and binge watch cartoons for hours on end. It was truly a wondrous era that swept North American pop culture for years on end which has sadly vanished in this day in age. So hop in our time machine as Tuong La and Nostalgic Cartoon Lovers Axandre Lemours, Ali Harris, and Catherine Ballachey take you back to the glory days of being a kid and rank the Top 5 best Saturday Morning Cartoons!

“Yessss my master” *kneels down cowering*

Fictional villains often seem to have unlimited resources to fund their evil plans. Even though we, the audience, are taught to despise these villains, sometimes it’s hard to resist their wealth of cash, their nefarious moral compass, or their smarmy accent. It’s times like these when we wonder “What would it be like to work for this villain?”. Would they treat me well? What’s the benefits package like? Will I die horribly? These are the questions we ask on this week’s Ranked as Tuong La and Underling Candidates Taylor Fleming, Alex Toth, and Josef Addleman rank the Top 5 Best Villains to Work For!