Angie St. Mars and Melanie Dahling discuss bisexuality. Is that a problem? One might ask. Miranda Hobbes seems to think so. But we couldn't help but wonder why.
Two comedians, with a side of single. Ashley and I discuss Season One Episode Three of Sex and the City entitled Bay of Married Pigs. Are single and married people in a cold war? And what's with Peter's penis anyway? Burning questions. We have no answers, but it's fun to think about.
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Sex and the City is my ultimate Mr. Big. Our relationship has changed over the years, but the show is present in every season.
After discovering feminism, which is never a fun TV watching companion, I began to ask myself about the pop culture of my youth and the underlying messages therein.
In this preview episode, I introduce the show and why I started doing it.
Actor and human Daniel Chen joins us to explain how to make people believe you're a "robot in disguise", to coin a phrase. How should you speak? How much trivia should you know? Is it okay to make jokes and be sarcastic? Jesse bleeps and bloops, Thomas explores his emotions, and Dan draws several blanks, but bounces back strong. Listen and prepare yourself for the inevitable singularity, or a M.A.L.C.O.L.M.
This year's SheDot Festival ("Toronto's Festival of Funny Women") runs from May 4-7 and features stand-up, sketch, and improv shows; workshops; and industry panels. Now in its fourth year, it has grown from an essentially local Toronto festival to one featuring a majority of its performers from across North America.
Improvisers Jonathan Kornelson and Colin Ward join us for an episode that all of our fans have (probably) been clamouring for: How to Become a Civil War Corpse! We cover all the tricks, from planning your death screech to getting the spectators involved. Jesse ponders time travel, Thomas and Jon spar over accuracy vs. entertainment, and Colin's rigged up a pulley system to heaven.
Rebecca Reeds started her comedy career in Ottawa, performing at open mics and eventually being part of an Ottawa Fringe Festival show.
Tim Gray and Matt Nightingale are veterans of the Winnipeg stand-up comedy scene, and this year they're both a part of the local contingent at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival. Besides their accomplishments as stand-up comics (Gray's first comedy album comes out this June, while Nightingale is a regular host at Rumor's Comedy Club), they're also members of the sketch troupe HUNKS.
Amanda Brooke Perrin is a veteran of the Toronto comedy scene who recently moved to Los Angeles.
A long time ago, in a recording studio far, far away, two people delivered the freshest, most on-point analysis of the Star Wars prequels you've ever heard. We also talk about how to make your own Star Wars film! All you need are some characters, something to happen to them, some good actor friends, and a couple hours of free time! Jesse busts out his killer Alfred Hitchcock impression and Thomas reveals how George Lucas creates so many compelling alien characters.