Posts with the tag Something Wiki This Way Comes.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 25: How to Love the Taste of Water with Ben Sellick

Posted by: Paul Little  //  October 26, 2017 @ 9:20pm

Musician Ben Sellick joins us to discuss a very serious topic: how to LOVE the taste of that plain, flavourless, dull–as–dirt clear stuff we all love to hate -- water. It's a wild ride, and the improv gets, shall we say, a little BLUE (ha ha). But don't worry, we still manage to reference M.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 23: How to Come Back to School as a Whole New You with RobYn Slade

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  September 12, 2017 @ 5:41pm

Are you a jock? A prep? Whatever the heck a "scene kid" is? Do you want to be? Actor/improviser RobYn Slade joins us to teach you how to reinvent yourself over the summer.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 22: How to Eat Six Saltine Crackers in One Minute

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  August 11, 2017 @ 7:30pm

We're back after a little Fringe-induced hiatus! This one of our longest episodes yet, for learning one of our shortest skills: how to eat six saltine crackers in ONE MINUTE.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 21: How to Get Out of a Car That's Hanging Over a Cliff (with Justin Fry and Kevin Ramberran)

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  June 15, 2017 @ 10:26pm

Steady... steady... that's it, make no sudden movements... If you're one of our *cough* THOUSANDS *cough* of listeners who tune in during their daily commute, then you're in luck.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 20: How to Become a Horse Whisperer (with Cathy Herbert)

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  May 29, 2017 @ 3:59pm

Comedian Cathy Herbert joins us to talk about the mysterious world of "Horse Whispering." We'll answer many of your questions: how to approach a horse, what diploma programs to enrol in, what shape of pen you should build, and, of course, how to keep your taxes in order.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 19: How to Make People Believe You're Secretly an Artificial Intelligence (with Daniel Chen)

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  May 9, 2017 @ 1:30pm

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.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 18: How to Become a Civil War Corpse (with Jon Kornelson and Colin Ward)

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  April 24, 2017 @ 11:33pm

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.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 17: How to Make Your Own Star Wars Film

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  March 21, 2017 @ 7:12pm

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.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 16: How to Be the Ultimate Jackass Fan

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  March 8, 2017 @ 5:58pm

We're back with one of the first episodes we'd ever recored, and that means Luke Cecelon's on board with all of his insights, and -- LOOK OUT FOR THAT PLATTER OF TACOS!!! Ha ha, just jokin'!

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 15: How to Find Out Who is Sending You Valentine's Cards

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  February 13, 2017 @ 2:48pm

Is it just us or is it about to get steamy in here? That's right, it's Jesse Bergen and Thomas Toles, the original Love Gurus. They're here to teach you about how to track down that mysterious admirer who's been leaving you anonymous Valentine's cards all these years.

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