In what is definitely our most reference-heavy episode yet, your three experts examine how to look cool while playing video games. It's a lot more complicated than it looks. Which games should you buy? What colours are "in"? Should you dye your hair? All these questions will be answered, letting you be "1-up" on the competition.
We're back with an episode we recorded before Luke went to Japan to undergo his super-secret ninja training. This time we examine exactly what it takes to draw the perfect treehouse. Thomas speculates about the dark origins of the article. Jesse warns of the dangers of illustrated weather.
Comedian Anjali Sandhu joins us this week as our special guest to lend her insight on how to be the "Family Clown". We talk about why not to plagiarize material, when you shouldn't talk trash about your cousin's choice in partners, and how fast Michael actually ran.
This week it's a feast for the ears as the boys dissect the secrets to sneaking food into a movie theatre. There are several techniques -- some very devious, and others, well, not so much.
Thomas, Luke, and Jesse delve deep into the realm of spoilers this week. It's a minefield out there, as the boys have to figure out how to talk about spoilers without they themselves spoiling anything. How DO you enjoy something that's been spoiled? Is it even possible? Which Narnia book is hands-down the worst? The answer, obviously, is...
Thomas Toles, Jesse Bergen, and Luke Cecelon delve into the high-stakes world of espionage with this week's episode, "How to Be a Teenage Spy".
Something Wiki This Way Comes is a comedy/educational podcast where three improvisers walk you through a WikiHow article, and then do some improvised scenes based on their discussion.
Live from The Purple Room, it's Ep. #065 of The Supporting Act Podcast! At the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, which runs from April 6-12, over 90 comics will perform at venues from Pantages to the Park Theatre.
This year marks the fifteenth Winnipeg if... Improv Festival, which takes place September 30 to October 4 at the Gas Station Arts Centre. The event features members of Hip. Bang!, Rapid Fire Theatre, Der Kaktus, and The Kids in the Hall.
Winnipeg has one of the most diverse and pound-for-pound funniest comedy scenes in Canada. The problem is, it's in Winnipeg.
Over the past decade, and even more-so in the past five years, the comics in my desolate stomping ground have been growing into impressive and formidable comedy beasts. Winnipeg is no stranger to fostering rich and healthy arts communities.