In this episode, Luke and Mason re-write the Canadian National Anthem. It’s totally way better and you’ll be surprised by how much better it is. You can go ahead and forget the original anthem now. Also everything can rhyme with Canada.
In this episode, the brothers talk about the thing we need most in the home. We do not reach a consensus… at least not one that you’re likely to agree with.
In this episode, the brothers discuss the new blockbuster action movie which you will not want to miss. They even improv a scene as multiple bald action ladies. Yeah. That happened.
In this episode the brothers invent the next best situational comedy… which Luke didn’t know was where that term came from. Many jokes were made at the expense of some C-tier celebrities and ‘The Six’.
In this episode we devise a comic book concept from scratch. Okay, well, we borrowed a LITTLE… just a LITTLE though, honest. Linkara joins us midway to add his veteran comic book perspective.
In this episode we attempt to design a weapon for easy self-defence. We also attempt to make it non-fatal. This proves harder than originally thought. Also yogurt.
In this episode, we discuss what a modern hero could be. We take a quick trip down memory lane about regarding a hero creation from Mason’s past and then go in a completely different direction.
In this episode, that gross old money is gonna get an overhaul, and it’s going to get so so SO much better. So much better in fact, that you won’t need that gross old money you have. We’ll totally hang on to it for you.
In this episode, Luke and Mason design a religion all their own. They seek to answer what is best in life, they do a much better job than Conan did.
In this episode we attempt to create the most engaging dating game we can. We have some ideas about what a new game in the genre might look like and unsurprisingly wind up pretty far off the map. Also Liam has cool ideas too. A single idea this episode is not.