In this special episode, co-host Kim Moffat is in the hot seat to talk about her pro-voting organization We're the People, as well as Kelly Clarkson, Beauty and the Beast, and a very dumb joke.
In part two of this episode, Christine gives us some pro podcasting tips, writes a hit musical, and tells us what it’s like to hang out with Paris Hilton. PLUS - Part two of the “dog in the shirt” story!
Christine Lakin tells us about the weirdest audition she’s ever been on, designs her dream bathroom, and talks about what effect too many murder shows can have on the brain.
Geno talks Mufasa, air conditioning, and some fake sounding rugby terms.
Mircea talks sushi versus tacos, the proper way to leave a party, and one VERY important movie.
It's the interview you've been waiting for. Kim and Mel receive the honor of their lives when they sit down with the man, the myth, the legend... Mr. To Grandmother's House We Go himself - Boyd Hale.
In lieu of a guest this week, Mel and Kim talk about the various reasons Mandy Moore is great. It’s not weird - we promise.
Jan Caruana talks about bonding with Amy Poehler, her one-woman show, and a cool local pancake spot she found in LA. Plus. a special guest appearance by Stefanie Drummond and James Gangl! It’s a true Canadian extravaganza.
Juan Pablo talks about working with Meryl Streep, his possible alter ego, and the lost turle he never forgot.
Kaitlyn talks about childhood shenanigans, women's rights, and the CD purchases of our youth.
In the 2nd part of our conversation with Dave and Melissa Coulier, Dave talks about the incredible comedians he's worked with, his favorite comedians working today, and gives some great tips about acting and directing in television.
This episode is shorter than average, but we felt like it was so full of great info, we wanted to make sure you didn't miss out.
Dave and Melissa tell the super-sweet story of how they met, talk duel weapons, and tell a cautionary banana peel tale.
Adam talks about life as a llama, how great Pittsburgh is, and what it's like to have Emma Watson's phone number.
Marla talks motherhood, her music career, and what it was like to be in So I Married An Axe Murderer.
Jodie tells tale of the Magic Sombrero, warns against pepperoni nipples, and waxes poetic about The Big Lebowski. She’s got the world’s best laugh and a cuss word for every occasion, so give it a listen!
Stefanie calls everyone by their last name while talking Mean Girls, the glory of Canada, and how she came to be called "Uncle Stef".
John talks about traveling Europe, falling in love, and what it's really like to be on a soap opera.
It's our pilot episode and we've got Andrea talking kidney stones, toilets, and what it was like to return to the Tanner living room after twenty years away. She's an open-book and we're learning how to do a podcast - a perfect combination!