“Time to go pound some Cunth!”

These days when you say Saturday Night Live we often think about the weekly sketch show featuring a famous Hollywood guest host and some popular music artist. But Saturday Night Live is far more than a bunch of sketches. Over the years, SNL has put out a ton of original movies based on it’s sketches, among other things, and put these ideas on the big screen. This week on Talkin’ Tuong, Tuong and Improv Niagara/The Constant Struggle’s Brie Watson take a look at Will Forte’s third-rate MacGyver, mullet loving, throat ripping action hero – MacGruber (2010)!

Featuring Korri Birch (Good News Toronto), Emilie Overton (Blood Relations), and Brie Watson (The Second City, Improv Niagara). This week, the panel debates who would win a rap battle in the Shrek universe, which Game of Thrones characters are “attainable,” and the most dramatic voting round yet.

Pull up those overalls and throw on your neon tracksuits because this week we are going back to the 90’s!
Aiight home skillet, do we have the episode for YOU today! The musical era of the 90’s was, to say the least, an interesting and defining decade of what music would eventually become. Moving away from the whiny guitars and synth we got from the 80’s, we started transitioning into a variety of different sounds from the rising popularity of Pop, Hip-Hop, R&B, Grunge, and Ska/Punk. We also got our fair share of boys band and pop groups too! So this week join Tuong La and Phat and Fly guests Axandre Lemours, Colleen Wang, and Victoria Luloff as they rank ‘all that and a bag of chips’ while discussing Top 5 90’s songs!

“Ohana means family. Family means no one gets left behind”.

If you asking: “Wait doesn’t the PodCavern already have an entire show dedicated to talking about Disney Movies” then yes, yes we do (Disney Dummies you should check it out!). But today on Talkin’ Tuong we are going rogue because our special guest NEEDED this movie in their life ASAP (and let’s be honest we can all use a movie like this right now). So this week join Tuong La and Experiment 8008135 (aka Simone Dorie) as they throw themselves into a world of aliens, tropical beaches, and sketchy social workers while they laugh, cry, and feel things talking about 2002’s Lilo & Stitch.

Featuring Maddox Campbell (Break A Wish), Axandre Lemours (Beowulf In Afghanistan, Honey Dew Me), and Craig Scorgie (Just For Laughs, Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival). This week, the panel discusses forging your own path with the scientific method, an inter-dimensional ghost orgy, and Spongebob getting sucked off by a snail.

If you’re looking for something sword-forward, we’re sorry to say that The Sword in the Stone, weirdly, might not be for you. But if you’re hoping to spend some time learning about magic and goodness and maybe, just maybe, making a few friends along the way, then Merlin, Wart, and the Dummies invite you along for a wild ride!

“We are an unusual couple you know.” – Wanda
“Oh I don’t think that was ever in question.” – Vision

Can you believe it’s been over a whole dang year and a half since us comic book nerds have had any Marvel content? Well after an unintentional but perhaps a much needed break from all things Marvel, Disney + has finally dropped the first of their interconnected MCU TV shows! So this week join Tuong La and Taylor Fleming as they discuss the mind bending, fantastical, and mysterious sitcom world of the first two episodes of Wandavision!

Featuring Jon Blair (CBC Radio’s Because News, Now More Than Ever), Nkasi Ogbonnah (Second City Mainstage, Untitled Black Sketch Project), and Jason Voulgaris (Shots Fired!, MCU Improvised). This week, the panel tries to get sponsors for the show, learns about drowning in your own piss, and names their first-ever Ultimate Loser.

A Top 5 fit for a King!
The title of King is one the highest positions of powers that people across the world have yearned and fought for (maybe because you get a fancy crown and comfy velvet robe?). For everyone else, the King meant the ruler of a kingdom who called all the shots, where you just really hoped they were a kind King and not the type that believes in you know…an ol’fashion beheading. But what makes a good King or rather interesting King? This week we’ll find out! Join Tuong La and Royal Court Jesters/ Pull the Plug’s Justin Godelie, Shannon Godelie, and Dan Foerster as they obey the royal decree of the PodCavern and all hail the Top 5 Kings list!