Angus and Sal have resolved they can no longer be roommates. However instead of moving out they have decided it’s better to just split their apartment into two much smaller spaces. To help with this task Tyler McTavish (Woody Field McCadden) arrives to do the construction and dispensing of life lessons
A children’s film that includes a song about the angry fires of hell doesn’t exactly scream “Disney,” but not even hellfire will prevent the Dummies from checking out The Hunchback of Notre Dame! Tune in for our discussion of some mind-bending visuals, a hauntingly cruel villain, and a complete inability to establish an overall tone – plus one truly memorable tune, sung among the bells of Notre Dame herself.
“If You Aim At Nothing, You Hit Nothing.”
This week join Tuong and special guest Justine Phan as they talk about hot dudes, Asian representation, fancy French pastries, and more while celebrating the first Asian-led superhero movie and global phenomenon – Shang-Chi and The Legend of the Ten Rings.
Surprise mother fu***kas!
There’s nothing like a good swear word (or ten) to help you articulate or vent your frustration. As children, we were taught that using profanity was a big no no but maybe if we were able to swear back then we’d be able to let out our anger in a more healthy way (think about it!). That said, when we think of swear words we immediately go to the “taboo” words that would shock and appall your grandparents but not all swear words need to have same shock value to be a good one. So this week join Tuong and Potty Mouths Axandre Lemours, Victoria Luloff, Jess Maybear as they shout blasphemy at each other while ranking Top 5 Swear Words!
“Is that the Secretary of State looking at us?”
This week join Tuong and special guest Catherine Ballachey as they prepare for the Canadian Election by watching an unexpectedly delightful political rom-com not related to Canadian politics at all (starring Seth Rogen and Charlize Theron) with 2019’s Long Shot!
Angus and Sal are still reeling from the loss of Dex putter about the office. They are visited by upbeat and optimistic Aganna Actuary (Lana Lodge), employee of the Merry Queen Ice Cream chain and hopeful Hero in training.
Just around the river bend of what fans might call Disney’s all-time greatest trio of films, we come upon one of their biggest missteps: Pocahontas. Though there’s a lot to be admired about the movie (“Colours of the Wind,” anyone??), this week the Dummies are doing their best to explore some of the problematic historical and social implications of this incredibly complicated story while celebrating some truly impressive achievements in animation.
Met the one? Feel a connection that spans time, space, and perhaps even this mortal coil? Well we found a few who have! Love is returns from our brief hiatus to chat Soulmates, Karmic relationships, and what exactly makes someone your person.
Join Cassie and Justin as they continue to ask the question what is Love?
Trigger warning: people in committed loving relationships. Enjoy.
“O greatest of Kings, let one of your knights try to land a blow against me. Indulge me in this game.”
This week join Tuong and medieval, fantasy, poetry fan Gisela Peters as they find out that playing a game with a big, mysterious, and spooky Groot-looking dude with a giant ax is not as cracked up to be in 2021’s The Green Knight.
“Weeeee want Candy!”
As kids, candy was the pinnacle of food (who cares about steak dinners or gourmet seafood when you can have a handful of Sour Patch Kids). Somewhere along the way, the constant nagging of teachers, parents, and health experts convinced us that candy was “bad for us” and we should only eat it “occasionally and in moderation”. Well no more! This week join Tuong and Pull the Plug’s Justin Godelie, Shannon Godelie, and Dan Foerster as they embody the phrase “kids in a candy store” and rank Top 5 Candy!