“Silenzio, Bruno!”

It’s hard to remember a time when Pixar was not at the forefront of animated movies. From Toy Story to Up to Inside Out (and much more) they have always somehow managed to push the boundary of story and animation while being incredibly accessible for the whole family. So join Tuong and Sea Creature/Love Is Pod’s Cassie Pyatt as they dive deep into the latest Pixar original and talk about the colourful Itlalian inspired world of 2021’s Luca!

The time has come for the Dummies to go under the sea with friends Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder, and more! We’re turning up the heat at the bottom of the ocean as we discuss The Little Mermaid in all its glory. From outstanding animation to unforgettable music, there’s a lot to say about the movie that made us all want to be part of that world.

Under the Sea, under the sea!
It’s time to dive into the deep blue ocean on this week’s episode of Ranked! We have touched upon how wild sea creatures are on a previous episode of Ranked (see Top 5 Interesting Animals You’ve Never Heard About), so it stands to reason that fictional sea creatures would be even WILDER. So join Tuong and The Upford Network’s /Natural Toonie’s  Tom Zalatnai,  Kendalyn Aldridge, and Greg Schulz as they sail through the vast expanse of the great blue sea to bring you a list of Top 5 Fictional Sea Creatures! 

Take a whiff outta this list!

Fun fact: people can detect at least one trillion distinct scents (It’s true! We Googled this)! Not only is Smell one of the most powerful senses, it is also the most primal and layered sense where it can elicit an ultra-wide variation of emotion depending how your particular nose detects a scent. So join Tuong La and Stink Sniffers Angus MacDonald, Samantha Leggatt, and Leslie Cserepy as they waft the best aromas into their noses and rank Top 5 Smells!

On this week’s Improv Punch Up Leslie and Angus attempt something that has never been done before…they Punch Up an ENTIRE MOVIE! Listen as the boys try to improve the 2013 documentary Blackfish! Will they take this movie and make something less boring? Probably. Will it be at the expense of an impactful message? You better believe it!