Who’s your daddy? (Us. It’s us.)
We’ve done Fictional Moms so it’s only fair to pass some love to daddys right? So join Tuong La Fur-Fathers Axandre Lemours, Catherine Ballachey, and Alli Harris as they work out their collective issues and rank Top 5 Fictional Dads.
Who’s your daddy? (Us. It’s us.)
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!
Age is just a number, especially to these butt-woopin’ seniors.
When we think of old people it is easy to immediately imagine that stereotype of a feeble hunched-back, white-haired individual that’s slowly shuffling along with their walking cane and shaking their fist at kids. Well today’s nominees completely shatter that stereotype in such a way that if you were to ever compare them to it, you would wish you never mentioned it. Join Tuong La and Ass Kicking Experts Kristine Shadid, Paul JP, and Amanda Parker as they clench their butts while talking about Top 5 Old People Who Could Kick Your Ass!
Featuring Andrew Bushell (Second City Mainstage, Christmas Catch), Jeff Clark (Clark-Sauce), and Hailey Masterson (MCU Improvised). In our first episode of 2021, the panel discusses how they spent their holidays, trading tickles for oral, and the best way to measure the size of a dinosaur’s erection.
“You sit on a throne of lies!” Christmas is drawing nearer by the day and what better way to get into the spirit then to talk about one of the all time greatest Holiday Movies!…
Featuring Marc Hallworth (SiriusXM, Vest of Friends Podcast), Dana Schiemann (Letterkenny, Canadian Air Guitar Champion), and Velvet Wells (Crooner, Holodeck Follies). The panel discusses sports terms for sex, uses math to calculate the relative size of Smurf genitalia, and Marc…
“They may take our lives, but they’ll never take away our Top 5 Lists!”
Part of the staying power of a movie is an expertly delivered movie line. When all things about a movie are firing on all cylinders (the music, the shot composition, the delivery, etc.) it can set up a perfect moment for a movie line that lives with us well after the credits roll. So this week, join Tuong La and ‘My Wiiifes’ Angus MacDonald, Nathan Hartswick, and Annie Russel as they combine their cinema brains together and make a Top 5 Iconic Movie Lines list!
Welp it was bound to happen one day! In an incredible mishap, Tuong accidentally watches the wrong movie and unintentionally gives you a DOUBLE HOT FEATURE with special guest Rich Hilborn! Listen as these two…
Beam me up Scotty!
The world of science fiction has introduced some truly amazing futuristic tech gizmos that real life technology always seemed so dull in comparison. It is no wonder that scientists and tech geeks have done their darndest to recreate some of this sci-fi tech in the real world (to some varying success). This week, join Tuong La and The Constant Struggle’s Brie Watson, Nick Watson, and Dan Dingwall as they warp speed ahead to creating a Top 5 Science Fiction Technology list!
Pouring one out for all the movie deaths on the big screen.
Death scenes in movies can be one of the most effective ways to keep the spirit of the film alive after it ends. A good movie death can range from gruesome, to heartbreakingly sad, to downright hilarious. Either way, when done right, it can make the audience elicit an emotion that connects ourselves to the movie and it’s characters for years to come. Join Tuong La and That’s How I Remember It/Sonar Network’s Michael Mongiardi, John Richardson, and Raul Delgado as they relive the most memorable demises in cinema and rank Top 5 Iconic Death Scenes in Movies.