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503: "One big, long, painful, adolescent experiment" (Ottawa)

Caitlin contemplates her first kiss, Todd writes a poem about picking your nose, Melanie reviews The X-Files, and much more. Recorded live at The Gladstone Theatre in Ottawa.

502: "I wish I could French kiss" (Fredericton)

Ryan lives the “rock star” life, Julie documents a secret crush, Pat wants a bike, and much more. Recorded live at Charlotte Street Arts Centre in Fredericton.

501: "Indolent people with tacky ideas" (Charlottetown)

Em explains the perils of pornography, Wendy writes long-distance love letters, Chet imagines villainous owls, and much more. Recorded live at the Florence Simmons Performance Hall in Charlottetown.

426: "It touched my feelings like a sledgehammer" (Peterborough)

James writes a letter to Prime Minister Joe Clark, Mélanie crushes over MSN, Lisa predicts the future, and much more. Recorded live at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough.

425: "Beating the bush" (Toronto)

Chris discovers he’s gay, Teagan writes poems about Ebola, Ariana falls in love with an older man, and much more. Recorded live at the Tranzac in Toronto.