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224: "A pornographic magazine hidden in a pile of wood" (Kitchener)

Drunken necking, deep misunderstandings about the Catholic church, and a dirty magazine hidden in a pile of wood. Recorded live at The Registry Theatre in Kitchener, ON.

223: "Wieners are stupid and so is health class" (Ottawa)

A champion high-jumping snake, an underwhelming sex ed class, and what it’s like to work in a cemetery. Recorded live at Yuk Yuk’s in Ottawa, ON.

222: "A couple of popped-out eyeballs" (Winnipeg)

Plans for revenge, poetry about chicken pox, and and backhanded compliments in the form of career advice. Recorded live at the Kings’s Head Pub in Winnipeg, MB.

221: "Gone are my days of hedonism and mediocrity" (Yellowknife)

Weak bladders, friends of the forest, and a proven strategy for dealing with bullies. Recorded live at the Black Knight Pub in Yellowknife, NT.

220: "We are getting away with murder since you left" (Edmonton)

A report on flying cows, an acrostic poem music video request, and a collection of bizarre elementary school aphorisms. Recorded live at the Mercury Room in Edmonton, AB.