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206: "I had a mucus problem" (Toronto)

Teenage makeout fantasies, financial advice from a 9-year-old, and what it’s like to be friend-dumped, twice. Recorded live at The Garrison in Toronto, Ontario.

205: "Hayrides and other indignities" (Ottawa)

Unsolicited apology notes, vampire-inspired poetry, and political analysis from a 9-year-old. Recorded live at the Bytown Tavern in Ottawa, Ontario.

204: "I don't even know what hormones are!" (Windsor)

Hot dog obsession, Canada-U.S. relations, and falling in love with a waiter. Recorded live at Phog Lounge in Windsor, Ontario.

203: "My new nickname is 'mouth'" (Toronto)

A bald eagle, war between Canada and China, and lots of French kissing. Recorded live at The Garrison in Toronto, Ontario.

202: "My hand was all the way on her butt" (Halifax)

Dead chickens, embarrassing erections, and a childhood overdose of vitamin C. Recorded live at The Company House in Halifax, Nova Scotia.