Cat can't handle the lack of quotation marks. Michelle is impressed at the lack of loose ends. This episode we finish our dramatic reading of The Young Visiters by Daisy Ashford, and it gets real weir...Show More
Cat is impressed by turtle soup. Michelle thinks it's all just piffle in the wind. This episode we read from The Young Visiters, a romance from 1919 written by a 9-year-old. Stayed tuned for the thril...Show More
Cat's surprised by his D&D alignment. Michelle dorks out hard over the MBTI. Personality tests are the name of the game this ep, and we learn a lot! Then we thank holiday-season retail employees. Beca...Show More
Cat wants his magic store back. Michelle still dreams about perfect Thai food. Downtown Montreal has changed a lot in the last decade, and while all is not lost, we decided to take a moment and remini...Show More
Cat's learning to cook. Michelle feels awful. We both think universal basic income is a great idea. We go down the rabbit hole regarding cooking and comfort, capital and consumption, and manage to rec...Show More
Cat used to hear whispers in the night. Michelle finds it hard to believe. From two different perspectives, we hash out all things spooky and make a very important shout-out.
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Cat's lip was cut with an ice skate. Michelle has a difficult relationship with curbs. We get down and dirty (and a little gory) with stories of injuries past and present.
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Cat loved Q*bert even though his parents deceived him. Michelle played Dragon Quest and didn't know how to save. From childhood up until adolescence, we sift throughout video game memories and mangle ...Show More