The last episode. A look back, and a look forward.
We're at the last stage of the cover challenge for this year!
Some of the systems that keep us organized and in line.
Talking about the practicality and advice around death and dying.
It too long to have a talk on toxic masculinity, and how it impacts us and the people around us.
Our full set from Battle of the Bards at the Kitchener-Waterloo Little Theatre, on November 3, 2017
A discussion of the masks and personas we adopt throughout our daily life, and how we draw strength from that habit.
We made a song! We talk about the cover process, what's fun, and what's tiring, with some additional cover footage.
Huck and Jim talk about their introduction to the world of Magic: the Gathering, crack a booster pack, and Huck tries to steal copywritten material.
The new studio isn't done yet, so here's a quick roundup and some weird stories.
Chatting about why and how things should end. Everything deserves a good ending.
Jim is moving! Moving sucks but is awesome.
We take a close look at the nature of compassion, how to show it, and how to accept it.
A brief chat about where we are professionally, how we struggle, and the kinds of things we admire.
The Drs Watts and Rosalene head into John's past. Also, game mechanics!
Rich is off this week, so Jim takes a solo adventure in the 2011 game To The Moon.
We're six months into the cover song challenge, so it's time to reflect on what we're having fun with, what we've learned, and what we need to do differently.
More villain monologue and getting lost trying to follow clues. Everything is FINE!!!!
Why was school not like this when I was younger?
Huck and Jim go back to their roots (or routes?) to talk about the origins of their senses of ethics.