Show Notes: Episode 24

Episode 24: Naked Canadians



Who doesn't love fun facts? Check out this and this for fun CANADIAN facts!


Did a little googling about Lord Stanley and learned a thing or two! He was the sixth Governor General of Canada from 1888-1893. He gave Canada the Stanley Cup in 1892, which was originally called the Dominion Hockey Challenge Cup. And in 1945 he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame as a "Honored Builder".

Manitoba LOVES snakes. They keep them in pits, like the Narcisse Snake Pits! Read more about their subterranean cave snakes here.

Lord Stanley!

Lord Stanley!

Learn how to make delicious Nanaimo Bars! Watch the video above!

Finally, two different approaches to accidently crossing the US/Canadian border. The Canadian approach and the US approach. This is why people like Canadians better.

Show Notes: Episode 22

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Episode 22: The Brothers Crane

We couldn't leave you hanging, so we googled the definition of massacre for you. You're welcome.

mas·sa·cre - ˈmasəkər

an indiscriminate and brutal slaughter of people.

deliberately and violently kill (a large number of people).
— Google


You can go visit the bar from Cheers! Go here to find the locations (there are 2) in Boston! And while you're in Massachusetts, check out the Freedom Trail.

Eddie has an 'autobiography'! Please hold while I feverishly order this on Amazon.

Want some fun facts about the show? Check out this article for tidbits like: THE FIRST CUT OF THE PILOT WAS SIX MINUTES TOO LONG.

We finally know what the heck 'tossed salads and scrambled eggs' is about. Thank goodness!

Frasier's apartment would cost $3.5 million in 2018. (WHAT?!) Read more about that valuation here.




Have some bloopers!

Show Notes: Episode 21

Episode 21: Extreme Wimps

We had to do a little research on the subject of whale nipples, because we had to. This is what we discovered.

Check out these little-known Disneyland things! And here are a few tips for visiting Harry Potter land in California!

You may have missed Dismaland while it was on display, but you can take a gander at some photos to get a good idea.


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Joyland is a spooky, spooky place these days. Watch this drone video of what little remains!

The Rattler closed in 2012, which is just fine if you ask Stephanie. That thing was TOO MUCH for her.

Last, but certainly not least: the Disneyland Play Mat! This is not the original one owned by the Mohr Family, but let's not get nit-picky.

Show Notes : Episode 20

Episode 20: Meatball Head


Mama Mohr's Bread Recipe:
Mix together:
3 Cups Water
1.5 Tbsp Active Dry Yeast
1.5 Tbsp salt
6.5 Cups Flour
Leave on counter for a couple of hours. Should double in size. Divide into 2 nonstick bread loaves. Bake 450F for 40 mintes. Enjoy!

We ADORE Sailor Moon. You know, you listened to our episode all about it. Check out the links below for more good content!

Tuxedo Mask is over rated. Everyone knows but Usagi.

Friend of the show Morgan did a DOPE Sailor Moon Italian Renaissance mash up! We love it! Click through for her post!

Beautiful Morgan Donner cosplay!

Beautiful Morgan Donner cosplay!

We're so glad that VIZ Media decided to let love shine. Uranus and Neptune are the best! 

Sailor Moon had some VERY weird bad guys. Check out this and this to read more about them!

Everyone wishes they had a dope magical transformation sequence!

Last, but certainly not least: Check out Morgan's YouTube channel and like all her videos! Do IT! Kirsten is on it sometimes!

Show Notes: Episode 17

Episode 17: Astronaut Ice Cream Sucks


In case you were as confused as we were, here are some ice cream definitions!

  • Gelato is simply the Italian word for ice cream, but in English, it has come to mean specifically Italian or Italian-style ice cream. Gelato is made with a base of milk, cream, and sugar, and flavored with fruit and nut purees and other flavorings. It is generally lower in fat than other styles of ice cream. Gelato typically contains less air and more flavoring than other kinds of frozen desserts, giving it a density and richness that distinguishes it from other ice creams.

  • Snow cones are a variation of shaved ice or ground-up ice desserts commonly served in paper cones or foam cups. The dessert consists of ice shavings that are topped with flavored sugar syrup.

  • Shave ice or Hawaiian shave ice is an ice-based dessert made by shaving a block of ice. While the product can resemble a snow cone, snow cones are made with crushed, rather than shaved, ice. Shaving produces a very fine ice that appears snow-like. Flavored syrups are added to the ice, which are absorbed by the ice instead of surrounding it.

  • Frozen yogurt is a frozen dessert made with yogurt and sometimes other dairy products including non-dairy products. It is usually more tart than ice cream, as well as lower in fat (due to the use of milk instead of cream). Frozen yogurt may or may not contain live and active bacteria cultures.

  • Sorbet has just two main ingredients: fruit and sugar. There may also be some water, flavorings, or acid added to it, but it's essentially blended fruit that's churned and then frozen. No dairy is added to sorbet, which is how it is different from ice cream.

  • Sherbet is sorbet's creamier cousin. A little cream, milk, egg whites, gelatin, or even buttermilk is added to a sorbet mixture, and the result is a frozen dessert that's richer, and creamier in texture than sorbet but still lighter than ice cream, as by law, it must contain less than 2% fat.

Ever wonder what the best ice cream toppings are? Check this list!

And learn a little more about the ChocoTaco here! Things like "Original vanilla with fudge swirl isn't the only flavor!"

Anyone else hungry? No, just us?


Show Notes: Episode 16

Episode 16: Beardo Fans


It all began when Kirsten and Stephanie stumbled across Whisker Wars. Take a gander for yourself:

Please help Aarne and Rita Bielefeldt! You can find their GoFundMe here!

Learn more about all the various categories here! We're big big fans of the freestyle categories.

We weren't sure about where 'Fu Manchu' comes from or if it was offensive. So we did some googling and it turns out yeah, it's not great.

The Fu Manchu moustache derives its name from Fu Manchu, a fictional character created by British/Irish author Sax Rohmer, who is shown wearing such a moustache in film adaptations of Rohmer’s stories. The literary Fu Manchu did not wear a moustache. The famous facial hair first appeared in the British serial The Mystery of Dr. Fu Manchu (1923); the Fu Manchu moustache then became integral to cinematic and television stereotypical depictions of Chinese villains.
— Wikipedia

Read up on the history of competitive bearding at the WBMA website.

Interested in attending this year's Great American Beard and Mustache Championship in Richmond, VA? Check out their website!

Stephanie and her yarn beard.

Stephanie and her yarn beard.

Show Notes: Episode 15

Episode 15: Pawnee, Indiana

First, some memes.


Check out this adorable trailer for Stardew Valley and then immediately start playing!

In case you've been living under a rock, this is the wiki page for Parks and Rec.

Someone tried to make a Cones of Dunshire game! They failed, but still admirable!

This is how to 'Treat Yo Self' like Donna and Tom.

Finally, check out the books we talked about from Nick Offerman and Amy Poehler!

Show Notes: Episode 14

Episode 14: Steve Wiebe Fancast

Great news! Stephanie and Target are no longer feuding. Rejoice!

Buy a copy of King of Kong for your very own here!

Here is the IMDb page for King of Kong.

And a trailer from YouTube!

This article on Polygon lays out the most recent developments in the Billy Mitchell cheating scandal. 

With Mitchell’s scores vacated, that means Steve Wiebe of Redmond, Washington, Mitchell’s rival in the 2007 documentary The King of Kong, is now recognized by Twin Galaxies as the first million-point scorer in Donkey Kong history.
— Owen S. Good - Polygon