Karaoke Fun Time
This episode introduces our host and his struggles at home as contestants play Karaoke Fun Time, a singing competition with a twist.
In this final episode our old host is pushed to the limits by the new host during a trivia game that's dedicated to the greatest actor ever.
What's in the Box?
Our host moves in with his cousin Ryder and allows him to be a contestant to play What's in the Box?, a game where participants reach into a mystery box and guess which item is inside.
Poo in a Box
After becoming interested in a shady infomercial our host plays Poo in a Box with a trio of contestants that have to guess which animal has defecated in a box.
Convince Me God Exists
An overly optimistic co-host is assigned to the show to help our host while he struggles to maintain his issues. Contestants play Convince Me God Exists, a game where they have to convince an atheist that God exists in 10 seconds or less.
Can I Have a Sip
Our host reaches out to a help hotline as the contestants play Can I have a Sip? a game where the players have to obtain a sip from a stranger without using words.
Human Hunk Tetris
After failing to find a babysitter for his uncontrollable son, our host moderates Human Hunk Tetris: a game where contestants race to put greased up male models in the shapes framed on the floor.
After our host ingests mysterious pills from Ryder's bathroom the contestants play Art Battle, a colouring contest where opponents draw images displayed on a screen.
Our down on luck host seeks the help of the contestant as they play a scavenger hunt game to find him items to get him back on his feet again.
British Man Dem: How to Grow a Sound
The UK grime scene is growing in popularity in North America
Cloud Versus Cloud: The Art Installation Mirroring the Spectacle of the Modern News Cycle
We met up with artist Mitchell F. Chan to check out his new installation which is a spectacle of 2 clouds colliding.
Extended Cut: Chris Jericho on Wrestling, His Band Fozzy and Making Music With Kenny G
VICE's Damian Abraham recently caught up with Chris Jericho while he was in Toronto to talk about why his fans can always count on a quality product