Bree gets together with Mynt, Liz and Frederick to bid farewell to Peak Show Season 2 and summer 2022 with a look at the best things that have been released so far this year.
You’re all nerds! Bree is joined by Ottawa-based digital journalist and former radio man Ted Raymond to round out Super Month. Together, they trash the nerds (sorry, nerds), discuss the origins of Wookieepedia, call BS on George Lucas, lament the gatekeeping, defend The Last Jedi and more. Utini!
Bree is joined by her pal Mike Stephens build a better Star Wars universe starring David Cross, Jennifer Coolidge and more.
Peak Show’s 2022 Super Month is here! For the first episode we talk with Eric Szyszka of the awesome We Hate Movies gang.
“Bluntman” Bree and Kyle “Chronic” Martinak team up to talk about the Gen X Jersey slacker king himself, Kevin Smith. We discuss Smith’s pivot to podcasting, the secretly sweet aspect of his marriage, his wannabe Judd Apatow phase, the impact that pot had on his humour and more. Plus: is Tusk secretly amazing?
Kelsey and her pal Jason Edwards lead the episode for a discussion on Mel Brooks.
Bree is joined by pop culture enthusiast Chelsea Jupin to discuss the books, movies, graphic novels and TV iterations of the Ann M. Martin’s The Baby-Sitters Club.
Bree is joined by Eric Peacock to discuss the varied and highly musical stylings of Matt Stone and Trey Parker, two of the most frustrating creators to ever come up on Peak Show.
What up!!! Bree and Liz are two cool girls doing a podcast for other cool people who want to hang out in our party mansion. Nothing sexual. People in good shape encouraged. If you are fat you should be able to find humour in the little things. Again, nothing sexual.
Bree and Ruin My Life co-host Kelsey Goldman discuss the Sand-man himself, Adam Sandler and why hasn’t he tried harder to make more movies on the level of Uncut Gems/Meyerowitz Stories/Punch Drunk Love?
Bree and Mynt discuss Fincher and what his most overrated movies are. Also, what would Spider-Man (2002) look like if it had been directed by David Fincher?
Uh-oh! A Peak Show emergency has forced Bree to go back into the archives and bring back the best episode you never heard! Friend of the show Mike Stephens and Bree discuss the all-timer that is King of the Hill, from the inherent way in which comedy ages like milk to the tragedies that are Bill, Dale and Peggy. If nothing else, marvel at how far the show has come.
Bree returns for another month-end pop culture recap with friend Laura Alix to discuss March in terms of pop culture disc horse. And if you listen closely, our old friend Mike Stephens just might stop by to discuss Peggy Hill.
Bree and culture writer/podcast host Elamin Abdulmahmoud detail the chronology and evolutions of country/pop/everything in between queen Taylor Swift.
Bree is joined by the lovely Patrick Hamilton of the Kill By Kill podcast to determine the peak of the formulaic but utterly fun Final Destination franchise.
Bree chills out with travelling podcast bad boi Justin Case to discuss the rise, fall and subsequent flailing of semi-disgraced Hollywood wunderkind M. Night Shyamalan.
In a surprise/experimental mini episode, Bree sits down with friend of the show and Owatanna News editor Annie Granlund to discuss the various February pop culture discourse.
Bree is joined by We Hate Movies co-host Stephen Sajdak (@stephensadjak) to discuss the meteoric rise and rather confounding fall of Canadian wonder-boy, Mike Myers.
Bree and Real Good Pros co-host Helen Marukh get together to gab about comedy and copaganda with Brooklyn 99. Can you still enjoy the show despite its unignorable propaganda?
Bree and some of the guests from the past year reunite virtually to discuss the year that was, the highlights from their episodes, what their favourite media events of the year was and what they’re looking forward to next year.
Bree is joined by her two swell pals Liz and Mike to discuss the incredibly high peaks and unfortunately low and kind of depressing valleys of the millennial staple Arrested Development.
Bree is joined by her friend, podcast hobbyist/sandwich lobbyist/author Kyle Martinak to discuss the portfolio of comedy juggernaut Judd Apatow.
Bree and Armchair Reactions co-host Gowsh put on their bright white sneakers and take a trip back to NBC’s powerhouse Thursday nights in the 90’s with a look back at Seinfeld.
Bree and journalist/editor Annie Grandlund outline their high school fave, America’s Next Top Model as they discuss Tyra’s personality, traumatizing contestants and the difference between a fun bitch and a tragic bitch.
Bree and producer/photographer Sam Brooks crack open a cold one around the (virtual) campfire to discuss known good dudes and uber-millennial Hamiltonian scamps, (the) Arkells.
Bree chats with Cam Gordon about the prolific, influential and seemingly contemptuous toward their own fame, Radiohead.
Entertainment journalist and author Frederick Blichert joins Bree for the long-anticipated Scream takedown. Fred discusses how the “survivor” aspect of Scream set it apart from its contemporaries while Bree ponders on how Scream fits into the tiresome “elevated horror” label.
Bree and screenwriter/performer Kristy LaPointe grab some JJ’s waffles and discuss the highs and lows of Parks and Recreation.
Bree and podcaster/hockey fan Kelsey Goldman (@kelseyrebecca) discuss the highs and lows of the Mighty Ducks trilogy and the recent live-action follow-up series.
Bree & José dissect the humour of the 20-something era of episodes, discuss the downfall of Itchy and Scratchy and get deep about Flanderization.
The Simpsons super-month continues! Bree and Jason Edwards dive into the unpleasant turn of The Simpsons — the Scully years — and try to reconcile their fandom with the show while finding its peak.
Bree and Ottawa-based digital journalist Ted Raymond begin to break down the buildup and the tipping point of The Simpsons.
Bree chats with audio engineer & music industry friend Luke Leveille in this special episode devoted to finding the peak of Canadian indie rock and pop.
Bree & Mynt break down the totally legitimate psychology of what made these films — and the whole torture porn genre — so popular.
Noted millennials Bree and Maggie dissect the perennially popular series The Office to determine the exact moment when the show could have (and should have) ended.
Bree and her hockey pal Liz, sit down to talk about their other big passion: dance (dance, dance, dance).
Bree sits down with known outrageous dude Mike Stephens to debate the peak of Mike Judge’s long-running phenomenon King of the Hill.
Bree is joined by YouTube political and pop culture essayist José to locate the peak of the underrated family sitcom, Malcolm in the Middle.