Comedian and writer Charlie Demers returns to talk about book clubs, Adele, moving, and Bob Balaban.
Graham's Introduction of Dave: A man who was born just very close, suspiciously close to John Lennon's death day: Mr. Dave Shumka.
The first segment in each episode where the guest, Dave and Graham take it in turns to discuss their week.
The business segment of the show where the lads play some ads for other episodes on the Maximum Fun network, play Jumbotron messages, and MaxFun Drive when it's running.
"Dave, shut up! Some weeks Hulk Hogan giveth, and some weeks Hulk Hogan taketh away" Graham gives you the latest and greatest on the world-famous wrestler, Hulk Hogan.
Happy birthday probable celebrity!
Graham, Dave and the guest discuss things they have overheard or overseen, then they read overheards sent in via email and finally they listen to overheards left on the voicemail.
Charlie cuts in before he's announced with a funny accent.
Charlie introduces himself as Randy Bachman.
Graham does an impression of a young kid in school asking the teacher, Charlie Demers, if the cat is laughing.
Graham brings up terrifying jobs which leads to the following conclusion: sniper, war or snake stuff, animal touching or caressing, and lolcat euthanist.
"Thunderbirds... we are a go" - Charlie's hilarious Italian Thunderbirds impression.
Charlie refers to Davie Street as being in the Gay Crevice of Vancouver.
"Did you think this would be a bigger place?" - Charlie starts his old New York City cabby impressions with a bang.
"Where to? The tiniest room in the world?" - Graham continues Charlie's old New York City cabby impression.
"Excuse me Kaprite, I'll be coming down just to see my chandelier" - Charlie's impression of a posh person going to just look at their stuff in storage.
"Took the piss" as Adele would say.
"Did you think this was a bigger breakfast table?" - Charlie continues his hilarious old New York City cabby impression.
"You know you kids, I've been listening to your answering machine messages" - Charlie's impression of Piers Morgan.
"Consider yaself at 'ome" - Charlie's impression of Bob Balaban.
"We've been taking the piss out of Bob Balaban, he's the only thing that cheers us up since John Lennon got popped" - Charlie in his best British accent.
Graham reads an overheard sent in by a listener about a kid smashing two toys yelling "huggen' and kissin'" over and over.
"What, did you think this was going to be a bigger forest?" - Charlie forgets his old New York City cabby character's accent, but does it anyway.
Charlie assumes an overheard from Baltimore is actually from The Wire. WMDs! Pandemic!
"We are noot" - Graham's "Canadian" accent kicks in.