Similar to accents, but this logs all the funny impressions.
Amanda does a terrible impression of Matthew McConaughey about making pancakes.
Dave jumps in with an impression of Amanda inferring that her Matthew McConaughey impression was more like Bill Cosby impression.
Graham jumps in with an impression of Bill Cosby making pancakes.
Finally, Dave does an exaggerated impression of Matthew McConaughey.
Charlie compares the new recording studio to Woody Allen at the end of Manhattan, and does an hilarious impression.
Charlie does an impression of someone having sex with a costitute (cosplaying prostitute) and embarrasses Graham and Dave by shouting Cuuuuuuum!
"These are East Van crow omlettes" - Charlie's impression of a snobby East Van café waiter.
"Well hold on a fucken second, we could do better than this shit" - Charlie's impression of a snow shoe designer that breaks the mould of the tennis racquet shape.
"And if you don't, you were him, the guy the kid with the crow egg sandwich" - Charlie on weird kids at school.
Charlie does an impression of a French grape stomper who talks about stomping grapes with tanks in World War II.
Graham does an impression of a young kid in school asking the teacher, Charlie Demers, if the cat is laughing.
"Thunderbirds... we are a go" - Charlie's hilarious Italian Thunderbirds impression.
"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.
"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.
"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.
Amanda Brooke Perrin returns to talk vermin, classic rock, and underwear.
Comedian Charlie Demers returns to talk professoring, pigeons, and the weird kid in class.
Comedian and writer Charlie Demers returns to talk about book clubs, Adele, moving, and Bob Balaban.