This week, Pitch Me Something goes on the road to help Robbin move in our special truck-based miniseries, Grinding My Gears! We’ve got new segments, returning favourites and a whole bunch of MASSIVELY outdated traffic advice. Theme song: Around the Block by the Mike Janzen Trio
Laura teaches kids about marine biology and conservation via mermaids, Maddi wonders how many of her neighbours are secret time travelers, and Sean contemplates the thought of an ancient deity with a minimum-wage job.
Left field! Over the middle! Pop fly! Home run! That’s right, we’re playing Curveball again, and these pitches are coming so thick and fast we can barely keep up!
Sean is tired of getting Obliviated every time muggles discover something weird and fantastical, and Linzi launches a veritable onslaught of pun-derful anthropomorphised kitchen gadgets.
That’s right, the Smorgasbord of Horrors is back with a heel-face turn. It’s an episode full of Xenogastronomy but (shockingly) not gastrointestinal distress, accompanied by some sweet food-themed pitches! Theme Song: Around the Block by the Mike Janzen Trio
Laura puts a dark new twist on a tale as old as time, and Browen contemplates a hauntingly unfinished love story.
Sean solves the ancient problem of playing D&D with more than 5 people and Laura faces the grim reality of an eventual Harry Potter Reboot. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Sean investigates the possibility of a Daily Bugle Spider-Man spin-off, and BJ pitches his absolutely radiant She-Hulk tv series. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Sean turns an urban environment into a high speed playground, Arjun brings fun back to the joyless world of Marvel’s Iron Fist, and Laura expands Hiccup and Toothless’s world even further with the threat of Roman invasion. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Sean thinks professional team-building retreats should feature a few more broadswords, Jessie terrifies us with the image of a world overrun by super-smart rodents, and Laura warns us why you shouldn’t tell your high school sweetheart your secret identity. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.