Laura’s tired of drinking the holiday koolaid eggnog, Raven gets snowed in on the highway on the way home for the holidays, and just like last year we have way too many guests crammed into our Christmas special! Featuring Robbin Wai, Raven McBride, and Zenon Teodorczyk.
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 We’ve got new segments, returning favourites and a whole bunch of MASSIVELY outdated traffic advice.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
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!
For the first episode of 2019, Sean unveils the brand new pitch game he’s been working on. Thrill as the Frankly Implausible team slap together brilliant new story ideas out of thin air! These pitches come at you from angles you never expected — and that’s why we call the game Curveball. Theme Song: Around […]
Frankly Implausible’s top 3 guests return in part 2 of our Holiday Special! This time, Sean pitches the Tolkien/Christmas crossover Peter Jackson is too scared to adapt. Also debuting this week: the magical new segment Once A-Pawn A Time by Natalie Martin. Featuring Guests: Raven McBride, Robbin Wai and Natalie Martin Theme song Around the […]
In this all-new Holiday Special, Laura takes a beloved family classic- and drives it straight off the road. Revolution, vengeance, and sugar plum dreams await in… The Fight Before Christmas.
In an episode Laura has specifically prohibited Sean from calling “Catch ‘Em All Fever”, Laura breaks down the many, many other things Newt Scamander could have been doing to fill two hours of screen time and Sean pitches a Pokemon origin story that answers some long-held questions about the world of Pokemon- and features zero […]
It’s Mother’s Day! Laura explores the busy life of a housewife-slash-professional-assassin, Sean likes watching Star Trek with his mom, and Robbin loves Mr. T almost as much as he loves his mother. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.