Lights, camera, action! Wait, where’s Prunella’s parents? Not here. But we do have gold nugget factories, Soundwaft™, and Chris guilt tripping you for lack of participation. Preorder your Arthur skins today!
Hello, fresh dude! It is us, the Cool Kids, here to impart the outrageous facts Big Banana doesn’t want you to know, introduce our real-life pay wall idea, and finally challenge the tradition of gross out food contests.
Bansky makes me breathe out through my nose. Binky makes me roll on the floor laughing and fail three of my students. Appreciate Sugarbowl art pieces with us, such as “Snake Bite (on graphite)” and “Socks (on crusty)”
Hello! My name is ____! We hope you’ve got tissues next to that crystal ball of yours. In this episode; an in-depth analysis on child crime, the power of a cardigan, and lime slimes have a heart…somewhere. Do you like fudge?
No one said we couldn’t do it, but we said we could. The Big Three O. Our knees creak, our backs hurt, and we recognize the generational gap, but stick around for more flip flops and the nasty feet inside them. Here’s to you, Sugarbowlers!
We reveal our inner policy wonk in this episode that is essentially 50% law, and 50% Oliver Frensky. Chris remembers how he missed his sister’s wedding, and Eli finally gets Chris to reveal his secret to riding bikes with no seat.
What’s life about? Love? Money? Power? WRONG. It’s about the goofs, and the talkin’ in between ‘em. We remember Chris’s close encounter with a UFO, Performance Jeopardy, and Eli’s futuristic metronome lifestyle.
Oliver Frensky; third only to cleanliness, and godliness. Cleaner of streets, thrower of kids, and kind teacher of socioeconomic trends in Elwood City. There are also jokes in this episode, we promise.