Ben is a real human with a real human brain. When you talk to him, he thinks about what you said, then he thinks about what to say in reply, then he says it. He uses his real brain to do this. Ben is not connected to the wifi, nor is he being controlled by some crazy “Twitch plays Pokémon” style website. That’s hilarious, how do you come up with crazy ideas like that? Haha, this is why I like hanging out with you– you have such ludicrous ideas. Haha.
Return To Zinnder
The latest descendent of Zinn Skenekticus Gardeen, our prophet from the future where we’re worshipped as gods, returns blah blah blah, but the real attraction here is that he’s brought his previously unknown roommate Alan Bullion with him and Alan is so cool. So cool.
Gus S2E7 – Meet Peedgu and Deedgu (Featuring Meg Ansteensen and Cole Wadsworth)
As an apology for fishing away the lives of a family of mealworms, Bront has Gus create mech suits for the two surviving worms, Peedgu and Deedgu. Two Worms are […]
Gus S2E6 – Meet Astronaut Ed Busz (with Ryan Archibald)
Ed Busz, played by Ryan Archibald, comes for a visit. The boys go to the dark side of the moon and eat Johnny Rockets. Ryan Archibald is a Chicago Improv […]
Gus S2E4 – Meet Roy Ryan, the Metaphor Man
Bront and Gus are joined by their old friend Roy Ryan, the Metaphor Man (played by Jonathan Pitts). Looks like it is time for Gus to learn his lesson.
Empathy with Jonathan Pitts
Jonathan Pitts is an award-winning international theatre artist from Chicago. He’s a creator, director, improviser, performer, producer, and teacher. He co-founded the Chicago Improv Festival and produced it for 20 years. […]
Gus S2E3 – Meet Dr. Penelope Pulaski
While working to give Katrina superpowers, Dr. Penelope Pulaski arrives from the Star Trek universe with a special mission for the gang. GINA RICKICKI has been bringing her character-based fun to […]