Mark is back with an episode about a neighbour throwing faces on him and other wonderful stories.
Mark solves 90 percent of the world’s car accident problems and reveals his son swears like a drunken trucker.
Mark is back after two months to blab about the Raptors, smokers, and looking cool.
Mark tries to teach his kid how to fight off a special needs bully.
Mark craps on about broken rib, insurance, and Lionheart.
Mark talks about bringing home a new baby. It’s his baby.
Mark and fellow comic, Darryl Purvis, drive the highways of Ontario yapping about standup comedy, singing, and pedophiles.
Mark talks about dropping his kid off at nursery school, the carnivore diet, and how Howie Mandel and Just For Laughs almost destroyed everything.
Mark considers taking a hiatus from comedy only to find out he can’t.
Mark has decided to go against his instincts.
Mark talks about his shows in Kingston, his kid’s obsession with German heavy metal, and the fight that breaks out in an Ottawa comedy club.
Mark yells about the joys of Christmas and needing to save someone’s life.
Mark rails on about the cold he got, crappy pay in comedy and Navy Seals getting up at 4:30.
Mark and hilarious comedian, Darryl Purvis, go to a private birthday party gig they are sure is certain death.
Mark yells about Christmas gigs and meditating.
Mark yammers about watching the Haunting of Hill House, Keanu Reeves, and home organizers.
Mark blabs incoherently about Africa and his perverted toddler.
Mark yammers about the legal age of dope, houses, and denting his car.
Mark yammers about seeing Irish dads in the park and doing your own research.
Mark yammers about his 100th episode, having a second kid, and giving himself colon cancer.
Mark talks about his awesome visit to the south of France and manages to complain the whole time.
Mark yells about his upcoming trip to France, people wearing shoes in the house, and America’s Got Talent.
Mark talks about how he is as old as dirt and how Ottawa may be turning into an exciting city.
Mark yaps about his son’s second birthday and how everyone, including comedians, sucks right now.
Mark is back from his hiatus and possibly even more unhinged. Listen to him talk about the Radiohead concert, visiting Newfoundland, and needing to move.
Mark yammers about the World Cup, France, Sumo and Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
Mark talks about heart attacks and interfering in his neighbour’s life.
Mark yaps about how the internet has made people more stupid than he thought possible.
Mark rambles about his anniversary and becoming the greatest photographer ion the world.
Mark rants about the latest health crazy of mailing your own feces.
Mark blabs about being a bad dad on Father’s day, a kid’s soccer game, and arm-chair quarterbacks.
Mark yells about being invisible at the gym, having a toddler in a thunderstorm and how the middle class is disappearing.
Mark yammers about a heckler, and his kid watching youtube. Mark just might be a terrible parent.
Mark blabs about his kid’s first soccer game and wanting to go to an old age home in his 40’s.
Mark rails on about how buying things can make you happy, meeting a tesla engineer, and how almost every politician is a piece of crap.
Mark yammers about buying an air conditioner and the Samantha Bee / Roseanne nonsense.
Mark rails on about how gross he looks in gym clothes and how he is in a war with his downstairs neighbour.
Mark yammers about the emergence of “Nice-guy comedy” and the Keto Diet.
Mark yammers about being at a super long wedding and making the exact wrong decision at the exact wrong time.
Mark yaps about taking his son to a park with hot ladies and the fact that Canadians were terrible to Russian hockey players.
Mark rails on about Brad Marchand, the Raptors losing, and being a particular douchebag based on the car you drive.
Mark yaps about finally buying a new car from profession scam artists and being depressed. What’s funnier than depression? Nothing. A dark void of nothing.
Mark screams about trying to buy a car.
It’s Mark’s 40th birthday and he spent it chasing a toddler with a potty.
Mark yaps about old ladies, living longer, and life beginning at 40.
Mark talks about Easter, his enemies, and his toddler ogling women.
Mark yaps about his nosy old-lady neighbour, Bill Hader, and reevaluating his life.
Mark talks about his shows in Kingston, his kid falling on his head, and a handsome Korean man.
Mark rants about George Bush’s blues concert, deathbed confessions, and CPR.
Mark gets together with his neighbours to have a playdate with his toddler and, of course, drink rum and coke.