When Richard Hell (Darren Springer) returned from his California bowling/women/Charles Manson vacation, he found a surprise - a body in his suitcase.
And when pilot Colin Crumsky shows up, a larger conspiracy involving Tim Allen, cocaine, immortality and someone named “the Lizard” is unravelled.
We also get some solid conversations in with Charles Manson himself.
Happy new year! A boy is dead, and has been sewn to a goat!
Petting zoo owner, and voluntary prison inmate Thumb Samson (Tim Blair) tries to make sense out of a senseless crime, but the difference between kids (children) and kids (goat) immediately sends the boys down a well of confusion.
Rorschach, Watchman/Petting Zoo employee stops by, and together they figure out who is Shane, who is Shame, who is Sham, and who’s been eating who.
Ho ho ho! Ohhhhh Santa. Haha, shipwreck! Boing!
It's Christmas, and in celebration, the boys bring in the all-knowing Santa Claus (John Richardson) to help with their most recent case - Frank Sermon, found dead with a fire poker in his chest. Luckily, Santa, as well as his shadow Krampus, were familiar with the victim - as was Mark Harmon, star of NCIS, and current owner of Frank's vocal chords.
Get your detective brains on for this very special Christmas episode of Killed to Death.
The naked corpse of Jill Shumpert was found in the local dump - and the only resident of Dump City, Garbage Mike (Raul Delgado) has emerged from his house of books to try to figure out the case.
Tommy Tusong also appears, and is very frank about his own involvement in the death, and the local mafia.
The SS. Miles Davis sunk with the crew, and lighthouse keeper Rory McAllister (Chris Leveille) suspects another ship of sabotage. He tells us of his lighthouse (tent), childhood (in a Canadian Tire), and wife (the Devil).
Then Bratty McDowel (star of a 90's rake commercial) stops by, as does other Rory, Louise, Will, and Denzel Washington. And yes! You do get to hear them all talking to eachother!
Safe House hits theatres this Wednesday.
Antoine Timmins, former member of both his high school orchestra and hockey squad, was found dead and stuffed into a bass drum. Patrice Jenkins (Justine Riches), conductor of the school’s orchestra and hostess of pizza parties, is deeply concerned, and looks to get to the bottom of it.
Matthew the Little Drummer Boy, fellow classmate, licks some salt off some peanuts, before Reginald the Janitor and his wife Merriweather actually bring in the bass drum with the body.
Oct. 30, and we all know what tomorrow is.
Griffin’s Mom’s Birthday, and several guests drop by to celebrate. Judge TrickRTreat (Taylor Patterson) is a little concerned about the body on the guys’ porch, Mr. Ronaldsensen (Carter Pinkowski) is a little confused about who’s his child and who’s just part of his costume, Commissioner Susan Gordon (Jason Szwimer) is a little naked, and Griffin is a little too far away from his mic.
The Toronto Blue Jays are found dead in the dugout.
We bring in Coach Jessica (Nick Nemeroff) to help, and she melts into a bucket of goo 10 minutes in, and it’s weird!
Then, after solving the murder successfully, we still hang around the podcast studio for the second half with 3rd base coach Cameron Jacobson.
Brax, famous musician, was found dead with both gunshot and strangle wounds in the studios of Funhouse Records. Executive Barry Funhouse (Aidan D’Aoust) stops by to drink, and vent about the Foo Fighters.
In an unprecedented turn of events, Steve stays for the whole podcast while Griffin passes out, and guitarist Tupac Williams drops in to provide little assistance and be yelled at.
This episode counts as a movie, if you watch it long enough.
Luke Robbins was found dead across the road from Penelope’s Vineyard (coincidently where the boys record their podcast). Penelope Lupul herself (Vicky Liu) stops by to mostly promote the vineyard, hockey rink, and go kart track.
Her daughter, Manelope Lupul, wanders down to the cellar, against the wishes of her mother, and joins in on the… fun?