Health food magnate Veronica Healthbottom (Meg MacKay) finds employee Pibbly Bibbet dead in her factory, stabbed along his spine.
Suspicions range from Dab, her Sun, to French Carl, to a terrifying sewing machine.
Business as usual on the 150th Episode of Killed to Death, as hosts Shannon Lahaie and Gavin Pounds attempt to solve yet another crime.
This time, a member of an online poker game is discovered dead, and his opponents Dust Crisis (Steve Cooke) and Full Dan (Griffin Toplitsky) attempt to sort through exactly went wrong.
There is tragedy in the beaches when a man is found dead in the sand in his perfectly coiffed tinfoil suit. Evan Hoopsick (Rob Baker) is a beaches resident, as is his personal alarm clock, The Smoking Man, and they recount their own personal investigation into the case.
Mike "The Pork" Miller is found dead before his pickup basketball game - and while it's not the kind of basketball she's used to, Lillian DeVos (Erica Gellert) was his childhood companion, and is determined to find out what happened.
Security guard Doug Punch (Kristie Gunter) finds the body of DJ Syk at the music festival he was working. He talks about the festival, his crushes, and ritualistic murders.
Speaking of audio, this episode has some interesting quirks in sound quality.
Patrick Sharpentier (Adam Christie), sports team/Casino owner, finds best friend and musician Steve Bond dead at the New Dundee Casino.
Then, the coolest conceivable man, a Dude from Kitchener, stops in, and reveals a devastating secret.
Couch Lou's drinking partner is found dead in the back of a pickup truck in a field. Who better to talk to then Coach Lou (Connor Low), court-mandated little league coach, and founder of whiskets?
The answer ends up being immortal being of time, and current manager of the Toronto Blue Jays, John Gibbons.
A barista is found dead at Indie Coffee Shop, the Indie Coffee Shop, and fellow barista Marcie (Sandra Battaglini) tries her best not to be bitter about it.
Marcie's cool boyfriend Rocks visits, and they talk about Marcie's garbage parties, and the suspicious downed beam in the basement.