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  • Kristie Gunter And Old Man Jones Jun 01 2018
    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.
  • Kristie Gunter And Stella Apr 21 2017
    It's a double murder on this week's Killed to Death. Dolores Thump (Kristie Gunter) first finds her husband dead, and goes to the attic to reminisce on his old iPhone. Once there, she also finds the corpse of the man she's been having an affair with for most of her life. And also, ghost children. Stella, one of the children, then stops by, and Dolores' home of cocaine, wolves, and pretend turtles is explored. Guess which host is too far from his mic! (Near the end, the answer's both!)
  • Women in Comedy Aug 20 2015
    This week Rob Norman does his best impression of Ira Glass! It’s an entire episode dedicated to the stories of funny women across North America: Stacey Hallal (Portland), Stacey McGunnigle (Los Angeles), Jan Caruana (Toronto), Ashley Botting (Toronto), Susan Messing (Chicago), and Kristie Gunter (Toronto). Music design by Steve Cruickshank and the Brunswick Project. Special musical thanks to Anne Douris. With music from Stella Ella Ola, and Token.
  • 079: Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs – with Kristie Gunter Jun 29 2015
    The Nice Guys flawlessly recreate “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs”. Featuring the hilarious Kristie Gunter!

    Famous Quote: “I’m very succesful … for having a dead family.”