Richard Johnson, prison guard, is found dead in the electric chair. Executioner Dick Flickman (Mike Mongiardi) stops by to solve it - as does the ghost of Richard himself, now trapped in the body of a horse.
Pies are eaten, letters are read, and John Potterman, CEO of the Potterman family and the prison, stops by to talk about his numerous employees, most of whom look like walls.
Marcus Doyle is found dead in the woods (the storage room at Casa Loma), and Callum Wratten (Captain Forest) (Callum Wratten) luckily geocached his way into finding it. He talks about the art of geocaching, as well as his time at sea.
Casa Loma employee Doug Freeman, a fellow geocacher tries to help, as Marcus was Captain Rooms, legendary geocacher.
And of course, everyone is down for a game of Gods, Peasants, Sailors, and Tim Hortons Bakers.
The studio legitimately experiences a partial power outage, but that won’t stop Griffin and Steve from inviting guests into their now freezing, dark house.
Frances Joy’s (Jackie Pirico) brother-in-law Preston was found dead in one of the machines at her laundromat. There’s more to meets the eye, as an affair involving Preston and his frenulum soon becomes clear.
Then Rob Sun drops by, clearly doesn’t want to be there, and then leaves. We get Hubby the Clown (and husband) instead, and he’s clearly torn up about his brother’s death.
Dolores Bin Laden (Matt Melnick), a woman with a lot of gland problems, has discovered a body in the aquarium where she works. She tries to work with Griffin and Steve to discover who may have done this, and brings her extensive knowledge of tunnels and severed heads with her.
Bill, the owner of Bill’s Fishies Palace, drops by to try and unravel the mystery of which of his employees could have committed this crime (Stephanie? Fred Claus?), and try to get his mug business back on track.
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.
In this first episode, the boys are joined by minigolf course owner Bucky Stitts (Gavin Pounds), to investigate a body found stuffed into the windmill of his course. Then, course employee Jacob stops by to help, even though he should be MANNING THE DOORS.