Evelyna Rose (Ana Marija Stojic) was ready to find love - until her date winds up dead at the restaurant. Or alive, until Poseidon drowns him. Or survives that, and then is killed by a coroner doing an autopsy. Let her think for a moment.
Clark Lark, the coroner himself, stops by to offer a contradicting tale, and Griffin must determine who is telling the truth, and who is crazy.
When a dried out body is found in the sauna at the local gym, avid gym goer AJ (Filipe Dimas) lends his expertise, a few diss tracks, and a freakishly long neck to the boys to try and get to the bottom of it.
One of the many Skip Ropes at the gym also stops by, and it may or may not be NHL player Nathan MacKinnon in disguise.
Listen as the boys think that the clothing line “Affliction” is a band, and write to them about how embarrassing a mixup that is!
When a shirtless, masked teenager is found dead in a planetarium, scientist Veronica Moon (Shannon Lahaie) is brought in to figure out the culprit.
Attention is finally given to the space knife wars, and a star with a very, very funny name.
Astronaut Neill Blomkamp (not to be confused with the film director) talks about the training program run out of the planetarium, involving knives, trampolines, and classic zingers.
Murder bad - Chrysler Good!
Gord Willing (Matt McCready), famed horse jockey, and 18 time triple crown winner, found his opponent dead at the start of the race.
They discuss streetcar marriage, exploding horses, legs made of bees, and the eternal battle of math vs. voodoo.
Defending the side of voodoo is Voodoo Pete, a man who can only talk in riddles, who the boys talk to over Skype.
You might NEVER leave!
When a recruit in the army is found dead, his General (Dave Burke) stops by to try to figure out the crime. They delve into their history (kissin’), and what the recruit may have been doing in a giant hole in the ground.
Seth Rogen happened to be there as well (the base served as the set for Kung Fu Panda 3), so he stops by to share some knowledge, and laugh.
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.