S01:E101 - Olunike Adeliyi
Worlds collide as renowned actress, dancer, fencer, rapper Olunike Adeliyi (Workin' Moms, Flashpoint) spits fire and brings her deep hip hop knowledge to our very own expert; Ms Mandy Mayhem - who displays her ineptitude at charades in this vibrant interview with two of Canada's biggest rising celebrities.
S01:E102 - Nigel Downer
Rap Goddess Mandy Mayhem and former Second City star Nigel Downer (The Beaverton, Odd Squad) combine their comedy chops in this hilarious session as they recreate famous meetings between certain rap stars and political leaders, fight relentlessly over who has better taste, what the definition of "adversity" actually is, and ultimately, agree on nothing.
S01:E103 - Grace Lynn Kung
Grace Lynn Kung (Mary Kills People, Miss Sloane) graces us with her profound insight on why she doesn't talk to her heroes, why she learned sign language and why people want you most when you don't want them. Mandy Mayhem reveals why she has a rap alter ego and lets us in on how important laying on the couch is for your career.
S01:E104 - Elise Bauman
Social Media Influencer and actress Elise Bauman (Carmilla, Below her Mouth) sheds light on her experiences with homelessness, the dark underbelly of show business, and ultimately, leads Mandy into a cult that may or may not involve rapping with crackers.
S01:E105 - Pedro Miguel Arce
Pedro Miguel Arce (Incorporated, True Detective) brings his contagious laugh to the show as he discusses the difference between LA and Toronto, why famously rude people are always nice to him, and reveals to Ms Mayhem his shocking list of top five actors, including who he would like to spend time with...alone in a car. Forever. Mandy forces her guest into a round of hip hop karaoke he did not agree to.
S01:E106 - Gugun Deep Singh
The voices in Ms Mandy Mayhem's head are barely held at bay in this in depth interview with LA/Toronto based rain man Gugun Deep Singh (The Strain, Sex Sent Me to the ER) as he pours over his love of classical British actresses and gives us his borderline conspiracy theories about a certain famous rapper's departure from planet Earth and ascent into the Milky Way.