Who says cartoons can't be educational? Not Luke and Stu as today's episode teaches them all about Christie, Cleopatra and C'Shakespeare. ALSO: Luke's Space Jam: A New Legacy review!
Luke and Stu explore the three things that bring happiness to any red-blooded human: love, money and hair.
It's a surprisingly Warners-light episode as Stu and Luke tackle the responsibilities of eating well, minding your children and not being a pigeon.
Stu and Luke strap themselves in for an episode of Biblical proportions as Slappy and the Warners inflict torture on a pair of right old sods.
Yeehaw, boy howdy and whatever else you lot say. This episode, Stu and Luke are subjected to an America-centric episode, which is also what we call global events that happen.
Stu and Luke are off to the movies with this one as the Warners and Goodfeathers pay homage to some classic flicks!
Luke and Stu explore life and death this time, with the Grim Reaper himself causing consternation for the Warners, the Hip Hippos beginning their lives anew and. for balance, Dot fat-shaming a nursery rhyme character.
Grab yourself a Russian stroganoff as we go a bit Romanov! Yes, this episode Luke and Stu experience three Russia-themed segments starring Pinky and the Brain, the Warners and the debuting Chicken Boo! You'll be saying "Tzar very much!" (Disclaimer: You probably won't)
Stu and Luke get musical this episode as the Warners harass Beethoven and Rita and Runt meet Stradivarius, plus Mr. Skullhead turns his hand to music as well! As a 2-for-1 bonus, you get a couple of extended tangents included at the back end of this one as the hosts discuss another pair of animated cartoons that variously get on their wick for differing reasons!
With Miss Flamiel teaching the class, Luke and Stu learn the hard way that not every episode can be a winner- unlike Slappy, that is. Meanwhile, Wakko has a gas.