Gina and Paul get ready for patio season with a selection of low-alcohol radlers, including two from Waterloo Brewing. Gina also yells at her garbage man, answers a question about sensitive neighbour relations and gets fired up at Paul for mocking her purchase of off-brand soda.
Gina and Paul are back with another socially distanced episode, this time having done a curbside drop of some of Gina’s favourite Gibson’s whisky. The duo try both the sterling and 12-year aged varieties while catching up on creative pursuits during lockdown, a classic Mother’s Day photo and Gina’s unique complaints about feminine facial hair.
A very special Mother’s Day episode sees Gina and Paul filling their glasses with Canadian rye whiskey, by way of Dillon’s and Crown Royal Northern Harvest. Naturally, this leads to talk of Gina’s tiny legs and the balls she’s been suggested to hold between them. The duo also get existential and give advice to their future and past selves while reminiscing of Gina being leashed on the front lawn as a child, so there’s that.