Episode 40 features Alissa Mauti, a high school student who tells us a story about how her bus driver got into a collision with a car on their way to the science centre. The live studio audience gets kicked out of the studio for misbehaving, and we talk about our favourite superheroes.
In Episode 23 Marky talks about his live performance at OM Mackillop Public School and how a kid was sticking his blue tongue out at him. Marky proceeded to write a song on the spot called Blue Tongue and is featured on this show. Marky Monday also talks about his inspiration Fred Penner and plays his song The Cat Came Back.
Episode 18 talks about an experience at a recent live performance at the Richmond Hill Centre for the Performing Arts where a person in the audience fainted and an ambulance was called to the scene. Marky explains how to be dynamic and flexible in unpredictable situations. The episode features two songs from that night performed by Marky and Isabella Tomaso, Me To We and Be The Change.