This week we are joined by former Mr. Asia contestant, Brandon. Gavin brings in the issue of the Toronto police shifting towards grey police cruisers. Meanwhile Brandon talks about the upcoming US presidential elections and of which candidate is the lesser of two evils.
Afterwards, Jack – who has deemed Brandon a fellow love guru – asks him some questions in regards to chasing girls.
This week we dedicate the entire episode towards a topic very near-and-dear to us: Jack. The show begins with Gavin retelling an anecdote about why Jack is the issue this week. The gang is joined by Jack’s high school role model, Louie, who comments on Jack’s personal growth throughout the years. Later on, friend-of-the-show Jenny drops by the studio and talks about what she likes (and dislikes) about the self-proclaimed International Love Guru.
Afterwards, Jack interviews Jenny to gain a deeper understanding of the female psyche when it comes to dating and relationships.
This week Gavin brings in the issue of whether migrants should sacrifice their own customs in favour of their new host countries. Meanwhile, Jack – still reeling from the aftershock of his trip – talks about how Canadian society can be improved by following Asian countries.
Afterwards, Jack addresses his decision to retire as the love guru in his latest statement.
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The second season of DIU Podcast kicks off with the return of Jack and Kyle from their three-week long trip to Asia. Join in this week, as the returning duo recount the adventures, the mishaps, and the self-realizations gained through travel.
According to infoplease: Chinese is the most widely spoken language in the world (approximately 1,197,000,000 speakers) followed by Spanish (approximately 414,000,000) and then English (approximately 335,000,000).