The city of Vancouver is a beautiful place. Its mountains, ocean and forest are a big draw for people from around the world. But is it the kind of city you’d like to live in, or just visit? Edmonton’s Peter Brown says it’s a fine city to visit, while home town hero, Charlie Demers wonders why everyone doesn’t want to live there. Then we tackle the question of cash bars at weddings? Paul Bae says no way. While bride to be Julie Kim doesn't want a bunch of drunks around on her big day.
Real talent is rare. So, if children show exceptional ability, should parents push them to succeed at the highest level? Dave Hemstad thinks so but Katie-Ellen Humphries says, no way. Then Kyle Bottom and Ivan Decker debate whether video games are a waste of time.
When it comes to super powers, would you rather have invisibility or flight. Sean Cullen wants to fly, but DeAnne Smith would rather no one sees her. Then Ron Sparks and Mark Farrell get esoteric, with a debate about whether the debate they're having is actually a real debate.
Has BC environmentalism gone too far? Glen Foster thinks it has, while Wes Borg defends the West Coast ways. Then it's a debate about house hold chores and whether laundry or grocery shopping is worse with Ivan Decker and Erica Sigurdson.
Laurie Elliott tries to convince Derek Seguin that salad is way better than soup. He, of course, will have none of it. Then Ali Hassan and David Pryde embark on a debate about servants. Should we all have them if we can afford them, or is the idea just too old fashioned?