Baroness Von Sketch Show Season 2
S02 E01Jun 27, 2017
It Satisfies on a Very Basic Level Jun 27, 2017 A spontaneous engagement dinner out at a restaurant turns into a commentary on marriage. In a post-apocalyptic world, the women survivors discuss their decision to banish men, historically society's oppressors, from this life. When purchasing alcohol at a store, a middle aged woman is carded, but not for the reason she initially believes. At a museum, a group of women are on a guided tour of an anthropological exhibit of how menstruating women are treated in history. At an art gallery social, a partnered lesbian couple have troubles understanding each other in their non-verbal gestures of what not to say in front of a newly separated friend. A group of female office co-workers talk about their plans for the imminent long weekend, if they have any plans at all. A group of women at a party shun what are considered today's poisons, such as sugar and gluten. Two male city works crew members on a break talk about the "smokin'" woman they see on a restaurant outdoor patio. A pregnant woman going through a home birth receives an unexpected person among the birthing team in the form of a Deb. At the North Humberlancashire police station, an officer gets bad news after bad news when she asks "what's happenin'?", but nothing that a good cuppa tea wouldn't help. Two women playing craps have a battle of the good luck charms and rituals.
S02 E02Jul 4, 2017
Don't Call Me Ma'am Jul 4, 2017 During a medical emergency in a hospital emergency ward, a friend of the seriously ill patient has a specific job in this dire situation. A new mother's revelation about the empowerment she feels gets a surprising yet not so surprising response from one of her friends. Two women admiring an old photograph in an antique shop have their own stereotypical impressions of the behind the scenes of the photo, which may not be reality. A woman addicted to her electronic devices finds out just how distracted she is. In a business meeting, Tina can't help but ask a quick question, or two. In a city park, a woman can't help but have a photo shoot moment with a parks worker. After getting the official office tour, new employee Betty gets the "official" office tour from co-worker Veronica. A couple actually is able to find a detached residence for under $1 million in the City of Toronto. The Red Wine Ladies are seated at table 56 of 56 at a wedding banquet, the tables which will have access to the buffet dinner in chronological order. A lesbian couple, in a drought sexually, decide to incorporate some role play which may get them to where they want. A woman turning forty is looking to get the perfect tattoo to mark the milestone. And a dance circle at a party takes a slightly too realistic and inappropriate turn.
S02 E03Jul 11, 2017
I Can't Vote Jul 11, 2017 The coach of a girls' hockey team has a comprehensive list of thank yous in her pre-game pep talk. A couple aboard the sinking Titanic negotiate what they individually will do in the crisis. A no-talking policy in a women's sauna takes on a Catch-22 situation with a group of women. The contamination of a homicide crime scene by one of the detectives, a harried mother, leads to an unexpected quarantine of certain evidence. A group of women compare how they got their beach bodies. A woman having a vaginal exam has some inappropriate thoughts based partly on a recent encounter. A woman at a bar gets overly excited hearing an oldie. Abbie Johnston, having lost her wallet and needing to replace her plastic, has more pressing issues when she runs into her old beau, Shayne, at the bank. Women who order a Bloody Mary at a specific bar get what they request, but not quite what they want. Of three female coworkers, one has a slightly different experience with a sleep talk app - it which records what one says when one is sleeping - than the other two. In a competition between women scientists and men scientists to come up with a creation that will benefit humanity the most, one team has a decided edge because of one specific feature of their creation. And a group of women give as a birthday gift for a coworker a personalized song written by an online songwriter, the song largely based on any talk between them and around the office about her.
S02 E04Jul 18, 2017
Taco and a Hair Flip Jul 18, 2017 Lynn, a mother, makes a non-typical speech at her daughter's wedding reception. At a girls only getaway to the cottage, the hostess, with an ulterior motive, places a damper on the festivities with all the house rules. Tammy, having lunch in the lunch room with some female co-workers, is determined to like her healthy lunch to the shame of the others, even if it kills her. At a women's only gym, a new member is deciding which workout routine she wants to do, each one named for the woman member who inspired it. Melanie, called into her boss' office, is confused as to the problem with a work related email request sent to a coworker. The new pastor at a church is giving the eulogy for Don, a parishioner she didn't know. A young woman using a computer at a library assists an elderly patron seated next to her with a very personal email being sent to her granddaughter. Two co-workers are addicted to hitting the targets on their fit-bits, while their other co-workers are addicted to hitting the targets on their own alternative type of bits. Two women are enthralled by their friend's blanket scarf, which is, in turn, overshadowed by the even more upper scale garment worn by another of the restaurant customers. A couple, who has rented a vacation apartment, gets the official tour of the place from the owner, the tour which isn't quite what they expect. And a woman hosts a party - she setting up a gift registry for it - the reason for celebration which is not specified to her guests until they arrive with gifts in hand.
S02 E05Jul 25, 2017
Don't Make Me Send a Lawyer Up There Jul 25, 2017 A woman into the trend of adult coloring takes her passion a little too far. Janet Cooper perhaps wishes she didn't win the contest which is allowing her to make herstory. Two women satisfy their chocolate craving with Tinder Surprises. A discussion about Thanksgiving dinner morphs to a deeper discussion about social consciousness, the four women in the process demonstrating how socially conscious they really are. A woman at a bar, concerned about who looks to be the sleazy guy eyeing her, ultimately requires the help of another kindly female customer to get her out of the jam with the guy. Coworkers have a battle of oneupmanship in the reason they can't get sick and the measures they take not to get sick. Janet, having a mammogram for the first time, is having troubles following the directions of the technician, who in turn has her own agenda. Four women out for lunch eye all the tasty sounding items on the menu, but can easily narrow their choice to what they will order. Laura, being harassed online by her ex-boyfriend Travis, reports it to the police, the dealing officer who focuses on certain aspects of the report. A wife goes to increasingly extraordinary measures not to hear her husband's snoring. Caitlin receives advice from her mother about her current transition into womanhood. And a couple do whatever they can to be featured on the kiss cam at a televised hockey game.
S02 E06Aug 1, 2017
It's a Garment of Liberty Aug 1, 2017 Staff at a media company discuss potential new advice columns ranging in topics but with a few common factors. A woman shopping for a new black dress finds one aspect of a certain dress liberating despite its other liabilities. An insomniac goes to a pot shop to get some relief for her sleep issue, and gets some unexpected but more effective relief for it. Two friends out for a meal together fight over the bill but agree on other things having to do with their money. The women in a yoga class have a preconceived notion of another of their classmates, a woman of seeming South Asian descent. Coworkers talk about their "work family" but have issues with others talking about their work families. Seeing that others in a check-out line have brought their own reusable grocery bags, a woman with a lot of items is determined not to use any plastic bags provided by the cashier. Two couples sitting next to each other in a park have differences in opinion about what is appropriate in public. It's Friday afternoon, and coworkers Lori and Val have a text conversation about the loose plans they made on Tuesday to hang out after work today, hang out together which neither really wants to do. A couple have just purchased a house, and are advised by the real estate agent about the neighborhood norms to which they should get adjusted and immersed. A group of female friends visit Claire and her newborn son Felix for the first time, Emily who has some issue with the conversation about him. A couple in bed are trying to deal with their cat jumping into bed with them. Karen, riding her bike, sees her friend Gigi on the sidewalk, their encounter based on Karen's need to get to work. And a group of friends sitting outside one dark evening make wishes upon the stars.
S02 E07Aug 8, 2017
You've Reached the Voicemail of Tracy Herrity Aug 8, 2017 Two snipers, in a combat situation, end up being fixated on a certain aspect of their walkie talkie communication with each other. After an interview with a candidate, the hiring for an office job position ends up being decided by what seems to be the company criteria, which does not include relevant academic or professional experience. A guy in a truck goes cruising for "chicks", not going about the process the right way for what he really wants. At a clothing store check-out, the clerk and the customer get into a battle about the store's policy of collecting personal information, the clerk who has an ulterior motive. Three single female friends lament to their married female friend the nature of online dating which often includes the men sending pornographic photos of their privates. At a party, a woman wants to make a French exit, or perhaps not. A woman standing on the street believes she sees the Grim Reaper approaching her. A woman at a restaurant wants to wait for her friend before ordering, but may have other thoughts in her heart about the matter. In a series of vignettes, women rest their breasts. Tracy Herrity asks for a critique of her office voice message, she unsure if the latest sounds weird, especially as, to her, it sounds not as she herself hears her voice. An office worker believes everything is better served in a Mason jar. A group of women in a sauna talk about menopause, they who are not where they seem. And the administrative staff at RZP Financial are discussing their float for this year's Pride Parade, one staffer who wants to do something more fitting to their corporate image than their usual of solely of hunky gay guys wearing tight tank tops in their corporate green color.