TMZ 204 Buzz On Dude, Where’s My Ferret?

POT TV – The Mernahuana Zone with Matt Mernagh & Lisa Campbell and produced by Vapor Central CEO Chris Goodwin. Since The Mernahuana Zone debut webcast we’ve seen a steady growth in bring your own cannabis vapor lounges in much smaller communities. Congrats to advocates there for stepping up and bringing some cannabis culture to their community. Ottawa’s BUZZ ON is the latest to be added to our list and we’ll interview owner Wayne Robillard from his budding business.

What’s better than a stoner film? A stoner film featuring an adorable animal! TMZ will Alison Parker, director of Dude, Where’s My Ferret? an adorable comedy featuring Feret Bueller. Park has directed three successful animal comedies all featuring ferrets and , which probably means she’s a little ferret-y herself.

Tune in Tuesday May 5 720-1020pm to find out!


745PM Alison Park via Skype
845PM Buzz ON via Skype


820pm Crop King Seeds 420 Bud Swap, watch stoners trade cannabis with each other narrated by Erin Goodwin.
920pm Bud Buddy The Weight Is Right, watch stoners guess the correct weed weight from our co-sponsor #WhoCaresGetDoped.

Matt Mernagh is the author of Marijuana Smoker’s Guidebook The Easy Way To Identify and Enjoy Marijuana Strains. On sale now from Amazon, Urban Outfitters or iTunes.

Lisa Campbell is Principal Consultant at Mobile Revolutions and Outreach Director at the Canadian Students for Sensible Drug Policy. Principal Consultant University Alumnus.


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