In which Joe Pera, a middle school choir teacher, presents to viewers the importance of Northern Michigan geology, especially iron. Also copper, azurite, tourmaline, and Lake Superior agate.
In which Joe Pera takes viewers for Saturday morning breakfast at his favorite family restaurant.
In which Joe Pera takes viewers along on his "Fall Loop," the drive he does every year on the Saturday following Halloween.
In which Joe Pera attempts to show viewers how to properly dance by yourself at a co-worker's wedding.
In which Joe Pera attempts to talk viewers back to sleep on a rainy night.
In which Joe Pera reads the announcements at church (second Sunday of Advent).
In which Joe Pera attempts to present a spirited New Year's Eve celebration to viewers as well as his neighbor's five-year-old daughter, whom he is babysitting.
In which Joe Pera and the school's band teacher, Sarah Conner, put together a musical based on the Alberta Rat Control Program that has kept the Canadian province rat-free since 1950.
In which Joe Pera answers viewers' questions about cold weather sports such as ice hockey, downhill skiing, snowmobiling, and luge.
Joe Pera provides the information necessary to choose the perfect Christmas Tree for you. Species covered will include the Fraser Fir, Balsam Fir, Douglas Fir, White Spruce, Blue Spruce, Grand Fir, Noble Fir, Scotch Pine, and the Concolor Fir.
Joe Pera makes an honest attempt to talk you to sleep using mild jokes and low-key stories.