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"Cake" is a handcrafted assortment of bite-sized content served up to viewers as a tasty treat for the mind. Featuring a diverse array of narratives from storytellers both new and established with eclectic points of view, the carefully curated half-hour showcase features both live-action and animated comedy programs of varied length that are equal parts thought-provoking, laugh-inducing, artistic, authentic and raw (not to mention, totally gif-able). There's something for everyone and plenty to go around.

Latest episodes

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A postmodern deconstructionist love story, with a twist of kung fu troll goosing.
VOD available
A heroic dose of do-goodery.
aired 40 days ago
One is wherever one goes.
aired 40 days ago
The new LOL.
aired 47 days ago
When push comes to shove.
aired 47 days ago
Shock, regret and awe.
aired 54 days ago
Inside thoughts meet outside actions.
aired 54 days ago
Just say no and feel the yes.
aired 61 days ago
Outward persona and the struggle within.
aired 61 days ago
Identity vs. technology.
aired 68 days ago
A revival of the fittest.
aired 75 days ago
Sink or swim; take it or leave it; put up or shut up.
aired 82 days ago
Blaming it on disdain.
aired 89 days ago
Affectations, declarations and revelations.
aired 96 days ago
Sex, lies and compromise.
aired 103 days ago
All in, over and out.
aired 110 days ago
Cast off and reel it in.
aired 117 days ago
In life, what goes around comes around.
aired 124 days ago
Saddle up and bro down; oversharing is caring.
airs in 9 days
Real eyes realize real lies.
airs in 2 days
Business in the front, party in the back... woods.

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