Interview: Comic Courtney Gilmour talks about her JFL Homegrown win,

Posted by: Andrew Lizotte  //  January 21, 2018 @ 9:43pm

In the fall of 2017, Toronto comic Courtney Gilmour was coming off the biggest professional accolade of her comedy career: being named the co-winner (along with Montreal's DJ Mausner) of the Homegrown Comics competition at Just for Laughs Festival. The win included, among other things, a taped spot for JFL All Access on Canada's The Comedy Network, as well as a spot among the 42 feature comics at September's JFL42 comedy festival in her hometown.

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Interview: Rhys Darby on his unique brand of stand-up, The Rock's Presidential ambitions, cryptozoology, and almost dying on Mt. Kilimanjaro

Posted by: Andrew Lizotte  //  November 11, 2017 @ 3:11pm

Rhys Darby may be best-known to audiences as Murray Hewitt on the acclaimed HBO series Flight of the Conchords, but the New Zealand Army veteran is also an accomplished stand-up comic, having worked all over the globe for nearly 2 decades and put out 3 stand-up specials.

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Interview: Morocco-born francophone superstar Gad Elmaleh on the challenges and excitement of starting stand-up comedy all over in a new language

Posted by: Paul Little  //  November 9, 2017 @ 3:11pm

If you're a North American comedy fan, you may recognize Morocco-born comedian Gad Elmaleh from his various appearances over the last couple years on the talk show circuit: Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, CONAN, Late Night with Seth Meyers, and Read More  •  Comments ()

Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 25: How to Love the Taste of Water with Ben Sellick

Posted by: Paul Little  //  October 26, 2017 @ 9:20pm

Musician Ben Sellick joins us to discuss a very serious topic: how to LOVE the taste of that plain, flavourless, dull–as–dirt clear stuff we all love to hate -- water. It's a wild ride, and the improv gets, shall we say, a little BLUE (ha ha). But don't worry, we still manage to reference M. Night Shyalaman movies and borscht–slurping grandmas.

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Interview: Stand-up comic, writer, and actress Gina Brillon

Posted by: Paul Little  //  October 20, 2017 @ 12:46pm

Bronx-born comic, writer, and actress Gina Brillon started her stand-up career much earlier than most, at only 17 years old. Finding a way to fit in with the other older comics at New York City clubs -- and keeping audiences laughing along the way -- gave her experience most comics don't get until their late 20s or 30s. That early drive paid off, and Brillon made her first TV appearance over 10 years ago on Comedy Central's Live at Gotham.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 24: How to Write Metal Song Lyrics with Paul Little

Posted by: Paul Little  //  October 1, 2017 @ 5:21pm

We've got a real banger this time! "Impressario" Paul Little joins us to talk about writing metal lyrics. And we don't just talk about writing -- we write an entire song during the episode! We take a real hard look at society and expose the dark underbelly of... LISTS.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 23: How to Come Back to School as a Whole New You with RobYn Slade

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  September 12, 2017 @ 5:41pm

Are you a jock? A prep? Whatever the heck a "scene kid" is? Do you want to be? Actor/improviser RobYn Slade joins us to teach you how to reinvent yourself over the summer. Should you learn to Nollie? Work out three times? Or should you just buy some new clothes? RobYn talks about her high school wardrobe, Jesse is confused by a certain type of summer camp, and Thomas reminisces about a scary friend.

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Something Wiki This Way Comes Ep. 22: How to Eat Six Saltine Crackers in One Minute

Posted by: Jesse Bergen  //  August 11, 2017 @ 7:30pm

We're back after a little Fringe-induced hiatus! This one of our longest episodes yet, for learning one of our shortest skills: how to eat six saltine crackers in ONE MINUTE. They said it couldn't be done. They said it was impossible. Well, we SPIT in their faces, whoever they are.

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Hello Lover Episode 9: Shalom Lover with Dan Goldberg and Benji Rothman

Posted by: Melanie Dahling  //  July 9, 2017 @ 7:39pm

Melanie discusses Charlotte's conversion on Sex and the City with two nice Jewish boys: Dan Goldberg and Benji Rothman.

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Hello Lover Episode 7: Playing Old Maid with Alysa Friesen

Posted by: Melanie Dahling  //  June 25, 2017 @ 11:36pm

An episode that begins before nap time. With cameos from Alysa Lovely's little one, we glimpse into real life motherhood and ask the question: What does it mean to be an old maid?

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