Mar 26, 2011
Johnny Scoop reminisces about the price of pop and cigarettes back in the day, explains why sandwich boards are built for land, not vehicles, admits to cowering in the shadow of the almighty Canucks, and tells us how the Olympics very nearly ruined him.
Mar 19, 2011
Ryan Hamilton, best known for his two turns on NBC's Last Comic Standing, has a face made for comedy. And, luckily, an act to match. You can't see the mug on this podcast, but we talk about it. That, and a whole lot more, such as why the press insists on commenting on said visage and the fact he works clean and...
Mar 19, 2011
Pete Johansson on location from a Starbucks. With coffee in hand, the former and future Vancouver stand-up comic talks about comedy as art, the elevation of sports in society, abortion and the importance for young comics to move away. Hilarious stuff, I think you'll agree!
Mar 14, 2011
Ex-pats Craig Campbell and Phil Nichol left Canada (separately) years ago. Now they're fixtures on the UK comedy scene. They give us a cautionary tale about drinking with Mike Wilmot, discuss getting arrested for swearing, talk of Phil's days with Corky and the Juice Pigs, and rail against the PC movement vis a vis...
Mar 9, 2011
Larke Miller isn't just another pretty face. She's an honours student, in fact (despite not going to high school) who writes great jokes. The Vancouver native talks about living in Hollywood for ten years, doing Craig Ferguson (the show, not the man), performing in AA meetings and prisons, and how to disqualify a judge...