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What's So Funny?

Jul 31, 2011

Roy Zimmerman is the best musical political satirist since Tom Lehrer. And just as good. We talk about music, lefty politics, Oliver North and Ray Stevens. Along the way, we listen to a few Zimmerman classics.

Jul 24, 2011

From Vegas, Dave Burleigh discusses the stigma of doing impressions, the genesis of a Las Vegas show, and why comedy and breakfast don't go together. Along the way, we're joined by former WSF? guest and new Las Vegas resident Richard Kiss.

Jul 17, 2011

Brian McKim is one half of the publishing tandem at (his wife, and fellow stand-up Traci Skene is the other half). We talked with Brian in the bar at Hooter's Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas about the mag, comedy controversies, street jokes, and his and Traci's appearance on the last season of...

Jul 10, 2011

Graham Clark and Dave Shumka are together again for the first time on What's So Funny? The co-hosts of Stop Podcasting Yourself drop by to speak directly to their bumpers and try to break the record of phone-ins on WSF? Along the way, we talk beard paintings, Los Angeles, and Charlie Sheen.

Jul 3, 2011

Lorne Cardinal and Monique Hurteau talk about their individual and collective careers. Cardinal, best known as Sergeant Davis Quinton on Corner Gas, tells us how portraying a cop on TV has its privileges but when he's on the rugby pitch it has its downsides. Hurteau talks about what it's like going to eleven...