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What's So Funny?

Mar 25, 2015

Daniel Chai and Chip Ellis are co-founders of the improv troupe The Fictionals. They really should go by the name Chip and Chai. Regardless, they stop by to play a round of Cards Against Humanity with me and tell us about their monthly show at the Vogue Theatre based on the game. It's called Improv Against Humanity. We...

Mar 24, 2015

Jacob Samuel is our first New Yorker contributor. He's a single panel cartoonist with two contributions to the esteemed publication. Not only that, but he does standup comedy, too. We discuss the differences between Toronto and Vancouver, he tells us about Jewish summer camps, and coming face-to-snout with a bull in Kenya.

Mar 3, 2015

Craig Northey has been in a lot of bands in his life and they all get a mention in this episode, especially Odds. Or is it The Odds? We also talk about his association with Kids in the Hall (or The Kids in the Hall?) and Brent Butt. Yes, the Brent Butt. I also mentor him on the correct pronunciation of Corner Gas and...

Mar 1, 2015

Ryan Hamilton becomes the first guest in What's So Funny? history to record a whole episode while being driven around Vancouver in my car. The conversation becomes part travelogue. He talks about his Norman Rockwell-like upbringing in Idaho, we debate how hard Drew Carey works, he reveals who his best roommate was,...