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What's So Funny?

Nov 21, 2015

Kate Davis has been entertaining audiences and embarrassing her children for 18 years. The Toronto standup started out as an adorable little English girl with a posh accent before moving to Canada with her cockney parents. Theatre gave way to standup and she hasn't looked back. Fun fact: Davis has been nominated for...

Nov 18, 2015

Graham Chittenden takes time from his only day off on the Just For Laughs Comedy Tour to be with us. The Brantford, Ontario, native drops some analogies and whines about his hometown, interviewing Sarah Silverman, and not writing himself a recurring role on Mr. Dee.

Nov 13, 2015

Ewan Currie returns. The rocker was in town for one day, with a concert that night, but still made time for us. He tells us the comedy origins of The Sheepdogs' latest album, Future Nostalgia. He also talks about his musical theatre career in high school, hobnobbing with the country's mayors, his ideas for podcasts,...

Nov 12, 2015

Melanie Rose has been performing standup comedy for nine years, but we let her on the show anyway under the 10-year rule providing she avoids eye contact. In this episode, Rose talks about homelessness, mental health, bank robbers, farm living, the big city, and red theatres, among other things.

Nov 11, 2015

Dylan Rhymer returns to What's So Funny? after being MIA for a couple years. Never short on opinion or stories, he gets right to it in this episode. We learn about the origin of his now-gone mutton chops. He spills his guts on the breakup of his marriage and a UK tour from hell. He gives us the low-down on performing...