Jul 30, 2020
Jeremy Hotz has been miserable on-stage for 30 years, and miserable off-stage for his whole life. But boy is that misery funny. Hotz, who's been living in LA the last 23 years, is one of Canada's best standup comics. In this episode, we talk about being a curmudgeon, murder, and Ernest Shackleton.
Jul 16, 2020
bbno$ is a rapper, not a comedian. But his songs are pretty funny. They make you want to open up TikTok, point your camera at yourself, and start dancing. Millions do that, anyway. Some of us have no rhythm. But we have a fun chat with Baby No Money, aka Alex, aka Gucci.
Jul 13, 2020
Derek Edwards comes out of hiding to join us in the Isolation Studios of What's So Funny? Edwards barely has electricity, but we got a hold of him in his bunker and it was a delight talking to him again. We discussed great Canadian televised fare such as Open Mike with Mike Bullard (he was the first comic to appear on...
Jul 9, 2020
Sugar Sammy is back, all the way from Montreal. It's his fifth visit with us. It's nice to see that as big as he is now, he's still got time for us. We talk about him being the French Simon Cowell, and how that prevents him from taking the Métro in Paris anymore. And he tells us about Les Dragons, his ball hockey...
Jul 6, 2020
Dave Hill is a comedian, author, musician, actor, podcaster and part-Canadian. A very small part, granted, but his intentions are good. In his latest book, Parking the Moose, the Cleveland-born, New York-residing Hill travels across the frozen tundra to better learn about his grandfather's people. He quizzes me on the...