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The hilarious Daily Show correspondent Samantha Bee kicked off the show this week.
One of the topics that came up in the red chair: the gift of Toronto Mayor Rob Ford to the Daily Show writers.
George and Samantha after their interview.
The Academy and Golden Globe Award–winning actress graced our set to talk about her long career and her new mini-series on OUT TV: Sex & Violence.
Olympia was candid about the effect of her appearance in Moonstruck on the rest of her career: "That changed my whole life," she said.
George and Olympia chat during the commerical break.
Olympia is a repeat visitor to George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight. Here's her interview from two seasons ago.
It's probably fair to say that Kardi was not expecting the piece of classic footage that we dug up to show him.
Kardinal Offishall finishes up his appearance on the Late edition of George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight.
George and Kardi kick it Christmas-style after their interview.
Jim Cuddy and Greg Keelor were high school buddies. And for the last 26 years, they've been part of Blue Rodeo. Their latest record is called In Our Nature.
One of the things that came up when Jim and Greg were on the show was the Idle No More movement. "I always love it when the articulate voice of... dissonance finally gets a bit of notice in the media," said Greg.
Jim Cuddy has George and Greg Keelor in stitches after their interview in studio 43.
Jim Cuddy, George and Greg Keelor
It's always a good time when Kevin Smith stops by.
Writer, filmmaker, podcaster and avid conversationalist Kevin Smith in the red chair.
Kevin's latest project is Spoilers, where regular folks get to weigh in on the movies.
A very excited Kevin Smith with George after their interview.
The stand up comedian and host of the popular WTF podcast was in the red chair to talk comedy and his new stand-up special, Thinky Pain.
13-year-old Daniel Clarke Bouchard might have made the most enthusiastic entrance onto the George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight set this year — and that's saying something.
George backstage with piano phenom Daniel Clarke Bouchard.