James Hartnett

James is a comedian, writer and actor from Toronto. He’s written for This Hour Has 22 Minutes (CBC), This is That (CBC), Because News (CBC) and The National Post. James has appeared on shows like Spun Out (CTV), That’s So Weird (YTV), Funny As Hell (HBO Canada), Cupcake and Dinosaur (Netflix) and Kody Kapow (Sprout). He’s had comedy shorts featured on Tosh.0 (Comedy Central), and he’s performed at Just For Laughs, Sled Island (Calgary) and San Francisco Sketchfest.

Latest from James Hartnett


Great, simple breakfast ideas to own the libs with

Oh, I’m sorry. I forgot how much you “hipsters” love avocados. Does the sight of one of them being mashed to pieces TRIGGER you? Ha.

10 ways Friends has not aged well

The ‘90s hit show Friends has seen a resurgence in popularity since it began streaming on Netflix, but it’s hard not to notice the show hasn’t aged all that well in some ways.

8 childhood cartoons that clearly pushed a globalist, new world order agenda

Our planet is controlled by a secret group of wealthy globalists who intend to bring about a new world order through mind control, socialism, and the implementation of a one world government.

How to impress Father

Father’s Day is just around the corner. Will you be able to impress the old fellow on the big day? Here are a few tips to help you do just that.

Anyone who didn't 'like' my REALLY sensitive post can go to hell

You’re probably assuming that a sensitive, thoughtful post like this is absolutely killing it on social media. Well, believe it or not, you would be DEAD WRONG.

Diary of a guy at the gym pretending he understands how these machines work

“One more set, dog. Dig deep. Rock one more set, dog.”

Diary of a man who's working up the courage to say 'let's bounce'

“I wonder if I’m living my best life,” I thought to myself, as I munched on the sandwich and glanced casually around the staff room.

I tried to Google answers for HQ Trivia and here's what happened

What is “cheating” really?

Someone get me out of this hell

Op-ed by a man stuck inside a Tim Hortons commercial

4 in 10 Canadians believe science is a matter of opinion. Here are other things 4 in 10 Canadians believe

Just the facts.