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A fish by any other name...

From the 905 Comedy Festival, Thomas Calnan coaches you through the loss of a pet. Mind you, the word 'pet' might be a bit strong, and Heidi Foss got drunk at the Christmas party again...
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Before you plan a Mexican party, there are some basic rules to follow!

From the Okanagan Comedy Festival, Lars Callieou shares his perspective on the difference between Australians and Canadians - and it involves sharks - and from Accent on Toronto, Aisha Brown offers up tips on how to handle anxiety - but first you'll have to find yourself a hawk. From sea to sky we've got all the laughs!
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You'll never forget that time you caught your parents in a lie.

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Hoodo Hersi dissects her life's struggles as a black Muslim woman and Christophe Davidson takes a deep dive into Lying and mental health. Ok - so not your usual comedy fodder, but they make it work!
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Pitching a more accurate Newfoundland and Labrador tourist commercial.

As a black man from Newfoundland, Trent McCLellan shares how difficult it was to make a normal first impression...whatever 'normal' is! And Jay Martin reminds us of the wall-phone...and how breaking up was even harder to do. You kids have it too easy!
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KIDS - Don't talk to strangers in the park. You can never spot the grumpy parents.

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival - Gerry Dee offers some strategies to consider when putting your kids in sports...and Erica Sigurdson talks about an exercise you can do with your partner - specifically if you are interested in ending that partnership.
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Edibles and air travel. Perhaps not the best combination for those afraid of flying!

From Accent on Toronto 2018, Martha Chaves talks about the joy she gets from arguing with street preachers - 'cause everyone needs a hobby right? And Adrienne Fish talks about one of her most memorable gigs where she performed nude...on purpose! From Accent on Toronto October 2018 recorded at The Danforth Music Hall.
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How to train your kids...and ensure that they will hate you!

Parent Jason Blanchard uses technology to his advantage and no-one hates that more than his kids. And Sirius XM Top Comic Adam Christie takes a walk down memory lane to his divorce class! Recorded at the Okanagan Comedy Festival and Icebreakers Comedy Festival respectively.
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Have you heard the one about a gargoyle in the restaurant who is saved by opera?

From the Okanagan Comedy Festival - comedians Ryan Short and Emily Bilton will make you change your mind about speech impediments and opera.
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10th Anniversary Special Spotlight with Big Daddy Tazz

Recorded at our 10th Anniversary show in Banff - we shine the spotlight on Tazz Norris aka Big Daddy Tazz.
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Yo momma is so...missing?

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Anesti Danelis sings a song about your Mom. That feels like it could be mean - but it's actually kind of sweet! And then - what is WRONG with comedians?? Manchester comic Danny Sutcliffe reveals all. Recorded in May at the YYC Comedy Festival.
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One shouldn't profile people, but this is serious business: You're getting ice cream!

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival - Rhiannon Archer doesn't have a 'favourite' child, but if you listen closely you'll hear which one is getting some extra hugs at night - and from the Okanagan Comedy Festival this summer, Tim Nutt reflects nostalgically, on the time he barely avoided having a protest march outside his home.
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Gentlemen callers, sisters, thongs, and other pains in the butt!

Today we have comedy from Katie-Ellen Humphries, Keith Pedro and Mayce Galoni. It's about challenges toda! Getting men to take selfies, getting kids to read...and getting into the most comfortable underwear. Buckle up!
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Ever heard of a cow-horse? Oh, you will!

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Charles Haycock will challenge the way you perceive animals and, recorded at the YYC Comedy Festival, Nour Hadidi demonstrates why she many never be allowed in the province of New Brunswick...with love of course!
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Don't get mad at your old elementary school bully - get even! Or run away...

From the YYC Calgary Comedy Festival, Allyson June Smith goes on a trip down memory lane in Calgary and it involves her old students, friends and bullies! And from the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Charlie Demers tells us that sometimes lessons in flags involves yelling out the colours!
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The challenges of getting the elements of your dowry just right.

From Icebreakers Comedy Festival in 2017, Alex Wood warns of the dangers in telling a joke during a job interview and from Hecklers in Victoria, Fatima Dhowre sings a Somalian song and nobody is safe...
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Comedy heads to the woods and meets zoology!

Nikki Payne shares her experience narrating an audio book and Jeff McEnery tells us why he should never order food from attractive wait staff...on his birthday.
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How not to date a vegan and other relationship stories.

Recorded at Hecklers Comedy Club in Victoria BC, host Ali Hassan welcomes veteran performer Damonde Tschritter and newcomer Ed Hill. From "how to find a vegan in the dark", to "the weirdo whisperer", these two comics will leave you wondering "What's happening on the west coast of Canada?"
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Kids, technology, and eyesight. Just some of the things you don't really need!

From the 905 Comedy festival, master impressionist Jessica Holmes, and comedian Tim Steeves shares how he has yet to master the art of ordering in a restaurant
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Etiquette for on-line dating and high-school bullying. Don't do either!

From Victoria, Kevin Banner enlightens us on some bullying etiquette from back in HIS day, and from the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, Andrew Barr shines a light on gender issues; with some help from the humble tomato.
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Exposed: What women wear and how they wear it.

From Calgary Yuk Yuks, Kevin Stobo gives us some tips on how to propose when it's your second attempt at marriage and human-anti-depressant Lori Gibbs gives you young 'uns some sound fashion advice that could save you energy...and embarrassment.
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Immigrating to Canada? No wimps allowed.

From the stage at Yuk Yuk's in Calgary, Brittany Lyseng advises us on what NOT to name your children, and from the Cottage Country Comedy Festival in Muskoka Ontario, Arthur Simeon encourages us to adopt a new kind of Canadian Citizenship test...and it's not for the wimpy!
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A celebration of surnames, the Hawaiian homeless and mayonnaise.

Three Toronto comedians walk into the NAC and wax poetic about natural disasters, destination weddings and mayonnaise. It's quite a diverse grab-bag of comedy today. Featuring Faisal Butt, Ernie Vincente and Brian Ward.
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Drunk super powers and riddles from the '80s.

From the NAC in Ottawa Lianne Mauladin tells us why she would rather teenage boys stayed away from her completely, and Thomas Calnan says there are some movie stars you just don't want to remind people of.
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We're taking it from the boardroom to the streets!

Recorded at The Danforth Music Hall at Accent on Toronto, comedian Jean Paul talks about the challenges of being an immigrant in a Canadian boardroom, and Alex Pavone advises you to be in good shape if you’re going to be the type of Samaritan who chases after a criminal.