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Hotels, mortgages and waxing. It's an episode for grown-ups!

From the Cottage Country Comedy Festival, Ward Anderson tells us what he's learned about people's hotel room habits and it's terrifying! And DeAnne Smith shares a waxing story that might encourage women to take a break from waxing altogether
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Edibles and flying - not a recommended combo!

Martha Chaves talks about the joy she gets from arguing with street preachers - 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 17 last October recorded at The Danforth Music Hall.
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It's an honour just to be nominated!

The 2019 Juno Awards are taking place next weekend - and one of five terrific comedians will have their album crowned as Best Comedy Album of the Year. Today we present all 5 nominees.
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You'll always remember grandma; Especially if she creates a paradise in her bathroom!

From Winnipeg, Sophie Buddle jokes about ways to get back at her cheating boyfriend - at least we think she was joking! And Charles Haycock dispenses love and respect for his Grandma.
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Who's looking for a little ...divorce advice?

From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival, Adam Christie heads back to school. Well, divorce class but it's still an education, and Rob Ross bravely discusses one of his greatest fears: Children's television!
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Laugh Out Loud Spotlight shines on James Mullinger!

An Englishman in the Maritimes, James Mullinger is making waves all over this country - and we are very pleased to have been one of the first to give him a spotlight on CBC Radio. Today, an encore presentation recorded in Quispamsis NB.
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An amputee walks into a nudist colony...

From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Courtney Gilmour admits she's jealous of bald guys and Nick Reynoldson shares a creative, if not politically incorrect way - to avoid fights.
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Poetry, racism and the magic of interracial dating.

From Accent on Toronto 2018, Aisha Brown breaks down the psyche of bike couriers and Chris Sandiford takes us on a journey of the dreaded....Toronto streetcar!
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Buckle up for some stranger danger and regrettable tattoos!

Comedian Bryan Hatt delivers a set that bicycle cops with NOT be ok with and Terry McGurrin tells us how things go down when you just NEED to prove an animal expert wrong...and remain king of the jungle in your child's eyes.
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Dating after 10 kids...and dating 2 women simultaneously! Both have their challenges!

From the 905 Comedy Festival Fiona O'Brien lays out her simple needs from a man and...straight man Shawn Hogan questions everything after one memorable night in a gay bar.
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Epi-Pen Superhero and pimple-making rice!

Recorded at Hecklers Bar and Grill in beautiful Victoria, host Ali Hassan presents Damonde Tschritter and new to Laugh Out Loud - Ed Hill.
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Internet discoveries and for the love of dentists.

Comedian Shirley Whalen walks us through her nomadic life and Tim Rabnett delivers a great set at the 905 Comedy Festival. If we don't get a least one letter calling him an anti-dentite...this episode will be a failure.
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Our spotlight shines Graham Clark!

Recorded in Winnipeg and at Hecklers in Victoria, we shine the spotlight on the very versatile Graham Clark who can find comedy in molasses, bathroom attendants and even...the phone book
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No Bah Humbugs here! It's all jingle bells and stories great and small.

Christmas comedy with Scott Faulconbridge and Martha Chaves. Who needs an Elf on the Shelf when we've got a Mouse in the House!
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A nod to the realities of the holiday season.

It's the holiday's and today on the show we give a nod to the realities of the season. We'll hear about getting gifts from sketchy relatives, broken promises, and Christmas boxes. We also welcome back Canadian singer/songwriter Todd Butler to the airwaves.
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"Just tell me I can't do ...and I'll make a whole comedy career out of it!"

Fromm the 905 Comedy Festival in Oshawa just two weeks ago, Aliya Kanani delves into her miscellaneous-looking roots and Kyle Brownrigg fantasizes about his other dream job, in the world of vacuums.
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Comedy just made breakfast a LOT tougher!

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival comedian and Juno award winner Ivan Decker describes what your breakfast choices say about you and Jacob Samuel goes on a mission to be ostracized from most of teh major cities in this country.
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Your siblings and parent's mind games revealed!

From the Icebreakers Comedy Festival in January 2018, Arthur Simeon reveals that his sisters were masters of mind games and his mother was a liar. And Graham Chittenden want you to reevaluate your internet usage, and while you're at it, quit making him fancy desserts!
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Taking aim at Canada - one delinquent province at a time.

From the Winnipeg Comedy Festival this past spring - we feature Howie Miller and Leonard Chan. Between them they poke fun at their family, their backgrounds and their social status. Hey guys! Save something for the hecklers!
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There's a battle raging, and it will be fought ...on the golf course!

From the Winnipeg Comedy festival, Erica Sigurdson tells us that it's an insult to televise sports. Dave Hemstad shares how he almost became a golf pro, and Sterling Scott ...he had a hockey mom! Sticks and things we hit for entertainment!
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Spotlight on Saskatchewan comedian Kelly Taylor

Recorded at the Cottage Country Comedy Festival, Kelly Taylor, father of four talks about how easy it is to have a favourite child. It's not the one who sleeps ALL night!
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Kids, technology, eyesight and other 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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Gentlemen callers, older 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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"Don't tell anyone about this" and other magical words for comedians.

From our 10th Anniversary show in Banff, Derek Seguin shares a story about his girlfriend's motion sickness. He was to clearly by her NOT to tell anyone about it...so you know, let's keep this one just between us!
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Spousal agreements and musical history!

From Accent on Toronto 16 - Carol Zoccoli and George Westerholm perform, plus a bonus set from the Cottage Country Comedy Festival with Nile Seguin.