Notorious disruptor Norm Macdonald crashes through Studio Q

We unleash notoriously disruptive comedian Norm Macdonald live on air.
Norm Macdonald says he doesn't see comedy as an art, but rather a craft. (Fabiola Carletti/CBC)

If you're a comedian, you really don't want to go on after Norm Macdonald. The Canadian expat made a name for himself as the sardonic host of Weekend Update on Saturday Night Live in the late 90s.

Since then, the disruptive comedian has attracted a loyal fanbase who list his irreverent talk show appearances, his cult hit Dirty Work, and his legendary roast of Bob Saget among reasons to love the comedian.

Today, Macdonald swings through Studio Q to chat with guest host Shad. What he'll say or do, we simply can't predict.

Click here or on the listen button above to hear the full segment (audio runs 0:24:33). 
Note, we were not able to contain Norm in one segment. Hear him crash the sports panel here


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