Star and creator of the hit TV series, Corner Gas, Brent Butt is one of the biggest stars in Canadian comedy. I chatted with him in the green room of the Comedy MIX in Vancouver, BC, Canada.Read More
Chris Cope talks about his love for Oprah, his desire to watch a cockfight, and the aneurysm that nearly killed him at 27.Read More
Kelsey stops by Casa de D.J. to talk about her foosball championship pedigree, the pros and cons of the Diva Cup, and whether it's ok to make fun of your grandma in your stand-up act.
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Nic Novicki drops by da crib to talk about why he's grateful to be a little person in America, what he thinks about that dwarf-tossing scene in the Wolf of Wall Street, and that time an audience member in Philadelphia threw a beer bottle at his head.
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Rachel Wolfson joins me in my studio (my apartment, really) and talks about her personal connection with OJ Simpson, big Pharma keeping us down, and what it's like to be the beloved black sheep in her family.
You can find Rachel at @wolfiecomedy.Read More
Texas native Justin Foster stops by my apartment to discuss emotional support dogs, prejudice against bald men, and the impact of a comedian's sartorial decisions.Read More
Taylor Tomlinson stops by my place in Burbank, CA. We chat about Taylor's history of performing comedy in churches, her decision to abstain from marijuana and alcohol, and what it takes for us to stop following someone on Instagram. Thanks for listening!Read More
Comedian/Magician/Lovable Guy, David Acer, chats with me in the bowels of Montreal's finest comedy club, the Comedy Nest. Plus, I get my first caller! Thanks Ben from Minnesota!Read More
The incomparable Wendy Liebman stops by my sweaty Burbank apartment. Wendy has been on the Tonight Show (with Leno and Carson!), Jimmy Kimmel, America's Got Talent, and anything else you can think of. She is one of my comedy heroes, so this episode was a huge treat. Enjoy!Read More
Joining me on this episode is my good friend, Jose Barrientos. Jose is a comedian, a military veteran, a hacker, and a fellow sesquipedalian.Read More
Carol is a successful Brazilian comedian who moved to Canada. In just three years, she has learned a new language, a new culture, and is thriving in the Toronto comedy scene.Read More
D.J. chats with his friend, Ryan Dennee, in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. They discuss his recent brush with the law, the rough and tumble nature of Kingston, and why he told his daughter the truth about Santa when she was just four years old.Read More
D.J. chats with Newfoundland comedian Mike Fardy in the luxurious Super 8 Motel in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.Read More
Monty Scott describes his recent near-death experience and the effect it had on his traditionally nihilistic outlook. Recorded at the renowned Comedy Bar in Toronto.Read More
Jordan Foisy welcomes D.J. into his Toronto home on a rainy afternoon. They discuss toxic masculinity, fake feminists, and their diminishing desire to live like rock stars.Read More
Fellow hard of hearing comedian Kathy Buckley invites D.J. into her home. They discuss misconceptions about their hearing loss, Kathy's brushes with death, and Kathy convinces D.J. he's got what it takes to be a motivational speaker.Read More
D.J. hangs out at Flappers Comedy Club in Burbank with Dave Reinitz, one of the smartest guys he knows. Dave talks about the pros and cons of being a comedian who owns a comedy club, what he learned from his activist mother, and his belief that Obama - gasp! - wasn't that great of a president.Read More
In the very first episode of Definitely D.J., D.J. hangs out with his good friend and fellow Canadian ex-pat in Los Angeles, Debra DiGiovanni!Read More