Hard of hearing stand-up comedian D.J. Demers shoots the breeze with friends, both old and new.
He's bad at hearing, but great at listening.
Darrin Rose, star of Mr. D & Match Game & Video on Trial, stops by my crib in Burbank, California. We had a grand ole time.
Ryan Bondy is the star of the Book of Mormon and also one of my lifelong best friends. We spoke over the phone from Burbank, California to Melbourne, Australia. Modern technology is a beautiful thing.
I was in New York City for a few days, and Alex stopped by my hotel to have a little chat. We go way back to 2009, when we were a couple of young pups making our way in the Toronto comedy scene. It was awesome to re-connect with this gem of a man.
She's a comedian, a DJ, and an avowed cinephile. She also accurately guessed all of the so-called "lame" music that I love so very much (shout out to Jack Johnson). This week's guest is Nina Tarr!
The hilarious Thomas Dale stopped by my apartment this week. We talked about the joys of prostate stimulation, his grievance with one of my jokes (the 'partner' bit), and his premonition of an upcoming Civil War.
Follow Thomas - @ThomasDale5
My guest this week is Vancouver's very own Graham Clark. He is a renowned stand-up comedian and beloved podcaster (Stop Podcasting Yourself). We recorded on a patio on Commercial Drive in Vancouver, and I loved every minute of our chat.
Follow Graham @GrahamClark on Twitter.
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.
Chris Cope talks about his love for Oprah, his desire to watch a cockfight, and the aneurysm that nearly killed him at 27.
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.
Follow Kelsey on Twitter @kelseycook
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.
Follow Nic - @NicNovicki
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.
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.