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.
D.J. chats with Newfoundland comedian Mike Fardy in the luxurious Super 8 Motel in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!