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The Montreal podcast that is giving you a re-run from 12 years ago! So way back in 2012 we recorded our 8th ever episode of Go Plug Yourself with Television’s Mike Paterson to promote his Valentine’s Day comedy special that was taking place at… the name escapes me. Funny Works? Comedy Jerks? Funnytown Laugh House? Yeah, that’s the one. Anyways, we …
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Sometimes even the best laid plans don’t come to fruition. Our plan this week was to reunite my cohosts Inés Anaya, Chris Venditto and Lawrence Corber so that we could have a roundtable catchup discussion and come up with a few new questions for our “5 Questions” segment. The plan even involved Lawrence taking the train from Missassauga into Toront…
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The Montreal podcast that asks comedian Dan Kestler-D’Amours: “How did you get into what you’re doing?” That question asked in episode 290 by Rob from Montreal Pinball Arcade. So every now and then my co-host Chris Venditto likes to sneak a full on sports episode into the rotation. This is not quite that, but it’s close. Yes Dan Kestler-D’Amours is…
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It’s time for the greatest tradition in Montreal podcasting! The annual Go Plug Yourself Shit Show! Somehow this is the 9th annual version of this little Shit Show tradition we’ve got going on (we only started this somehow around episode 75 if the Go Plug Yourself historians are to be believed) and boy does it feel like even more than that. This ye…
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The Montreal podcast that asks Rob from the Montreal Pinball Arcade: “What is the moment that scared you the most? – That question asked by none other than Serag Meletian back in episode 289. I’ve always been fascinated by pinball. The fact that there is a game where you have to use a pair (or more) of flippers to keep a little silver ball in play …
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The Montreal arts and entertainment podcast that asks comedian Serag Meletian: What is the most embarrassing thing that’s happened to you? That question asked by our guest Éloïse Marseille back in episode 289. Incredibly it has been exactly one year since we’ve had Serag Meletian on the show to the day and it’s a testament to the greatness of this …
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Look, sometimes it’s only the hosts. Lawrence Corber and Chris Venditto are two of the funniest and best comedians in the city so it’s really like I have two guests on this episode. We talk about movies, comedy and more and then we end the episode with Venditto’s on De Vito. A brand new Go Plug Yourself segment. Enjoy the show! Credit Where Credit …
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The Montreal podcast that asks comic creator Éloïse Marseille: “What is the best non-fast food burger in Montreal?” – that question asked of course by James ‘Twiggy” McGee back in episode 287. Before recording this episode Scott (from 9ES!) and I were talking about how strange it was going to be to meet Éloïse Marseille at the back of Grumpy’s to r…
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The Montreal podcast that asks Montreal wrestler, improvisor and man-about-town James McGee: “What’s the craziest thing you’ve done to get out of a test/work/commitment?” That question asked by Kenny Streule and Cat Preston from Mainline Theatre’s Rocky Horror Show back in episode 286. We’ve had James McGee on the show before. We’ll have James McGe…
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The Montreal podcast that asks Cat Preston and Kenny Streule (from Mainline Presents Richard O’Briens The Rocky Horror Show): “What’s the worst you’ve ever had to hold it? How did it end?” That thought provoking question provided by Andrina Learmonth back in episode 285. We’ve had various stars of various versions of Rocky Horror on the show over t…
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Montreal is a college town so this is a college episode! No it’s not. What was supposed to happen was we would be joined be our host in absentia Inés Anaya and we were going to catch up with her and it was going to be a grand old time. But then the Toronto subway system spoiled our plans. Honestly apparently she didn’t get home until over an hour a…
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The Montreal podcast that asks artist and comedian Andrina Learmonth: What’s the thing you miss most about being single? That question asked in episode 284 by Erica J. Schmidt! Andrina Learmonth is not a psychologist, no matter what her Bachelor’s Degree might say. No, she’s a visual artist and comedian so take that! Andrina was kind enough to join…
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The Montreal podcast that asks storyteller, writer and podcast Erica J. Schmidt: When you’re riding shotgun and the driver is being irresponsible, how do you handle it? That question was asked by our last guest Raajiee Chelliah in episode 283. Erica J. Schmidt joins Chris Venditto and I this week to talk about her podcast “This is your strange and …
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The Montreal podcast that asks comedian Raajiee Chelliah: What is the most important aspect of being a Montrealer? That question was asked by Joe Garque from the Under Pressure Graffiti Festival back in episode 282. Raajiee Chelliah is the very epitome of a rising star in the Montreal comedy scene. We can say this with certainty because as she ment…
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The Montreal arts and entertainment podcast that asks Joe Garque from the Under Pressure Graffiti Festival: “What is the moment that you felt that Montreal became an international city?” – that question asked by Patrick Guay in Episode 281. We talk about in the episode but I think the first time I went to Under Pressure was in the early 2000’s back…
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15 days until Osheaga 2023! We’re super excited to present this episode as we were lucky enough to sit down with the Senior talent buyer from Osheaga: Patrick Guay! This is an extra long episode since Patrick was gracious enough to come over to our house for the episode and we may or may not have opened several bottles of wines over the course of r…
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Alan Davies joins Inés Anaya and I to talk about why he doesn’t tour as much as he used to, not having been to Montreal since 1995 and how important British panel shows are to making comedians household names across the pond. It’s crazy to think that this will be the first time Alan Davies takes to a Just for Laughs stage in nearly 3 decades but th…
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Steph Tolev joins me on this minisode to talk about getting older (is this a theme?), not having an air conditioner and how doing a single episode of Video On Trial for Much Music obviously lead directly to her performing in front of an entire hockey arena opening up for the legendary Bill Burr. She also offers a sneak preview of what she might hav…
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Just For Laughs returns to Montreal! I was lucky enough to leverage the power of the internet to talk to the wonderful Nath Valvo from the comfort of our respective homes in Canada and Australia. We talk about the doldrums of “growing up”, not being as cool as we used to be (or maybe we never were) and how becoming a home owner seems impossible on …
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The Montreal podcast that asks Andrew Jamieson & Dawn McSweeney of Forget The Box: What is the weirdest porn you’ve gotten off to? That question asked by Vinny Terzo (Horns & Hoofs) back in episode 279 (sorry dad). If you’ve been following the arts and entertainment “underground” scene of Montreal over the course of the last 15-20 years the name ‘F…
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The Montreal podcast that asks Vinny Terzo, Artist Manager at Horns & Hoofs Entertainment: How do you measure success? That question was asked by the mad man who built a truck for a demolition derby Sergio da Silva back in episode 278. I met Vinny Terzo somewhere on a dank and sweaty dancefloor in the early 2000s back when I was still frequenting t…
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The Montreal podcast that asks owner of TurboHaus Sergio Da Silva: What’s your favorite place in NDG? We also ask him if he’s seen Ted Lasso. Both of those questions were submitted back in Episode 277 by Walter J. Lyng and Troy Stark respectively. We’ve had Sergio Da Silva on the show before. A few times actually. The last time was right before the…
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The St-Ambroise Montreal Fringe Festival is back! That means our Fringe podcast is back! Sarah and I are super excited for this year’s Fringe lineup and to celebrate we sat down with the artists behind 3 incredible sounding shows that will be happening as part of the 2023 editions of the Montreal Fringe Festival. They are (and click the links for m…
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In celebration of the NDG Comedy Fest that is going on right now we are turning the clocks back to when Derek Seguin had just SiriusXM Top Comic back in 2015. Why? Well Derek Seguin will be closing out the festivities this weekend at The Wheel Club this Sunday, May 2st (get your tickets now). It’s crazy that we recorded this nearly 8 years ago. Thi…
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The Montreal podcast that asks Walter J. Lyng and Troy Stark (of The NDG Comedy Fest) not one, but two questions: What is your favorite Montreal thing that isn’t around anymore? What is your dream vehicle that is also a Transformer? Those questions asked by Yannick and Alex (Les Voyeurs de Vues) back in episode 276. My former (and sometimes still) …
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Montreal podcast Go Plug Yourself asks Yannick Belzil and Alex Rose (of the “Les Voyeurs de Vues” podcast) not one, but two burning questions: Where do you go from here? AND Who is the most fuckable on Lost? Asked by Andy Belanger “The Animal” (creator of Mother Trucker). Yannick and Alex are co-hosts of a podcast called “Voyeurs de Vues“. As I und…
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Ice Storm 2023 means that your favorite Montreal arts and entertainment podcast that doesn’t have a guest this week! Nobody had power last week and we’re all kind of recovering! So yeah – instead of a regular episode featuring a guest this episode features the wonderful Chris Venditto and myself just hanging out and shooting the shit like those kid…
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The Montreal arts and entertainment podcast that asks freelance comic book creator (and pro-wrestler) Andy Belanger: “What is your favorite childhood book?” – asked by comedian Elie Gill back in episode 274. “I want to be a comic book creator by day and a pro-wrestler by night” sounds like the kind of thing you would say to a high-school councilor …
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The Montreal podcast that asks comedian Elie Gill: What is your ideal sandwich? That question asked back in episode 273 by the hot dog loving Amanda McQueen (we also ask the insane secondary question: What tattoo would you let Keith give you?) Elie Gill is a Montreal comedian and independent journalist who just got back from London to do this show.…
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The Montreal podcast that asks comedian Amanda McQueen: “What’s the most interesting place you’ve had sex?” – asked by our last guest Pat Hickey back in episode 272. If you’ve never had the chance to hear Amanda McQueen perform standup then you’ve just run out of excuses. That’s right, Amanda has released a brand new comedy album called “A Hot Dog …
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The Montreal podcast that asks legendary Montreal Gazette columnist Pat Hickey: “What is the most memorable commercial you’ve ever seen?” That question asked by the one and only Josh Clarke back in episode 270. To say that Pat Hickey has had a tremendous career would be an understatement. If you listen carefully to this podcast you might hear my mi…
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The best Montreal podcast that realized that it was way too snowy and cold to attract a guest is back baby! But listen up – our host depth chart is so deep that it doesn’t even matter that we don’t have what some would call a “guest” on this episode. Top Montreal comedians Lawrence Corber and Chris Venditto join my wife and I to talk a lot about sn…
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The Montreal arts and culture podcast that asks Montreal Comedian, Vocalist and Freestyle Rap WORLD CHAMPION Joshua Clarke: “If you were a celebrity with a ton of time on your hands what hobby do you adopt?” That question was asked back in episode 268 by Serag Meletian. It’s been a minute since we had Joshua Clarke on the show, about 5 years worth …
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The Montreal podcasting tradition continues in 2023 with the most raucous event in podcasting: The Go Plug Yourself Shit Show! Every year we get way too many people together and record a podcast. Is 10 too many people for a podcast? Yes it definitely is. It’s like a party where you’re not allowed to talk! This year’s Shit Show features *deep breath…
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It’s crazy to me that Michael Mando has been on our show 3 times. But the first time was way way back in 2013, fresh off of his performance as Vaas in Far Cry 3. Far Cry 6 came out last year and Vaas actually made an appearance in some DLC that came out so you know, full circle or something. Anyhow, there’s no new episode this week since people got…
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The Montreal podcast that asks comedian Serag Meletian: “What is a choice you made in your life that you wish you could change?” That question asked by Julian Sher, journalist and documentarian back in episode 268 (which you can listen to here). In 269 episodes it is shocking to me that we have never had Serag Meletian on the show as a “main guest”…
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The Montreal podcast that asks journalist, authour and documentarian Julian Sher: “What makes your dad rad?” – that question asked by the Rad Dad himself, Walter J. Lyng I’ll be honest – I was a little worried about having Julian Sher on the podcast. Go Plug Yourself is a show that by and large keeps things light. All of my co-hosts are comedians. …
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The Montreal podcast that welcomes back Walter J. Lyng and asks him: “Who among your loved ones is the most annoying on social media?” – that question asked by Troy Stark back in episode 266. So we always have an open door policy for Walter. He can come on the podcast whenever he wants to. That apparently means he can just show up at my house and m…
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The Montreal podcast that asks the founder of the Montreal Grand Comedy Competition Troy Stark: Leather or lace? And also: What is your favorite horror movie? These questions brought to you by the wonderful and talented people behind The Terrors of Misery’s Grove: Jason Grimmer and Jess Fildes back in episode 265. Troy Stark is once again award $10…
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The Montreal podcast that asks Jason Grimmer and Jess Fildes (of Terrors of Misery’s Grove): “Deep Space or Deep Sea?” – asked by the most electrifying man in Montreal entertainment: Mike Paterson. We had Jason Grimmer on the show before talking about the injustices facing Montreal record shops back before that pesky pandemic – but this time we’ve …
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The Montreal podcast that asks the most electrifying man in Montreal comedy Mike Paterson: If you could cast yourself in any movie, what role would you be? Asked by none other than Tranna Wintour back in episode 263. Mike Paterson has been a guest on this show an incredible 7 times, but it has been 4 years since we’ve had the pleasure of hosting hi…
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The Montreal podcast that asks comedian, singer, songwriter and Big Brother contestant Tranna Wintour: What scene in a movie makes you so emotional it brings you to tears? That question asked by Adam Reider back in episode 262. Tranna Wintour is an amazing Montreal talent and it seems that every time you blink her star manages to soar even higher. …
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The Montreal podcast that asks indie filmmaker (and director of Woodland Grey) Adam Reider: “What do you ask for when your friend goes to Costco?” That question asked by Elspeth Wright and Raquel Maestre in episode 261. It’s hard to believe that it was 5 years ago that we had Adam Reider on the show talking about Woodland Grey. He was so young, so …
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The Montreal podcast that asks some of the producers of LadyFest 2022: Who is your boy band crush? A question asked (of course) by Abby Stonehouse and Michelle Dominique in our last episode. Elspeth Wright and Raquel Maestre join Chris Venditto and I on this very special episode of Go Plug Yourself where we celebrate the upcoming LadyFest! That’s r…
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Montreal’s most in-sync comedy podcast asks Abby Stonehouse and Michelle Dominique: “What you doing on a Monday?” – asked of course by Walter J. Lyng and Vance Michel back in episode 259. As usual the conversation spirals out of control. I am pretty sure we hypothesize whether or not our parents are aware of the actual moment of our conception. We …
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It’s been a busy few weeks. Between Just For Laughs, Osheaga, a wedding and a 2000 mile road trip we kinda, sorta, maybe didn’t get around to booking anything for this week’s Go Plug Yourself. We had hoped to hook something up with an Osheaga band but it just wasn’t in the cards this year. So instead we take a trip down memory lane to Osheaga 2017 …
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Is Lawrence Corber a host or a guest on this episode? It’s not clear. Does it matter? It’s Just for Laughs baby! If you’ve been following the podcast in the last week or so you know we’ve had a few interviews with a couple of great out of town guests. However, at its heart, Go Plug Yourself is a show about Montrealers so it was only right that we b…
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Rosebud Baker closes off this year’s JFL miniseries of Go Plug Yourself podcasts! On this JFL minisode I talk to Rosebud Baker about her shows at Café Cleopatra where she will performing all new material for the Montreal Just for Laughs crowd. Rosebud has always thought of herself as a pessimist but after the last few years of the pandemic, maybe s…
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Our next guest is the extremely funny and awesome Atsuko Okatsuka! Montreal’s fan favorite arts and entertainment podcast is bringing you our annual series of mini episodes celebrating many of the talented performers at this year’s Just for Laughs festival in Montreal! I got a chance to talk to Atsuko Okatsuka about how she manages to thrive in cha…
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We’re talking to Katherine Ryan! Montreal’s favorite comedy podcast is back covering this year’s Just for Laughs festival in Montreal! I got the chance to talk to the amazing Katherine Ryan about her Amazon Prime show “Backstage with Katherine Ryan”, finding love in the fairytale land of Toronto, picking names for people in jokes, cottages and more…
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