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This week’s episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show was recorded a TomiCon with Nick McQuik, Jamee Nall, Tom Brent et al. This is an historic panel of famous Toms answering questions to other would be Toms regarding the state of Tom. There is nothing like it on the internet. Some of the Toms examined include Genghis Tom, Thomas Editom, Abertom Lincoln, Tom Brady, Tom Petty, Tommy Pickles from TV’s own, Rugrats, plus so many more Toms! This is a humdinger and worth a listen. Enjoy!
This week’s guest on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is nerd’s nerd, Mark McCue. Mark talks to Nick and Jamee about comedy and his job as a disc jockey on what old people call “the radio.” Mark skews the details about country music, what it’s like being depressed, dieting, Tom Cruise’s next religious endeavor, and, of course, video game and movie reviews. Watch out Fantastic Four, the jig is up! What does that mean? Find out right here on this super stellar episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show! Thanks for tuning in…enjoy!
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Stefan Makowski joins the Quik & Slow Comedy Show this week to talk to Jamee, Nick and Tom about his start in comedy. The discussion takes flight after shitting on Red Deer comedy and just as Nick tries to figure out where the pizza is. This is a comedy heavy episode. Expect to hear about the zen of riffing, the importance of punching up a joke, Jamee and the “R” word, Tomicon, new comics trying as many things on stage as possible (all at once preferably), Nickelodeon, spoilers to the Armageddon movie everyone was talking about in ’96, and, of course, the pizza. This is another great episode and really gets down to the roots of this show; Comedians interviewing comedians about comedy in a basement. Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy!!
Last week on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show, Dan Clarke started talking to us about his life and we aired the whole thing. This week, we’ve done away with the whole thing and chopped it in two. Dan talks to Tamara, Nick, Jamee, Toben about all the things he said last time, but this time in less time. There is a lot going on here and listeners will agree, this is one of those episodes if there ever was one. Enjoy the show!
Today on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show, Dan Clarke swings by to eat pizza. Actually, that’s not all he eats. In this impression round table, Dan teaches Tamara, Nick, Jamee, Toben and a recessed penis what it means to be a news anchor. There is a lot going on here and listeners will agree, this is a Pokegym if there ever was one. Enjoy the show!
This week’s episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show features the world’s premiere in the Pokemon culinary arts from the Pokemon Academy, Professor Austin Ginkgo Biloba. With the current love affair of Pokemon Go, Professor Biloba informs Nick, Jamee, Tom, and special guest, Stephen Mackowski on the inherent beauty of capturing Pokemon critters and then eating them. Mmmmmmmm. Like yum. Learn the best Pokemarkets to get the leanest and freshest Pokemeats and Pokevegetables as well as the best way to fricassee a Pikachu. This is a great and fun show. Please enjoy!
This week’s guest on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is Nick‘s non-brother from a different mother and family, Toben Spencer-Lang. Toben is new to Edmonton by way of Red Deer but has he seen things. He sounds like Brad Garrett from Everybody Loves Raymond and baritones a conversation with Nick, Jamee and, special guest host, Tamara Appleton (pr. Apple Town) about the life he’s lived. First, brownies. Second, diarrhea. Third, the physical effects of emotional distress. That’s diarrhea. Fourth, enamel on one man’s teeth is the burden of another man’s burrow. What? Fifthly, ConAir. And, sixth, pizza. This episode is a treat just like them all. Just don’t ingest it too fast or cavities will form. Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy the show!
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This is another episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show! On this week’s episode, Nick and Jamee continue their conversation with comedians Mark DeBonis and Lisa Baker. Mark is from Toronto. Lisa is cool as hell. Today they get to gabbing about fixing cars. As it turns out, everyone in Canada is a mechanic. They talk about diets and food and Toronto and driving in Canada and good places to do comedy and how to do comedy well and places to eat and crowd work and agriculture and hunting. There is so much gold in this episode, listeners will think it’s 1849 San Francisco. And it is. Thanks for stopping in. Enjoy!
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Today on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show, Nick, Jamee and Tom are joined by Toronto’s finest comedy mastermind, Mark DeBonis. Mark gets right into road shows and the price of gasoline in America. Two bones will get you four liters. There are fun stories about gambling and how it pertains to making a career choice. Driving a Tesla. Doing comedy as the best way to get seen in the entertainment industry. Bombing is better with a friend. Doing shows in a new scene. And, getting oranges thrown while performing because that’s how to celebrate the Chinese New Year. Funniest Person winner, Lisa Baker, stops in at the end after the team gets pizza. This is a great episode listeners are sure to listen to. Thanks for tuning in!
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This week’s guest on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is comedian and theater hoops super star, Keith Robot Sarnoski. Fresh off his trip from Toronto, Keith jumps right into burning down Ft. McMurray…with jokes. This lighthearted romp takes listeners down the pleasure path of chaos as Nick, Jamee, Tom and Nathan discover what makes Keith the Robot he is today. Get ready for the nicest miscarriage story ever told, where the gay people at, comedy as the last platform for free speech, favorite movies and comic book heroes and, Toronto, the city with raccoons. This is a great episode that is sure to delight. Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy!
Misha Estrin is a comedian from the Twin Cities of Minnesota and, on his visit through Colorado, he stopped by to talk to Aaron at the Quik & Slow Comedy Show. This episode was inadvertent as someone left a recording device running while Misha talked. It will come as a pleasant surprise to listeners as Misha, Aaron, and Misha’s girlfriend talk shop about comedy. This episode draws comparison between the infamous west and illustrious mid-west, explains prop milk, makes light of YouTube’s suicide channel, delves into overdosing on gummy vitamins and touts Misha’s love for Mike Lester. This is a short one filled with some baby noises. Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy the show.
Today’s guest on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is none other than the wonderfully talented and funny, Ethan Sir. Ethan has been in the joke game for nearly six years but has recently started kicking it into high gear. He speaks with Nick “Banned from the Comedy Factory” McQuik, Jamee “The Ass Man” Nall, Tamara “Stereotypical Teenage Boy” Appleton, and Kevin “My Favorite Movie is Not My Least Favorite” Light. These dudes and chicks are in it to win it on this episode. The discussion slam dunks topics like how to do a comedy contest, how Ethan’s craziest story is not that interesting, getting banned from things and winning tickets, sports as a springboard for comedy, road trips, and the cake eaters at Scona High. This is a wild trip. The whole cast and crew are proud of our listeners. Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy the show.
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In this episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show, ghost, Macho Man Randy Savage and, soon-to-be-ghost, Terry “Hulk” Hogan, berate Nick McQuik about his life as an immortal. Things start off rough for Nick as he tries to back peddle out of a line of questioning that only a ghost could answer. Joining Nick is Jamee Nall and apparitions Jimmy Stewart and Truman Capote. Together they tackle tough issues like arm size, calendar dates, what’s the afterlife like and the ghost economy. This is a delightfully short and fun episode. Thanks for tuning in.
Kevin Light plays guest on this episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show. After only ten sweet months of making jokes, Kevin is making a name for himself in Edmonton. It’s his laser tag handle and it’s Used Meat Scent. Kevin joins host, Nick McQuik, producer, Jamee Nall, and guest host, Tamara Appleton in a wild ride that can only be described. Content of this ear candy includes (and is certainly limited to) rules for comedy contests, buying body parts in bulk, reviews of super hero films that Tamara’s mom watches, Pokemon (again), two layered onions, what Edmonton comic to murder, and, Quik & Slow‘s new theme: Best Memes! Wow! What a treat. Thanks for listening and have a great day!
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Today’s guest on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is comedian Patrick Danger. Patrick sits in with Nick, Jamee and Tom to discuss among other things; games, video games, movies, video movies, kids born without ears, and the appropriate number of bullets to bring to a gun fight. Jamee reflects about a cheese called old Nippy. Nick genuflects on his knee that is bone on bone. Tom disrespects all the unused player two controls out there. But, in the end, it’s all about Patrick‘s Game Boy. Old school is the new old school as they say. This is a short one and we know listeners are gonna go batty for it…it’s so great! Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy!
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This week’s guest on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is Edmonton comedian, Patrick Danger. In this first of two parts, Danger spills all to Nick “Don’t be a Superhero” McQuik, Jamee “David Duchovny’s in my pocket” Nall, and Tom “Tom” Brent on where and what he consumes. Burgers? Yes. TV? Absolutely. Movies? Is there any other kind?! This episode tiptoes on the edge of a Tinder date where listeners decide why they didn’t swipe right sooner. The show crests just at the end when the pizza arrives. Stay tuned to next week when we find out what toppings were ordered!! Thanks for stopping by and stripping down.
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With the NFL draft right around the corner and a lack of fresh talent in the northern hemisphere, the Quik & Slow Comedy Show invited Alex Fortin and Ben “I left my leg in my other pants” Proulx to discuss Fantasy Football. That’s right, this week on the show James Ross and Nick McQuik get schooled on what it means to manage a fantasy football team. These are real Canadians with real opinions regarding the National Football League; a league that is represented in a completely different nation. This episode has all the excitement of a fantasy NASCAR league. It’s not all sports, fans. There are also funny jokes that create joy like when we learn the real reason for Easter. Whatever the outcome, we blame the refs. Thanks for tuning in!
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Today on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show, slow-host, Aaron Maslow, interviews St. Paul comedian and former armed forces trigger hound, Luke Borchardt. Originally from Wisconsin, Luke currently resides in a Minnesotan RV. He took a little vacay to Denver, CO by way of aerobus on what no one is calling the Mile High Tour. While in Denver, he made a point to visit the show and discuss life in an RV, open mic comedy cliques, birth control vs. roadside bombs and assisting homeless veterans whilst being one. Luke is a stand up guy and has some great insights on what it’s like to work different comedy scenes. Thanks for tuning in.
Oil Kings game host, comedian, improver, and last week’s guest, Christopher Borg, is back on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show. Nick “Crawdaddy” McQuik alongside his table of loose relations rap with Chris about getting paid to write TV shows, stealing car seats, reading Buzzfeed, what to eat when visiting a city and breaking down Dane Cook. The real meat and potatoes comes when the team outs joke thieves and lazy comedians in the Edmonton comedy community. Be prepared to be outed in this stunning conclusion to the Chris Borg interview on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show! With Jamee Nall, James Ross and Tom Brent.
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The Quik & Slow Comedy Show is excited to host this week’s guest, Chris Borg! Chris sits down with Nick McQuik et al. to discuss the comedy hat trick; improv, stand up and Oil Kings hockey game host. He slings ads for kids. In this episode, Jamee Nall explains what she’d do for a free hat and the heated Super Bowl 50 showdown between Coldplay and Bruno Mars; James Ross breaks down the tumultuous relationship between Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage and what it takes to develop a fetish; Tom Brent insists that Nick must be Steven Avery’s lawyer; and Nick begs the question “Why should anyone get offended? They’re not special.” All this plus how to make a Subway brand sandwich! Stick around…this is a great show. Enjoy!
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This week on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show Whitehorse native, Steve McGovern, talks about life in the Yukon and elsewhere. McGovern is one part comedian, one part teacher-in-training and, when mixed well, well, let’s just say, history/math has never been so fun! Get ready for this delicious treat as James makes the order, Tom questions the order and Nick keeps the order while Jamee orders pizza. Today’s episode features conversation about the saddest joke battle ever, league bowling, meeting the Irish drinking quota (it is a moving target), doing comedy at funerals and the Golf Dome, scoring in Tom‘s bro-point game, and how Nick‘s house stays impeccably clean when his butler, Scott, is on the road. Oh, the irony! Stay tuned for this super duper, fun filled, sock-of-soap lathered edition of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show.
Steve is not available on the internet because the children cannot handle it.
This episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show is part two of, well, two. Nick McQuik, Jamee Nall and Tom Brent follow up their interview with comedians Dan Taylor and Meagan Massini in the shortest hour and a half since Frozen. Some of today’s highlights include relationship advice from Dan; when the sex is bad, it is the canary in the coalmine. Focus on the Family’s film evaluation including The Wolf of Wall Street. Meagan‘s patented (patent pending) hangover cure through intense exercise. A resurgence of the Star Wars debate including Star Wars v. Star Trek: science based or science fiction. And concluding is an interesting introspective of comedy etiquette which delves into the appropriate time is to leave a show and how to respect the audience. Then Scott Porteous shows up! Wow! That is a lot. But just enough to keep listeners coming back for more. Thanks for tuning in. Enjoy!
Part 1 is right here!
In this week’s episode of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show, Nick, Jamee and Tom are joined by Dan Taylor and Meagan Massini. Dan is one of Edmonton’s finest, who as a pastor and comedian, has unlocked the key to our iPhones. Meagan is a kick-boxing killer* (*proverbial) on the mic from Calgary who always shows her work doing “fight math”.
Everything starts well enough; entertaining stories about emceeing and how not to threaten your audience with murder. Then we find out about kids fighting. And the time a truck full of oranges tipped over and everyone had oranges to eat. Then the digression into Star Wars where the stories of murder, fights and oranges unite under the guise of intergalactic politics. All this and more on the Quik & Slow Comedy Show!
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This week’s edition of the Quik & Slow Comedy Show features budding comedienne, Tamara Appleton. Although new to comedy, Appleton is making a quick transition into the hard knock life of stand up. From road trips to Vancouver to backwoods basements of Alberta, this jokeslinger is quite funny all over. She raps with Nick “Nut Bustering” McQuik and company including James “Hero Man” Ross and Jamee “Flaky Pee” Nall about comedy, pugs dying in their drinking water, explosive couponing, and the big old sass master himself, Ross from the Friends show. And uh oh. Someone leaves the toilet seat up and everyone falls in. Well just Tamara, but still. Ick. Enjoy the show.
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