The Montreal podcast that existed long before the Covid-19 pandemic takes a look back at the last year of isolation and social distancing.

It’s been one full year since Go Plug Yourself transformed into Go Quarantine Yourself during the initial lockdown.

How have we grown and changed over that time? Has anything changed? Have we grown at all? Did we learn anything?

Probably not.

Lawrence, Chris and I have a nice little roundtable chat and try to stay positive. We love you. PS: I know that Inés is in this episode image but she had a last minute thing involving a cat so she couldn’t make it. I had made the image prior to recording and I’m not about to change it.

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Aural Turpitude!

Inés Anaya never stops finding ways to be funny: writing for Hindwing Press, running shows like Stand Up Story Slam and getting on the mic at comedy shows all over the city. The best way to keep track of what she’s up to next is on Instagram @clout__atlas

Chris Venditto is another funny person in Montreal who you can see all over the place and if you don’t want to miss him take the stage you should follow him on all the socials. He’s @chrisvenditto on Twitter and Instagram so you should follow him on those two things. He also produces shows with the guys at Perfect Bite Productions who you should also follow on Instagram and on Facebook.

Lawrence Corber also produces some shows you may have heard of (you should probably check out the next Healthy Living show when you get a chance) and if you’re close with him you can call him Lully. The other way to call him “Lully” is to follow him on his socials. @Lully514 on Instagram.

 Keith does all sorts of things here on, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.