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 were late in posting that episode because everything was a shit show back then and we didn’t have our shit together. Here we are now in 2024 with history repeating itself. We were planning on having Dan Carin on this week’s episode but apparently his computer is too old to handle our recording software.

It’s been 12 years and we have learned nothing.

Anyways, so this episode is sort of about a Valentine’s Day comedy night that happened 12 years ago, but it’s also about Burger King and probably wrestling. Listen, I didn’t go back and listen to the entire thing so if any of us say something offensive please try to remember that it was a different time. I promise that we will be back with a real guest as soon as we can. It’s been a rough couple of weeks and we appreciate your support. Whoever you are. Our listeners are the real Valentine.

Enjoy the show!

Credit Where Credit is Due

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

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 sometimes blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.

Walter J. Lyng is a stand-up comedian based out of Montreal, you should follow him on Twitter @wallygoodtimes and on Facebook: Walter J. Lyng