Arlene Bynon tracked me down on the phone in Pasadena and spoke with me Friday on SiriusXM’s “Canada Talks” (Channel 167). She wanted the scoop on the TCA Winter press tour and I was happy to deliver the goods on some recent sessions, including the E! network panel featuring I am Cait‘s Caitlyn Jenner, the whole Donald Trump/NBC
On Monday, SiriusXM’s Arlene Bynon (“Canada Talks” on channel 167) felt there was “plenty of meat on the bones” of Sunday’s Emmy Awards. We both applauded Jon Hamm’s win for that final season of Mad Men. But those spoilers! Not that I was ever going to get around to watching the finale episode of Nurse Jackie, but
It’s always fun to drop in on Humble & Fred, even when they’re not really expecting you. I forgot to confirm my booking Monday and just showed up at 7:30 a.m. at their “5-Hour Energy Studio” down near the lake in Toronto’s west end. The had me on anyway. Ever gracious despite their cheeky radio banter, Howard
On Monday, Arlene Bynon asks about the news that Tracy Morgan will return to Saturday Night Live. He’s scheduled to host Oct. 17, following the 41st season opener with Miley Cyrus Oct. 3 and Amy Schumer Oct. 10. Morgan, of course, suffered serious head injuries in a terrible car accident in June of 2014. The
My usual Monday radio chat with SiriusXM’s Arlene Bynon was moved to Tuesday this week. The sad news comes first as we discuss the breaking story about the death of CBC daytime personality Chris Hyndman. Then Arlene gets right into Jon Stewart’s departure at The Daily Show. (His last show is Thursday on Comedy Central,
The confederate flag flap has given The Daily Show and The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore a week’s worth of WTF gold. At the risk of wading in way over my head I wrap myself into the controversy. I’m actually drawn into it with Scott Thompson on this week’s weekly AM900 CHML radio chat. Scott credits
Every Monday around 5:45 p.m. ET I join Arlene Bynon for ten minutes of TV talk on her SiriusXM radio show. Find it on Canada Talks channel 167. Most week’s I’m calling it in from Brampton. Off the phone line I sound like I’m speaking through a silk stalking with a leg still in it.
This week, CHML’s Scott Thompson wanted to ask my take on the Oscars. We went on to gab for over 16 minutes and completely ignored the awards talk. Instead we got sidetracked yakking about last week’s epic Saturday Night Live 40th anniversary special. I got a call this week from my colleague Bill Carter who, in 1975