On this week’s episode, Alana and her guest Pat Thornton (Just for Laughs) talk about social anxiety, fatherhood and how Pat may or may not answer a life changing phone call! Producer/husband/roommate Norm Sousa is feeling down and fires off some hot complaints to boost his mood. This just in: IT DID NOT WORK. Check out our merch on TeePublic! We’ve got everything you could ever dream of with Alana’s beautiful face on it! Instagram: @selfesteemparty Twitter: @selfesteemparty Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Hosted by: Alana Johnston Instagram: @theonlyalanajohnston Twitter: @alana_johnston Guest: Pat Thornton Instagram: http://instagram.com/pat_thornton Twitter: http://twitter.com/patthornton Brought to you By: The Sonar Network
Dan is joined by actor and comedian Pat Thornton to discuss the joys of early fatherhood, what it's like to perform stand-up for 24 hours straight, Kevin Sorbo's questionable improv skills, the post-quarantine future of the comedy business, dads who refuse to change diapers and the importance of saying no to other parents who want to pass their old baby stuff on to you. But perhaps most importantly, Dan asks about the adorable #LarryLooks photo series, where (styled impeccably by crafty mom Maggie) Pat's son dresses up as different celebrities. This fun social media project has become a sensation, bringing much needed entertainment to tons of people as they navigate our current unsettling reality. If you could use a pick-me-up, Larry, Maggie and Pat have got your back. Check out Pat's starring role in the hilarious Filth City and his new comedy album Dumb Phone Calls. Connect with Big Poppas on Instagram, Twitter, and via email at email@example.com, and don't forget to rate and review the show when you have a moment. All Praise 2 The Moms.
Pat speaks with actor and comedian Pat Thornton about starting out in comedy, developing your own tv show and maybe just having one kid.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
Episode 34 - Interview with Juno nominee Pat Thornton
Comedy Album Book Club
In this, the last interview in our week long celebration of Canadian comedy, we sit with Pat Thornton to discuss their Juno nominated album Chicken! as well as the adorable dog the album was named after. I mean look at that cutey on the cover! Come back in April when we'll be discussing Simply The Beth with with Grace Smith and Ryan Hughes also check out our prior four Juno interviews with Chanty Marostica, Dave Merheje, Debra DiGiovanni and Mayce Galoni as well as our Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival panel episode where we discuss the 1976 Saturday Night Live album.
Volume 2, 1st Edition - Perogies & Tree Stumps (Feat. Pat Thornton)
Food and Chair Magazine
Food & Chair Magazine is back, and in its 1st edition of the second season, Ian and Brian sit down with comedian and actor Pat Thornton to discuss eating perogies and one of natures first chairs, the tree stump.
What can we say about Pat Thornton...he's made us laugh, he's made us cry! Listen with your ear holes as Pat takes us into a world of art that we didn't even know existed. He finally answers the question: "Is THAT art?" - and you won't believe the answer!For more Pat-listen now...NOW!
The Spooky Sex DungeonToday on Spooked! Colin has to be an impromptu dad, Cody has a real fairy godmother, Damien grows up in a hole, and Pat wants to be whipped with fruit leather. We learn the value of family on today's episode, so grab your mom and dad and some old family photo albums and get ready to get Spooked!
Pat Thornton and Eric Toth are the creators of the CBC comedy web series, My Kitchen Can Be Anything. Two hilarious comedians and writers. Both got their start in sketch comedy in the early 2000s; Pat with Todd's Lunch, and then The Sketchersons, and Eric with The Imponderables. Pat also has a successful stand up career with a special out on Comedy Network. Eric writes for other Canadian shows like, Still Standing, and has written for The Ron James Show. We laugh and have fun like crazy here. Enjoy! Follow Pat @patthornton Follow Eric @etothdaily Follow the show @UtopiaToMe Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
He just dropped his comedy special Different Times and plays Mayor Tom Hogg in Filth City, so it’s the perfect time for Pat Thornton to sit down and discuss the existential and literal chaos of Joel and Ethan Coen’s 2009 comedy masterpiece A Serious Man. That’s right, your genial host Norm Wilner calls it a masterpiece. What, you’re going to argue?