The Sketchersons

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The Sketchersons perform a sketch at Sunday Night Live with host Kayla Lorette, August 16th, 2009

The Sketchersons are a sketch comedy troupe based in Toronto, Ontario. They are winners of the 2007 Canadian Comedy Award for best Sketch Troupe,[1] an award they had been nominated for each of the 3 years prior. The Sketchersons were again nominated for the award in 2008, 2009, 2010, and 2013.

The Sketchersons have performed across Canada and the United States, including at the 2005 and 2006 Montreal Fringe Festivals, the 2006 New York Fringe Festival, the 2008 Just For Laughs Sketch Comedy Gala in Toronto, the 2009 Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival, and at the 2012 JFL42 Festival. Members of the troupe are also active in Toronto's comedy scene and can be seen at various shows around the city including Laugh Sabbath, The Last Comedy Show and Projectproject amongst others.

Current Sketchersons[edit]

  • Daryn McIntyre - Joined Nov 6th, 2008; Head Writer
  • Jocelyn Geddie - Joined August 15, 2010
  • Andy Auld - Joined March 7, 2011
  • Joel Buxton - Joined March 7, 2011
  • Phil Moorhead - Joined March 7, 2011
  • Ann Pornel - Joined March 7, 2011
  • Alexandra Wylie - Joined March 7, 2011
  • Greg Chociej - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Brandon Hackett - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Allison Hogg - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Jonathan Langdon - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Alessandra Vite - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Jeremy Woodcock - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Gary Rideout Jr. - Founding member/Producer
  • Mark Andrada - Joined July 18, 2004 (Technical & Lighting Director)

Sunday Night Live Alumni[edit]

The April 2010 cast of Sunday Night Live (minus Pat Thornton, Cole Osborne and Daryn McIntyre)
  • Grant Cumming - Founding member
  • Dan Galea - Founding member
  • Holly Prazoff - Founding member
  • Shannon Beckner - Founding member
  • Tal Zimerman - Founding member; former news anchor
  • Craig Brown - Founding member
  • Bob Kerr - Founding member; former news anchor
  • Inessa Frantowski - Founding member
  • Pat Thornton - Founding member, former head writer
  • Fraser Young
  • Gilson Lubin
  • Nikki Payne
  • Jared Sales - former news anchor
  • Josh Saltzman - Joined July 3, 2007
  • Cole Osborne - Joined July 3, 2007; former news anchor
  • Laura Cilevitz - Joined July 3, 2007
  • Norm Sousa - Joined July 3, 2007; former head writer
  • Jason DeRosse - Joined July 3, 2007
  • Andy Hull - Joined July 3, 2007
  • Carly Heffernan - Joined Nov 6th, 2008
  • Alex Tindal - Joined Nov 6th, 2008
  • Sarah Hillier - Joined Nov 6th, 2008
  • Brendan Halloran - Joined Nov 6th, 2008; former news anchor/ head writer
  • Kevin Matviw - Joined August 15, 2010
  • Kaitlin Loftus - Joined March 7, 2011
  • Ian MacIntyre - Joined August 15, 2010
  • Kirsten Rasmussen - Joined January 20, 2013
  • Jon Blair - Joined Nov 6th, 2008; former head writer

Sunday Night Live[edit]

Sunday Night Live
Sketchersons sunday night live diesel poster 2007-2008.jpg
Poster for the 2007-2008 run of Sunday Night Live with the Sketchersons at the Diesel Playhouse, Toronto, ON, Canada
Written by The Sketchersons
Date premiered January 4th, 2004
Place premiered Toronto
Genre Sketch Comedy

The Sketchersons run the weekly stage show Sunday Night Live, which is modeled after Saturday Night Live which airs on NBC. Sunday Night Live began in Toronto in early 2004 at The Rivoli on Queen Street West, but only lasted for 2 shows before moving to the Poor Alex Theatre on Brunswick Street at Bloor, with hosts such as Amanda Walsh, Scott Thompson, and Snow. In 2005, The Poor Alex closed, and the show moved across the street to The Brunswick House, a popular bar for university students. Notable hosts from this stint at "The Brunny" include WWE Superstar Chris Jericho, Colin Mochrie and Royal Canadian Air Farce's Don Ferguson. From January to December 2007, the group had a successful run at the Diesel Playhouse. Hosts from that year included Toronto Mayor David Miller, Canadian Idol Ryan Malcolm, Tyler Stewart and Kevin Hearn (members of The Barenaked Ladies) and former Toronto Argonaut John Avery.

In January 2008, Sunday Night Live went on hiatus as the show's new, permanent venue was under renovation. In November 2008, Comedy Bar opened its doors as the Sketcherson's permanent home, and the cast (which expanded, adding 6 new members) has been writing a new show every week since. Hosts from this era have included famed stand-up comedian Andy Kindler, Kids in the Hall's Kevin McDonald, Greg Proops, wrestler Bret "The Hitman" Hart, Actors Tatiana Maslany, Amy Matysio and Kevin Sorbo, Saturday Night Live alumni Jerry Minor and Jeff Richards, Eastbound & Down's Steve Little, The Sports Network anchor Jay Onrait, Second City alum Sandy Jobin-Bevans, stand-up comedians Todd Glass, Todd Barry, Kurt Braunohler, and Video On Trial mainstay Debra DiGiovanni.

Sunday Night Live Hosts[edit]

2004[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Notes
1 January 4 Albert Howell The debut of Sunday Night Live occurs at The Rivoli.
2 January 11 Jason Rouse 2nd and last show at the Rivoli.
3 January 18 Gavin Stephens Sunday Night Live moves to its new home, The Poor Alex Theatre.
4 January 22 Levi MacDougall
5 February 1 Paul Bellini
6 February 8 Jason Rouse
7 February 15 Laurie Elliott
8 February 22 Gilson Lubin Gilson Lubin would later become the first host of Sunday Night Live to join the Sketchersons
9 February 29 Tim Polley
11 March 15 Alan Park
12 March 21 Paul Schuck
13 March 29 Terry McGurrin
14 April 4 Boyd Banks
15 April 18 Mark Forward
16 April 25 Nicole Stamp
17 May 2 Mike Strobel
18 May 9 Jo-Anna Downey
19 May 16 Andy Boorman
20 May 23 Nikki Payne
21 May 30 The Imponderables The Imponderables are the first sketch troupe to host
Sunday Night Live. They are composed of
Dave Brennan, Eric Toth, Jon Smith and Tony Lombardo.
22 June 6 Amanda Walsh
23 June 13 Ryan Belleville
24 June 20 Aurora Browne
25 June 27 Don Ferguson Don Ferguson was the first member of legendary
sketch troupe The Royal Canadian Air Farce to host.
26 July 4 Snow
27 July 11 Scott Thompson
28 July 18 Sabotage
29 July 25 Seán Cullen
30 August 1 Marc Hickox
31 August 8 Fraser Young
32 August 15 Richard Crouse
33 August 22 Chris McCawley
34 August 29 Jen Goodhue
35 September 5 Ron Sparks
36 September 12 Kate Davis
37 September 19 Winston Spear
38 September 25 Bruce Hunter
39 October 3 Terry Clement
40 October 17 Jon Dore
41 October 24 Mark Forward
42 October 31 Terry McGurrin as George W. Bush Comedian Terry McGurrin was the first of only two hosts to
perform entirely in character - the other being Marc Hickox
as Heino.
43 November 7 Angelo Tsarouchas
44 November 14 Karina Huber
45 November 21 Kristeen Von Hagen
46 November 28 Paul Bates
47 December 5 Sandy Jobin-Bevans
48 December 12 The Minnesota Wrecking Crew Just the second sketch troupe to host Sunday Night Live,
The Minnesota Wrecking Crew are John Catucci,
Josh Glover, Mike 'Nug' Nahrgang and Ron Sparks.
49 December 19 Elvira Kurt

2005[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Notes
50 January 9 No Host (Best of 2004)
51 January 16 No Host (One Year Anniversary Show)
52 January 23 Trevor Boris
53 January 30 Melanie Martin
54 February 6 Ron Josol
55 February 13 Boyd Banks
56 February 20 Paul Bellini
57 March 6 The Imponderables
58 March 13 Martha Chaves
59 March 20 Steve Patterson
60 April 3 Knock, Knock, Who’s There? Comedy! Katie Crown, Aaron Eves, Adam Brodie and Dave Derewlany become just the 3rd
sketch group to host Sunday Night Live.
61 April 10 Eliza Jane Scott and Sarah Cornell
62 April 17 Andy Boorman
63 April 24 Dave Martin
64 May 1 Paul Constable
65 May 8 Jo-Anna Downey
66 May 15 Frank Spadone
67 May 22 Scott Thompson
68 May 29 Alan Park
69 June 5 The Gurg (Fringe Fundraiser)
70 June 12 No Host (Montreal Fringe)
71 June 19 No Host (Montreal Fringe)
72 June 26 Gavin Crawford
73 July 3 TJ Dawe
74 July 10 Seán Cullen
75 July 17 Colin Mochrie
76 July 24 Craig Lauzon
77 July 31 Mark Andrada
78 August 7 Josie Dye
79 August 14 Enza Supermodel
80 August 21 Joe Dinicol
81 August 28 The Gurg
82 September 4 No Host (End of Summer Bash) "Featuring Ron Sparks, Fraser Young, Boyd Banks, Jen Goodhue, Jon Dore, Paul Bellini and more"
83 September 11 Jenn Robertson
84 September 18 Trevor Boris
85 September 25 Marc Hickox as Heino
86 October 2 Brian Froud
87 October 16 Winston Spear
88 October 23 Jon Steinberg
89 October 30 Terry Clement
90 November 6 Sass and the City Jan Caruana, Lauren Ash, Rica Eckersley, and Sarah Buski
91 November 13 Fraser Young
92 November 20 Alex Nussbaum
93 November 27 A Chair
94 December 4 Debra DiGiovanni
95 December 11 Lucy Decoutere
96 December 18 Multiple Hosts including Boyd Banks and Ron Sparks (Christmas Show)

2006[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Notes
97 January 8 Ron Josol
98 January 15 Terry McGurrin
99 January 22 Jeff McEnery
100 January 29 No Host (Best of 2005)
101 February 5 The Understudies Robert Knox, Paul Levia and Justin Skinner
102 February 12 John Avery
103 February 19 Laurie Elliott
104 February 26 Nick Flanagan
105 March 5 Kyle Radke
106 March 12 Morgan Waters
107 March 19 Pay Chen
108 March 26 Henri Faberge and the Adorables
109 April 2 Christian Potenza
110 April 9 Colin Mochrie, Lucy Decoutere,
John Avery, Sean Cullen, Don Ferguson, and Jon Dore
The Sketchersons celebrated their "100th" show at The Winter Garden theatre with multiple hosts.
111 April 23 Morbio Court Jarrel, Andrew McGillvray, Steve Murphy, and Mike Sullivan
112 April 30 Kurt Smeaton
113 May 7 Pat Kelly and Peter Oldring
114 May 14 No Host (The Worst-Of Show)
115 May 21 Long Weekend Spectacular
116 May 28 10,000 To Flight Julie Dumais and Mark Andrada
117 June 4 No Host (Montreal Fringe Preview)
118 June 11 No Host (Montreal Fringe)
119 June 18 No Host (Montreal Fringe)
120 June 25 No Host (We’re Back Show)
121 July 2 Andy Boorman
122 July 9 Don Ferguson and Kevin Heard
123 July 16 Chris Jericho
124 July 23 Uncalled For Improv Anders Yates, Caitlin Howden, Dan Jeannotte, Jacynthe Lalonde, Matt Goldberg, and Mike Hughes
125 July 30 Lisa Brooke
126 August 6 Jennifer Hollett
127 August 13 No Host (New York Fringe Preview)
128 August 20 No Host (New York Fringe)
129 August 27 No Host (New York Fringe)
130 September 3 No Host (Radio Show vol. 1)
131 September 10 Matt Baram
132 September 17 Canker (Jared Sales and Daryn McIntyre)
133 September 24 No Host (Radio Show vol. 2)
134 October 1 Brandon Firla
135 October 15 Marc Hickox
136 October 22 Winston Spear
137 October 29 Ben Miner and Jon Steinberg
138 November 5 Aaron Merke First appearance of the newly expanded Sketchersons cast including Norm Sousa,

Andy Hull, Jason Derosse, Greg Calderone, Matt Karzis, Jen Martinovic and Charity Adams.

139 November 12 J.R. Digs
140 November 19 John Avery
141 November 26 Richard Ryder
142 December 3 The Bicycles
143 December 10 Alex Nussbaum
144 December 17 Multiple Hosts (Andy Boorman, Alex Nussbaum and Ron Sparks) (Year End Special)

2007[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Notes
145 January 21 No Host (Best of 2006) Sunday Night Live moves from The Brunswick House
to The Diesel Playhouse
146 January 28 Tyler Stewart and Kevin Hearn
147 February 4 Morgan Waters
148 February 11 Ryan Malcolm
149 February 18 Teresa Pavlinek
150 March 4 Debra McGrath
151 March 11 John Avery
152 March 18 Shauna McDonald and James Roussel
153 March 25 Paul Constable
154 April 1 Nathan Fielder
155 April 15 David Miller (3 Year Anniversary) Toronto Mayor, David Miller hosted the 3 year
anniversary of Sunday Night Live at the Diesel Playhouse.
156 April 22 Aurora Browne
157 April 29 Boyd Banks
158 May 6 Chris Gibbs
159 May 13 Gavin Crawford
160 May 20 No Host (Volcanic Wind)
161 May 27 Barry Taylor
162 June 3 No Host (L.A. Showcase)
163 June 24 No Host (Fringe Preview)
164 July 1 The Doo-Wops
165 July 8 Alan Park and Penelope Corrin
166 July 15 Christian Potenza
167 July 22 10,000 To Flight
168 July 29 No Host (Cancerball Run)
169 August 5 Casey Corbin
170 August 12 Sabrina Jalees
171 August 19 Sandra Battaglini
172 August 26 Anand Rajaram
173 September 2 Rebecca Addelman
174 September 9 Ron Sparks
175 September 16 Nicole Arbour
176 September 23 Darren Frost
177 September 30 Trevor Boris
178 October 14 Nikki Payne
179 October 21 Vivieno Caldinelli
180 October 28 Sean Gehon
181 November 4 Christine Diakos
182 November 11 Sara Hennessey
183 November 18 Ryan Malcolm
184 November 25 Johnny Gardhouse
185 December 2 Peter Anthony
186 December 9 No Host ("Worst Of" vol. 2)

Sunday Night Live went on a 10 month hiatus and returned once renovations to Comedy Bar were complete.

2008[edit]

Musical Guest list was not archived before 2008

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
187 November 9 Sandy Jobin-Bevans Sean Pinchin Sunday Night Live debuts at the fully renovated and officially
opened Comedy Bar
188 November 16 Katie Crown Maylee Todd
189 November 23 Pat Kelly Laura Fernandez
190 November 30 Chris Gibbs The Human Statues
191 December 7 Nathan MacIntosh MJ Cyr
192 December 14 Kathleen Phillips Kirt Godwin
193 December 21 Sara Hennessey,
Casey Corbin,
Peter Anthony,
Boyd Banks
Drew Smith Christmas special, monologue performed by Sara Hennessey
194 December 28 Debra DiGiovanni None Scheduled musical guest, comedian Donnie Hornet, was
killed in a streetcar accident weeks prior to his appearance,
prompting the first public performance of the song, "Spring Jacket".

2009[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
195 January 4 David Kerr Anna Sudac
196 January 11 Danny Smith Danny Smith
197 January 18 No Host (Best of 2008) None
198 January 25 Ron Pederson Tyler Yarema
199 February 1 No Host (Post Super Bowl Show) None
200 February 8 Graham Wagner Kjartan and the Solid Gold Internets
201 February 15 Andrew Johnston Wordburglar
202 March 1 Allyson Smith Ola Roks
203 March 8 Tim Gilbert Thelonious Infamous Bajcar
204 March 15 Ian Sirota The Courtney Wells Band
205 March 22 Jay Onrait Sean Pinchin
206 March 29 Jonny Harris PDF Format
207 April 5 Jim Annan Peter Van Helvoort
208 April 19 Rebecca Kohler The Wilderness of Manitoba
209 April 26 Ghost Jail Megan Hamilton
210 May 3 Dini Dimakos Robyn Dell’Unto
211 May 10 Eric Toth David Ward
212 May 17 Kurt Smeaton Provincial Parks
213 May 24 Andy Kindler Donovan Woods
214 May 31 Scott Montgomery The Good Sweaters
215 June 7 No Host (Best of Jan-May 2009) Wordburglar and Peter Project
216 June 14 Boyd Banks Wax Mannequin
217 June 21 Levi MacDougall The DoneFors
218 June 28 Tatiana Maslany Melon Miles
219 July 5 Emily Candini Melissa Bathory
220 July 12 Uncalled For Improv Drew Smith and Niall Fynes Anders Yates, Caitlin Howden, Dan Jeannotte, Jacynthe Lalonde, Matt Goldberg, and Mike Hughes
221 July 19 Jerry Minor Jerry Minor On July 19, 2009, Jerry Minor became the first ex-cast member of Saturday Night Live to host Sunday Night Live
222 July 26 Fraz Wiest The Paint Movement
223 August 2 Gavin Crawford The Good Sweaters
224 August 9 Mark Little Gravity Wave
225 August 16 Kayla Lorette Manelli Jamal
226 August 23 Andre Arruda Songs of the Sea
227 & 228 August 30 No Host (2 Industry Best Of shows) Robyn Dell’Unto and Sean Pinchin
229 September 6 Jan Caruana The DoneFors
230 September 13 Sweatshop Hop The Wilderness of Manitoba
231 September 20 Sean Tabares Mandippal Jandu
232 September 27 Peter Stevens Eve and the Ocean
233 October 4 No Host (Sketchersons TV Special) The Hots
234 October 18 Fraser Young The Paint Movement
235 October 25 Brandon Firla Dave Borins
236 November 1 Colin Mochrie Sean Pinchin
237 November 8 Dini Dimakos

Andrew Johnston
Jonny Harris
Sean Tabares
Tatiana Maslany
David Kerr
Fraser Young
Eric Toth

Make Your Exit Originally scheduled host Tim Meadows was forced to back out due to scheduling conflicts, resulting in the first Sunday Night Live Best of Hosts show.
238 November 15 Ben Mulroney Members of Hooded Fang 2009 Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
239 November 22 Todd Barry Whale Tooth
240 November 29 Adam Christie The DoneFors
241 December 6 Paul Bates Jay McCarrol
242 December 13 Laurie Elliot Entire Cities
243 December 20 Ingrid Haas Ben Kunder
244 December 27 No Host Wilderness of Manitoba Radio Show

2010[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
245 January 3 No Host Maylee Todd & Will Witwham Part of Comedy Bar's New Formats Week, the cast was split in half with Pat Thornton, Gary Rideout Jr, Carly Heffernan, Andy Hull, Jon Blair and Brendan Halloran representing "Team Burn" and Cole Osborne, Norm Sousa, Sarah Hillier, Jason Derosse, Daryn McIntyre and Alex Tindal representing "Team Dud". The two groups performed the same set of sketches each as separate troupes. Musical guests Maylee Todd and Will Witwham each did their own interpretations of Elton John's Tiny Dancer.
246 January 10 Bobby Mair & Dylan Gott The Donefors
247 January 17 No Host Make Your Exit Best of 2009
248 January 24 Adam Growe Kevin Myles Wilson
249 January 31 Kris Siddiqi Mikey and the Muskrats
250 February 14 Brian Barlow & Deborah Robinson-Barlow Bronwyn West & Melon Miles Couples themed show for Valentine's Day
251 February 21 David Reale Kat Burns
252 February 28 Pete Zedlacher Hamilton Trading Co.
253 March 14 No Host Multiple Musical Guests The First Sunday Night Live Best of Musical Guests. Acts included

Robyn Dell'Unto, Provincial Parks, Make Your Exit, Hooded Fang and Whale Tooth.

254 March 21 Emmanuel Belliveau Paul Kolinski
255 March 28 Bruce Horak Henri Fabrege
256 April 4 Sara Hennessey People of Canada TSN Anchor Jay Onrait appeared on the SNN Headline News segment.
257 April 11 Becky Johnson Shawn Clarke
258 April 18 James Cybulski The Spooky Scarecrows James Cybulski becomes the second TSN anchor to host Sunday Night Live.
259 April 25 John Catucci Michelle Willis & Heather Crawford
260 May 2 Anand Rajaram Joel Pryor
261 May 9 Darrin Rose Members of Proxy Set
262 May 16 Alan Frew Alan Frew
263 May 23 Jet Eveleth & Paul Brittain Mike Celia Jet Eveleth and Paul Brittain (from Chicago, IL) host as part of the 2010 Projectproject Combustion Festival
264 June 6 Mike "Nug" Nahrgang Ashley Beattie
265 June 13 Frenzy Wordburglar
266 June 20 No Host Joel Martin Each of the cast members picked their favourite sketches of all time, from any era of the Sketchersons existence.
267 June 27 Lauren Ash Brad Casey
268 July 4 Kirsten Rasmussen & Dan Jeannotte MJ Cyr
269 July 11 Shelley-Ann Brown Ashley Beattie
270 July 18 Soundspeed Soundspeed
271 August 1 No Host Mikey Muscat Much like the New Formats Week show, the cast was divided into two teams, this time along gender lines and were given the same sketches to perform. Team T's was made up of Inessa Frantowski, Sarah Hillier, Carly Heffernan and Laura Cilevitz. TEAM D's was made up of Alex Tindal, Gary Rideout Jr., Andy Hull, Brendan Halloran and Daryn McIntyre.
272 August 15 Dan O'Toole Emily Mover Sunday Night Live debuts the 3 newest Sketchersons: Jocelyn Geddie, Ian MacIntyre and Kevin Matviw. Dan O'Toole is added to the growing list of TSN Anchors to host Sunday Night Live. The list already contains Jay Onrait (who made a special surprise appearance onstage at the Dan O'Toole show) and James Cybulski.
273 August 22 Graham Chittenden Carly and Mark
274 August 29 Craig Brown Sean Pinchin Craig Brown becomes the first founding member of the Sketchersons to host Sunday Night Live
275 September 5 Lindsay Ames Paul Kolinski
276 September 12 Rob Norman Ben Somer
277 September 19 Dan Galea Sarah Loucks
278 September 26 Haircut (Allie Price and Patrick Smith) Shawn Clarke
279 October 5 Amanda Walsh Matt York
280 October 17 Kevin McDonald Ron Sexsmith Canadian Comedy Awards, special appearance by former Sports Central anchor Sean McCormick.
281 October 24 Leslie Seiler Kjartan's Fjords (Kjartan Hewitt)
282 October 31 Tal Zimerman The Jean Shallots Billed as "Sunday Night Dead"
283 November 7 No Host No Music Toronto Sketchfest Edition - "Best of" show.
284 November 14 Steve Cochrane Sarah Dell
285 November 21 Rob Baker Jay McCarrol of the Golden Dogs
286 November 28 Matt Folliott Joel Battle
287 December 5 Mark DeBonis Mike Celia
288 December 12 NO HOST Carlie Howell and the DeHarms Rogers Cable films the December 12th Sunday Night Live for their New Year's Eve countdown show Live to Tape
289 December 19 Alastair Forbes 3 Season and the Move
290 December 26 NO HOST

2011[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
291 January 2 NO HOST NO MUSIC As part of the 2nd Festival of New Formats, all the sketches during Sunday Night Live revolve around a single event and share a common theme.
292 January 9 Dan Beirne Donovan Woods
293 January 16 NO HOST Kai Best of 2010
294 January 23 Mike Kiss HotKid
295 January 30 Renee Paquette The Wilderness of Manitoba
296 February 13 Sean Tabares and Meg Mack Jordan Leech
297 February 20 Andrew Johnston The Cheeto Girls
298 March 6 Kayla Lorette The Emerson Rhythm Band Sunday Night Live debuts 6 new cast members: Andy Auld, Joel Buxton, Kaitlin Loftus, Phil Moorhead, Ann Pornel, and Alexandra Wylie.
299 March 13 K. Trevor Wilson Dave Borins
300 March 20 Kerry Griffin Thelonious Infamous Bajcar
301 March 27 Dan Redican Joel Battle
302 April 3 Todd Glass Make Your Exit
303 April 10 Christian Potenza Amanda Leblanc
304 April 17 James Hartnett Let's Build Machines
305 April 24 Conor Holler Gabe Kastner
306 May 8 NO HOST Ely Henry
307 May 15 Standards & Practices Tia Brazda & the Madmen
308 May 22 British Teeth Teenage Kicks
309 May 29 Ashley Comeau Alright Alright
310 June 5 Jason DeRosse Ben Kunder
311 June 12 NO HOST NO MUSIC Best of Show
312 June 19 Kris Siddiqi The DoneFors
313 June 26 James Gangl Tara Lightfoot
314 July 3 Dale Boyer Rick & Chuck
315 July 10 Chris Craddock Patrick Grant
316 July 17 Daniel Woodrow Young Doctors In Love
317 July 24 Dave Merheje The Elwins
318 July 31 David Dineen-Porter Gt. Dane
319 August 7 Mark Andrada Donovan Woods
320 August 14 Craig Lauzon Sean Pinchin
321 August 21 Adam Cawley Erin Hunt
322 August 27 Kevin Sorbo NO MUSIC Kevin Sorbo appears as part of the "Kevin Sorbo Garbage Weekend", an event spinning out of a bizarre series of jokes from last November's Pat Thornton 24-Hour Charity Show.
323 August 28 Bob Kerr NO MUSIC
324 September 4 Julia Hladkowicz The Power of Equality
325 September 11 Pat Thornton PT Barnums A farewell show for Sketchersons founding member and former head writer Pat Thornton.
326 September 18 DJ Demers BingeNinja
327 September 25 Evany Rosen The DoneFors
328 October 2 Brigitte Kingsley Sara Wilkinson
329 October 16 Bret "The Hitman" Hart HotKid A special Canadian Comedy Awards edition featuring WWE legend Bret "The Hitman" Hart. Sketchersons CCA nominees include Jon Blair (Best Web Clip), Sarah Hillier (Best Female Improvisor - WINNER), Gary Rideout Jr. (Best One Man Show), and Ian MacIntyre (Best Comedic Play).
330 October 23 Ladystache 1977
331 October 31 Desiree Lavoy-Dorsch The Elwins
332 November 6 Sara Hennessey Dr. Ew
333 November 13 Peter Hill, Julianne Snepsts, Gwynne Phillips, Briana Templeton, Jonathan Langdon, Peter Carlone, Morgan George, Laura Danowski, Roger Bainbridge, Brian Macquarrie, Lindy Zucker Wordburglar and Ashley Beattie An extra-special Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival Edition, with 11 hosts joining the Sketchersons from the festival's Production Staff and several troupes (Tony Ho, Templeton Philharmonic, Approximately 3 Peters, Vest of Friends, Cheap Smokes, Reverse Oreo, Peter n' Chris, Picnicface, and Queer Comedy Collective). Jay Onrait also stops by to co-host the newsdesk.
334 November 20 Marco Bernardi Joel Battle
335 November 27 Greg Proops Shawn Clarke Greg Proops hosts Sunday Night Live, capping off Comedy Bar’s 3rd Anniversary Weekend.
336 December 4 Ron Sparks Alright Alright Ron Sparks hosts for the 6th time, setting the record for most times hosting Sunday Night Live.
337 December 11 the Rivas brothers (Freddie, Thomas, and Miguel Rivas) Nick Rose
338 December 18 Best of 2011 Hosts (Dan Beirne, DJ Demers, Matt Folliott, Alastair Forbes, James Gangl, Andrew Johnston, Kayla Lorette, Evany Rosen) members of Rouge

2012[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
339 January 8 NO HOST the Scott and Sarah Experience As part of Comedy Bar's "Festival Of New Formats", each sketch contains 3 possible endings, with the audience keeping track of which endings they liked the most. At the end of the show the results of audience preferences are tabulated according to "Teen Quizfest" Magazine.
340 January 15 NO HOST NO MUSIC Best of 2011 Show
341 January 22 Andy Kindler Will Whitwham
342 January 29 Mike Fly Ely Henry
343 February 12 Todd Van Allen Martha Meredith
344 February 19 Andrew Johnston The Cheeto Girls
345 March 4 Paloma Nunez Nicole Byblow
346 March 11 Norm Sousa Daryn McIntyre
347 March 18 Garrett Jamieson Steve Cruickshank
348 March 25 Derek Flores Patrick Grant
349 April 1 John Hastings Sweetsapp
350 April 8 Hannah Hogan Erik Schramek
351 April 15 DJ Demers jeffrichardsand
352 April 22 Jason Agnew David Felton
353 April 29 Helder Brum Joel Battle
354 May 6 Sean Tabares Kate Ashley
355 May 13 Bronx Cheer (Conner Holler and Craig Anderson) Ely Henry
356 May 20 Teddy Wilson & Ajay Fry Power of Equality
357 May 27 Jim Annan Joel Battle
358 June 3 Stacey McGunnigle Donovan Woods
359 June 10 Bret "The Hitman" Hart Crimes In Paris
360 June 17 NO HOST NO MUSIC Industry Showcase "Best Of" show
361 June 24 Eric Andrews Daryn McIntyre
362 July 1 The Wilderness of Manitoba The Wilderness of Manitoba
363 July 8 Steve Patrick Adams Autobodies
364 July 15 Simon Pond The Gerussi Sisters
365 July 22 Matt Folliott TBA
366 July 29 Sandra Battaglini Language Arts
367 August 5 Jonathan Langdon Helsinki
368 August 12 Ely Henry Sara Wilkinson
369 August 19 Monty Scott Let's Build Machines
370 September 2 NO HOST Bradleyboy MacArthur End of Summer Best-Of Blowout
371 September 9 Bob Kerr Patrick Grant
372 September 16 Wayne Jones Hair Hair
373 September 23 NO HOST cast of Avenue Q Sunday Night Live appears as part of Just For Laughs' "JFL42" festival.
374 September 30 Jamie O'Connor Maneli Jamal
375 October 14 Jerry Minor and Steve Little Jeff Richards Jerry Minor and Steve Little appear as part of the Big City Improv Festival.
376 October 21 Aaron Berg Brody Dakin
377 October 28 K. Trevor Wilson Donovan Woods
378 November 4 McGee Maddox Suzy Wilde
379 November 11 Pat Thornton Wordburglar
380 November 18 Melissa McIntyre Melissa McIntyre
381 November 25 NO HOST NO MUSIC Reflections 2012: best-of edition.
382 December 9 Ali Hassan Shawn Clarke
383 December 16 Nick Flanagan The Brunswick Project
384 December 23 Best of 2012 Hosts (Sean Tabares, DJ Demers, Steve Patrick Adams, Paloma Nunez, John Hastings, Ely Henry, Jaime O'Connor, Helder Brum) MUSIC

2013[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
385 January 6 NO HOST Sarah Wilkinson As part of Comedy Bar’s “Festival Of New Formats”, each sketch is based on a premise pitched to the person who wrote it, generally by a family member, friend, or random person.
386 January 13 Carly Heffernan and Alastair Forbes Justine Demarillac
387 January 20 John Hastings Language Arts Sunday Night Live debuts the 7 newest Sketchersons: Brandon Hackett, Jonathan Langdon, Kirsten Rasmussen, Allison Hogg, Jeremy Woodcock, Greg Chociej, and Alessandra Vite.
388 January 27 James Hartnett Blue Son
389 February 3 Deborah Robinson and Brian Barlow Patrick Grant
390 February 10 Cast of Hogtown Empire (Dan Beirne, Peter Stevens, Mark Little, and Kayla Lorrette) Ohio
391 February 17 Andrew Johnston Ashley Beattie
392 March 3 Brendan Halloran Donovan Woods
393 March 10 Kurt Braunohler Shawn Clarke Sunday Night Live appears as part of the 8th Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
394 March 17 Gavin Crawford Graham Gerussi Sunday Night Live appears as part of the 8th Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival.
395 March 24 Hannah Spear Sarah Wilkinson
396 April 7 Mark Little & Kyle Dooley Joel Battle
397 April 14 Templeton Philharmonic (Briana Templeton, Gwynne Phillips) Falling Androids
398 April 21 Ben Miner Brunswick Project
399 April 28 Matt O'Brien Menalon
400 May 5 Kevin McDonald TCQ Sunday Night Live's 400th show.
401 May 12 Daniel James Blimp Rock
402 May 19 Amy Matysio Joe Chammas
403 May 26 Kathleen Phillips Sarah Shafey
404 June 2 Adam Christie That Boy Richie
405 June 9 Dan Galea Three Seasons and the Move
406 June 16 Dr. Ew, Falling Androids, Language Arts, and Wordburglar Dr. Ew, Falling Androids, Language Arts, and Wordburglar As part of the NXNE Festival, the show featured 4 musical guests who also hosted and appeared in one sketch each—the show ended in an all-cast and all-hosts rendition of "The Weight" by The Band.
407 June 23 NO HOST - Sketchersons Alumni Show (brief monologue performed by Fraser Young) Sean Pinchin Special Sketchersons alumni show featuring past members Laura Cilevitz, Jason DeRosse, Inessa Frantowski, Dan Galea, Brendan Halloran, Sarah Hillier, Andy Hull, Bob Kerr, Holly Prazoff, Gary Rideout, Jr., Pat Thornton, Fraser Young, and Tal Zimerman.
408 June 30 Holly Prazoff Mirian Kay
409 July 7 Jess Beaulieu & Laura Bailey Erin Hunt
410 July 14 Peter & Chris Marty Topps
411 July 21 Amanda Brooke Perrin Patti Cake
412 July 28 Tony Ho (Roger Bainbridge, Adam Niebergall, and Miguel Rivas) Patrick Grant
413 August 4 Ken Hall Brunswick Project
414 August 11 Freddie Rivas Molly Flood
415 August 18 Inessa Frantowski Sean Pinchin
416 August 25 The Conventioneers (Matt Chin & Jason Agnew) Bleach Blonde Butthole
417 September 1 Tyler Morrison Sara Wilkinson
418 September 8 Cheap Smokes Kevin Myles Wilson Duo
419 September 15 Tess Degenstein Pamela Martin
420 September 29 Laurie Elliott Suzannah Wilde
421 October 20 Jeff Richards Ely Henry Saturday Night Live and MadTV alumnus Jeff Richards appeared as a part of the Big City Improv Festival.
422 October 27 Bryan O'Gorman Allan Rayman
423 November 3 Sarah Hillier Chossi
424 November 10 Jon Blair Patrick Grant Former head writer Jon Blair's farewell show.
423 November 17 Rhiannon Archer David Felton and the Silent Pilots
424 November 24 Christophe Davidson ManChyna The show's first ever live onstage marriage proposal by an audience member.
425 December 1 Roger Bainbridge Brunswick Project The show's second ever live onstage marriage proposal by an audience member.
426 December 8 Simon Fraser Hair Hair
427 December 15 Daniel James, Andrew Johnston, Kaitlin Loftus, Amy Matysio, Matt O'Brien, Amanda Brooke Perrin, Hannah Spear, and sketch troupe Tony Ho Marty Topps "Best of Hosts" 2013

2014[edit]

Show
Number
Date Host[s] Musical Guest Notes
428 January 5 NO HOST Language Arts & The Wilderness of Manitoba Final night of The Sketchersons' 10-Year Anniversary Festival
429 January 12 James Adomian Season 11 Premiere
430 January 19 John Hastings[disambiguation needed]
431 January 26 Chris Locke
432 February 2 "Terrific Women" (a.k.a. Sara Hennessey & Steph Kaliner)
433 February 9 Nigel Grinstead
434 February 16 Christina Walkinshaw
435 February 23 Pete Zedlacher
436 March 9 The Sketchersons For the first of 2 Toronto Sketchfest 2014 performances, The Sketchersons hosted their own show.
437 March 16 Best Of TO Sketchfest A variety of Toronto Sketchfest 2014 participants shared the hosting duties.
438 March 23 Maxwell McCabe-Lokos
439 March 30 @stats_canada Members of the popular parody Twitter account and authors of the book "Stats Canada: Satire on a National Scale".
440 April 6 Rebecca Kohler
441 April 13 Emma Hunter
442 April 20 Hunter Collins
443 April 27 Kristian Bruun
444 May 4 Scott Thompson
445 May 11 Chris Gethard
446 May 18 Andrew Johnston Emilie Mover
447 May 25 Julia Hladkowicz
448 June 1 McGee Maddox
449 June 8 The Sufferettes (Kayla Lorette & Becky Johnson)

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