Good Morning World

Andy Peppers and Allister Coulter continue to wake up the world with their outrageous brand of morning news cast.

Sunday 24 February / 11 – 11:30 p.m. ET/PT

Andy Peppers and Allister Coulter continue to wake up the world with their outrageous brand of morning news cast.

Sunday 17 February / 11 – 11:30 p.m. ET/PT

Andy Peppers and Allister Coulter continue to wake up the world with their outrageous brand of morning news cast.

Sunday 17 February / 11 – 11:30 p.m. ET/PT

Andy offers up tips to help couples spice up their sex lives and the guys learn a few tricks from a professional magician.

Sunday 10 February / 11 – 11:30 p.m. ET/PT

The theme of “suspended balls” pervades this episode as Allister offers up tips on how to park your car. Andy shows off “the sprinkler” in Peppers Pumpers and the guys get a lesson on “urban culture”.

Sunday, February 3 / 11 – 11:30pm ET/PT

Friday, January 4

8 – 8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week eight, Allister demonstrates how to install hardwood flooring and Andy offers some unconventional parenting tips. Allister caps off the week by learning how to “DJ”.

Friday, January 11

8 – 8:30 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week nine, the guys illustrate telltale signs of a nosy neighbour and Andy gets a lesson in “strip” aerobics.

Friday, January 18

8:30 – 9 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week ten, Andy and Allister give some tips on finding the right eyeglasses for your face and garage sale treasures in your attic. Allister ends the show by delving into youth culture.

Friday, January 25

8:30 – 9 p.m. ET/PT – Good Morning World

In week eleven, Andy and Allister offer up some helpful tips on home security. Andy ends the show with a scaly pal during his interview with recurring guest, animal expert Lyn Caplan.

Rise and Shine! Good Morning World Serves Up the Morning News with a Side of Fluff
Weekdays on

– Week’s worth of Webisodes to be re-capped on The Comedy Network, Friday’s at 8:30 p.m. –

– Comics Peter Oldring and Pat Kelly star as Good Morning World’s inept hosts –

Toronto, Ontario (November 1, 2007) – The Comedy Network is about to get even more cyber-active with the premiere of its newest original production, Good Morning World. Premiering Monday, November 12 on, the five-to-seven minute webisodes of this hilarious mock morning show will be available each weekday morning for viewing on the website’s broadband player. The week’s worth of webisodes will then be re-capped in a half-hour broadcast episode, Fridays at 8:30 p.m. ET/PT, beginning November 16, exclusively on The Comedy Network.

Good Morning World, stars Calgary natives Peter Oldring and Pat Kelly as overly-tanned and peppy alter egos, Andy Peppers and Allister Coulter, who from their cheesy 80’s style studio, parody the worst of morning show stereotypes. Together, they cook up the usual morning show diet of mindless puerile banter, with a side of irony, sarcasm and satire and mix it with some quirky editing and canned segments on cooking, exercise and home improvements.

In week one, the spunky Good Morning World duo introduce their daily ritual “What’s In This Mug” (surprise contents include Banana Yogurt, Bong Water and Gin); Allister instructs viewers in how to conduct a bi-annual umbrella check-up; and Andy demonstrates how to enjoy doughnuts disguised as bran muffins to save people from the judging eyes of health nuts. To cap the week off, Andy and Allister provide tips to interested cities on putting together a successful Olympic bid.

Oldring and Kelly created Good Morning World as a pet project and started posting episodes to in July, 2006. In the year that followed, Andy and Allister’s crazy antics attracted both a cult following online and the eye of The Comedy Network. Oldring and Kelly will create 130 webisodes and 26 broadcast episodes to air on the network this season.

About Peter Oldring

Peter Oldring began his improv career in 1998 performing with the Loose Moose Theater in Calgary, Alberta. Oldring then went on to hone his comedic prowess, performing throughout Canada and the U.S. with the Vancouver Theatresports, All Canadian Theatresports and The Second City National Touring Co. A veteran comedian at the Just for Laughs Improv Championships, Olding’s film and television credits include: Improv Heaven and Hell, The Man starring Eugene Levy, Corner Gas, Billable Hours, and Intern Academy starring Dan Akroyd and Dave Thomas. Nominated for a 2007 Canadian Comedy Awards for “Male Improviser of the Year”, Olding can currently be seen on CMT’s Foxworthy’s Big Night Out and in the acclaimed Canadian film Young People Fucking .

About Pat Kelly

Pat Kelly launched his comedy career 16 years ago in Calgary’s Loose Moose Theater. From there he went on to appear in the Montreal Just for Laughs Festival, the Chicago, Vancouver and Toronto Improv Festivals and performed alongside Joe Flaherty in SCTV’s The Sammy Maudlin Show. Kelly has also co-written and performed on several stage productions at Second City Toronto. A long-standing host of Canada’s number one youth program The Zone, Kelly has received several nominations for both Gemini and Canadian Comedy Awards in the categories of “Male Host of the Year” and “Improvisation”. During his extensive career, Kelly has worked alongside some of Canada’s most talented comedians including Dave Thomas, Dan Akroyd, Dave Foley and Mark McKinney.

Good Morning World is an original Comedy Network production, produced by Unpluggedtv and Fever Films in association with The Comedy Network. Richard D’Alessio and Dave Thomas (SCTV) are the Executive Produers. Peter Oldring and Pat Kelly are Producers and Chelsea Hulme is Line Producer. Ed Robinson is President and General Manager, The Comedy Network and Space. Brent Haynes is Vice President, The Comedy Network and Space. Michelle Daly is Director of Content, The Comedy Network. Sarah Fowlie is Manager, Original Programming, The Comedy Network.