The Ron James Show

In this week’s episode of The Ron James Show, comedian Ron James is joined by a chorus of special guests to help offer his unique take on history, tolerance and harmonizing: Glee clubs in Nazi Germany?

Meanwhile, the Mayor is feeling disoriented, L’il Ronnie takes a camping trip and Larry Garibaldi fantasizes about getting his revenge on all those corporate fat cats. All that plus Ron’s ode to the rocky jewel from the great big sea: St. John’s, Newfoundland.  

Guest Cast: Colin Mochrie (Whose Line Is It Anyways), Patrick McKenna (The Red Green Show), Art Hindle (ENG) and Kathryn Greenwood (Whose Line Is It Anyways).

Friday, November 19 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC-TV

The Ron James Show: Friday, November 12 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC-TV

In this week’s episode of The Ron James Show, comedian Ron James puts the spotlight on family and traditions as he takes modern marriage to a whole new level and Aunt Vivian is poorly received at a wedding. Meanwhile, L’il Ronnie gets an unexpected visit from a larger than life guest and Larry Garibaldi reveals his well-built plan for the makers of harmful chemical additives. All this, plus Ron pays a giant-sized tribute to Thunder Bay in his latest Ode to the Road.

Guest Cast: Al Sapienza (The Sopranos), Linda Kash.

In this week’s episode of The Ron James Show, Canada’s favourite funny man is joined by special guest Art Hindle (ENG) to talk jobs, something unfortunate pops up at work, the Mayor confronts homelessness, L’il Ronnie has fun with fireworks and Larry Garibaldi takes a whack at corporate greed. All this, plus Ron plays tribute to Nanton, a “little town that could” in the heartland of Canada.

Guest Cast: Art Hindle (ENG), Naomi Snieckus, Mark De Angelis.

The Ron James Show: Friday, November 5 at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC-TV 

In this week’s episode, Canada’s favourite funny man tackles our rapidly changing world, finds some moral high ground with his son and, as one of our Greatest Prime Ministers, mulls over a possible bailout with an eye to the future.

Meanwhile L’il Ronnie finds out there are worse things than running a fever and Larry Garibaldi shows some oil execs where they can shove it. All this, plus Ron pays tribute to Canada’s cowboy country in his Ode to Lethbridge, Alberta.

Devon Bostick (Diary of a Wimpy Kid), Gemini-Award nominee Deb McGrath (Little Mosque on the Prairie), Canadian icon and multiple Gemini Award winner Eric Peterson (Corner Gas) and Patrick McKenna (The Red Green Show) to THE RON JAMES SHOW, Friday October 22, at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC-TV.

Friday, Oct 22nd at 8 p.m. (8:30 p.m. NT) on CBC-TV

This Friday, October 15 on CBC’s THE RON JAMES SHOW, Gemini-Award winner Rick Mercer (The Rick Mercer Report), makes a guest starring appearance. Adding more comedic fuel to the fire are guest visits by Geri Hall (22 Minutes), Christian Potenza (Total Drama) and Wayne Robson (The Red Green Show).  THE RON JAMES SHOW airs Fridays at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT) on CBC Television.

In this episode, Ron can’t stomach what’s happening to food, makes a pest of himself, and the Mayor shows his pride in the worst way possible. L’il Ronnie has his temperature taken the ol’ fashioned way, and Larry Garibaldi looks to the future. All this, plus an ode to the west coast wonderland of Victoria, B.C.

THE RON JAMES SHOW showcases the talents of renowned and much-beloved comedian Ron James, and his poetically charged observations about surviving life in the modern world. Anchored by James’ hilarious stand-up and cutting field sketches that are rich in satire and physical comedy, THE RON JAMES SHOW is a coast-to-coast hit on CBC-TV.

 

THE RON JAMES SHOW returns for a second season in its established and enviable timeslot of 8 p.m., on Friday, Sept. 24, on CBC Television. Eleven half-hour episodes will air consecutively throughout the fall, culminating with the annual one-hour New Year’s Eve special that will close the season in classic Ron James’ style.

This second season will see Ron continue to deliver the steady dose of hilarious stand-up and cutting field sketches that have made THE RON JAMES SHOW a coast-to-coast hit on CBC. Rich in satire and physical comedy, the new season will have lots of surprises as Ron introduces hysterical new regular segments to the show.

In the brand new ‘Odes to the Road’, Ron celebrates – in his own razor sharp way – the uniquely Canadian destinations that have made an impact on him during his many years of touring the country.

Also new is the deliciously twisted and MOSTLY imagined adventures of soft-spoken furniture salesman Larry Garibaldi. Fighting off a lifetime of repressed emotions, Larry’s fantasies visit sweet revenge upon exactly the kind people and places that deserve a good old-fashioned comeuppance. Watch every week to see what would happen if Larry Garibaldi ruled the world.

And of course, there’s a whole new season of L’il Ronnie, the beloved animated look at James’early childhood in Cape Breton

THE RON JAMES SHOW shoots in front of a live studio audience at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre in Toronto. Executive Producers of THE RON JAMES SHOW are Ron James, Lynn Harvey and Garry Campbell. Producer is Lynn Harvey.

Canada’s favourite, critically acclaimed funny man, Ron James, continues his New Year’s Eve tradition of making the country laugh. Airing Thursday, Dec. 31, at 9 p.m., on CBC Television, THE RON JAMES SHOW: NEW YEAR’S EDITION has something for everybody.

Along with an extended version of James’s trademark standup comedy, the hour-long special also features two instalments of his popular ‘Lil Ronnie’ cartoons; a visit from that passive aggressive Cape Breton elder, ‘Aunt Vivian’; a struggling Bethlehem Innkeeper during ‘The Nativity’; a big city mayor at the mercy of a politically correct world; an homage to Boxing Day and those saccharine holiday seasonal musicals of the 1970’s; a historical look at a peculiar yuletide ‘feast’ during the ill fated Franklin expedition of 1846; and a  couple of well-meaning buddies who almost scuffle Ron’s New Year’s Eve.

This year’s show features appearances from an all-star cast including Eric Peterson (Corner Gas), Peter Keleghan (The Newsroom, 18 to Life, Love Letters), Patrick McKenna (Traders, The Red Green Show), Linda Kash (Made in Canada), Christian Potenza (6Teen) and Daniel Kash (Guns).

Friday, Nov. 27, at 8 p.m., on CBC-TV

This week, on THE RON JAMES SHOW, Ron James invites a star-studded cast of Gemini Award-winners to the show for his season finale, Friday, Nov. 27, at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT), on CBC-TV. Special guests include Colin Mochrie (This Hour Has 22 Minutes), Patrick McKenna (The Red Green Show), Peter Keleghan (Made In Canada) and Dan Lett (Made In Canada).

Viewers can join James as he sheds new light on shipboard life during the Franklin expedition, gets a lesson in locker room etiquette and has a perplexing shopping experience.

For viewers who can’t get enough of ‘Lil Ronnie James, clips of the segment are available on THE RON JAMES SHOW website at www.cbc.ca/ronjames/lil-ronnie-james.php.

THE RON JAMES SHOW showcases the talents of renowned and much-beloved comedian Ron James, and his poetically charged observations about surviving life in the modern world.

On Friday, Nov. 20, at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT), Ron James welcomes back two Canadian comedic heavyweights, Gemini award-winner Colin Mochrie (This Hour Has 22 Minutes) and Gemini award-nominee Deb McGrath (Little Mosque on the Prairie), on THE RON JAMES SHOW.

This week, James crosses into the twilight world of Newfoundland’s undead, demonstrates a childhood game for his co-workers and has a tough choice to make while stuck in a traffic jam.

For viewers who can’t get enough of ‘Lil Ronnie James, clips of the segment are available on THE RON JAMES SHOW website at www.cbc.ca/ronjames/lil-ronnie-james.php, and a high resolution image is available at www.cbc.ca/imagegallery.

THE RON JAMES SHOW showcases the talents of renowned and much-beloved comedian Ron James, and his poetically charged observations about surviving life in the modern world.

Award-winning comedian Ron James has Canadian viewers tuning in week after week to watch THE RON JAMES SHOW on CBC-TV. Anchored by James’ hilarious and razor-sharp standup comedy, the show features an eclectic mix of in-studio sketches, field sketches and a weekly instalment of L’il Ronnie, an animated look at James’ early childhood in Cape Breton.

Coming up on Friday, Nov. 13, at 8 p.m. (8:30 NT), James comes out on the wrong side of a customer satisfaction survey, gets in step with his co-workers and overcomes a personal challenge to interrogate a murder suspect.

THE RON JAMES SHOW showcases the talents of renowned and much-beloved comedian Ron James, and his poetically charged observations about surviving life in the modern world.