The Ron James Show, Season 3HD
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The Ron James Show showcases the talent of best-selling, critically acclaimed comedian Ron James and his poetically charged observations about surviving life in the new millennium. Anchored by Ron's hilarious, razor-sharp stand-up, the show will also feature an eclectic mix of in-studio scenes, field sketches and a weekly installment of "L'il Ronnie", an animated look at Ron's early childhood in coal town Cape Breton. All of these segments allow the series to shine a humourous light on the frustrations and challenges everyday people face 'in their daily march through life's bright fury.' For the last 10 years, Ron's live comedy shows have consistently sold out theatres from coast to coast garnering unanimous praise from audiences and critics alike. He has been called "the funniest man in Canada" by the Victoria Times-Colonist and "devastatingly funny and clever" by the Globe and Mail. According to Ron, "I'm just trying to make sense of the daily chaos we're all walking through on this rapidly spinning planet".
|1||HDVideoSeptember 16, 2011||Comedian Ron James kicks off Season 3 with his take on Obsessions & Hobbies. Civil War Re-enactors battle with a group of LARPers, a sports fan's obsession goes a little too far, Lil Ronnie gets a case of Lice and Ron pays tribute to the town of Kingston, Ontario. Special guest: Kevin McDonald from Kids in the Hall.||22:17||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDVideoSeptember 23, 2011||Comedian Ron James talks Traditions and Superstitions. An annoying disciple interrupts The Last Supper, a 50/50 draw doesn't turn out quite as the winner expected, Lil Ronnie gets in trouble for passing notes in school, and Ron pays tribute to the birthplace of Canada - Charlottetown, PEI. Special guests: Michael Therriault, Christian Potenza, Deb McGrath, Athena Karkanis.||22:10||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDVideoSeptember 30, 2011||Comedian Ron James takes on our complex relationship with Animals. A documentary about the cattle industry puts a damper on a couple's romantic steak dinner, an unorthodox dog breeder gives strange new meaning to the term stud service and Lil Ronnie can't help digging to the bottom of the cereal box to get his prize. In this episode's Ode to the Road, Ron pays salty tribute to the seaside town of St. Andrew's, New Brunswick and helps raise money to restore their lighthouse. Special guest: Kathryn Greenwood.||22:12||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDVideoOctober 14, 2011||Class is in session when comedian Ron James takes on Education. A disaster specialist won't be able to keep two trains from crashing unless he can recall his Grade 9 math homework; a school principal considers reaping the rewards of a student's immoral but profitable science project; and L'il Ronnie goes for a joyride inPa James' Shriner's car. In Ron's Ode to the Road, he visits Owen Sound. Special guests Ellen Dubin, Joanna Bacalso, Vijay Mehta.||22:13||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDVideoOctober 21, 2011||Comedian Ron James takes on Mortality & Aging. A Dad expects his wife and kids to put the 'fun' in 'funeral' when he goes, but things backfire when the family gets a little too excited about his send-off; Aunt Vivien uses her video will as a way to figure out who should get a lot and who should get squat; and Lil Ronnie "borrows" Nanny's magnifying glass with disastrous results. In this episode's Ode to the Road, Ron visits that socialist stronghold, Saskatoon - only to discover there's not much of Tommy Douglas left in the place. Special guests Deb McGrath, Robin Duke, Kayla Lorette.||22:14||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDVideoOctober 28, 2011||Comedian Ron James takes a swing at Sports. L'il Ronnie doesn't want to cover up his Hallowe'en costume and finds a unique solution to trick or treating on a cold Cape Breton night; and Ron pays tribute to Stratford, Ontario. Special guests: Christian Potenza, Lauren Ash, Jim Annan.||22:15||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|7||HDVideoNovember 4, 2011||Comedian Ron James runs our post-911 world of Safety & Security through the scanner. L'il Ronnie's Loose Tooth is staying put until he's sure the tooth fairy can cough up some serous coin; and Ron pays tribute to Hamilton. Special guests: Peter Keleghan, Arlene Duncan, Sugith Varughese.||22:15||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|8||HDVideoNovember 18, 2011||Comedian Ron James goes into overdrive this week, wondering why our high-speed, instant gratification-obsessed world is in such a hurry. Ron reaches new heights paying tribute to the town of Banff. Special guests: Lauren Ash, Craig Lauzon.||22:15||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|9||HDVideoNovember 25, 2011||Comedian Ron James looks carefully at a world where being prepared isn't just for boy scouts any more. Ron visits picturesque Kelowna, B.C., home of the legendary Lake Okanagan sea monster, Ogopogo. Special guests Patrick McKenna, Deb McGrath, Raoul Bhaneja.||22:14||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|10||HDVideoDecember 2, 2011||Comedian Ron James puts the subject of Money where his mouth is. L'il Ronnie hits a wrong note with his scary piano teacher and Ron pays tribute to The Peg, birthplace of another Canadian rebel, Louis Riel. Guests: Sheila McCarthy, Patrick McKenna, Christian Potenza.||22:14||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|11||HDVideoDecember 9, 2011||Comedian Ron James weighs in on a world where no matter how hard we try it's Never Enough. Class bully Bucky Lutley challenges L'il Ronnie to a chilling toboggan race down Dead Man's Hill. Ron pays tribute to Nanaimo, B.C. and finds out it isn't just for dessert any more. Special guest: Patrick McKenna.||22:14||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|12||HDVideoJanuary 1, 2012: Holiday Special||The country's favourite New Year's tradition continues with another year-end special from Ron James. The comedian puts 2011 to bed as only he can, then looks ahead to 2012.||44:54||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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Best season yet.
I have watched this show for all three seasons and each season gets better and better. If you have ever seen Ron Live you will instantly be a fan. As long as you like Canadian style humour.
Watch The Ron James Show Fridays at 8 p.m. on CBC