Wow, we got Russell Peters to be on the show?
This wolf has been howlin' on The Daily Show, did you even know that?
Don't let this lead you to believe we got everyone from The Daily Show on this season. We didn't.
In celebration of Canada 150, here's another Canadian.
He's done stand-up all over the world so Montreal probably seemed boring.
This guy is so good at expressing things with his face that I'm surprised we got such a regular photo.
This next group of comics have a lot of syllables in their names. Graham is the most Canadian of all of them.
He's stars on The League unless that show is over then it's he STARRED on The League
Of all the Tammys left in the world, she is by far the funniest.
The Pharoah emerges from his tomb to deliver jokes and impressions worthy of Ra himself.
Small guy makes HUGE jokes.
One of Toronto's best comedians will bring you into his brain, life, and grasp.
Not all Canadian comics are curlers, but this guy seriously is.
He used to be an engineer but there's WAY more stability in comedy.
Another Daily Show correspondent who will blow your socks ON
The Letterkenny star will show you the side of him that's real and not fake like on the show.
Did you catch Jermaine on HBO's Crashing? Don't bother answering, we can't hear you.
She stars on The Beaverton unless there are two Aisha Alfas who look exactly the same.
Tone's comedy tones will resonate with just about anyone.
She'll glaze your brain with comedy cream.
Calm, cool, dejected.
He doesn't live in Canada anymore but that's more our fault than his.
It's a "Schaef" bet that you'll enjoy Sara's set.
A stand-up vet, not the kind that helps animals, the kind that makes animals laugh.
Last name translates to "The Saint of Hahahahahaha" so you know he's good.
Yep, THE David Cross, not the one who isn't one of the best comic minds of our time.
It wouldn't be Just For Laughs All Access without a set from Canadian master Mark Forward.
Lady Dynamite herself explodes onto your HD (or SD) TV.
Nish is British so give him the same respect you'd give the Queen.
Todd brings his medium energy back to the well-polished stage of Just For Laughs.
This year we're snortin' more Norton.
A true stand-up legend who will tell you exactly what's wrong with everything.
He does a very convincing Bernie Sanders but an even better James Adomian.
With home field advantage, this bilingual bad boy is guaranteed to rip it up.
His name may be "Bottom" but his jokes are tops.
In Canada, "TIFF" is a film festival, while in Britain she is a hilarious comic.
Two YouTube stars who make the other comics seem very crotchety in comparison.
It feels like he's going to blow up soon so don't waste an opportunity to get in on the ground floor.
A good Ontario boy as funny as the province's famous screaming toads.
The letters in her last name don't make much sense but the jokes in this Canadian's set will be very clear and funny.
To define Jackie Pirico is to define everything you like run through a cool guitar effects pedal.
She's done it all in Canada, including this show, so to get her to stay we'll probably have to buy her a ssssick car or something.
Take a spin down Matteo Lane. It's paved with jokes.
He's the biggest comedy star in France so he probably found Quebec delightful.
She started in Canada, moved to the UK, and is back in Canada for this show. She probably went back to UK after though.
"Kane" isn't his real last name but everything else he does on stage is authentic and truthful.
One name, at least three jokes, one beard, two eyes, one guy. NEMR.
This Aussie has been on Conan and has probably swam in the ocean more than you have.
Another hilarious Australian who probably found the streets of Montreal to be surprisingly free of venomous spiders.
Quebec hero takes to his home stage to deliver you the goods in whatever language he feels comfortable with.
Tune into Thune as he croons goon tunes under the Montreal moon.
You've probably watched his writing on TV shows like Parks and Recreation, now see his face too.
He's a Saturday Night Live guy so trust the jokes he is willing to give.
This Ontario native has an attitude you'll only find in the most competitive arcades.
A Toronto expert with jokes that are short, sweet, sour, bitter and VERY tasty.
Drink up a glass of this Hennessey and feel way better than if you were to drink the other kind.
This comic was in The Wolf of Wall Street so he's probably made Leo himself laugh.
The Angie Tribeca star will prove why he is one of the lucky few to make it in showbiz.
Alice is one of those comics who's popping up everywhere these days, which is why we wanted her to pop up here too.
If stand-ups wore those jackets that army people do, he'd have tons of those bar things.
Former SNL currently blowing minds with performances all over.
A Toronto stand-up vet who, like a can of raisins, has only improved with age.
Noah had tons of jobs before becoming a stand-up so it wasn't all that weird when he taught us math backstage.
Every year we aim to appease the Carr-heads out there and we're more than happy to do so.
In her career she's told more jokes than lunches you've ate.
The epitome of "comic's comic," so if you're not a comic then... pretend like you are for a few minutes and enjoy a genius at work.
Hall of fame hilariousness from one of the greats.
The NY Times has called him "The master of the dirty joke" so you teens should check this one out.
He won the 2015 edition of Canada's Top Comic so he shouldn't have to prove he's funny but will anyway.
Trying not to tear up here.
Alt comedy legend who is taller than your dad.
The best thing to come out of Vancouver since fresh air.
He's lovable like a pair of socks fresh out of the dryer on a winter's day.
She might be the funniest person on this list but only you can determine that because comedy is subjective.
Joel is an Australian actor and comedian who only got the last spot on the list because that's the order of the list we were given.