Pseudoscience / Science Education

Food and Health Through the Lens of Entertainment: Funny You Should Think That!

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A little plug for the show I’m hosting in a week. It’s all about science… and entertainment!

A show of comedy, reason, and alcohol. FUNNY YOU SHOULD THINK THAT! is a monthly event (intelligently) designed to make you laugh and think. Moutons No More takes to the stage with amazing guests to talk pseudoscience, lambast religion, and get you to think more critically. It’s like the Rolls Royce of Skeptics in the Pub and just what Montreal need. Come for the show; stay for the conversation.

This month, we take a skeptical look at nutrition and health! It’s the return of a FYSTT crowd favourite: the comedy quiz show! Regular panelist Andrew Cody is joined by comedians Brad MacDonaldKuba Kierlanczyk, and returning guest JP the Apostate! We’re uniting comedy talent from Montreal, New York City, and Toronto to talk about food! We will slaughter you with laughter and take a bite out of pseudoscientific nonsense! Then, Jonathan brings to the stage Dr. Christopher Labos, cardiologist and medical journalist, to reveal a brand-new Moutons No More project as the two talk about natural health products. By the end, you will ask yourself, “Who knows what’s inside if it’s natural?”

You know the  drill:

6:00 – 7:00: Come and order food and drinks, relax, talk with us, while something skeptical, rational, and entertaining plays on the stage television.

7:00 – 8:30: Moutons No More entertains you like no others with its show.

8:30 – midnight: Stick around as long as you want and talk! FYSTT is more than a show: it’s also a place to come and talk to other like-minded and on the cusp-of-being-like-minded individuals.

Pay what you can. We always ask for donations to help us keep this the best skeptical show in town.

To RSVP through Facebook: search for “Funny You Should Think That!” in the search bar and you’ll find the event.

To RSVP through Meetup: go to and scroll down until you find the event.

On Twitter, use #FYSTT.

“Funny You Should Think That!” is best enjoyed surrounded by friends, so spread the word around and make it a group outing!

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