When a team reaches the championship game after a long season, the coach doesn’t need a long speech because it’s all been said over weeks of hard work—the team knows what they must do. My friends, you are that team and the game is Just For Laughs: All Access. You know how hilarious and talented our roster of comedians is, and now all you have to do is tune into one more episode before you go back to spending Sunday nights not laughing. Ladies and gentlemen, your starting lineup for the Just For Laughs: All Access season two finale airing this Sunday at 9ep on Comedy

Jay Baruchel

Starting at host, standing pretty tall and weighing less than your dad, star of This Is The End, Goon, Tropic Thunder and Knocked Up, Montreal’s very own Jay Baruchel! Yesterday we showed you his interview with Chris Locke that we did on a cold and windy patio where the two talked about the gala and how to entertain Montreal audiences. Now let’s take a look at how he handles an interview indoors:

Brent Morin

Brent Morin is a rookie who is about to become a superstar, judging by his recent stand-up success and starring role in the new NBC series Undateable. Here’s a clip from Sunday’s show that demonstrates his quick-fire delivery and sharp observations:

Moshe Kasher

 If you’re a fan of those books where a celebrity or band details a journey of self-destruction, you’ll love Moshe’s memoir, Kasher in the Rye: The True Tale of a White Boy from Oakland Who Became a Drug Addict, Criminal, Mental Patient, and Then Turned 16. Thankfully, Moshe turned things around to become a hugely popular stand-up comedian who has got some real floppy wrists:

Kurt Braunohler

In episode 9 you got to see Kurt and Kristen Schaal play around together on stage, and now, in the season finale, you get to see Kurt do his thing solo. The wonderfully whimsical comedian made headlines recently when he jet skied from Chicago to New Orleans in an effort to raise money to buy goats and chickens for African families and you can still donate! Let Kurt tell you about three other ways you can do to make the world a better place:

Fahim Anwar

We’ve kind of gotten away from the sports analogies but sports and comedy don’t mix all that well anyway so we’re cool. Recently, Fahim Anwar played “Rival Frat Guy #1” in Neighbors and has had some other acting gigs in Californication and Lie To Me but maybe he’s got a future in producing reality TV as proven by this bit from the finale:

Elon Gold

Elon makes his second appearance of the season, which either means he’s super funny or someone with an office bigger and nicer than mine has a crush on him. It’s likely both because this guy is both funny and charming, what with his impressive slate of impressions and accents. Let’s take a look: