James and Sunda is a comedy television series that airs Thursday nights on JLTV (Jewish Life Television). The hour-long show debuted on March 25, 2010, and adopts a variety show format. Sketches and stand-up segments based on Jewish culture, entertainment, politics and terminology make up the bulk of the show which is taped in front of a limited studio audience in Los Angeles. The show namesakes and hosts, Sunda Croonquist and James Harris, are stand-up comedians who call on both their comedic talents and Jewish heritage for inspiration. James Harris also co-hosts Laugh Factory and wrote two weekly humor columns for the National Enquirer. Croonquist is a former beauty queen who has produced her own comedy shows including Femmes Fatales, which ran for eight years at New York's Toyota Comedy Festival. Show regulars include Patricia Shipp of the National Enquirer, comedian Tommy Savitt, Alan Stephens, and actor Charles Felischer of Who Framed Roger Rabbit and Funny People.