Letterkenny and X Company take Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Awards
Toronto Star| April 25, 2017 | Debra Yeo
“Other winners at the gala at Koerner Hall included… Degrassi: Next Class for Tweens & Teens (Ian MacIntyre)…”

Interview – More Than A Sketch
Canadian Screenwriter | Spring 2017 | Cameron Archer
“Transitioning to screenwriting from a sketch comedy, improv and acting background, Ian MacIntyre’s work currently appears on Family Channel and Netflix (Degrassi: Next Class)…”

“Spank! The Fifty Shades Parody” brings ‘afternoon delight’ to CityStage in Springfield
Valley Advocate | October 16, 2012 | Michael Cimaomo
“Co-written by director Jim Millan, whose other credits include “Kids in the Hall” and “Mythbusters Live,” and a group of friends…” “Twilight,” “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory,” “Love Actually” – all such films and subjects became prime fodder for mockery by “Spank” and created fun deviations in the storyline for the crowd to follow.”

Stage Scenes
NOW Magazine | October 14, 2012 | Glenn Sumi
“And Brendan Halloran’s send-up of the weekly news delivered lots of deadpan gems, including… clever impersonations of Joe Biden (Ian MacIntyre) and Paul Ryan (Jon Blair).”

Batman Fan Video Trifecta: Batman vs Batman
Topless Robot | July 18, 2012 | Rob Bricken
“I have received several million Batman/Dark Knight Rises-related Batman videos over the last several weeks, and I’d like to point out this one is my absolute favorite.”

Calvin Coolidge: Mummy Slayer, the no-budget sequel to Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter
io9 | June 14, 2012 | Cyriaque Lamar
“To demonstrate that the “President + Monster” formula can be exploited to no end, sketch comedy group The Sketchersons have created a trailer for Calvin Coolidge: Mummy Slayer.”

A Celebration Of Sketchiness
Torontoist | May 22, 2012 | Chris Dart
“Never accuse Toronto sketch troupe Approximately 3 Peters of not giving back to the comedy community. Winners of the peer-voted Sketchiest Sketch Troupe Award at last November’s Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival, the Peters organized the second edition of the Sketchiest Sketch Show, which took place at Comedy Bar on Saturday.”

Stephen Harper’s Day Off: Ferris Bueller Parody Is Hilarious (Video)
The Huffington Post Canada | April 24, 2012 | Michael Bolen
“The Sketchersons, a sketch comedy troupe based in Toronto, have released a YouTube video in which the PM mimics famous scenes from the ’80s classic. Played by Ian MacIntyre, Harper calls in sick to the Governor General to avoid having to handle more questions about the F-35 purchase.”

Interview With Ian MacIntyre Of Approximately 3 Peters
NME | November 10, 2012 | Justin Haigh
“Here is Ian MacIntyre from Approximately 3 Peters on the rise of nerd-dom, the problem with working with people who think like you, and the value of hard work.”

The PLANK Panel go to the Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival
Plank Magazine | November 18, 2010 | Justin Haigh & Ryan West
Notable Individual Performers: Ian MacIntyre of Approximately Three Peters definitely won some notable favour with his righteous Shitty Beards rant, showing as much skill as an impassioned orator as a sketch comedian.”
(On Approximately 3 Peters) “…a visually dynamic James Bond opening sequence that kicked off their set with an undeniable high note. Luckily they managed to continually hurdle the high bar they’d set for themselves…”

Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival Roundup
Theatromania.ca | November 7, 2010 | Lauren Gillett
(On Approximately 3 Peters) “Approximately 3 Peters really nail the nerd comedy genre. Their skit about watching the entire box set of CBC’s The National with Peter Mansbridge had us rolling in the aisles.” 4.5/5 stars

Sketchy Situations
Now Toronto | October 28, 2010 | Glen Sumi
(On Approximately 3 Peters) “Nobody puts on a full-length show like Peter Gal, Pete Hill and Ian MacIntyre, a trio of geeky, likeable guys… Their imaginative, slightly absurd act works just as well in smaller chunks, as they’re sure to prove November 6…”
(On The Sketchersons) “The group behind the weekly Sunday Night Live show has proven a breeding ground for some of the best talent the country has to offer.”

Interview With Sketch Troupe Approximately 3 Peters
Theatromania.ca | October 27, 2010 | Kate Lorriman
“Peter Gal, Pete Hill and Ian MacIntyre combine social commentary with absurdist humour and their own brand of geeky charm.”

Five Years For 3 Peters
Eye Weekly | August 18, 2010 | Sean Davidson
“MacIntyre is now also part of the Sketchersons and in the semi-finals of Ian Atlas’ Comedy Brawl…”
(On Approximately 3 Peters) “…they’re a top-shelf troupe, abundantly dedicated and talented.”

Canadian Comedy Spotlight: Approximately 3 Peters
Bite.ca | July 5, 2010 | Brent Chittenden
“…while going through Just for Laughs Toronto’s line up, I discovered a local comedy threesome called Approximately 3 Peters…  beyond the fact they are rather funny, they’re also nerdy.”

Whom? Doctor Whom!
The Doctor Who Blog | January 11, 2010 | Graeme
“A sizeable contingent from the Doctor Who Blog (and several of our friends) were at the Bad Dog Theatre at Broadview and Danforth in Toronto to see the premiere of Doctor Whom, an improv show based on a television series you all might be familiar with.”

Preview: Toronto Sketch Comedy Festival: APPROXIMATELY 3 PETERS
Panic Manual | November 05, 2009 | Wade Vroom
“Approximately 3 Peters are certainly among the heavy hitters in the Toronto sketch scene. Pete, Peter and Ian have been making a name for themselves since 2005. You may recognize Ian MacIntyre as one of the finalists on CBC’s reality TV show, Second City’s Next Comedy Legend.”

Political Theatre Moves To The Stages
Toronto Star | October 05, 2008 | Susan Walker
“”Everyone wants to wear that (Jack) Layton moustache,” says Ian MacIntyre, who goes by the title of editor-in-chief. “He will say or do anything to get elected. I swear he’ll be promising us all jetpacks before this election is through …””

DVD Comes To Life in Sketch Comedy For Nerds
blogTO | September 27, 2008 | Roger Cullman
“Peter Gal, Pete Hill and Ian MacIntyre are back with more off-the-wall antics.”

Peters Power On
NOW | September 16-23, 2008 | Glenn Sumi
“MacIntyre scores in a hilarious rant about accepting the fact that he’ll never be able to grow a decent beard.”

Approximately 3 Peters Takes the Cake
blogTO | May 24, 2008 | Roger Cullman
“Approximately 3 Peters will give you the best night of sketch comedy in this city for five bucks. Possibly for any amount of money.”

Best Of Sketchfest 2008 (Chicago)
Timeout Chicago | January 15, 2008 | Steve Heisler
“Peppy and smart, the 3 Peters’ show mixed time travel humor with bits about bitter ex-Beatles and confessions from cops trapped in a bank vault.”

Sketchfest Weekend
Chicagoist | January 8, 2008 | Justin Sondak
“The strongest Peter (heh heh…) is actually named Ian, and his facial quirks alone could’ve carried the set. His turn as Paul McCartney, desperate to become the last surviving Beatle, was the hour’s highlight.”

Pet3rs Kill Time
Eye Weekly | October 17, 2007 | Sean Davidson
“Like most nerds, the guys behind Approximately 3 Peters have put a lot of thought into time travel — “Should I buy Apple stock in 1980 or try to kill Hitler?” — though, in this case, Peter Gal, Pete Hill and Ian MacIntyre came up with enough material on the subject to fill an entire show. “