We return from Clarens refreshed and ready. But what can happen in a comedy podcast when you try to be hilarious clowns? We are lucky to have smart funny people on who know way more about stuff than we do. Like today. Waylene Beukes and Dalin Oliver have so much knowledge about the world of comedy, with a fresh take on everything from insta sponsorships to helping Eric change his backwards name on Facebook. We guarantee you will leave this podcast 12% funnier!

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This was an intense 15 minutes that lasted an hour. When 16 comedians pull into town it’s the perfect time for a podcast.

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Rabin Harduth is a creative force in the industry. But instead of talking about the Clarens Comedy Fest, he explains how blood pressure and hypertension will make you appreciate life, and then it turns into a discussion about striking starter kits and car guard salaries. Also, in a very rare occurrence, a JustNow listener comes to visit us to be on the show. Thanks for being so calm in the chaos Cornelius! Rob in Holland let us know he was “Lit AF!” Maybe the best way to listen to us?

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What a pleasure having 5 comedians around the mic on Heritage Day eve. Alfred Adriaan joins us. He’s the most logical comedian in the land. He lets us into some secrets regarding one man shows. We cover taxis, Superman, and how to move from weed to crack in 2 weeks. As Richelieu says you can take a horse to the water but no backstroke. Then Prince decides to become the judge of everything Ryan said. Eric was on time (sort of). We really shouldn’t have smoked that joint on the roof before the podcast.

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Dave, Eric and Richelieu are joined by Chantal Jax Venter, a Cape Town comic. They chat about hangover cures, the Comic’s Choice Awards review, a 3-year comedy plan and how fold up bicycles are the loophole in the ‘No bicycles on the bus’ rule. Chantal also tells us lesbians have outties!

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Yaaseen Barnes joins us to speak about his show, The Water Shortage Show… and registering the word ‘Bruin Ou’. It’s also a pleasure to have comedian, dancer, and actress Stella Dlangalala on the show. Ryan had to sit on the couch – but came in with 5 minutes to go. And killed it!

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We chat to a Big 5 comedian! Also learn about ‘swinging’ comedy couples. We ask: What makes a man born in a Sudanese refugee camp become a comedian? Or is it actually advisable to help you survive? AK (from South Sudan) lets us into his world and Long John tells us about his swimming philosophy…

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Richelieu tells us what clothing won’t get you into a club. We find out why the beach attracts racists. We discuss movies. And Ray Shivamba – a doctor who is also an anaesthetist with a Robin Hood complex giving back to his community – has an art exhibition in Tzaneen with a strong upliftment angle. And he’s doing a comedy set in the gallery. Our guests drive 400kms to be on the podcast so we must be doing something right.

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Martin Davis is in town! This means a plethora of life and comedy knowledge. But it mostly ends up being about Mods, Aretha, cakes, Airbnb, accents, art in the forest, Clint Eastwood and how a saying like ‘sh!t to a blanket’ needs more exposure.

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When we finally get Tumi Morake to agree to be on the podcast we better be prepared. And we weren’t. From a Netflix special to writing a column and producing a live TV show, she has made us all realise we all need to work harder. Her advice and views are like golden comedy nuggets. We also have a quiet voice of reason in commercial director Jonathan Petersen who educates us with his insight into the SA ad and film production industry. But Tumi ruled the thing like a ‘Queen’! And a Lego vagina.

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