Dave is M.I.A and Eric is left to run the show. Things get super crazy because when parents leave, the kids go wild. Rabin Harduth, Bongani Dube, Shanray van Wyk and Ryan Holliday chat about growing up, starting comedy, running comedy gigs, and end up roasting each other because a room full of comedians is like a room full of kids… one mistake and you’re getting it!

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Eric and Dave dissect NYE comedy gigs. Do they work? Eric explains his dating philosophy. And it’s still school holidays, so Dave’s son Jude gets some airtime and finds out what ‘justnow’ means. We’ve also adopted a theme for 2018… ‘We got this’ – follow through with any ideas you have with massive confidence and you’ll find your groove.

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The most important person you’ll need this holiday is a tow truck driver! We chat to The Rickster, who takes time out to give us some tips if you’re involved in an accident. We also exchange gifts with Emilio Tobias and Ryan ‘Holidays’. And Eric meets Drunk Uncle Eddy.

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Healthy drug choices make for better holidays. Gavin Kelly has lots of ideas and shares them with BMX gangster Richelieu Beaunoir… then we ring a bell and turn the page on 2017. We also feel you need comedians to give advice on what to do when things get boring at your Christmas dinner.

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We get locked in a studio with super-duper, singing business mogul Louise Carver… to find out that comedy and music are linked by the magic of a live audience. The conversation descends into the normal JUSTNOW standards, with jewels, rings, rims, and rope-tying techniques. Plus Eric has some really weird holiday stories.

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What does it take for a comedian to start saying “No!” to gigs or roles they are not comfortable with? We think Robby Collins may have the answer. Then we get a bit emotional in the news segment when Eric tells us about Twins and JZ. And Ryan Holiday had a haircut and then translates all the sign language for the podfans.

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Today is a day when people hunt for bargains. But we give you 110% more with Dillan Oliphant, Richelieu Beaunoir, and Ryan Holliday. Richelieu even spoke to Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell. But we delve deeper into crowdfunding for cults, tank finance, and Robert Mugabe’s bed on BRICS.

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Comics Choice nominee Tsitsi joins us to talk about his journey. He’s also a video game designer. And has a CV! He’s won fans and awards along the way. The conversation dives into a discussion about the human body and how the comedy literally lives in us. We also chat to Richard Laskey, who has 300 mad cows riding bikes for CHOC (Childhood Cancer Foundation).

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On the way out of a whisky festival, Dave spoke to one of the whisky lovers, Bernard Gutman. They noticed so many similarities between the comedy and whiskey industries, and the way they differentiate each brand. Your taste in comedy is like a palate. As you grow you find different comedy suits your tastes. Hope you lick this podcast.

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Half Malawian, half Zimbabwean ‘Snooze’ chats about his deep African comedy roots. Thabiso Mhlongo has strip club comedy advice. Then Trevor Gumbi pops in because he was at the wrong interview. We speak to Jason Black about the Brew Ha Ha comedy and beer fest happening this weekend. Beer and comedy? That will never work.

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