Eric hosts Richelieu Beaunoir, Ebenhaezer Dibakwane, Prins and Dillan Oliphant while Dave runs amok at a school somewhere in Joburg. Roast battles, gigs done recently, Black Friday activities and recent whereabouts of the guests are today’s talking points. Oh, and a Chris Brown and Zayn Malik song is the theme, ‘F*** You Back To Sleep: The Cure for Insomnia’.

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How do you start a comedy gig? The team gets sound advice from Warren Robertson. And… for the first time, an actual brewer is on the show for Breakfast Beer Club. Greg Slade tells us about a new beer on the market. Also Dave’s kid made cupcakes for Eric’s 21st birthday. And Thabiso Mhlongo tries some of his roasts out for the Comedy Central Roast finals!

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The guys try to avoid the Trump topic as much as possible but he pops up in the end. Thabiso Mhlongo joins the team again to talk about the Comedy Central Roast battle next week. A new segment called ‘Talk Kak for a Minute’ on a random topic is introduced. Eric Jansen decides to explain the lyrics to ‘Panda’ by Desiigner… so now you know. The Breakfast Beer Club has full attendance.

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The guys are joined by Richelieu Beaunoir, a Durban comic who is like a brother to Dave. Richelieu is making waves in comedy production and on stage. And as a finalist in the Comedy Central Roast as Dave’s opponent, maybe he’ll reveal some of his roasting techniques? Also, Dave’s sister is visiting from Oz and since he doesn’t have time to talk to her, she’s on the show. It’s a family show.

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Eric is left alone to run the show while Dave runs amok in Cape Town. Guest Simmi Areff comes through and speaks about his podcast and how the podcast culture is growing in the country. He also speaks about the Comedy Central Battle after phoning Dave, and leaves us with all forms of philosophy… ”Go out there and live your life”!

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Don Packet is a comedian, corporate trainer and speaker. Now he’s also a self-published fiction writer. He has laryngitis and that’s perfect for a radio interview. The guys also chat to producer Stuart Taylor about his Big 5 comedy show held recently.

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The past few weeks have seen some comedy festivals pop up around the country. Dave catches up with Brendan Murray, organiser of the comedy stage at Rocking the Daisies. It’s been a massive drawcard for the last 10 years. He also chats to Rabin Harduth, the brains behind the Clarens Comedy festival. Today sees the introduction of a new feature: ‘Domestic Round-up’, where a random comedian gets called at home. This week he speaks to Chris Forrest – the Neighbourhood Watch Chairman (Peeping Tom). Obviously there’s Breakfast Beer too. Listen to it or the guys will come to your house and play it over a loud speaker.

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Robby Collins has just returned from the biggest comedy festival in the world in Canada… we had no idea how Zen he is. His approach to comedy and life in general is very enlightening. The Clarens Comedy Festival is on this week so we chatted about some strange places we end up in to make people laugh.

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Gold teeth, golden bananas and sushi. This was our most culturally enriched show to date. We delved into Suhayl Essa’s original slave history, and then went South to find out about Nkosinathi Maki’s theory on domestic workers’ double lives. And murderous family members! As usual Dave butts in mostly and we didn’t get to any kind of resolution… and we had Breakfast Beer!

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Comedy Central Channel 122 arrived in SA almost 5 years ago. We take for granted that a 24-hour comedy channel exists now, but what was their initial plan in SA? And did they achieve their goals? Dave chats to outgoing Comedy Central Vice President Evert van der Veer about his adventures in South Africa as a Dutch visitor… and asks what the future plans are as he makes his way to greener pastures. Suhayl Essa and Rabin Harduth also join the discussion.

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