Comedian Ryan Whittal discusses his recent run-in with a fan. The team attempts to contact Zimbabwe but it seems they closed the internet? And they try a new segment called Breakfast Beer Tasting… which is, well just an excuse to drink beer in the morning really.

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As half the year is gone already, Dave and Eric look back at some of 2016’s comedy highlights. They chat to Cokey Falkow in the UK to get a view on how Brexit affects comedy… and speak to comedy legend Mel Miller.

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Award-winning film and commercial producer Bevan Cullinan pops in to chat about the ad industry and using comedy for selling products. And the gig guide goes to Grahamstown.

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Dave Levinsohn, Eric Jansen and Dusty Rich talk about comedy rock ‘n roll. What are the worst things people call Eric? Why are alligators eating children? Oscar and his vulnerability comes up. There’s also a chat with Kagiso Lediga about his newest film, how to use the Gas Comedy website and a goodbye to Dusty Rich.

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So what do you do after a comedy gig, when a large man threatens you with a broken beer bottle in the parking lot? Dave Levinsohn and Eric Jansen look at how to fix this – with expert advice from Jason Goliath and a surprise phone call from Barry Hilton.

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Comedy fans and comedians get treated to the usual sexy voices of Dusty Rich, Farhan Esat, and Eric Jansen… but with a special addition – Dave Levinsohn. They talk stand up comedy solutions, what can be done to make the SA industry the best in the world.

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Dusty Rich and Farhan Esat talk all about the Comedy Central inaugural Roast Battle… its pros and cons. They play some comedy from Sammy Obeid and speak to Jem Atkins about Durban Comedy Week. Shout out to Eric Jansen for forgetting the podcast.

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Dusty, Farhan Esat and Eric Jansen discuss how to improve the stand up comedy industry and which comedians are the ones already doing that, and how. They also surprise call a comedian…

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Farhan Esat, Eric Jansen and Dustin Moore are in for a special edition of the Gas Comedy Podcast. A step by step punchline by punchline look at becoming a stand up comedian. The ins and outs of where to start, how to start and what you’ll have to go through to enter into the strange world of stand up comedy in South Africa. This is for aspiring comedians and folks who want to find out the inner workings of the mysterious comedy industry.

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The Gas Comedy Podcast as usual comes at your face like a humorous meteor from comedy space, with your comedy-naughts Farhan Esat, Eric Jansen and Dusty Rich. The team has Mitch Hedberg comedy bits and talk management (or rather damagement) in the industry in Com-education. In Industrious Bastards they look at comedians on TV and in movies. Oh and they laugh at the racists.

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