In this episode we slander interview an absent guest, partake in the great tradition common to all enlightened cultures of forcing eachother to admit who we voted for, and reminisce about a time when BP could combine every sin on the books and yet still get it right.
Moral high ground on the Paul Henry debacle? Not us! We accidentally fill a whole episode with the sort of talk that everybody who is capable of thinking is thinking. Includes a contextual history lesson, thanks to Dan, which makes Paul Henry’s comments even stupider than they were before.
Join us as we try to set Dan up with Deborah Hill Cone. Have a look at her sterling wit here, just before John Campbell has to actively resist punching her in the face.
But mainly we take a look at Andrew Little – can he be Labour’s Don Brash In A Good Way Don’t Get Me Wrong Here? Can he save us from the horrors we so accurately predict (will be Bill English’s fault)? It’s all a bit of a downer – BUT! Comedic relief is here in the form of a brand new ACT MP! Hurray!
Dogs are not a man’s best friend and they do not understand “bros before hoes” at all. Stupid Henry. Hear an old story from Dave’s youth, Dan’s views on animals and the morons who love/speak to them, plus the usual shit about Chris Carter.
Hahaha, we just totally talk about pizza for like the entire time. Ok, that’s an exaggeration, we do get around to talking about real stuff: The pathology of the right wing, the crimes of Labour governments past, morality, tea and , of course, coffee.
This was recorded before the Chris Carter debacle. The next episode is going to be all over that.
The National Party Conference has just been, which means comedy gold is in the air. From the promises themselves, the dodgy stats backing up the decisions, to the unions who tried to storm the castle, we get a bit of fodder out of the whole ordeal. Also on the agenda: The future of the Maori party, Molotov Mitchell tweets about non-specific violence, the US revolutionary war, the PEDA fiasco and fallout, and Lego:
In this episode: The filth get in the way of Sara Goff getting her donk on in Sydney, which is all news to her father. Gerry Brownlee is a gigantic idiot PUN INTENDED. John Key has imaginary friends (finally found the news article). Australia now has the most stringent laws in the world for people wanting to enter the masturbation industries. And TV3′s David Fane fails at all but the most unintentional of comedy when he insults a persecuted race and people with a stigmatized, debilitating and deadly illness all in the one statement, delivered at an event that he presumably had time to prepare material for. BIT LIKE AN EGONOMIST EPISODE THEN EH HAHA! Fuck you.
This episode seems to have recorded a little hot. Pardon me.