To celebrate 30 years of The Edge at the Comedy Store, Jo Brand, John Connor, Abigoliah Schamaun & Ian Stone discuss the challenges of getting paid work on a Tuesday night. They think Tom Cruise is fairly normal and everyone is sure that the virus isn’t the worst thing that will happen this year. This deep episode covers everything from #metoo to who might form the next government. John gets pissed off when people do as he asks and Abigoliah gets googled by a statesman. Jo rounds off with an optimistic note but Ian just wants to watch the football.
With an abundance of good news Abigoliah Schamaun takes the lead as Luke Toulson, Mick Ferry and Jenny Collier try to keep up with the new HR rules. Have some fun learning the oldest joke and the power of tiktok. And remember - however nice you make your garage, life still sucks unless you have a wood burning hottub. Alistair Barrie and Jarred Christmas join us to deal with crazy world leaders and dubious billionaires. There’s a serious Nordic rivalry in the audience, a whole different take on nuclear testing and Jenny has a brand new phrase.