Title: I Don’t Do Blow Jobs
Soundcloud Time: 1:08:07
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Soundcloud Publication Date: February 8, 2018
Youtube Publication Date: February 8, 2018
Please Welcome a Man
Whose house is trying to kill him.
I was hanging out with some of the fans of Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle. Those guys, they’re so with it. They really know what good comedy’s about, those guys. They know about comedy, as long as it’s explained to them what the joke is, they’re fine. If you don’t explain it they can’t understand why it’s clever. But if you tell them it’s clever, then they go, “Oh, I’m clever for liking this.”
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For her non-speaking role in a public information film about heroin addiction – citation needed.
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Would you rather have a clitoris in the crook between your thumb and finger, or have a bionic nose?
Yeah, I’ll have a clit.
What is the sexiest TV puppet?
Would you rather be an orchestra that has been assimilated by the Borg, and endlessly plays only orchestral versions of Mel and Kim songs, or a cart horse that has to pull a cart full of corpses of all your cart horse friends around all day long but is otherwise treated well and gets Sunday off?
If you could have a hand made of ham or an armpit that dispensed sun cream, which would you prefer?
Well, I don’t eat meat. I’ve not eaten meat since I was 18, so that’s out the window. So, I’ll have the sun cream, even though I don’t sit out in the sun. Why did you all like that question?
No video accompanying this episode, at the request of KB.
During this episode, new chairs and new microphones have been introduced as part of Kickstarter funding.
Previous Tiny Rick notebook given away as part of monthly badger/Drip draw.
RH offers KB a cress beer from one of RHLSTP’s sponsors, but KB declines.
RH comment that he had never asked the orchestra/Borg/cart horse emergency question before.
The hand ham/sun cream emergency question received applause and cries of approval from the audience.