The last of the Comedy Festival live recordings with Justin and Adam. Justin is feeling a lot better and imagines the porn he would make. Adam is on the verge of quitting comedy, like alcohol, he's done so much. Adam explains blossoming, which is distressing on a number of levels. Justin has had enough of oversharers, and Adam cuts sick on clean comedy. Adam does the worst mime of all time, and then falls into a Rob Schneider fury hole. If you're playing along at home, Adam is up to Episode 4 of Daredevil and Justin is up to Episode 7. Justin gets excited about the muscles on Harrison Ford's face.
Justin and Adam during the Comedy Festival again. Justin interrogates the audience. Imperial Comedy producer Angela Thompson delivers coffee. Adam manages to draw a line between Mad Men, Grey's Anatomy and The Good Wife. Justin reveals he used to be able to recite the whole of Mad Max. He's also charging $128 for his shows next year. Justin raves about Daredevil. There is a lot of talk about Mad Men.
Justin is unwell and a bit croaky, and Adam is putrid. Another of the live Shelf Podcasts recorded during the Comedy Festival at the Imperial Hotel. Some very outdated references, including Justin having just seen Jake Gyllenhaal in Nightcrawler, and Adam being excited about the trailer for Daredevil. Lots of dirty gay talk (Adam has mistaken it for the Poofcast, it seems), steaming open Gwyneth Paltrow's envelope, Adam's infamous pressed hams in the office, Justin getting in trouble at a radio station, cabs skidding on banana skins, watching TV when it's not good anymore and Donnie Wahlberg.
Recorded LIVE during the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, with special guest Josh Earl, host of the hilarious panel podcast Don't You Know Who I Am?
Lots of fun with old mate JEarl, talking rubbish about playing basketball, henna tattoos, Justin's Blood and Toner show, hijinks on roadshow, disfiguring accidents, and the last time Adam and Jearl went to the Logies (possibly ever). There are visual gags that will make no sense, and references to things that happened months ago, when it was recorded. Just go with it.