March 16, 2020
A comprehensive chat with Melbourne comedian Claire Sullivan (I Wish I Owned a Hotel For Dogs MICF 2018, PO PO MO CO, VICE Magazine) about the ins and outs of festival "brownlisting", the King Kong incident at RAW and Ross wants to compete against VICE Magazine.
There's also a witch.
Note: This podcast episode was recorded before the cancellation of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and therefore dates cited in this episode are no longer relevant.
March 2, 2020
Lenin and Chris, the Melbourne alt-rock combo Defenestrators, come on the show to have Ross teach them how to smash out a Triple J Like a Version.
February 17, 2020
Scotty Wings from Ruckus Melbourne comes on the show to talk arts communities, starting out in rap in Melbourne and the story of the stork. Ross unveils his 2020 Melbourne Fringe show.
February 10, 2020
James Josipovic from The Tuesday Review podcast comes on the show to help dissect who he thinks will win and lose in the year's Oscars with Ross, they both go in on #OscarsSoWhite and lift the lid on the Oscar Mummy.
February 3, 2020
Nicky Lah (Breakaway Party of Heaven's Temple) is on the show and talks about getting prepared for a show through facial hair growth, off-loading prop ships and the origins of the term "Neo"-Nazi. This is the final episode.
January 27, 2020
In a post-Triple J Hottest 100 world, Ross gets guest Ashleigh Clarke (aka Trashleigh (aka Asho the Oracle)) to re-do the Ross Purdy Destroys Comedy theme song to have more of a Charli XCX #vibe #spillthetea
January 20, 2020
Ross is late and reduced to being nothing more than a puddle of sweat while Melbourne comedian Tara Dowler (Pink Flappy Bits, Wukkas MICF 2020) gets jammed into the corner.
January 13, 2020
Melbourne comedian Caili Christian (Comedy Women's Association, Queenagers MICF 2020) wants you all to watch The Red Pill documentary.
January 6, 2020
Kimberley Twiner (PO PO MO CO) talks humble beginnings, directing theatre, the arts and New Zealand.
Housos won the 2014 Logie Award for Most Outstanding Light Entertainment Program.
December 30, 2019
Melbourne comedian Zack Dyer (RAW Comedy Winner 2017) and Ross practice hosting the ABC New Year's Eve broadcast.