The world is changing as we speak so wash your hands grab a beverage, sit back and relax approximately 1.5 metre away from each other as comedians Bev Killick and CJ Fortuna join forces to stimulate the masses with their weekly package of essential fun to stir the hearts and minds of their fellow humans.
Ep 8: Legal Picnic
After nearly 7 months in Lockdown or some stage of restrictions in Melbourne Bev and CJ met up for a picnic and half way through their usual goss session they realised they should hit record... so they did.
Ep 7: Worms and homeless hangers
Bev and CJ rattle on as per usual about daily life stuff. Putting IKEA furniture together, whether you sleep with a top sheet or not, Cow’s milk vs Almond milk and other fascinating subject matter. Thankfully they’re saved by talking complete mundane b******t by their special guest, Angus Gill who’s in town recording a comedy album. He’s sings a song off his album “Seasons of Change”
Ep 6: Shitting in a tree (with special guest Marcus Ryan)
Bev and CJ can’t contain their excitement as they have Marcus Ryan drop in. There’s plenty of room in the cardboard box. They haven’t seen Marcus for bloody ages so they pick his brains on what he’s been up to since The Rona began. CJ has another ciggie on the wall story and Bev’s hoard is going down in size. They have a good old reminisce about the old days and what the future of comedy might look like. They get side tracked a few times hence the episode title this week... Shitting Up A Tree.
Ep 5: What’s Your W**k?
It’s day whatever in lockdown and CJ and Bev are getting a bit over it. They’re a bit testy. They’re getting nit picky and thinking about mindless ‘crap’ for way too long. Bev caught the plant bug, and CJ has another ciggie on the wall story. They discuss a drama in their hood.
Ep 4: Mind your own Beeswax
Bev and CJ talk about really normal things. Bev’s been a bit low key. They chat about how strange it is to be a normal person and not under the spotlights with a mic in hand.
Ep 3: School of Fish
Bev and CJ explore getting used to the idea of social distancing and relaxing into the ways the world has changed. Are we coming out of denial and just getting on with things? And general mindless chit chat.