Comedian Nazeem Hussain writes the definitive survivor's guide to absolutely everything, harnessing the knowledge of a series of collaborators even less qualified than him. With the help of producers Amy Ruffle and James Milsom, Naz brings you the know-how you'll need to conquer the challenges that everyone faces, and even to tackle the things that happen to no one. Ever.
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UPDATE: Naz does the Numbers
We're in Victorian lockdown once again, so the ol' team gets together for a little catch up, in which Naz tries to work out the maths of things, and no one helps him, because it's more fun when we don't help him. Also we have no comprehension of what he is trying to say.
The Finale (pending the Comeback!)
Naz, Amy and James say goodbye after an insane amount of episodes in 2020. And it's goodbye forever, but only until the masses demand a come back, which will be welcomed. But for seriously: we have too much to do in the first bit of 2021 to keep doing this pod properly, so we're taking a break and we'll come back to you when the time is right.
Thank you for supporting this project. We have loved every flamin' minute.
Family Guide to Christmas Parties
Naz tries to organise a Christmas party for the pod. And he's bad at it. Or he's not even trying.
Family Guide to Freak Checks
Naz turns up early to something and gets a much needed freak check.
Wil Anderson's Guide to International Drug Smuggling
Wil gives Naz a unique strategy to help him to smuggle drugs, in case it ever comes to that. Naz effectively confesses to something fairly heinous and tries to implicate James and Amy in his criminal conspiracy.
Merrick Watts' Guide to Getting Punched
Merrick takes a break from his hectic schedule of jumping out of helicopters and being a punching bag for stronger men to give us some tips on how he does it all. Naz seems confused again, pitching what is surely a product of his twisted mind and not an actual Japanese reality show.