Tonight at the Comedy Store; Adam Bloom talks East vs. West, Kai Humphries makes text errors, Carl Donnelly has had a haircut and Paul Tonkinson has been married a long time.
Marlon Davis talks moments of madness, Adam Bloom is a big hip-hop fan, Sara Pascoe tries to work men out and Tom Wrigglesworth talks sex shows.
Mick Ferry is no Lady Gaga fan, Neil Delamere puts olive oil in his ear, Andrew Lawrence has `African sunset' hair and Greg Burns is The Fonz.
Imran Yusef has his own citizenship test, James Acaster is perplexed and Roisin Conaty watches a `karate' film.
Paul Tonkinson on posh and gangster kids, Romesh Ranganathan has children, Sean Collins gets no sleep and Sara Pascoe talks ice cream.
Mike Gunn on toilet attendants, Imran Yusuf is confident, Tom Wrigglesworth talks Kate Middleton and Joe Wilkinson needs bog roll for a dump.
Neil Delamere on drunken shenanigans, Andi Osho talks farting, Josh Howie on his wife driving him mad and Mike Gunn updates the bingo calling.
Tonight at the Comedy Store; Greg Burns on the London riots, Marlon Davis has a round face, Roisin Conaty doesn't like internet dating and Elis James isn't very manly.
Danny Slim Gray talks ninjas, Joe Wilkinson gets touched by a stranger and Steve Shanyaski is a booze expert.
Tonight at the Comedy Store; Justin Moorhouse on his lazy son, Hall Cruttenden wants OAPs in the army, Romesh Ranganathan talks Mr T and Ian Stone on the power of Twitter.
Daniel Sloss hates old people, Chris McCausland has the smallest house in the world and Pete Johansson talks about laying the slap-down.
Tonight at the Comedy Store; Des Bishop talks about his raging alcoholism, Nathan Caton cusses a ten year-old, Jimeoin does miming and Justin Moorhouse on Disneyland Paris.
Jason Cook takes us through Geordie mating habits, Rob Rouse on pooing while giving birth and Doc Brown on British drinking culture.
At London's legendary Comedy Store tonight, Jarred Christmas on marriage, Terry Alderton on Afghanistan, Josh Howie on being Jewish and Phil Nichol on his Canadian roots and accents.
At London's legendary Comedy Store tonight, Rob Rouse on becoming a father, Paul Tonkinson on the rules of rugby, Terry Alderton on accents and Simon Cowell, and Josh Howie on religion.
At London's legendary Comedy Store tonight, Rufus Hound on stag and hen do's, Tom Stade on the differences between Canada and America, Simon Evans on the Welsh and Ava Vida on racism.
Featuring Jarred Christmas on aggressive Londoners, Steve Williams on graffiti, Andi Osho on Nigerian parenting, and Mike Wilmot on alcoholism and London.
At London's legendary Comedy Store tonight, Marlon Davies on Barack Obama, Jason Byrne on getting sex when you're older, Steve Williams on night clubs and Phil Nichol on offending people.
Pete Johansson on gaining weight, Rufus Hound on nurses, Jo Caufield on Americans and Brits and Rob Rouse on his pet dog ruining Christmas.
Micky Flanagan on cockney boys, Kai Humphries on adolescence, Tom Wrigglesworth on public transport and Neil Delamere on diving with sharks.