One random comedian, eight random questions; it's the ultimate test of funny person and fate.
Joining us this week is the radiantly caustic writer/comedian Jo Caulfield, who's performing at the weekly LAUGHNow Comedy Club on Friday, from the comfort of her house, with Russell Kane, Andrew Bird and Jarred Christmas (who are presumably not at her house). So how is Jo finding these web-based gigs?
"I love the intimacy," she says. "You can see in people's homes. It's a whole new level of judgment to play with."
This show will be an interactive affair, with a chatroom and a Watch Together function, all chipping in. Do virtual audiences act differently, too?
"People behave better," Caulfield continues, "because no-one is in a pack where they have to show off. It's a different feel to a club gig."
Which is no bad thing. Jo Caulfield, your Random 8 await.
What was your childhood career dream?
To be Calamity Jane. I loved the outfits.
Do you have a favourite shop?
In Berlin, the Ramones Museum and Shop. There used to a great shop in New York called Trash and Vaudeville - I had a chat with Alice Cooper who was also shopping there. I also love all John Lewis department stores.
Which live event would you most like to have attended?
Me, playing a solo show in Madison Square Garden...
Who are you most envious of?
Anyone who got their hair cut just before lockdown.
Which low-key law would you introduce?
You can't declare your love for your partner on Facebook. Just tell them at home, the rest of us don't give a shit.
What's the worst thing in your wardrobe?
A floral dress I bought for a wedding. I hate weddings. I always feel I have to dress like someone else; someone more normal.
Who was your first celebrity crush (and have you met them)?
David Cassidy, and I met him when I was a writer on So Graham Norton. He seemed very sad, so I was glad I didn't marry him when I was six.
Do you have a good hangover cure?
Sadly it's going back in time and not having those last two drinks!