#280 Ping - Rich is peeved that Banksy has been ripping off his ideas, but his guest doesn't realise he's not supposed to talk over him, it's only bloody birthday boy Bill Burr. They discuss their startlingly similar careers (if you ignore Bill's movie and success and money); what the West End is like; head mops; Warsaw Indiana; how fights in films are never realistic; Bill's biggest acting role yet in The King of Staten Island; how a cartoon gives the most realistic interpretation of the 70s (check out the new series of F Is For Family; offence in stand-up; feminism; masculinity in crisis; Croydon; and tiny babies. It's good stuff.
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Published: 17th June 2020. Length: 85 minutes.
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