Watch two comics chat up a storm

Updated: Nov 29, 2016, 10:32 IST | Wriddhaayan Bhattacharyya

Comedy and comedians have their brand of democracy — they stand by and for each other to make the world, a funnier place. Jim Jefferies and Stuart Goldsmith discuss whether being drunk on stage provides an edge

Comedy and comedians have their brand of democracy — they stand by and for each other to make the world, a funnier place. Jim Jefferies and Stuart Goldsmith discuss whether being drunk on stage provides an edge.

“What’s it like not being drunk on stage?” asked Jefferies. “I stopped when I came to America. Earlier, nobody cared. Then, I had an enlarged liver issue,” replied Goldsmith (sarcastically). The 53-minute episode is a snippet of witty brains. “I was happy to be out of control,” Goldsmith doesn’t mind admitting.

They also explore the niceties of standup — research, writing and imaginative powers that lead to the fascinating stories from real life. It is kind of an educative listen; a creativity that lay men would enjoy. Goldsmith also chats about his stint with musical theatre and how he could not continue with his performances. He had nodes in vocal chords and couldn’t speak for three months.

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