“How dare I not be entertaining!?” One of the world’s greatest one-liner comics, Stewart Francis brings his quickfire mind to bear on the podcast, and gets grappling. For a man who claims he has no need to perform, Stewart seems utterly unwilling to let go of the gags, but what starts as a scuffle begins to yield some insight into a professed disdain for self-indulgence. Will we learn more about him here than his audience ever do?
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