Ed Byrne is a charming, argumentative sod - with a fantastically natural comic ability. We discuss whether it’s funnier to take time finding the truth of a subject, or to switch your opinions to find the must comically useful stance; and why a group of comedians is known as a “bitch”.
We also glimpse how he side-steps a physical writing process by simply losing an argument and then dwelling on it for far too long…
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