Great. And White. And Shark.

Well, the Two Pints special didn’t disappoint! Half an hour of sophisticated, culture-driven wit it wasn’t; some appallingly crude but extremely effective humour, a bucketful of in-jokes and one moment of brilliantly-played drama, all delivered with incredible style, it was.In particular, the writers made use of the live format to get the task to undertake a range of implausibly difficult feats (if you’ve only got one chance to get it right, anyway): downing a pint, catching a peanut in your mouth, tongue-twisters, fire-eating and naked balloon dancing… Somehow, when Dan Paton called this blog “more edifying and cogently argued than almost anything in print,” I’m not sure this was what he had in mind.

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