Funny Women finalist Rosana interviews up and coming, struggling comedians about their lack of success and what is missing in their act. Comedians discuss their hardships and what they could do to get on TV. Difficult questions are asked, and tense, awkward moments often occur.
Finalist in Silver and Gold stand up of the year and One to Watch (Funny Women) talks frankly about her age, starting comedy in the middle of a divorce and how she won't look ridiculous on stage, even for a laugh.
Interview with alternative comic Bas Rahman, who blends the dark with the blue. We discuss how racism is the reason she's not on TV, how she could change her name to Melinda Karbunkle to get a meeting with an agent, and why other comedians should quit.
Don Biswas talks about what is missing in his act, including lack of charm, stage presence, and brand sponsorship with Claire's accessories. We also discuss his comedy themes of dyspraxia, politics, and conspiracy theories, as well as the importance of confidence.