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FAH Thursdays: Some Loose Statistics

Updated: Nov 25, 2022

When Did Thursdays Become a Thing?

Recently, I was listening to the Stuart Goldsmith interview from November 25, 2021 with Foil Arms and Hog, which I highly recommend. Goldsmith is a brilliant interviewer and he really asked interesting, thoughtful questions of the lads. One of those questions sparked a discussion about their YouTube life as comedy artists and how YouTube fits into their assessment of their own writing and work as comedians and also the way they think about themselves. "Are they YouTubers?" asked Goldsmith and Foil, especially, said absolutely not. Arms decided that they are "Content Creators" but Foil didn't seem to be too taken with this idea either. And then at one point, he said that they get a sketch out every Thursday and he feels that their work on film is not as good as their work on stage.


I've heard him talk about this in previous interviews and he's always rather dismissive about their work on film and the sketches that they create for YouTube. He's not entirely negative, but he clearly does not value that work as much as the sketches that they create for live shows. I think the difference for him and for the other two lads is in how much time they spend on each medium. Hog explains in the interview with Goldsmith that the stage material "needs to be funnier" to reach the audience in front of them. Whereas, the audience for a filmed sketch is amorphous (my word, not his), but his argument is that if someone likes the video, they'll watch it and share it, but if not, they'll walk away. That's a luxury (we're back to my argument now) of the YouTube audience, but people in a live show must be entertained and engaged constantly or else the lads have nothing to work with as they perform. Of course, it takes them much longer to produce material for a live sketch show than for the "warm blanket of the two minute script" as Arms has so aptly put it. But it is the YouTube sketches that FAH have relied on to draw audiences and to promote their live shows, as well as to gain recognition among people outside of Ireland. So these short sketches are highly worthwhile to the lads' careers and they've been very helpful in spreading the word about FAH's comedy, especially in recent years.


But this interview with Goldsmith and the discussion about YouTube got me thinking: why Thursdays at all? What is it about Thursday that attracted FAH to start billing themselves as having content published every week on this particular day? They're using this as a marketing tool on their YouTube channel (just look at the picture above.) We find their channel and we know that we can count on every single Thursday there being something from FAH. At this point in their careers, fans and followers even talk about how they define their weeks by when FAH publishes their sketch, how they look forward to that day in particular, how they get up in their part of the world at ungodly hours to watch a sketch premier, and then all the discussions that happen afterwards on a Thursday. Poems have been written about Thursdays, and Arms devotes a good portion of his Thursday mornings to responding to the hundreds of comments on their social media platforms after a sketch has been published. Thursdays are etched into our brains as FAH day, in FAHland and in the FAHndom. Thursdays are THE day for us in the week and they matter to every single aspect of FAH's current careers as sketch comedians.


But as I began to think about the "why Thursdays?" question, I also wondered whether this has always been true? Did FAH always publish on Thursday? And the answer is a definitive, no. Now, the caveat here, is that I am not dealing with Facebook, Instagram, Twitter or TikTok because interviewers (and fans alike) never discuss the views on these social media sites. They might allude to these sites, but they go immediately to YouTube as the defining site and assessment of FAH's popularity concerning viewers and subscribers, so I'm dealing solely with YouTube and the loose statistical material that I've gathered together. I think this is reasonable, considering that YouTube is a platform where people make a name for themselves with their videos and content that they create and post. Moreover, the number of subscribers that a channel garners is a sign of success, and also of the influence on the wider world. For example, when I first found FAH in May of 2020, they had 430K subscribers on YouTube. I didn't even bother looking at the number of followers on their other social media sites, initially. I knew intrinsically that YouTube defined their success. Well, now after starting their own Patreon site, the pandemic (not that it's really over, by any means) and various lockdowns, FAH have 748K subscribers [as of this writing in August 2022] and they are still growing. They have gone back to gigging and that helped their subscribers grow on YouTube as well, but the point is YouTube is still seen as a defining medium through which artists or anyone for that matter, make a name for themselves and stay in the public eye.


So, what did I do? I went to their YouTube channel and I started at the beginning to make a list of sketches that they have published and the dates and DAYS that they've published. This produced some very interesting information about the first seven years of FAH's YouTube use. It seems that it was not until 2016 that FAH stopped publishing anything on different days than Thursday (well, there's one day in 2016 that they publish on a Friday, but that's a little vid from Arms.) If we want to get technical about it, then really it is 2017 when they publish solely on Thursdays. But 2016 is a great place to start with assessing a change in the way they handled YouTube as a medium to draw in viewers who might ultimately come to their live shows and as a way to market their own comedy.


It's true that they set the standard for Thursdays with the very first publication on that day in 2009 with their sketch, "Green Issues," but after that, it's entirely hit and miss until 2016. When examining their history of publication on YouTube it is possible to see that at first FAH just threw up their sketches whenever they felt like it. There didn't seem to be any rhyme or reason to the days that they chose. They published during the week and also on the weekends. There was no real consistency and no sense of marketing or plan at all to the sketches that they posted. They published one sketch in 2009, one in 2010, three in 2011, and then in 2012 they got a bit more serious and published 15 sketches, 4 of which landed on a Thursday. In 2013, they got even more serious about creating content for their YouTube channel and they published 32 sketches, 15 of which came out on a Thursday. Since I haven't talked to FAH or asked them about "why Thursdays?" I'm going to surmise that they weren't thinking about YouTube as a marketing tool at this point. But more as a platform to experiment with their comedy, the way they filmed, what they filmed, and how they performed in front of a camera. I think this is a good guess because I've heard Arms talk about these early sketches and what their use was to them as comedians. They spent more time working on their live shows, on basic things like traveling to gigs, and hustling along in their careers in other mediums, such as television (Dan Savage show: 2012 - 14; Jason Byrne show), voice overs, commercials, etc, They clearly didn't see or assess YouTube as a powerful tool for developing or pushing their style of sketch comedy.


And it's not like they grow from year to year in their publications on their YouTube channel. They may have put up 32 sketches in 2013 (15 Thursdays), but in 2014, they published a mere 13 sketches (4 Thursdays), effectively drawing back from social media and becoming much less visible and I would argue, less accessible to a broader audience. Not having more videos during the 2014 year probably affected their careers more than they realize, even now. And I mean that, not in a highly critical way, but in a practical sense of what social media does for a person's longevity in the public eye. If they produce less, people see less and they have less time to plug their shows, show their comedy, and keep people interested in them and their work. They have less time on screen to broaden their audience. Perhaps they realized this because in 2015 they published 33 sketches, 21 of which landed on a Thursday. So, it would seem that they were beginning to recognize the positives in publishing consistently on one day. Or it could have just been easy to do Thursday for many reasons, including scheduling. Often when I've asked FAH about something in their careers or in their planning, they tell me, (and this is mostly Foil), "you would be surprised how little we thought about this!" And yes, that is true, but then as Foil told me back in our year correspondence (on September 14, 2020), "If our motto is "funny first, think later, perhaps Barbara Tilley is the "think later" part!!" - a high compliment, indeed, if I do say so myself, and one that I value and also believe is true.


So, I return to my assessment and analysis (the "think later" part). In 2016, they were really beginning to get on a roll with their YouTube channel and they published 47 sketches, 46 on a Thursday. And behold! Here is their first year when they could definitely use "expect on a Thursday, dear viewers, a sketch from us!" Yet, they still didn't have the kind of pressure from their viewers that they do now, to produce. Can we imagine a Thursday when there is no sketch? We would go insane. We would write to the lads, we would post on social media sites, we would talk to each other in our fahndom community, we would kick up a ruckus on Patreon. There would be no end to the wondering, and pondering, and worry, and even complaints from people across the world: where is that Thursday sketch!!? Are the lads okay!!? Has something happened!!? Well, in 2016, they didn't have that, so they missed weeks without anyone really saying anything at all. I find this very interesting because it denotes, for me, the fact that their fans were not expecting anything on a Thursday, nor did they care. They did not mark the day as particularly awful if FAH didn't post a sketch. FAH clearly didn't have the same pressure on them from people across the world, as they do now. They sometimes talk (in interviews, even the Goldsmith interview) about how hard it was to create something while they were on the road and to get it up on their YouTube channel, but they never discuss how the YouTube channel equates with other career growth or lack thereof.


Foil said (in the Goldsmith interview) that "we're railing naturally against everything that everyone thinks we are, the YouTuber, and we don't, we don't really think of ourselves like . . . we are way, way, way better at stage than we are at film." It's an interesting perspective about themselves and one that I can't agree with, for obvious reasons. I think that they are just as good at film, as they are on the stage (having seen them perform live four times) and I would argue that by doing the film shorts, they are practicing for the stage and I've wondered why they don't see this connection. Goldsmith said they have a "blind spot" about their YouTube channel - in promoting it, using the appropriate hashtags, and titles - and I would agree. Moreover, I think the history of their use of the channel, when looked at in overview, as I have done, shows just how long it took them to recognize the positive uses of their YouTube channel, especially in promoting their careers and their style of comedy and using the marketing tool of the one day, a Thursday, to mark a moment in the week when we can expect them to think about us, their fahns, and to bring us a sketch for our viewing pleasure.


So, let me explain what is below: first, there are the names of sketches, dates and days of their publications on their YouTube channel from 2009 - 2016. I hope it is possible to get a clear view of how they're using their channel and the sporadic and inconsistent publication dates and days. After this, I cite all the sketches from 2017, 2018, 2019, and 2020 because I saw that even though they're publishing on a Thursday solely during these years, they miss sketch publication days in 2017, 2018, and interestingly, even in 2020. As I argue above, these missed days say a lot about the kinds of pressures that they didn't have during these years from followers, subscribers and fans. They said in a 2019 interview that it was not until 2017 that they started to make any real money in their careers as sketch comedians and I think the consistency of publishing on a Thursday contributed to viewers knowing and understanding that FAH were serious about their work on YouTube. Their followers - they didn't really have a large international fan base until the pandemic and lockdowns across the world that started a couple of months into 2020 - began to understand that they could count on FAH putting out a weekly sketch. And that FAH were thinking not only about their careers, but about their viewers and, ultimately, the people who might support them and come to see them live.


For further context, the first year in their career publishing on YouTube that has 52 sketches on a Thursday is in 2019, the second year is 2021. I'm going to assume that 2022 will follow this pattern. But on the flip side, in terms of marketing their sketches on YouTube, Arms points out in the interview with Goldsmith that they still do not think much about the marketing of their YouTube sketches: Arms: "sometimes the tagging of it, the marketing . . . there's like two minutes thought that's gone into it." Still, I think that the lads were very interested in what Goldsmith was talking about and it would seem that they are doing something right, currently, because their numbers and views and subscribers on YouTube are on the rise.


Dates & Days of the Week That FAH Published YouTube sketches


2009 Sketch (1) [1 Thursday]

Green Issues: July 23, 2009: Thursday


2010 Sketch (1)

The Disco: December 7, 2010: Tuesday


2011 Sketches (3) [1 Thursday]

John & Tim: October 24, 2011: Monday


Filming Illegally in a Cinema: October 24, 2011: Monday


iPhone Apps: December 8, 2011: Thursday


2012 Sketches (15) [4 Thursdays]

Celebrity Lock Up: January 27, 2012: Friday


FAH Dublin Fringe: September 11, 2012: Tuesday


FAH Introduce Boy / Tape/ Face: September 24, 2012: Monday


It’s Good to Talk: September 26, 2012: Wednesday


Bookshop: November 15, 2012: Thursday


FAH Supermarket Policy: November 15, 2012: Thursday


Tennis: November 22, 2012: Thursday


Hotel Fort: November 27, 2012: Tuesday


Brennans Bread: November 29, 2012: Wednesday


Upskilling: December 4, 2012: Tuesday


Budget: December 7, 2012: Friday


Voice Recognition: December 11, 2012: Tuesday


Band Accounts: December 18, 2012: Tuesday


FAH Christmas Party: December 19, 2012: Wednesday


Hashtag (original): December 20, 2012: Thursday


2013 Sketches (32) [15 Thursdays]

Umm 1: January 8, 2013: Tuesday


Ceol Agus Ol: January 11, 2013: Friday


Excuses: January 15, 2013: Tuesday


Heineken Parody: February 8, 2013: Friday


Business Squash: February 12, 2013: Tuesday


Perspectives: February 17, 2013: Sunday


Ex-Pope: February 28, 2013: Thursday


Business Dudes 1 (Heroin): April 1, 2013: Monday


Dole Moments: May 28, 2013: Tuesday


Cinema Seating: June 4, 2013: Tuesday


Hair Cut: June 6, 2013: Thursday


Cinema Food: June 13, 2013: Thursday


The Vet: June 18, 2013: Tuesday


He’s His Own Worst Enemy: July 18, 2013: Thursday


Business Dudes 2 (Newspapers): July 25, 2013: Thursday


FAH Guide to Performing/Fringe: August 7, 2013: Wednesday


Interview with Foil & La Bullshat: October 1, 2013: Tuesday


Baby Head Clamp: October 1, 2013: Tuesday


Hard Lads 1: October 7, 2013: Monday


FAH: New Employee: October 10, 2013: Thursday


Hard Lads 2 (The Meeting): October 15, 2013: Tuesday


The Chairheads: October 17, 2013: Thursday


Samaritans: October 31, 2013: Thursday


Business Dudes 3 (Punchy Face): November 7, 2013: Thursday


Balloon Dance: November 12, 2013: Tuesday


Umm 2: November 14, 2013: Thursday [PM time / unknown]


Ceol Agus Ol 2: November 28, 2013: Thursday


The Morning After: December 5, 2013: Thursday


Babies: December 12, 2013: Thursday [8:00 pm]


Modern Rhyming Slang: December 19, 2013: Thursday


Dublin Airport Emotional Arrival: December 23, 2013: Monday


Ryanair Song: December 26, 2013: Thursday


2014 Sketches (13) [4 Thursdays]

Things That Are Difficult: January 2, 2014: Thursday


The Narcissistic Song Collection: January 10, 2014: Friday


Movie OMG: February 7, 2014: Friday


Dog Years: February 18, 2014: Tuesday


Space Mission from Hell: May 1, 2014: Thursday


Luas Tannoy in Real Life: May 7, 2014: Wednesday


Victim Confronts / School Bully: May 16, 2014: Friday


Festival Tickets: August 28, 2014: Thursday


Dermot & Dave’s New Show: September 2, 2014: Tuesday


The Communion Dealer: September 30, 2014: Tuesday


The Priest (Hard Lads): October 19, 2014: Sunday


Renting in the City: November 3, 2014: Monday


Business Dudes 4: December 18, 2014: Thursday


2015 Sketches (33) [21 Thursdays]

Business Dudes 5: January 8, 2015: Thursday


Inconvenience Store Robbery: January 18, 2015: Sunday


TV3 / Humblebrag: January 28, 2015: Wednesday


Driving Instructor: January 29, 2015: Thursday


The Power of Marketing: February 5, 2015: Thursday


Kerryman Gives Directions (w/horse): February 11, 2015: Wednesday


Out-Takes Vol 1: February 19, 2015: Thursday


Quickie Cash: February 26, 2015: Thursday


Movie Voice Syndrome: March 5, 2015: Thursday


Gaelic Flurt: March 14, 2015: Saturday


Modern Small Talk: March 19, 2015: Thursday


50 Irish Towns: March 27, 2015: Friday


A Very Irish Film (trailer): April 9, 2015: Thursday


Life Hacks: April 17, 2015: Friday


Problems with the UK: April 23, 2015: Thursday


50 UK Towns: April 30, 2015: Thursday


Visiting Gran 1: May 7, 2015: Thursday


Our Top 10 Vines: May 29, 2015: Friday


Festival Knob: June 11, 2015: Thursday


Phone A&E: July 16, 2015: Thursday


Post-Festival Makeup: July 23, 2015: Thursday


FAH vs Vending Machine: July 31, 2015: Friday


Freshers Week: October 16, 2015: Friday


Everyone Hates Dublin: October 19, 2015: Monday


Dying of Laughter: October 29, 2015: Thursday


The Internet Café: November 5, 2015: Thursday


Hard Lads 5 (The Girl): November 12, 2015: Thursday


Never Take an Irish Person Literally: November 19, 2015: Thursday


How to Speak Dublin: December 3, 2015: Thursday


Getting Out of Shape for Christmas: December 12, 2015: Saturday


Ceol Agus Ol 3: December 14, 2015: Monday


Staying for the Credits: December 17, 2015: Thursday


New Year’s Resolutions: December 31, 2015: Thursday


2016 Sketches (46) [45 Thursdays]

Sensodine Commercial (parody): January 7, 2016

Outtakes Vol 2: January 14, 2016

20th Century Curtains: January 15, 2016: Friday

Border Control (Live): January 21, 2016

Skype Interview Fail: January 28, 2016

Election Time in Ireland: February 4, 2016

Matt Warehouse: February 11, 2016

Expressions College: February 18, 2016

Dole Moments: February 25, 2016

Not a Scam: March 3, 2016

Bad Sign Language: March 10, 2016

Ryanair Fail: March 17, 2016

Witness Protection Pitch: March 24, 2016

Remembering the Heroes: March 31, 2016

Apartment Games: April 7, 2016

How Not to Offend People: April 14, 2016

Hospital Chef: April 21, 2016

New Irish Government: April 28, 2016

Sandcastles (Live): May 5, 2016: Thursday

How to Say Sorry Without Saying Sorry: May 12, 2016

Behind the Scenes (the Edit): May 19, 2016

Driving Instructor 2: May 26, 2016

Leaving Cert Study: June 2, 2016

Euro 2016 Sweepstakes: June 9, 2016

Euro 2016 Hooligan Children: June 16, 2016


Missed sketch: June 23, 2016


WTF is Brexit: June 30, 2016

Irish Lad on J1 Chats Up American Girl: July 7, 2016

Last Minute Holiday Panic: July 14, 2016


Missed sketch: July 21, 2016


Asthma vs Cancer: July 28, 2016

The World is F**cked: August 4, 2016


Missed sketch: August 11, 2016


Olympic Boxing: August 18, 2016

Excalibur Nightclub: August 25, 2016

Getting Past US Immigration: September 1, 2016

Cork Man on a Quiz Show: September 8, 2016

Afterlife Insurance: September 15, 2016


Missed sketch: September 22, 2016


Craft Beer Knob: September 29, 2016

Travel Knob Guy: October 6, 2016


Missed sketch: October 13, 2016


Living for the Weekend: October 20, 2016

How to Be Late for Work: October 27, 2016

The Garda Strike: November 3, 2016


Missed sketch: November 10, 2016


Money Talks: The Business Nobs: November 17, 2016

How to Pretend You’re Listening: November 24, 2016

Acting with Pen: December 1, 2016

Alcoholic vs Health Freak: December 8, 2016

Christmas Rage: December 15, 2016

A Very Irish Christmas: December 22, 2016

New Year’s U.N. Resolutions: December 29, 2016


2017 Sketches (48) [48 Thursdays]

Legends Disease: January 5, 2017

Teaching Computers to Parents: January 12, 2017

Irish School Admissions: January 19, 2017

Childcare Hacks: January 26, 2017

Working for Free: February 2, 2017

Lying on Tinder: February 9, 2017

Two Bouncers on a Blind Date (Live): February 16, 2017


Missed sketch: February 23, 2017


15 Habits of the Mega Rich: March 2, 2017

How to Sneak a Peek: March 9, 2017

St. Patrick’s Day Isn’t Irish: March 16, 2017

Organic Food Knob: March 23, 2017

Learning to Drive with Your Parents: March 30, 2017

The Family Holiday: April 6, 2017

Millennial Traveler: April 13, 2017

Break Ups: April 20, 2017

School Play: April 27, 2017

Start Ups Vol 1: May 4, 2017

Talking to Inanimate Objects: May 11, 2017

The Leaving Cert Dreams: May 18, 2017

Insults: May 25, 2017

When Parents Have Visitors: June 1, 2017


Missed sketch: June 8, 2017


Engagement Nightmare: June 15, 2017

Irish Lad on J1 Goes for Job Interview: June 22, 2017

An Irish Intervention: June 29, 2017

City Syndrome: July 6, 2017

The Old Ways are the Best Ways: July 13, 2017


Missed sketch: July 20, 2017


Missed sketch: July 27, 2017


How to Speak Dublin (Live): August 3, 2017

Human Glitches: August 10, 2017

Watching TV with Your Parents: August 17, 2017

How Not to Tell a Story: August 24, 2017

Clickbait Song: August 31, 2017

UK Immigration Test: September 7, 2017

If Coffees were Countries: September 14, 2017

Driving Instructor 3: September 21, 2017

The Commute: September 28, 2017

An Englishman Plays Risk: October 5, 2017

The Matchmaking Estate: October 12, 2017

A Really Terrible Diet: October 19, 2017

Irish Police Halloween Warning: October 26, 2017

Marathons are for Losers: November 2, 2017

Don’t Recycle, It’s Garbage: November 9, 2017

Anxious, the Board Game: November 16, 2017

How to be a Lad: November 23, 2017

In the Interest of Balance: November 30, 2017

Kidnap Victims Return Home: December 7, 2017

What Women Want: December 14, 2017

Christmas Drinks: December 21, 2017

The Post X-mas Sales: December 28, 2017


2018 Sketches (50) [50 Thursdays]

Airport Taxi: January 4, 2018

Killing a Houseplant: January 11, 2018

Millennials Funeral: January 18, 2018

Human Smart Phone: January 25, 2018

Computer Games with Parents: February 1, 2018

Real Victims of Scams: February 8, 2018

How They Really Predict the Weather: February 15, 2018

Parents When You Have Friends Over: February 22, 2018


Missed sketch: March 1, 2018


Party with the Days of the Week: March 8, 2018

St. Patrick’s Day Parade: March 15, 2018

Alcohol Goes to Therapy: March 22, 2018

The PC PC Shop: March 29, 2018

The One Stop Wedding Shop: April 5, 2018

Studying with Your Parents: April 12, 2018

The Passport Office: April 19, 2018

Nightclub Secrets Revealed: April 26, 2018

Cancelling a Gym Membership: May 3, 2018

An Irish Summer: May 10, 2018

Walking is for Losers: May 17, 2018

Holidays with Your Parents: May 24, 2018

Song for the Elderly (Live): May 31, 2018

The English Football Press: June 7, 2018

Irish Lad Rents a 1 Bedroom Apartment: June 14, 2018

Driving Instructor 4: June 21, 2018

Outtakes Vol 3: June 28, 2018

Visiting Gran 2: July 5, 2018

Start Ups Vol 2: July 12, 2018


Missed sketch: July 19, 2018


Awkward Interview with Planet Earth: July 26, 2018

Right Song, Wrong Lyrics (Live): August 2, 2018

A Newsreader Trying to Get Other Jobs: August 9, 2018

How to be a Lad, Part 2: August 16, 2018

Realistic Guidance Counselor: August 23, 2018

The Coolest Festival You Never Heard Of: August 30, 2018

Parents on the First Day Back to School: September 6, 2018

What Your Car Says About You: September 13, 2018

Smug Cycling Guy: September 20, 2018

Tea Addiction: September 27, 2018

Waiting for a Package: October 4, 2018

Dodgy Tattoo Parlour: October 11, 2018

Wordplay Hotel: October 18, 2018

When Workmen are Over: October 25, 2018

Competitive Office Lunches: November 1, 2018

Shopping with Your Parents: November 8, 2018

Wordplay Restaurant: November 15, 2018

Leaving a Tip: November 22, 2018

Brexit Divorce: November 29, 2018

Honest Personality Test: December 6, 2018

When Parents Drag You Places: December 13, 2018

When You Get an Unexpected Present at X-mas: December 20, 2018

Grandparents in the Future: December 27, 2018


2019 Sketches (52) [52 Thursdays]

Conversation Killers: January 3, 2019

How to Destroy a Family: January 10, 2019

How to Stop Worrying: January 17, 2019

Morning Bathroom Rush: January 24, 2019

Heartbreak Emergency Room: January 31, 2019

Ever Committee Ever: February 7, 2019

Parents When You’re Sick: February 14, 2019

The Worst Hangover Ever: February 21, 2019

Self-Indulgent Music Teacher: February 28, 2019

The Snob: March 7, 2019

Evil Corporate Advertising: March 14, 2019

Wordplay Hardware Shop: March 21, 2019

Newsreader on a Date: March 28, 2019

The Balaclava Shop: April 4, 2019

How to Fix a Broken Relationship: April 11, 2019

An English Period Drama: April 18, 2019

Calling Your Parents From Abroad: April 25, 2019

The Ryanair Song (Live): May 2, 2019

The Online Doctor: May 9, 2019

How to Invigilate an Exam: May 16, 2019

The Hunter Gatherer Café: May 23, 2019

If Diseases Were People: May 30, 2019

Exams Are Not Important: June 6, 2019

The Narcissistic Song Collection (Live): June 13, 2019

Keyboard Commando (Live): June 20, 2019

Outtakes Vol 4: June 27, 2019

Coming Out: July 4, 2019

One Man Play: July 11, 2019

Cooking with Your Parents: July 18, 2019

A Bad Relationship with Money: July 25, 2019

The Monks Song: August 1, 2019

Regional Accent Discrimination (Live): August 8, 2019

Brexit Weather Forecast: August 15, 2019

How to Fix the Health Service: August 22, 2019

Green Card Game Show (Live): August 29, 2019

Emigration Police: September 5, 2019

Lads Graduation: September 12, 2018

When Irish People Can’t Speak Irish: September 19, 2019

Irish Farmer vs Universal Music: September 26, 2019

When Your Dad is an Influencer: October 3, 2019

Awkward Interview with Mozart: October 10, 2019

Millennials in the Future: October 17, 2019

Paper Bag Hats (Live): October 24, 2019

Actual Scary Halloween Costumes: October 31, 2019

When Parents Give you a Lift: November 7, 2019

Putting Up With Granny: November 14, 2019

What is America?: November 21, 2019

Black Friday Rise of Amazon: November 28, 2019

Telling Your Family You’re Vegan: December 5, 2019

When the Wind Changed: December 12, 2019

Santa is Captured by Russians: December 19, 2019

Our Top Ten Sketches 2009 – 2019: December 26, 2019


2020 Sketches (51) [51 Thursdays]


Missed sketch: March 5, 2020


2021 Sketches (52) [52 Thursdays]











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