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I don't think Jon and Ben should be a platform for new comedy writers or performers. It's just not funny.
Lonely mothers at home with the kids?? Sexist
Anika's show is also funded by NZ On Air. You're right it's great - the shows are for different tastes and audiences. J&B plus 7 Days provide an excellent training ground for new comedy writers and performers.
Jon and Ben?! Are we serious?! Their running joke is how bad their jokes are and how shite their show is. There'd be people sleeping on park benches that could make better TV than these two. Anika Moa's show on ...
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