Abbas is joined by Comedian, Karam Sbeit, and they chat about lost luggage, visiting Lebanon and having a layover in Cairo, the beauty of staying at hostels, how Beirut is the Arab Vegas, things Lebanese people claim they invented, and how religion is taught in refugee camps.
Abbas is joined by Musical Artist, Dai Lo, and they chat about how tracks are usually made, releasing 53 music videos in 53 weeks, the cost of chartering a jet, how his immigrant parents view his career, the landscape for rappers, social media haters, the danger of hoarding your art, and why everyone loves Vietnam.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Faris Hytiaa, and they chat about growing up together in London, spending his teenage years in Sudan, getting the cold shoulder from Nigerian students, losing and regaining the Arabic language, why Sudan is an odd African country, and who Sudani's talk shit about.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Hassan Chaudhry, and they chat about Andrew Tate getting arrested, the FTX scam aftermath, the Ontario housing market decline, why gender fluidity needs a rebrand, how Punjabi's are everywhere, and goals for 2023.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Michael Moses, and they chat about growing up in small town Alberta, spending a month in NYC and breaking down the comedy hierarchy, running into Andrew Schultz, terrible comedy show posters, pet peeves of the social media hustle, and the importance of just hanging out at clubs.
Abbas is joined by Filmmaker, Mark Corless, and they chat about ethnic names on resumes, Neal Brennan's Blocks, getting into jiu-jitsu, hunter-gatherer tribes still around today, how crazy trans politics is getting, and Tom Cruise shooting his next movie in space.
Abbas is joined by Comedian/Actor, Edworld Kim, and they chat about losing a boxing spar, trying to replicate Mike Tyson's style, why comedians are drawn to combat sports, reasons men go bald, buying a crappy car, and how South Korea has the best welfare system.
Abbas is joined by Comedian/Actor, Jordan Policicchio, and they chat about how popular crowd work is now for comedians, feeling like a modern pirate while on the road, one-man shows at Edinburgh Fringe, and what you don't expect when doing an acting job.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Jesse Singh, and they chat about getting trapped in a snow storm in Vancouver island, the nicest people in Canada, the highs and lows of the tour, doing press in small towns, and things we'd do differently next time.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Conrad Osei, and they chat about how much money Qatar has, the Ronaldo vs. Messi debate, Cristiano's Piers Morgan interview, breaking down the best players on the 32 teams, and winning predictions for this World Cup.
Abbas is joined by Comedian/Podcaster, Amish Patel, and they chat about getting cut out of a scene in Handmaid's Tale, touring in Newfoundland, Sean Penn giving his Oscar to president Zelensky, hustling religion for tax-exempt status, crazy televangelists, and having to go to the Indian embassy.
Abbas is joined by comedian, Black Zeus, and they chat about his upcoming album taping, social media trends versus originality, the best moments in The Simpsons, Kanye West, Elon Musk taking over Twitter, and Trump's first tweet back.
Abbas is joined by comedian, Simmone P, and they chat about her car burning down, having to leave Hawaii, crazy experiences living abroad, why she could be a spy, doing a comedy tour in Asia, and going to work with North Korean refugees.
Abbas is joined by comedian, Paul Thompson, and they chat about recording his comedy album, the best specials of all time, Kanye going off again, Biden being too old, how mushrooms give childlike wonder, and corporate gigs that went horribly,
Abbas is joined by comedian, Nitish Sakhuja, and they chat about Toronto versus other big cities, retiring material and developing new bits, working at a high-security Best Buy warehouse, how expensive HDMI cables were, the best retail heists, a conspiracy about pigs, and the art of unpredictability.
Abbas is joined by comedian, Faraz Niafattah, and they chat about comedic hyper-awareness, doing a corporate gig in Winnipeg, going on the Kentucky bourbon tours, background on the Iran protests, the Russia Ukraine war, and the future of Iran.
Abbas is joined by comedian, Jesse Singh, and they chat about visiting Jamaica, the white savior trope, Pixar movies, immigrant cultural differences, companies wanting people back in the office full-time, comedy writing habits, breathwork, science in religion, and the life of social workers.
Abbas is joined by comedian, Moe Ismail, and they chat about his new album Homeroom Habibi, getting on the Just For Laughs festival, how the comedy world is the wild west, his chaotic trip to Egypt, the craziness of mob mentality, the benefits of quitting weed, and the wild situation in Iran.
Abbas is joined by Lawyer and Founder of Yalla Media, Hani A.D, and they chat about growing up on Dragon Ball Z, pursuing law and what schooling was like, why he left a big firm and started his own practice, how his Yalla platform came to be, and looking back at his Palestinian upbringing.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Hassan Chaudhry, and they chat about being featured on Snoop Dogg's Instagram, getting banned from a comedy club, sad but funny gambling addiction, odd jobs from the past, a mass deportation of Brampton immigrants, Kramer's terrible apology, and planning a national comedy tour.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Andrew Oporto, and they chat about being half Argentinian and half Irish, private versus public school, leaving the corporate world, bartending in England, serving at a Korean restaurant, crazy inflation, and things you didn't know about Argentinians.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Max Sheldrick, and they chat about the comedy grind, trying to make content while working a job, fired for having a "corrupting quality", underrated Quentin Tarantino films, trying to come up with tour names, Bill Burr's set in Toronto, and why Canada feels like a giant small town.
Abbas is joined by Comedian, Karam Sbeit, and they chat about how his family got displaced from Palestine, growing up in a refugee camp in Lebanon, getting porn into the camps, coming to Canada, and a wild story about police contact in Lebanon.
Abbas is joined by Content Creator, Falafel Kimchi, and they chat about his Euro trip, how British people love fried chicken, shisha culture in London, how Paris is super dirty, types of homeless people, weird parts of Japanese society, and the highlight of the trip