Part one of three from this full length television programme.
Part two of three from this full length television programme.
Part three of three from this full length television programme.
Of the four performers on this episode of Pulp Comedy, Sam Wills arguably makes the most lasting impression. His fast-talking magic show is a far cry from his mute act The Boy With Tape On His Face (aka Tape Face), which later became a sensation via TV's America’s Got Talent. Although his Pulp Comedy performance is a lot more vocal than the one that would make his reputation, his quirky use of props is familiar. Elsewhere on the show Mike Loder has a dangerous encounter with a wētā, Vaughan King talks beds, and host Paul Ego gets in trouble trying to order a coffee.
They're not even called coffees anymore are they? They're just words with -ino and -atte on the end ... You've got your cappuccino of course, and your mochaccino, and your Al Pacino.– Paul Ego
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