Full Of It: True or False Gameshow with Jamie McCarney and David Tulk

Review by Heather McDaid | 07 Aug 2013
  • Full Of It - With Jamie McCarney and David Tulk

After a few rocky moments with sound effects, Aussie duo Jamie McCarney and David Tulk hit their stride in their interactive game show Full Of It – essentially 'true or false.' The rules are simple: one point for a correct answer, minus ten for an incorrect one, it's all being recorded for their podcast, and 'you have a say, too.'

What comedy quiz would be complete without ridiculous questions? Phobias of being watched by ducks, China incriminating reincarnation without the correct paperwork, the illegality of bestiality in Germany... The show provides a lot of fun facts to amuse friends with later. There's even a dose of local history covering window taxes of the 18th and 19th century.

The duo's chemistry is evident. More pub friends than a well-oiled comedy machine, they spend as much time laughing as they do telling stories and losing their thread. With a shot of toilet humour and masturbation jokes to boot, it maintains that pub vibe, ideal for a slightly later slot, but good afternoon entertainment nonetheless. 

Full of It: The True or False Game Show with Jamie McCarney and David Tulk, @ The Counting House, The Lounge, 1-25 Aug (not 7, 14, 21), 2.30pm, free.