For those who missed last week's series opener, 4Funnies is a series of brand new 30 minute comedy pilots. Tonight, Limerick's Rubberbandits - consisting of Blindboy Boat Club and Mr Chrome - will be doing there thang on Channel 4. You'll be happy to hear British viewers are indeed expecting 'two Irish rappers who wear plastic bags over their heads.' Building up a reputation - both live and as TV writers and performers - The Rubberbandits debuted for Channel 4 in C4.com's Comedy Blap and took 2012's Edinburgh Comedy Festival by storm, earning the distinction of 'Most Original Act'. Leave any sense or reason or logic outside the door and prepare for laughs with beats and yurts. They've also got 25million YouTube hits under their belts.
4Funnies: The Rubberbandits. Channel 4: 11.15pm
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