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A TV reunion for Hamish and Andy tonight on THE HUNDRED

Australia’s biggest comedy duo, Hamish and Andy, reunite on your TV screens Tuesday night on The Hundred with Andy Lee.

After a two-year absence since their last hit TV show, Perfect Holiday, Hamish will join the panel alongside comedians Mike Goldstein and Becky Lucas.

A lot of history between the comedy pair will be divulged as they dive into Hamish’s lockdown habit, reveal why Hamish was banned from driving the Caravan of Courage, and finally try to settle a ferocious 20-year debate once and for all. Taking it to “The Hundred”, they ask which Twisties flavour is better, Andy’s cheese flavour or Hamish’s preferred chicken?
 
Andy said:

“I argued hard with Channel 9 when they suggested including Hamish Blake in the show. I had heard from others that he is an absolute prick to work with, but I must say I enjoyed his performance and he seemed like a really nice guy.”

Hamish added:

“I saw Andy in a suit and thought he must have had a court appearance. It turns out it’s his show outfit, so after the shock of that I had a ball.”

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The Hundred is an original concept by Screentime Australia and Andy Lee, produced in association with Channel 9.

The Hundred with Andy Lee airs Tueday at 8:40pm on Nine and 9Now

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