Stars: Marwan El-Moslemany,Aisha Aziz
The first of its kind stand-up comedy series featuring 56 talents from the Arab World. Each episode features 2 comedians performing in their own style. The comedians then get-together in a laid-back conversation about their journeys and stand-up comedy in the Arab World
Marwan remembers his time in school, swimming classes and mahraganat music. While Aisha talks about her mother's marriage aspirations for her.
Kinan gives us a crash course in German and tells us why he prefers animals to children. While Ghada tries to keep her cool as a middle child at home and shares her adventures in corporate life.
Reem opens up about her fear of dogs and makes fun of dating practices and weddings. While S tells us about his misfortune as a college student in America.
Ammar tells us about his childhood, moving from private to public schools, and his weight. And Sary shares what its like crossing the 30-year old mark, his car "Umm Khaled" and that time he went to a concert with his mom.
Esraa recounts her mom's advice to her as a kid and talks to us about her married life. While Wassim complains about his weight and how it's affected his relationships.
Yusef tells us why not all foreigners are foreigners and his relationship with his cat. While Kareem talks about his grandfather and his uncle that believes that Tupac, Princess Diana and Biggie are still alive.
Steph tells us about her journey losing weight, what kind of people annoy her and how much she eats in Ramadan. Brwon talks about his Ethiopian heritage and his strange experiences in the workplace.
Tarek tells us about his family's aspirations for him to be a doctor and questions why we eat what we eat. Anas takes us through his experience moving out and his roommate.
Sfanh talks planes and her 6 siblings, all of whom work in human resources. While Dawood tells us why he knows he's overweight and why kids annoy him.
Kamal takes a trip with a friend for the first time and things go bad from the airport onwards. Lodo loses 50 kilos and talks about his mental health.
Hashim thinks that some things sound better when they're said in English and doesn't understand why there's a maestro in an orchestra. While Ahmed talks marriage, divorce and love. And shares weird thoughts that crosses his mind.
Abudlrhman tells us how he thought babies were made, superstitions and how women cry differently from men. Lama wishes she was born in the 2000s and tells us about some red flags in her personality.
Mohamed shares his experiences growing up in the Khaleej and being a dentist. While Islam recounts the first time she went to her native Sudan after years growing up in Oman.
Bernadette wonders why people are so weird when it comes to money. While Cesar takes us down memory lane and opens up about his relationship with his mother.
Eman tells us about her Turkish mother and her weight loss journey. While Ahmed remembers when his ex told him that her ex is a magician.
Karim tells us about his multicultural upbringing and his twin children. Zahra talks stereotypes and how people judge one another.
John is traumatized from air travel and tells us about his not-so-well trained dog. Abdulla teaches us some quirks in the Bahraini dialect and remembers his private school vs public school days.
Hamad tells us about his wife's pregnancy and how he got into make up tutorials. Ola talks about her name, her action-packed childhood and her relationship with her mother.
Ziad introduces us to his puppets Tooha and Roachy. While Ali talks about being a middle child, his mother on WhatsApp and his engagement.
Nour talks about her relationship with her mother and how women get what they want. While Ahmad tells us about that time a friend decided to tag along on a trip with him and their friendship was never the same again.
Ahmed gives us a crash course in the Kuwaiti dialect and tells us about his family WhatsApp group. While Mohamed has a problem with kids, fancy places and almond milk.
Eddie shares his love for plane disaster documentaries. While Shaikha tells us about a train called "Marriage"
Ghalia is annoyed by people on social media and pet owners, and tells us the differences between men and women. And AbdulRahman takes us down memory lane and how he suffered watching catroons dubbed into Arabic.
Osama hates small talk and doesn't get instructions on a plane. And Hossam sympathizes with women and wonders if men should put on make up.
Abdul tell us what it's like being a single dad and a comedian. While Lilas talks about her upbringing, her mother's cooking and body hair.
Abady tells us about being overweight as a child and his hatred for camping. While Ahmed discusses dating, therapy and situationships.
Mina tells us about how his Dad named a laxative after him and how marriage forces different species to co-exist. While Hos Ne tells us about his trip to a wealthy part of town.
Noha tells us about her horror movie adventures being a nursery teacher. And Alhashmi complains about his name and tells us about how his tone of voice helps him out sometimes.
Season One is over! But not before we celebrate!
Season One is over! But not before we celebrate some more!