Elspeth Wright (comedian and host of “Battle of Wits”) joins the Montreal podcast that asks: If the week was 10 days long, would you still only house clean once a week? That question asked by Christian and Matthew from Scorpion Masqué in Episode 225.

Back when the pandemic hit, Elspeth Wright was hosting her own comedy gameshow at The Diving Bell Social Club called “Battle of Wits”. When it became more or less illegal to have shows in front of an audience anymore it seemed like a live gameshow would be a good fit to transition into an online gameshow. And so, “Battle of Wits” went online!

With new episodes on Fridays (for now), Elspeth has played host to the likes of Chris Sandiford, David Pryde, Brad MacDonald, Todd Graham and more. Go Plug Yourself co-hosts pop up every now and then (you can find episodes with Inés, Lawrence and Walter over on Elspeth’s YouTube Channel) as well. This week’s episode (premiering tomorrow!) features Ben Sosa Wright and Tranna Wintour!

Obviously you should do yourself a favor and subscribe on Youtube and follow @battleofwits on Instagram.

And hey, while you’re at it, why don’t you subscribe to Go Plug Yourself on whatever platform you listen to podcasts on, that would be swell.

elspeth wright podcast

As always, a big thank you to the providers of our theme song: Aural Turpitude!

Lawrence Corber also produces some shows you may have heard of (you should probably check out the next Healthy Living show when you get a chance) and if you’re close with him you can call him Lully. The other way to call him “Lully” is to follow him on his socials. @Lully514 on Instagram.

 Keith does all sorts of things here on 9to5.cc, he works with the other founders on 9to5 (illustrated), co-hosts our two podcasts: The 9to5 Entertainment System and Go Plug Yourself and blogs here as The Perspicacious Geek.