Divian and Dee Kosh are back with hilarious web series The Drive
If you've missed the comical Divian Nair and Dee Kosh since they left radio, fret not, they're back.
The two guys are back on the radar in a brand new web series titled The Drive on their YouTube channel Storyteller Productions.
In the series - which has just three episodes thus far - the two former jocks are seen casually taking drives as they talk about the most random of topics.
But, trust us, it's bound to make you laugh.
In their inaugural episode, the two talk about whether they would watch their own birth video:
In another episode, the guys bravely play 'shoot shag and marry', a popular game where you come up with three names and decide which one you'd shoot, shag and marry.
Here's Nair talking about the The Drive in a chat with The New Paper:
What made you guys come up with The Drive?
"We were looking for something sustainable to produce and run with on a weekly basis for our channel Storyteller Productions.
"We tried few versions at a fixed location and we decided that it had to be a little more interesting.
"We considered filming with a green screen actually but it was too costly and time consuming. It came to a point where we were almost going to give up on the drive home then we realised that if we just shot in the car with a go pro it would solve the problem.
"So it was a last minute thing. Another thing that we focused on, if you notice, is that the entire clip is done in one take. It's a lot harder and takes more effort but it's different from the multiple cut format other vloggers use."
Now that you and Dee Kosh are free of radio, will you be looking to do more web series like this?
"You will definitely see more series and short films coming up from next month onwards."
On The Drive, you guys don't bother about boundaries which makes it quite fun to watch because nobody expects what's coming next. How far do you see yourselves breaking boundaries?
"We actually do have boundaries for the show. We want to appeal to as wide an audience as possible so we won't push it to the to the point it becomes crass."
What can we expect on upcoming episodes of The Drive?
"I think you can expect guests on the show, more introspective topics that speak truth and more celebrity whacks."