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Thanks for the good times Desus and Mero.
SBS Guide

29 Jun 2018 - 4:41 PM  UPDATED 29 Jun 2018 - 4:41 PM

They've been there for us when we've needed them. In the dead of the night, looking for a reprieve from home shopping and the temptation to play Fortitude, you've been able to find the one damn thing that has kept us sane in the wee hours. Desus and Mero have enlivened our TV's (and phones if you've been one of the savvy viewers to find their show fast-tracked every afternoon to SBS On Demand), but, alas, only for one more time.

Today we bid farewell to Desus and Mero. They'll continue to light up [our screens] late at night on SBS for a couple more nights to come, but the final episode has now landed at SBS On Demand where you can watch them say goodbye with their pals Mike Francesa, Crissle, Charlamagne tha God, and Vashtie.

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