Gee: I wonder why there is Harry Hill: a former doctor (whilst not a practicing physician today, he can still legally write prescriptions) who made it big on TV, purely via his surreal humour...?!
And why Dara O'Briain - who not only presented "Robot Wars", but is the presenter of the satirical comedy panel game "Mock The Week" - is known as the smartest comedian in the world, as he has a degree in Theoretical Physics...?!
Morecambe & Wise: from the late 1960s throughout the 1970s, their Saturday evening shows were required viewing: and their Xmas Day Specials guaranteed half of the British population watching such on BBC1. Meanwhile, Bernard Manning: never reached their lofty heights, was reduced to doing his stand-up routines in his own club, and died in obscurity. Meanwhile, in the 1980s: "Not the Nine O'clock News", "The Young Ones", "Blackadder" etc.
Gee: I wonder which of those two comedy acts were acknowledged as the basis of the very politically correct 'Alternative Comedy' era - by those involved in such - in the 1980s. Thus the likes of Hill & O'Briain to this day who aren't reduced to the kind of 'jokes' Manning dredged up; just like yours: bigoted.
Or why a former medical doctor still has his career on TV: and why you're not as big - certainly appearing on - "Saturday Night Live": that which is required viewing on US TV to this day, 'Doc'...?!