The final episode of John Clarke's, Clark & Dawe has been released with the permission of his family and longtime friend and collaborator Bryan Dawe.
The sketch was filmed only 4 days before the famous comedian died while bushwalking in Victoria, and was previously unseen.
In the final, funny episode, Clarke plays a National Broadband Network employee discussing neologisms with Dawe.
"A neologism, Bryan, is simply a term, or a word, or a phrase which has come into the language fairly recently," Clarke says.
Dawe asks: "Like what?"
Clarke replies: "Well, 100 years ago the term psychology was very, very new."
"Is there a modern example?" Dawe asks.
Clarke replies: "A modern example from social media would be say something like Brangelina."
Since his passing, fellow actors, comedians and communities have paid tribute to one of the best satirists ever.