Host Adam Hills began a segment by outlining a major misconception held by much of the UK public.
He said: "There was a survey towards the end of the referendum that found most British people vastly overestimate the amount of migrants in the UK.
"The average person in Britain thinks that 15% of the UK population are migrants but the actual number if 5%."
Immigration was a fundamental issue in the lead up to the referendum with criticism against both sides for making the debate increasingly xenophobic as it went on.
After the vote there was a spike in reported hate crimes across the country with multiple incidents across the country.
Hills had a rather blunt assessment of those committing such acts.
He said: "If you're distributing racist material you're being a dick.
"If you're painting graffiti on a cultural centre you're being a dick.
"And if you're telling a second generation Indian woman who was born in England and whose parents come from a country that isn't even in the EU that she should go back to where she came from, you're being a wilfully ignorant, geographically illiterate, blindly intolerant ballbag."