We have a major scoop this week as Friend Of The Show and leader of the Apex Gang Matt Brady joins us to talk about the gang’s latest hijinks. We discuss how the Apex Gang is covered in the news, Nelly Yoa and Pixelated Boat’s Gorilla Channel.
We’re back baby! The crew is all on deck for New Years resolutions, a reading of a truly moronic column by Piers Ackerman, the steel-trap logic of Andrew Bolt, another tale from the archives of Warnie and of course, your letters.
It’s the last show of the year and we’re wrapping it up with coverage of Australia’s traditional War On Christmas. This year’s biggest battle takes place between Senators Eric Abetz and Nick McKim with supporting appearances by Treasurer Scott Morrison and prominent ANTIFA blogger Andrew Bolt.
Andrew, Lucy and Theo are all politely shaking hands over the legalisation of same sex marriage. We also have several suggestions for the head of the Australian Christian Lobby.
Clearly Sam Dastyari knew we were going to have a segment about him because he has announced his resignation the day before release, like a coward.
We’re also checking in on the world’s foremost American Pie enthusiast in the latest edition of Wide World Of Where’s Warnie.
Folks, it is with regret that we must announce that tedious edgelord Milo is back in town. We dig into a question from a listener about why Milo receives so much attention from Australian media and the larger question of how he should be covered or if he should be covered at all. We also introduce our new segment “Nature Corner”, apparently. We also cover Andrew Bolt’s recent conversion to Wokeness.
We’re back from our accidental hiatus and we’ve got a lot to catch up on: The postal vote! The Queensland election! Mark Latham’s defamation case! The Streets boycott! The Hottest 100! And of course, some questions from our audience.
The crew is here for a whirlwind round of updates on the weird political happenings of the week, from One Nation sex shop ownership to the true nature of the Banh Mi. Plus another edition of the Wide World of Where’s Warnie! (Now with theme song)
In the inaugural edition of the Dipshit Dossier, Andrew and Ben take a stroll through the most abominable takes of one of News Corp’s most loathsome columnists: Miranda Devine.
Thanks to our listeners for helping us remember the overwhelming number of times Miranda said something monumentally misguided on the public stage.
Lucy’s back from the small island community of “Europe” which means it’s time to watch her favourite movie: 2004’s White Chicks. This here’s a taste of what you can expect.
It’s available on Netflix and all you gotta do is queue up the movie, wait til we say 3 2 1 GO NOW and hit play. We’ll take care of the rest (“the rest” is offering commentary on how many times Marlon Wayans’ lactose intolerance will serve as a major plot point in the movie).