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The show starts, or does it, with a lack of cast apparently due to new IR reforms. The boys return, and so do the missing Sierra Leone athletes. The French do protests much better than Australians, on a similar topic. Craig hits the streets in attempt to 'French up' Australian protest tactics. Julian seeks out those who may be interested in naming rights for the next tropical cyclone. Chas tries to get people to take the Nappisan challenge. Chris gets all riled up about waiters and their cracked pepper, and take it to the streets. Chris and Julian discuss the news. Charles Firth investigates the Yale Skull and Bones society. Chas takes up a second job, as a painted statue and the show ends with Andrew singing about the unfortunate situation of end of show singers.

Segments from this week include: Pursuit Trivia, Scenes from the Life of the Crazy Warehouse Guy, The Ad Road Test, and In Other News...




Episode Info


Episode number: 1x7
Airdate: Friday March 31st, 2006


Alternate Airdates:

UK (BBC FOUR) Aug 04, 2009

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