Rank #1: Ep 20: The Podcast That Goes Wrong
Conrad has undertaken a dangerous challenge, ‘Shane Curtains’ has a new name, and Tony speaks to Peter Meager about his bold vision for Australian theatre.
Rank #2: Ep 19: Bento Box
In the first show for 2019, Niles and Dion have news, The Pikelet Man has a new enemy, and Matt has a much wider range of sound effects.
Rank #3: Ep 18: Hey Matty!
Dion, Dave Clacton and The Pikelet Man are all on board for the 2018 season finale, and yes, Tony and Matt have done a song.
Rank #4: Ep 17: Dub Version
Niles Nyquist is on the lookout for African gangs, ‘Shane Table’ has a new name, and Tony gets a bollocking from the Podcast Diversity Council’s David Smallwood.
Rank #5: Ep 16: Nut Butter Express
Conrad is attempting to capitalise on his ‘fame’, Dion is under house arrest, and Tony again calls William Friedkin, director of 'The Exorcist'.
Rank #6: Ep 15: Inappropriate Developments
The Pikelet Man calls the police, Barry Football apologises, and Tony is drawn into legal matters involving both Dion and Colin Holcroft.
Rank #7: Ep 14: Tongs for the Squeamish
Dave Clacton goes ‘femmo’, Matt does a dodgy dolphin deal, and Tony talks to Jason Statham about his follow-up to ‘The Meg’.
Rank #8: Ep 13: Nightbird
The Pikelet Man is hungry, Dion is returning to court, Colin Holcroft talks immigration, and Tony convinces David Lynch to create an ad for the show.
Rank #9: Ep 12: Sketch Happens
Niles Nyquist calls back, Theo has forgotten his topic, and Tony talks to conservative commentator Simon Haight.
Rank #10: Ep 11: Crapp’s Last Tape
Dion reveals his latest money-making scheme, everyone wants ‘feedback’, and Tony again calls publishing industry guru Peter Meager.
Rank #11: Ep 10: A Lowering Cloud Over the Stalls
Conrad isn’t happy, ‘Shane Couch’ has a new name, The Pikelet Man has many enemies, and Tony talks to snooker commentator Les Cleary.
Rank #12: Ep 9: Waiting for Carbo
Dion poses as a ‘Docklands entrepreneur’, it’s Matt versus the Volcano, and Tony calls Jack Nicholson to find out why he’s emerging from retirement.
Rank #13: Ep 8: The Pikelet Man
Dave Clacton and Colin Holcroft are back, Matt perfects the Cat Translator, and Tony serenades 2018’s most notorious Australian.
Rank #14: Ep 7: Nanobots!
Reg from Eaglemont phones in, Dion floats several new ideas, and Tony again calls master filmmaker William Friedkin.
Rank #15: Ep 6: This is Ashburton
An episode beset with dolphin trouble. Niles has been ‘in the studio’, and Tony talks to one of the stars of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001’.
Rank #16: Ep 5: Possum Bother
The recording is hampered by possums, Dion and Dave Clacton phone in, and Tony calls David Bowie’s brother.
Rank #17: Ep 4: Funnels
Recording the show in a parked car proves to be misguided, Conrad is back, and Tony calls the production office of ‘The Doctor Blake Mysteries’.
Rank #18: Ep 3: Previously on Harrow
A rooftop broadcast adds very little, Dion has ‘issues pending’, and Tony calls Jason Statham to try to get him to say ‘Megalodon’.
Rank #19: Ep 2: Bathmat Warehouse
Shifting locations does nothing to improve the quality of the callers. Tony attempts to class things up by calling the editor of the Australian Review of Books, Peter Meager.
Rank #20: Ep 1: What’s It Gonna Be?
The first batch of callers seem genuinely confused by the show, and who can blame them? Tony attempts to salvage things by calling legendary film director William Friedkin.