Another big week of news in the world and here is Critical Banter to cover absolutely none of it. Kushagra is off on walkabout this week, leaving Miguel, Rohit and Sen to their own devices. Rohit begins with yet another wallet update, this time providing us with a glimmer of hope. After hearing the magic wallet story, we discuss Trump’s pardons, Bernard Tomic’s missus and duck hunting.
It’s late January, which means millions of school kids around Australia will begrudgingly head back to school (or zoom) this week. To celebrate the return of school, Sen tests the boys' knowledge of things they should’ve learned in high school, in a series of quizzes we’re creatively calling “Back to School.” In this week’s first “Back to School” quiz, the boys are tested on their geography skills.
Finally this week, we once again the outcasts and weirdos of society in “Don in a Rare Unit.” This week we have some doozy’s, as we hear about rare behaviour from old cobbas at the gym, PDA and emancipation through murder.
Also this week: Parramatta, King Kyrgios, Dwayne Johnson, leaking arseholes and samurai swords.
Segments this week:
The Logue: Tired of reaching around each other (at least on the podcast), the boys have instead decided to reach around the week’s news stories, events and viral trends.
Back to School: To celebrate the beginning of a new academic year, the boys are put through their paces to determine if they still remember anything they were taught in high school.
Dob in a Rare Unit: Are you a rare unit? Is your family full of rare units? Are your mates rare units? Is your boyfriend/girlfriend/spouse a rare unit? If so, write into us and let us know the rarest thing they’ve done.