Big week of comebacks as Kushagra returns, TCB Debate returns and my dad returns. Kushagra opens the episode with one of his trademark rants about something inconsequential - this time it’s religious education. Rohit then discusses his favourite past time and apparent schoolyard epidemic, vaping.
We discuss other school trends that we’ve witnessed and experienced, with the usual suspects of Yu-Gi-Oh, Pokémon and Tazos being tossed up. We also mention using TAFE accounts and teacher accounts to illegally access restricted websites while at school.
St. Patrick’s Day was last week, so the Critical Banter boys celebrate in the least Irish way possible - by having a completely sober quiz about Ireland. Sen tests the lads knowledge on all things Ireland, including Irish society, culture, celebrities and even tricky Irish names. Most disturbingly, we discover that Kushagra is in desperate need of Geography lessons.
TCB Debate is back and this week we cover a whole range of topics. We begin as Kushagra and Rohit go back and forth on the pros and cons of the Purge, then Kushagra goes on a passionate rant about Genesis 2:24 as Miguel decides not to get cancelled, before we end with some slam poetry from Rohit that would put Jonah Hill to shame.
Also this week: Primary school Godfathers, Qui Gon-Jinn, vehicle prostitution and Bible verses.
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.
Luck of the Irish: To celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, the boys partake in a quiz all about Ireland.
TCB Debate: Inspired by the Presidential debates, the boys decide to argue like old men without the interrupting.