December 10th, 2011
Episode 30 of 76 episodes
Stew goes on a magical, epic journey reminiscent of The Wizard of Oz, except this voyage is to the local tip following a monumental party. Stew and Leapster provide rare insight into the work and mind of Nick Cave, revealing such unreleased Cave albums as Tears for Plato, Death Comes Pronto in Toronto, and Appetite for Dysfunction, plus exclusive unheard Nick Cave lyrics that they wrote just before the show. Also, Larry has an experience in a bank that he summarises as No Service Detectable, and Stew confuses roofs with ceilings, then confuses himself by trying to paint one of them, and winds up standing in the paint. Penultimate gibberish, in the sense that this is the second-last show of the year. CLASSIFICATION WARNING – Bulk swearing, including, and not for the first time, Stew accidentally saying something that sounds like a big kahuna swearing word while actually trying to say something relatively innocent. Plus the usual grubby-minded pants references, and all the usual digestive-tract related palaver you could possibly care to avoid.