July 23rd, 2011
Episode 10 of 76 episodes
Stew invents the term Wacky Wonk (without further explanation) and then largely loses control of his mouth throughout the programme. Leapster promotes a segment which he says upfront probably won’t be in the show today, and he’s right. Stew describes the conductor in classical music as Maestro Where You’re Throwing Your Arms around, and then insists that this is what the insiders call them. After Leapster mentions an internet reference to Jeff Fatt of The Wiggles which described him as a Chinese-Australian actor, Stew asks if he was born to Asian parents, at which point Leapster loses control and suggests Stew exclusively studies poop and then puts most of it into practise on the show. And a genealogical connection is suggested between Don Knotts and Mick Jagger. A panorama of unmitigated gibberish. CLASSIFICATION WARNING – No doubt the usual arsenal of foul language and below-the-belt references is brought to bear as usual. And some flavoursome talk of a ethno-cultural nature arises over a dispute concerning a Dutch singer named Taco.