November 25th, 2011
Episode 28 of 76 episodes
Stew champions the cause of beetroot and invents something called the bum sandwich. Larry suggests that Kyle Sandilands can be used to successfully remove toxic nuclear waste, by tying him to it and firing it into space. Stew does what sounds like some overdue tidying up at home and discovers a second bedroom, while Larry explains that household cleaning is basically unnecessary. There is also much unnecessary and incoherent singing, during which Stew invents a new house cleaning song, which is only three words long and sounds suspiciously like an old John Paul Young tune. CLASSIFICATION WARNING – Contains at least the usual amount of swearing and trouser references, plus poor singing, and general gibberish.
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