April 28th, 2012
Episode 44 of 76 episodes
Stew goes to a big rock show and almost lives to tell the tale, and, in a separate event, has a particularly memorable night’s DJ-ing, so it’s just as well Larry was there to remember it, since Stew’s recounting of the evening in question is kind of sketchy. Plus Leapster tees off on Nicole Kidman becoming a late-blooming movie vamp and Matthew Newton terrorising America, an old woman (not Nicole Kidman) becomes trapped in an ATM, Copernicus does mother-in-law jokes, and Les Darcy knocks out the Archbishop of Canterbury. All in the new widescreen gibberish format. CLASSIFICATION WARNING – Even the parts of the show that aren’t usually foul-mouthed are pretty rank this time around. No decent human beings should probably listen at all.
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