In Episode Thirty Five, Peter and Bec are joined by writer Brodie Lancaster to discuss all things reality TV. They share their earliest obsessions with reality television and their Big Brother memories, before launching into a recap of Channel 7’s Big Brother reboot. Then it’s onto three shows they’ve binged in lockdown: Real Housewives of New York, Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Selling Sunset. Plus: hosting exchange students, guarding statues and a hotly-contested but poorly-planned game of Housebound Housewives.
In Episode Thirty Four, Peter and Bec watch the 2001 Farrelly Brothers comedy ‘Shallow Hal’ – the post-9/11 film which healed the world! Gorge yourself on this positively body-positive romantic romp, which proves it’s what’s on the inside that counts and women are desperate. Who hated it? Who had a cack and cried? Who is Tony Robbins and is he a genie? Plus: Bec’s special Easter gift, Martha Stewart’s drunk Instagram comments, toe and tail talk and a dazzling new impression debuts!
In Episode Thirty Three, Peter and Bec are forced to record their podcast to delight and entertain the masses through the period of global quarantine and self-isolation. How are they coping? What are they watching? Who misses the human touch and whose life has been largely unaffected by the lockdown? Grab your sack of dried pulses, your bag of plain flour and your pack of Quilton and settle in for an hour of grim anecdotes, contrarian takes and sub-par impressions. And remember: nothing matters.
In Episode Thirty Two, following the extensive letter-writing campaign, Peter and Bec finally discuss RELIGION. Who is God? Why? And How? Upsetting church-related anecdotes, sordid youth group tales and all the big questions you ponder late into the night semi-answered. Plus: Hotels vs Motels, rude interruptions, the Carlisle/Gunn theory and a lively Endgame of ‘Chris or Cross for Christ’.