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Mick and Bobbo discuss the game of the season. Bobbo meets a man who has been locked up since the ’89 Grand Final. The boys investigate the new craze in music and the arts. They share some bold ideas about incorporating Rugby League into song. And discover what Rugby League can learn from trends in live music.
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Mick and Bobbo revolutionise sky-to-plate eating. The boys find a way to hang out in Lang Park all weekend for free. Bobbo quizzes Mick about what is going wrong in Penrith and opens up a festering wound.
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Bobbo and Mick launch a consortium of ordinary Rugby League fans to outbid the Roosters for Latrell Mitchell and integrate him into our daily lives. Bobbo suggests a novel way to use the Israel Folau crisis to bring down the Parramatta Eels. The boys use cricket maths to spice up the way “double-headers” and “hat-tricks” are counted.
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Bobbo believes that Tyler Durden has joined the Brisbane Broncos and started some kind of club. Mick won't talk about it. Wu-Tang Clan member, Ghostface Killah, honours boom Broncos back, Kotoni Staggs. Bobbo tries to sell Mick a personalised Wagga Wagga
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Mick and Bobbo are joined by Jack Fulton, who explains the benefits of having a proper Rugby League name. The boys name a host of Australian suburbs after Rugby League players. Garlo realises that the most important pie ingredient is people.
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Recording on a Thursday, Bobbo tries to maintain order whilst Mick tries to watch the Penrith match. The pair take inspiration from Game Of Thrones and Married At First Sight to solve Queensland·s leadership conundrum. Later they dine on Tiger and Eel.
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Making Rugby League hipster again, Valentine Holmes, Trent Merrin & James Segeyaro sign to Newtown Jets, just in time for 'Sour Beer & Psych Rock' round at Henson Park. Mick and Bobbo also try their hand at making goal-kicking interesting. And is there a hairy beast on the loose in Penrith? Because something has been blocking the drains!
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Changes to private health cover slash NSW Blues' alternative therapy budget. Bobbo gets an opportunity with the Under-9s. Mick explains the share bike industry. Jack Fulton enters the kitchen.
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In light of poor ratings, the boys get racial. Taking a leaf from ‘Sky News After Dark’, Mick and Bobbo thin-wedge some hot-button water-cooler race-baiting blah blah paradigm zeitgeist. Then they starting name-dropping the stars of much better podcasts #davidgately #stevemascord #brettoaten. Jack Fulton almost forgets to put in his tips.
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This week Cooke & Cranny talk mostly about footy, Mick tips a smokey for 2019 highest tryscorer and suggests a merger between two clubs. Jack trails by 22 points in the tipping comp after one round.
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Cooke and Cranny return with the third series of Rugby League's premier paranormal podcast. The boys look back to 1993, lament the draconian rule changes of the tipping comp and realise that the answers they seek may be found in files marked 'X'.
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Mick and Bobbo reach the end of 2018 without meeting any of the KPIs set for them in their first full season. They proceed to congratulate each other for twenty minutes then ply themselves with recreational drugs and recreational meat pies.
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Bobbo discusses the meaning of the word 'mathematical'. Mick learns the most interesting thing about a bloke named Peter Dutton. The missing questions from the players' poll are revealed, including the players' vote for best Rugby League podcast.
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Mick discovers he has a connection to a known mystery man. Bobbo stuffs up and loses the episode of the year. The boys realise they are a similar age in Rugby League years.
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Mick and Bobbo discuss grief and death. Mick talks about life behind bars and reveals the content of his neck tattoo. Bobbo discovers Kiwi sashimi. The pair compare themselves to Bradman.
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Our hosts are drawn to the General Gordon Hotel by a mysterious figure who looks like Mick and thinks Bobbo needs a girlfriend. Taking the opportunity to turn the adventure into an outside broadcast, the boys find themselves enmeshed in the two biggest news stories of the week.
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Cooke and Cranny get hit by the Origin ratings slump and conspire to seek notoriety through manufactured outrage. Bobbo learns about toxic Manly-ness. Mick finds a practical use for Ed Hardy hooded sweatshirts.
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Andrew Voss accuses Brett Finch of dealing recreational drugs, new Roosters players learn about their divine right, Mick and Bobbo learn all about the new fads in sporting injuries & Bobbo cooks up a controversy
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Mick and Bobbo plan an audacious opening to the 2021 World Cup. A stick of gum from a packet of footy cards inspires Mick to theorise about Rugby League's journeys to the past, its extra-terrestrial future and the true nature of the Immortals.