May
25

FONUS- ITWTATB 7: Mission To Moscow

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T-Bagger Justin Hobson continues his gritty reboot of the TOFOP back catalogue. This is the “best of” episodes 61-70. May contain bad rhyming, inappropriate children’s entertainment, celebrity spit, pumpkin heads, humming, easter eggs, bad celebrity head, crime-fighting kids, tabboo topics, stoner daleks and quantity.

May
24

FOFOP #114- I Can’t Believe It’s Not Batter

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Wil is joined by Dave Anthony to discuss unhappy little vegemites, how soylent batter is people, bringing a black guy to a game, planning the perfect murder, and the joy of kids killing other kids.

May
21

FOFOP #113- Hamm Solo

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Wil is joined by Justin Hamilton to discuss alleged awards, saying seeya to the c-word, 6 degrees of Oprah, Future Ferris, non-catchy catchphrases, why friends don’t let friends write Friends fan fiction and why Darren Aronofsky had no-ah new ideas.

May
17

FOFOP #112- Is This Thing On?

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Wil is joined by Dave Hughes to discuss showing love through hate, the joys of your first day, comedic conversations with cabbies, the joy of being retrospectively witty, labelling leftists and the downside of the dole.

May
13

FOFOP #111- Ring vs Bang

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Wil is joined by Matt Kirshen to discuss Willian (in the name of), working for donuts, time-travelling through podcasts, beards and blackboards, and try to put their finger on some cunning linguistic differences.

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