October 7, 2021
Dion, Dave Clacton, Reg Tankwater, Shane [REDACTED], Niles Nyquist, Jason Statham and The Pikelet Man are all in attendance for the jam-packed fiftieth episode.
September 2, 2021
Colin Holcroft is vaccine-hesitant, Barry Football apologises for his racist attack on Tony, and Jeff Goldblum recalls his last appearance on Australian TV.
August 5, 2021
Shane [REDACTED] has a theory about the mouse plague, The Pikelet Man launches a ‘strategic attack’, and Tony catches up with conservative commentator Simon Haight.
July 1, 2021
Dave Clacton proves that Covid can’t kill comedy, Reg Tankwater is angry about triangles, and legendary film director William Friedkin takes us behind the scenes of 'To Live and Die in L.A'.
June 3, 2021
Shane [REDACTED] has lockdown sussed, The Pikelet Man is in the doghouse, Niles Nyquist can’t remember why he called in, and Dion meets Jason Statham.
March 4, 2021
Dion is in quarantine, The Pikelet Man is taking care of business, Reg Tankwater is anti-vaccine, and there’s a somewhat misleading song.
February 3, 2021
The first new episode in quite a while is chocked with implausible theories, foolish ideas and bad advice. Callers include Colin Holcroft, Dave Clacton and Shane [REDACTED].
June 10, 2020
Offensive tweets, lockdown frustration and coronaspiracies galore, with Niles Nyquist, Shane [REDACTED], Simon Haight and The Pikelet Man on the line from their respective bunkers.
April 12, 2020
Intended merely as a compilation of those David Panic reports from our YouTube channel, this Covid-19-themed episode is gatecrashed by some of our regular callers.
November 28, 2019
WARNING: If you’re looking for our season finale, it’s the one before this – Ep 39. This is the last in our series of ‘unplugged’ episodes. No callers, songs or strange noises, just Tony prattling on about movies from 1983, and reading his story ‘In a Tree’.
November 14, 2019
In the supersized 2019 season finale, all our favourite callers and guests are on board, along with Damian Cowell’s Disco Machine, a Pete Smith cameo, and, of course, Tony and Matt have done a song.
October 31, 2019
WARNING: Another bonus ‘unplugged’ episode with none of the usual carry-on. Instead, Tony recalls every movie he saw in 1982, and reads his story ‘Optimus Schmoptimus’.
October 16, 2019
The Pikelet Man has been on ‘Computer Box’, Simon Haight is mad for ‘ScoMo’, Reg Tankwater is fed up with ‘Greta bloody Thunberg’, and Dave Clacton reports from ‘Barry Dickbag’s Metalfest’.
October 3, 2019
WARNING: Another one of these ‘unplugged’ episodes. No callers, just Tony crapping on about every movie he saw in 1981, and reading his story ‘Irresponsible Journalism’.
September 19, 2019
There’s trouble at Podworx, Dion is back in custody, ‘Shane Magazines’ has a new name, Ian Teale has a keen eye, and Colin Holcroft returns from Sexyland.
September 5, 2019
WARNING: Not a proper episode of ‘Sizzletown’, which has now gone monthly. Just Tony rambling on about movies, and reading his story ‘The Dark Knight Triumphant in Classic Cooney Farce’.
August 22, 2019
The Pikelet Man pitches a ‘moving picture’, Fisher Stevens (not that one) is working with ‘Chinese interests’, and Tony makes yet another call to William Friedkin, director of ‘The Exorcist’.
August 8, 2019
Dion & Higgins are ‘Gongside’, Niles helps his neighbour with a drug problem, and Tony calls Peter Meager to find out why he got the boot from the MTC.
July 25, 2019
Conrad has a win, Neil has a find, Heathcote Shiraz has the identity of the lift bomber, and Tony has to call Bryan Lyons back, due to popular, if misguided, demand.
July 11, 2019
Dion is pursued by cops at Wodonga Maccas, The Pikelet Man tips a bucket on his internet rivals, and Dave Clacton unveils an offensive new concept at The Busted Nut.
June 27, 2019
Colin Holcroft has a new leisure destination, 'Shane Door' has a new name, Giles Baratheon has a new ending for ‘Game of Thrones’, and Simon Haight has a new hero.
June 13, 2019
Dion and Higgins embark on a road trip, Harold Bitumen has news of another financial opportunity, and someone is re-editing Pauline Hanson’s interviews.
May 30, 2019
The Pikelet Man is unimpressed by the cat from ‘Pet Sematary’, Conrad considers going on ‘MAFS’, and Dick Roundabout has a new office in a poorly chosen location.
May 16, 2019
Dave Clacton puts his tax problems behind him, Ian Teale has a thing about keys, and Tony makes another call to William Friedkin, director of ‘The Exorcist’.
May 2, 2019
Dion has gone ‘fully crypto’, Rodney Pyles attempts to explain ‘On the Buses’, and Tony calls a restaurateur who’s fed up with his own customers.
April 18, 2019
Niles Nyquist has a gang problem, Barry Football apologises for his latest sex video, and Tony hosts an episode of ‘Escape From the City’.
April 4, 2019
The manager of Spotify is still confused, Dion is low on ideas, and Tony again consults conservative commentator Simon Haight.
March 21, 2019
Colin Holcroft visits Windscreen World, The Pikelet Man issues a warning, and Tony tracks down one half of nineties radio superduo Tum & Phul.
March 7, 2019
Dion has the good news about global warming, Barry Football apologises again, and Tony talks to Oscar-nominee Willem Dafoe about his long career.
February 21, 2019
Conrad has undertaken a dangerous challenge, ‘Shane Curtains’ has a new name, and Tony speaks to Peter Meager about his bold vision for Australian theatre.
February 7, 2019
In the first show for 2019, Niles and Dion have news, The Pikelet Man has a new enemy, and Matt has a much wider range of sound effects.
December 6, 2018
Dion, Dave Clacton and The Pikelet Man are all on board for the 2018 season finale, and yes, Tony and Matt have done a song.
November 22, 2018
Niles Nyquist is on the lookout for African gangs, ‘Shane Table’ has a new name, and Tony gets a bollocking from the Podcast Diversity Council’s David Smallwood.
November 8, 2018
Conrad is attempting to capitalise on his ‘fame’, Dion is under house arrest, and Tony again calls William Friedkin, director of 'The Exorcist'.
October 25, 2018
The Pikelet Man calls the police, Barry Football apologises, and Tony is drawn into legal matters involving both Dion and Colin Holcroft.
October 10, 2018
Dave Clacton goes ‘femmo’, Matt does a dodgy dolphin deal, and Tony talks to Jason Statham about his follow-up to ‘The Meg’.
September 27, 2018
The Pikelet Man is hungry, Dion is returning to court, Colin Holcroft talks immigration, and Tony convinces David Lynch to create an ad for the show.
September 13, 2018
Niles Nyquist calls back, Theo has forgotten his topic, and Tony talks to conservative commentator Simon Haight.
August 30, 2018
Dion reveals his latest money-making scheme, everyone wants ‘feedback’, and Tony again calls publishing industry guru Peter Meager.
August 16, 2018
Conrad isn’t happy, ‘Shane Couch’ has a new name, The Pikelet Man has many enemies, and Tony talks to snooker commentator Les Cleary.
August 2, 2018
Dion poses as a ‘Docklands entrepreneur’, it’s Matt versus the Volcano, and Tony calls Jack Nicholson to find out why he’s emerging from retirement.
July 19, 2018
Dave Clacton and Colin Holcroft are back, Matt perfects the Cat Translator, and Tony serenades 2018’s most notorious Australian.
July 5, 2018
Reg from Eaglemont phones in, Dion floats several new ideas, and Tony again calls master filmmaker William Friedkin.
June 21, 2018
An episode beset with dolphin trouble. Niles has been ‘in the studio’, and Tony talks to one of the stars of Stanley Kubrick’s ‘2001’.
June 7, 2018
The recording is hampered by possums, Dion and Dave Clacton phone in, and Tony calls David Bowie’s brother.
May 24, 2018
Recording the show in a parked car proves to be misguided, Conrad is back, and Tony calls the production office of ‘The Doctor Blake Mysteries’.
May 10, 2018
A rooftop broadcast adds very little, Dion has ‘issues pending’, and Tony calls Jason Statham to try to get him to say ‘Megalodon’.
April 26, 2018
Shifting locations does nothing to improve the quality of the callers. Tony attempts to class things up by calling the editor of the Australian Review of Books, Peter Meager.
April 13, 2018
The first batch of callers seem genuinely confused by the show, and who can blame them? Tony attempts to salvage things by calling legendary film director William Friedkin.