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Title Randling : 4 Of 27 - Ep 14 of 27 / Director: Fitzgerald, Mark.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2012 August 01 at 21:15:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2012.

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Physical description 1 streaming video file (28 min. 45 sec.) ; 173822039 bytes
Summary *Coarse Language* This week on Randling, a player's shocking admission about performance-enhancing drugs kicks off a night of fun, frivolity and high-wire tension. The West Coast Odd Sox and Bette Davis Cup Squad - Jonathan Biggins, David Marr, Annabel Crabb and Merrick Watts - battle each other and themselves as they try to tell the difference between baby names and IKEA products. Other things to look out for include: the casual character assassination of Jamie Oliver and Rupert Murdoch, David and Jonathan demonstrating the Maroubra stomp and the catchy phrase: 'How long have you two guys been married?' Randling, created for ABC1 by Andrew Denton and Jon Casimir, the gentlemen behind The Gruen Transfer, is a game show that hearkens back to the good old days when a point was a point and a team was something worth barracking for. Using sporting competition as inspiration and framework, Randling pits ten amazing teams against each other over 27 rounds of bone-crunching combat. All of it hurtling towards the 2012 Randling Grand Final and the presentation of a trophy which has cost the ABC so much cash that from next year, Four Corners will be Three Corners And A Gap. White-water rafting for the brain, Randling is a show where smart people can be funny and funny people can be smart, where actual knowledge may help you, but just as likely won't. It's a cheeky, surprising show that allows Mr Denton to live up to his hosting motto: "I'm Andrew and I'm not here to help". PRODUCTION DETAILS: ABC Executive Producer is Sophia Zachariou, Executive Producer is Andrew Denton, Series Producer is Jon Casimir.
Audience Classification M ACMA.
Other author Fitzgerald, Mark, director.
Denton, Andrew, host.
Biggins, Jonathan, contributor.
Crabb, Annabel, contributor.
Marr, David, contributor.
Watts, Merrick, contributor.
Subject Brand name products.
Competition.
Contests -- Psychological aspects.
Names, Personal.
Questions and answers.
Television quiz shows.
Comedy.