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Title Randling : 9 Of 27 - Ep 9 of 27 / Director: Fitzgerald, Mark.

Published Australia : ABC [broadcaster], 2012 June 27 at 20:30:00.
[Place of production not identified] : [Production company not identified], 2012.

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Summary *Coarse Language* This week on Randling, a battle for the hearts and minds of our nation's kids. How are our young ones meant to greet each other in the schoolyard every morning? With the trademark Fireballs' Fist Pump? Or the Thrusters' Thrust? As with many of life's most important questions, this one can only be sorted out with violence, a no-holds barred tussle between The Fitzroy Fireballs and The Northern Thrusters, Anthony Morgan and Dave O'Neil versus Wendy Harmer and Benjamin Law. You'll also get: more knowledge about space monkeys than you'll ever need, an explanation of the phrase 'iron my shoelaces' and a word of the week so beautiful it will reduce you to emotional rubble. 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.
Subject Contests.
Questions and answers.
Word games.
Television quiz shows.
Reality.
Variety.