In the final episode of the year, the girls tackle people that mispronouce words, calm Lise's fears about her upcoming Tonsillectomy, and talk to Tim Robards about the one exercise you should do (if you're only going to do one exercise).
This week, the girls celebrate the 20th anniversary of Titanic (the film, not the ship), in the only way they know how: by sitting in a pool of ice at the risk of hypothermia. Plus, Lise and Sarah kick off the festive season by asking "what is the worst excuse for a christmas tree you've put up?" and reveal their exclusive Vent Calendar for all of those who want to keep the magic of christmas whilst letting off some steam.
This week, the girls do some sleuthing to find out if pets can fake illnesses for attention, if dates on food packaging are hard rules or rough guidelines, and talk to Youth Expert Bec Sparrow about schoolies survival tips.
In this menagerie-filled podcast, we find out if Sarah is more famous than Nathan the Beach Cat, Lise has to convince her husband that buying goats off Gumtree isn't a good idea (or is it?), and the girls ask: "what did you lie about as a kid?" (not the goat type of kid).
This week, Lise recounts her romantic date (and the animal attack that almost happened on it), Sarah gets a grilling from her mother about her new haircut, and the girls interview Senior Seargent Marcus Cryer about his experiences with Brisbane watchhouses and the being in the new Australian Documentary Keeping Australia Safe. All this, plus Game of Suburbs, Triggered, and more.
This week, the girls debate halloween in Australia, talk with Australian Financial Review's John Swtensholt about the the patterns amongst the richest Australian's under 40 years old, and answer the age old question: on planes, aisle seat or window?
This week, the girls ask the important questions like "have you ever punched a spider?", "is it moving feast or moving beast?", "can we get a job in the crew of a French Reality TV show?". Answers to all this and so much more!
Lise has had a very difficult week - in what she describes as a "bod-pocalyse", the girls share accidental texts that they've accidentally sent and recieved, and Sarah shares a touching tribute of a woman and the cleaner who not only cleans houses but hearts too.
This week, the girls anticipate an upcoming highschool reunion, find out what things people have found through dumpster diving, and talk to Sam Cawthorn to hear about his amazing story of survival and success. All this plus Game of Suburbs, Triggered, and much more.
This Week, the girls have Brisbane Festival's Riverfire on the mind with interviews from Pyrotechnician Fortunato Foti and Growler Pilot Steven Hall. Nerdy McNerd continues in unexpected ways and Brisbanes weirdest notes from neighbours are uncovered. Plus, the Sarah and Lise give the X-Files theme the much needed lyrical update it needed.
This week, the girls catch up with Tim Nelson and Sam Netterfield from Cub Sport to talk about their music and their engagement, Lise's husband - Dane - is dreaming if he thinks he's buying a Compound Bow (or is he?), and Sarah brings back Nerdy McNerd with another exciting twist. Plus, Game of Suburbs, Triggered, and more!
This week, the girls check out behind-the-scenes of Limbo at Brisbane Festival,, hear about people taking Pay It Forward to new heights, and Sarah unleases a Nerdy McNerd surprise (much to Lise's dismay). Plus Game of Suburbs, Triggered, and more!
This week, the girls ask "when have you paid it forward?", "How often do you change your bed sheets?", and talk to Prof. Darryl Jones about the best way to handle Magpies this Magpie Season. Plus: a hearty dose of Game of Suburbs, Triggered, and more!
This week, the girls unpack the best of Father's Day presents, find the best of Brisbane's commercial stars, and Sarah's favourite segment - Nerdy McNerd - makes a comeback (much to Lise's dismay). Plus, the girls tackle the new Taylor Swift song!
This week, the girls interview John Stainton, co-founder of Eat Street Markets Brisbane, review Google Home with the kids, and debate if describing someone's body as "like a back road" is a compliment or not. All this plus Game of Suburbs, Triggered, and more!
This week, the girls learn of some of the hidden histories of Brisbane Houses, get medievil medical with Lise's mystery lump, and Sarah faces a mousey problem with unexpected consequences. Also, interviews with Keiran Murphy from Cash Full Stop, and Jamie Durie (kind of), plus more!
This week, Those Two Girls get a tad jealous of other peoples cool jobs, are in complete awe of Brisbanites who've had to unexpectedly deliver a strangers baby, and have an important discussion with Share the Dignity who work towards ensuring at-risk women have access to the sanitary items they need.