Pete Douglas looks on in slack-jawed bemusement at the latest song from dad-pop band Train, and wonders whether the band are serious or a brilliant troll.
Pete Douglas recoils in horror at the cover of the new Metallica record, placing it top of his worst album covers ever chart.
Pete Douglas seeks to find some light in the dark as we near the end of a horrific year, lining up some incredible TV women who have risen above the Worst Men Ever.
Pete Douglas holds his nose and dives into the YouTube sewer to find some more stellar examples of Donald Trump being terrible on The Apprentice.
Before the new season of Funny Girls premieres with Madeleine Sami at the directorial helm, Pete Douglas revisits the characters from her brilliant local comedy Super City.
In the stunning close to Hosking Week, Pete Douglas goes on a desperate, seemingly fruitless, but ultimately cathartic search for The Hosk's true feelings about pop icon Taylor Swift.
Pete Douglas delves into his complicated relationship with Mike Hosking, and interviews his Dad about the family connection which haunts him to this day.
Pete Douglas looks at two of the great capitalists of modern times and wonders if they would get along like a house on fire IRL.
Pete Douglas revisits an original Dawson’s Creek drinking game he helped invent in the late 90's to see how it stacks up today.