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Season 1

  • S01E01 Week 1

    • July 28, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: Catfish Noodling competition in Oklahoma and sleeping in public in NYC. R2-To-Do: Introduction of to-do list. Interviews: Taylor Swift and Neil Patrick Harris in studio.

  • S01E02 Week 2

    • August 4, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: Roller Derby in Arizona. Ultimate Wingman: Hamish attempts to paint Andy in a positive light for female passers-by. R2-To-Do: Attempt to acquire an NYPD three-wheeled "tough-mobile", and remind Hillary Clinton that she owes them a BBQ. Interviews: James Franco in his hotel room. 100-Second New York Lessond: Food

  • S01E03 Week 3

    • August 11, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: LARPing (live action role playing) in Washington and Street Golfing in NYC. R2-To-Do: Hamish acquires an NYPD three-wheeled tough mobile and jumps over the sacred Andy bobblehead with the vehicle in the factory basement. Ultimate Baby Wingman: Hamish pretends to be Andy's baby son in a stroller to attract compassionate females. 100-Second New York Lessond: Nightlife.

  • S01E04 Week 4

    • August 18, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: A 5-star dog hotel in Florida, and "New York Dreams", where Hamish & Andy fulfill dreams that have been sent in by viewers. R2-To-Do: The boys visit Hillary Clinton's hometown to remind her of the BBQ with an aeroplane and large banner. Cackling Jack protects the NYPD tough-mobile against two "thugs" sent by Hamish. Andy enters Hamish into the New York State Bodybuilding Championships. 100-Second New York Lessond: Broadway

  • S01E05 Week 5

    • August 25, 2011
    • Nine Network

    R2-To-Do: Hamish wins the Heavyweight division of the New York State Bodybuilding Championships. Hamish vs Andy: The boys compete in "Bin Racing" in Central Park. They must hide inside wheelie bins and wheel 60m without being seen moving by the public. Safari: A Lowriders' Club gathering in El Paso, Texas. Ultimate Gameshow Wingman: Hamish constructs a fake Australian dating show to lure in prospective dates for Andy. 100-Second New York Lessond: Secrets

  • S01E06 Week 6

    • September 1, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: A Wild West re-enactment for French tourists in California. R2-To-Do: "Operation Sausage Waft 2011" attempts to waft the smell of a BBQ in the direction of Hillary Clinton's residence. Interviews: Sarah Jessica Parker in her hotel room. Hamish vs Andy: "Mates Racing", where they have to invite the most number of strangers to lunch. 100-Second New York Lessond: Yellow Things.

  • S01E07 Week 7

    • September 8, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: Demolition Derby in Washington and the Asylum Film Studio (a studio that rips off blockbuster films) in NYC. Hamish vs Andy: "Stranger Racing", where balloons are attached to strangers and, unbeknownst to them, they are racing to cross the road. R2-To-Do: Hamish visits the Magic Castle in Los Angeles and books an audition to become a member. Interviews: Susan Sarandon visits the plastics factory and competes against Hamish in a trivia contest. 100-Second New York Lessond: Street Gangs.

  • S01E08 Week 8

    • September 15, 2011
    • Nine Network

    Safari: Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas and a meeting with private investigator Jay J. Armes in El Paso, Texas. R2-To-Do: The boys visit Kim Beazley at the Australian Embassy in Washington, D.C. to get him to pass on a BBQ message to Hillary Clinton. Hamish practices his magic tricks in NYC. Ultimate Magic Wingman: Hamish uses magic tricks to impress girls and introduce them to Andy. 100-Second New York Lessond: Shopping.

  • S01E09 Week 9

    • September 22, 2011
    • Nine Network

  • S01E10 Week 10

    • September 29, 2011
    • Nine Network

Season 2

  • S02E01 Episode One

    • June 14, 2012
    • Nine Network

    Hamish and Andy travel to Mostar, Bosnia, to jump off the 21-metre tall Old Bridge. They also buy a rabbit which they name "Lenny Rabbitz", and compete in "Rabbit Jumping", a self- explanatory sport from Sweden. Hamish vs Andy: Translation Racing: Players must ask random people on the streets of Rome questions (in Italian), fed to them through an earpiece. Most understood phrases wins.

  • S02E02 Episode Two

    • June 21, 2012
    • Nine Network

    The boys travel to Lapland (northern Scandiavia), to compete in reindeer racing. They also head out in London to be paparazzi for a day with a professional paparazzi called Jack. Later they crack open their homebrewed beer, Gap Byear, too early, and the beer hadn't even begun to ferment, due to "the freezing cold London summer" as Hamish puts it. Hamish Vs Andy: Hitchhike Racing: Players must hitch-hike as far as they can across Europe in 24 hours, starting in Frankfurt, Germany. They cannot pay or bribe potential lift-givers, though they can each send one "Hinder" to their opponent, to lower their chance of hitch-hiking.

  • S02E03 Episode Three

    • June 28, 2012
    • Nine Network

    Hamish and Andy go to Venice, where they pilot Gondolas for a day, Hamish also reveals he his one eighth Italian, and acts as if Venice is his hometown, despite occasionally speaking Spanish to their Gondolier instructor. They head to the Netherlands to see which one is the better butler, by going to the International Butler Academy. Hamish Vs Andy: Kiss Racing: Each player has one hour to get as many points for kissing random people on Parisian streets. One point is awarded for each kiss, and another point for each second the kiss is held.

  • S02E04 Episode Four

    • July 5, 2012
    • Nine Network

    The boys go to Bavaria to compete in "Finger Pulling", a sport in which string is tied to each player's middle finger and they try to pull the other player's hand over a center line. Hamish pulls the short straw and must compete, and is unnerved after meeting a man who lost his finger in a game of finger pulling. In Russia, they go to a fighter pilot training centre and where they are taught how to eject, and not to f****ng touch anything once inside the plane, but before that they must go to a preparation sauna with other trainees. Ultimate Wingman returns, and they spend a day fulfilling other people's London dreams which are sent in and drawn from a pillowcase.

  • S02E05 Episode Five

    • July 12, 2012
    • Nine Network

    Hamish and Andy go to Catalonia to be part of Los Torres Humanas, but Hamish finds out there is a snail festival happening at the same time and joins that instead and he competes in a biscuit eating contest, which he wins, and spends most of the day drinking. In Paris they go into the catacombs where Andy tries to leave Hamish behind. They also try to ride a stage of the Tour de France with Australian cyclist Cadel Evans, but he was "too busy", so instead they decide to go from Gibraltar to Morocco on an aqua trike. Hamish Vs Andy: Life size "Guess Who?": The same as regular Guess Who?, but with 12 sets of twins.

  • S02E06 Episode Six

    • July 19, 2012
    • Nine Network

    In Germany, they compete in "Bus Pulling" where teams of men pull a roadcoach over 30 metres, with some teams managing to do it in around 20 seconds. In Sicily, they try to sell more fish than each other in an hour. The boys head to France, where Hamish has the goal of buying a rollersuit, but after a disastrous trial run, Andy forbids Hamish from buying one. They also go to Gibraltar and set off on their aqua bike to Morocco, fueled by a Red Bull rip-off made by Hamish the night before, which was water with "every performance-enhancing vitamin in the store", Hamish also keeps a "captain's log" during the voyage.

  • S02E07 Episode Seven

    • July 26, 2012
    • Nine Network

    Australian Olympic athletes are the audience in the Lord Stanley for the filming of the episode. The boys go to Russia and act in Russian "cat theatre", a circus-type event involving cats. During the episode's filming, a torch, which was a model galah lit on fire (a flaming galah), was run from a Walkabout pub in London to light the Lord Stanley's fireplace. They head to Prague for some synchronized swimming, and run "vigorous psychological tests" on Australia's best Olympians.