A Current Affair (1971– )
Brian watches a promo for A Current Affair to be aired that night and sees that "living legend" Maurie Fields will be interviewed. Brian - "Can we have a living legend by tonight?" Emma - "We can't afford to let them set the agenda." Brain - "We can't afford to ignore them either. Geez they shit me!"
Mentioned several times throughout the episode.
Mentioned during the episode.
Mentioned by name when Eddie McGuire blames Tracy Grimshaw for the late start of the episode.
A question is asked about Gordon Ramsey's controversial appearance on the show.
Two clips of episodes from this title, one with a report on an incident involving rugby league player John Hopoate, the other with a report on the assault of figure skater Nancy Kerrigan, are used
Clips from two episodes of this title, one about the Paxton family in 1996 and another about the Scott Muller "Can't bowl, can't throw" controversy in 1999, are used
Clips from a 1993 episode in which Mike Willesee asks John Hewson if he would pay more or less for a birthday cake under a goods and services tax shown in a segment on John's unplanned response.
Some clips from an episode of this title with a story on diets is shown when they are the subject of a segment.
A clip of Sinéad O'Connor being interviewed on a 1992 episode of this title following her Saturday Night Live appearance is shown in a segment on the song Nothing Compares 2 U.
A clip of Ray Martin interviewing Kerry Packer on an episode of this title following Kerry's near-death experience is shown in a segment on death.
A clip from a 2007 episode of this title reporting on the sacking of Lisa Robertson is shown in a segment on her affair with Ralph Fiennes.
Clips shown in a segment on the Chaser team gatecrashing the APEC summit in Sydney.
Clips of a 2006 interview with Bindi Irwin are shown when she is the subject of a segment.
Clips shown when the How Do You Sell segment looks at Magda Szubanski's advertisements for Jenny Craig and the deal she struck with A Current Affair.
Clip from a 2007 episode shown in a segment on Mel Gibson.
Clips from a 1993 episode shown in a segment on Cindy Crawford.
Clips shown in a segment on Maria Sharapova.
Clip of Ray Graham's dog impersonation shown in the Gary Coleman Medal segment.
Clips shown in a segment on The 12th Man.
Clip of John Hewson trying to explain whether a cake would cost more or less under a GST from a 1993 episode shown during a discussion on politicians' awkward moments.
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Clips shown when the Going For Gold segment looks at choked-up athlete press conferences.
Clips of people's responses to an article Gina Rinehart wrote in the Australian Resources & Investment magazine in which she suggested that Australians spend less time drinking or smoking and socialising and more time working shown in The Image Renovators segment.