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In the closing credits of the 2nd season finale (27 November 2001), the following were jumbled in with the rest of the credits: Dear Santa, I want world peace. From Rove Dear Santa, I want chocolate. From Corinne Dear Santa, I want a Bruce Samazan doll. From Pete Dear Santa, forget world peace, I want a monkey. From Rove Dear Santa, LOTS of chocolate. From Corinne Dear Santa, your name rhymes with 'fanta'. From Pete Dear Santa, I want them to shut up and get off the air. From Sandra Sully See more »
The last comment was in 2001, when i think this show was still on channel 9 and has lost Dave Callan. Rove's show has gotten much better with way more guests, like famous actors, comedians and even a few play writes over the years.
Most recently he has been campaigning to persuade the prime minister to join the show for one Tuesday night, even venturing to his house with scones and a special rove[live] mug for him. Random people from the street have been asking the PM to give rove a call.
Most of the segments are the same such as "What The...?" plus new ones have been added, like "2 minutes at your house" where a camera crew go to the house of a rove live listener to have a chat.
All in All age seems to be helping this show along a lot, especially with roves new national free sauce day, which i fully support!
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