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Garry, James and Sam celebrate 500 episodes by counting down the top 5 favourite moments of all time and looking at highlights from the Almost Football Legends and Street Talk segments. ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
Garry Lyon ...
Himself - Co-Host
James Brayshaw ...
Himself - Co-Host
Sam Newman ...
Himself - Co-Host
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Damian Barrett ...
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Dermott Brereton ...
Himself
Campbell Brown ...
Himself - Panellist
Billy Brownless ...
Himself
Shane Crawford ...
Himself - Panellist
Nick Dal Santo ...
Himself - Panellist
Doug Hawkins ...
Himself
Craig Hutchison ...
Himself
Trevor Marmalade ...
Himself - Reporter
Eddie McGuire ...
Himself
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Garry, James and Sam celebrate 500 episodes by counting down the top 5 favourite moments of all time and looking at highlights from the Almost Football Legends and Street Talk segments. Damien Barrett brings a developing story about a superstar player. Sam goes one-on-one with Hawthorn Football Club president Jeff Kennett. Some past presenters and panellists return for interviews, plus all the teams for Round 3. Written by Allister Coots

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7 April 2011 (Australia)  »

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Sweet Georgia Brown
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Performed by Brother Bones and His Shadows
Composed by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard and Kenneth Casey
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