Radio 'You cannot be serious' podcast with Sam Newman, Don Scott and Rod Law

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Keldar

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I thought the Stevens interview would be soft but Sam really stuck it up him. Probably his finest interviewing moment on the podcast as far as i am concerned. Stevens contradicted himself a few times and you could tell he felt sorry for himself and not his ex partner. As for him trying to get back into coaching? players are banned for years all the time so yeah stuff him. do something else

Sam needed to speak into the microphone though!
Tend to agree Sam did at least probe and it seemed hard to do. Still I wish they'd got someone else on the week.
 

the_interloper

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I thought the Stevens interview would be soft but Sam really stuck it up him. Probably his finest interviewing moment on the podcast as far as i am concerned. Stevens contradicted himself a few times and you could tell he felt sorry for himself and not his ex partner. As for him trying to get back into coaching? players are banned for years all the time so yeah stuff him. do something else

Sam needed to speak into the microphone though!
Absolutely, you can tell Sam thinks he’s a piece of sh*t, he gave it to him and good on him, so did Don at times.


Interviewing a convicted wife basher probably the final straw for me ever bothering to listen to this podcast again.
You should listen, they didn’t spare him at all
 

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Go Giants

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Absolutely, you can tell Sam thinks he’s a piece of sh*t, he gave it to him and good on him, so did Don at times.

I agree - it was a good episode and it’s a top podcast. They can do the odd controversial interview that some mainstream media outlets couldn’t get or wouldn’t do.

Newman & Scott aren’t beholden to any sponsors either so they can say what they want.


You should listen, they didn’t spare him at all
 

blueboy25

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I thought the Stevens interview would be soft but Sam really stuck it up him. Probably his finest interviewing moment on the podcast as far as i am concerned. Stevens contradicted himself a few times and you could tell he felt sorry for himself and not his ex partner. As for him trying to get back into coaching? players are banned for years all the time so yeah stuff him. do something else

Sam needed to speak into the microphone though!
He should hopefully take notice of what happened with Shannon Grant and his recent attempt at coaching at Williamstown ammos.
 

peternorth

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just started part 1. hope sam goes hard on gladys given ICACs involvement.

Though im happily naive and happily ok to declare she innocent, sam is very forthright when it comes to corruption (andrews, icook foods etc).

ok sam just said poor old gladys investigated for sleeping with a bloke.
 

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Rod Stroker

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I didn't mind the Stevens interview, I thought all parties played their part well, and that Stevens handled himself with his responses.


I love how several times in that ep Sam says "we don't judge, because we don't know you, etc". Yet every week Sam calls Biden a decrepit imbecile fcukwit.
 

weareyoursuns44

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Found the stevens interview interesting, lots of holes in his story and stevens tried to make us feel remorseful for him. Sam did not go lightly on him at all and obviously thinks he is a flog. Don remained pretty and tended to focus more on the footy career, although went hard on stevens at times. Was also interesting that there was a-lot they had to beep out.
 

the_interloper

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Didn't know they even interviewed him to be honest.

Even if Sam was tough on Stevens I'm really not sure what the point of bringing him on for an interview was.
Sam actually did ask him what the point of him coming on was. I actually think Stevens is mates with Gatto, maybe it was a favour to him, I don’t know if Sam thought it was a good idea
 

The Made Guy

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Agree. Sam almost like Denton on Enough Rope, Stevens came off like a sh*t bloke and the longer it went on, seemed Sam reached the same conclusion..
I'm in the minority. I didn't like the interview and the way it was constructed. But for a non-monetised podcast with zero production support, it's no big issue.
 

Goroyals22

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I didn't mind the Stevens interview, I thought all parties played their part well, and that Stevens handled himself with his responses.


I love how several times in that ep Sam says "we don't judge, because we don't know you, etc". Yet every week Sam calls Biden a decrepit imbecile fcukwit.
To be fair you don't need to know Biden to be able to see he is probably worse than those three things.
 

torq

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I love how several times in that ep Sam says "we don't judge, because we don't know you, etc". Yet every week Sam calls Biden a decrepit imbecile fcukwit.

Sam is full of hypocrisy. He’s often said “an opinion can’t be wrong” but has contempt for the opinions of Rod, Don and many others.

I would stop listening if Rocket left. He’s often the voice of reason (as Mike Sheahan was) in a conversation between two grumpy old farts.

Re: Nick Stevens, why him of all people? Do they find it that difficult to find worthwhile guests to join them?
 

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