We had an election and that's the last we'll have to say about who governs us for a while. We name the blights against our democracy, from Winston Peters to the media Winston Peters makes his bread and butter denouncing.
Also, Trump vs the NFL, Clinton's new book fittingly reviewed by proxy, Snoop Dog, the politicisation of humanitarian crises, the hell we call Earth.
Camp Lo - Luchini (This Is It)
The Datsuns - MF From Hell
Carly Rae Jepsen - First Time
The Mutton Birds - As Close As This
The mobilisation of (some) farmers to protest illustrates a deep divide in NZ, just not the one being protested. Farmers are thought of as National's original rock, but with the last week acting as a highlights reel of decades of politicisation, misinformation, scaremongering and shortchanging, is this relationship healthy at all?
Meanwhile, Auckland airport goes kaput due to fossicking. Oh what a to do.
And there's an election going on, so we need to talk for perhaps the last time about TOP's silliness. What have the polls got us thinking? Will the final week of the campaign be a carnival of horrors? Who knows. The die will be cast when we all meet again.
Gordon Campbell; Ten Reasons for Not Voting National
Duncan Grieve; Screaming Into The Void With Gareth Morgan and TOP
Kelis - Milkshake
Ry Cooder - Taxes on the Farmer Feed Us All
Angus and Julia Stone - Chateau
With all the to do this election campaign we try and keep this short and snappy. One out of two ain't bad.
National's hits on Labour appear to come from all directions but is anything sticking? The finance test was passed easily, the moral equivalence test was reported as a stuff-up right away. Is this working - is it supposed to?
Recent elections have been about the unthinkable - NZ 2017's unthinkable result is the Green party leave parliament. What now that that may happen?
Is celebration of Ardern's ascension premature? Well, literally, yes, but even so? What do we want out of government anyway?
Kah-Lo - Fasta
Ted Leo - You're Like Me
Shapeshifter - Electric Dream (State of Mind VIP Remix)
Since we last yakked, Labour topped the polls, there was a debate we watched and one we didn't, scandal aplenty and the world went to hell.
Jacinda Ardern is on the warpath and English kind of looks like a div. Can a man and a woman just have a discussion about the economy or is our political language to ripe a minefield for subtle gendered snipes?
Meanwhile, Antifa are smeared, Winston Peters gets down, and nobody has the right amount of money - not the poor, not the rich, and not Steven Joyce.
Living Colour - Program
Vera Blue - Lady Powers
Woody Guthrie - Tear The Fascists Down
Melvins - Euthanasia