A weird text reveals LeBron James's love of grapes, Selena Gomez's passion for the San Antonio Spurs is exposed, and a scooter pro shows us how to back-board-slide.
A gymnast demos the beam, Andy takes on the dummy in dizzy-tennis, our players battle it out in tee-ball-cricket, and the last player into finals week is decided.
A text reveals Conor McGregor was once a plumber, breaking news exposes that golf balls used to be filled with feathers, then a baseball pro shows us how to catch using the mitt.
We flashback to the longest goal in EPL history, our players discover the science of altitude training, and our players try the table tennis obstacle course.
A bizarre text reveals Ronda Rousey's favourite food, we flashback to Liverpool's Champion's League comeback, a judo master teaches us the Major Outer Reap, then it's sumo putt putt.
An adaptation of the Jean Shepherd story about a little boy's efforts to own a Red Ryder air rifle.
This program explores the day in the life of different professions around Australia. In this episode we meet an astrophysicist.
W-League stars show us some soccer tricks, our players sort the washing for the Brisbane Broncos, Andy takes on the Dummy in a dizzy-drop-punt challenge, then it's time for sumo-rugby.
Aussie Kookaburra Dylan Wotherspoon shows us how to dribble in hockey, we flashback to the record-breaking 1970 VFL grand final comeback from Carlton, and our players take on horseracing-golf.
It's the day of Sasi-Wests-Hat and everyone is there to see who will take out the trophy and be crowned Best in the West.
We flashback to Stephen Bradbury's miraculous Olympic gold, our players race to name every BBL team in 20 seconds, then they take on a soccer shoot-out with a twist in the final challenge.
Mikey feels betrayed by his friends and is ready to quit Sasi-Wests-Hat, but Salwa says Howie was a good lie and Jerry tries to apologise.
Natalie Cook shows us how to dive in beach volleyball, the most confusing sport of all-time is revealed, our players discover the science of calories, then it's the Aussie rules course.
Ms Crapper wants to ban Mikey from Sasi-Wests-Hat, but the kids create a makeshift court to decide if that should happen.
Breaking news exposes the truth about tennis shorts, a teenage skateboard champ shows us how to kick-flip, and the final challenge smashhes together tennis and gymnastics.
Griffith University's Tanya Smith explains how the growth lines of teeth of Neanderthal children reveal details about their diets, development and the environment they lived in.
When Mikey, Tiffany and Salwa attend a workshop by World Handball Champion Gary Garrison at Tiff's posh old school, things don't quite go to plan.
Andy takes on the Dummy in a water-bomb-cricket challenge, we get a masterclass in fast starts from a para-triathlete, and the players battle it out in pinata-putt-putt.
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