Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell

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Shaun Micallef's Mad as Hell
Season 8  |  Episode 10  |  ABC  |  April 4, 2018
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Cricket, the Commonwealth Games, tax cuts and pronunciation, Micallef tackles it all. A ballsy cricket scandal and heavy security overshadow the Games, Bill Shorten fumbles through Labour's pensioner guarantee plan, the government pulls its company tax cuts in a last minute bid to survive, and we catch an infomercial on BlueScope Steel with Malcolm Turnbull. Then it's Tiangong-1, the ethics of corporate sponsorship, "obvious cheating" and the Commonwealth Bank. Lastly, Turnbull puts the "you" in resolution, Tony Abbott helps launch Pauline Hanson's autobiography, and Hanson compares herself to Nelson Mandela.

Cricket, the Commonwealth Games, tax cuts and pronunciation, Micallef tackles it all. A ballsy cricket scandal and heavy security overshadow the Games, Bill Shorten fumbles through Labour's pensioner guarantee plan, the government pulls its company tax cuts in a last minute bid to survive, and we catch an infomercial on BlueScope Steel with Malcolm Turnbull. Then it's Tiangong-1, the ethics of corporate sponsorship, "obvious cheating" and the Commonwealth Bank. Lastly, Turnbull puts the "you" in resolution, Tony Abbott helps launch Pauline Hanson's autobiography, and Hanson compares herself to Nelson Mandela.

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