Extraordinary tales from an ordinary marriage. This Aussie Television super couple open the book on their drama-filled 10 year marriage, in a funny and honest joust about the good, bad and ugly of life. Much of their relationship has been invented by the tabloids, so this time they're telling their own stories no matter how god-awful, embarrassing or hilarious. It's a straight from the horses mouth account of life with the Denyers. And it ain't always pretty but its been one hell of an entertaining ride!
Season 2 Review
"We had a BABY GIRL!!!"
While the Denyer's welcome their lovely new born daughter, Sunday Mary Mae Denyer to the family, please enjoy this wrap up of all the fun we had in season 2.
Be true everyone!
Talk soon X
Here we go!
It's the very last episode for Season 2, and the Denyers will take a break now to welcome their new baby! Chezzi complains about being as big as a house this pregnancy, with terrible effects on her bladder. Her Obstetrician is discussing putting her in early to have their baby but the thought of another caesarean makes Chezzi really emotional. Grant and Chezzi need to talk about who will get "the snip"! Also - George has been given an exciting offer he can't refuse and the Denyers are thrilled for him!
It is true, your first love leaves a lasting impression on you.. but do you know why? Grant and Chezzi decide to chat about their first loves and why and how those relationships ended. They also have a good giggle at some relationship stories they found on the internet... and discuss some real life horror breakups! If you've ever had your heart broken, hopefully this episode will help cheer you up!
My plastic surgery!
Chezzi stumbles across a news story about the increase in plastic surgery since COVID lockdown, and it prompts this week's episode where they discuss plastic surgery. Chezzi talks about her numerous nose surgeries since breaking her nose at 15 in a basketball game in the US, and gives a personal insight into how the surgeries whilst terribly painful have improved her life. They discuss Botox and run through other popular surgeries such as the Orgasm shot and penis lengthening! A very funny episode you may not have realised you need to hear.
Sh*t's getting real!
Grant and Chezzi realise they are now just weeks off having their 3rd child and they are really not ready at all. Still facing the very real prospect they could be having a boy, (they've chosen not to find out the sex this time) they quietly freak out and consult their good friend and comedian Ellen Briggs (From Women Like Us Podcast) who has two teenage twin boys, about what their life could be like if they have a little boy. And what she recounts to them leaves them in hysterics and in deep shock... A hilarious episode not to miss!
Will Grant survive?
Grant recounts his horror spending his first week in the I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out Of Here Jungle.
George and Chezzi help counsel Grant as he discussed how traumatic the experience was for him.
Grant discusses in depth his reflection on his relationship with alcohol.. and Chezzi quizzes Grant about his revelation that he "sleep shags"... and Grant gives an intimate look at his very real fear that he will perish in the jungle and why. A must not miss episode of this entertaining podcast!
Come back PLEASE Melbourne needs this now!
This is the best podcast I’ve ever heard. I can’t get enough. And I’ve heard every podcast you can think of. I even prefer your show over all the radio shows on air right now and I’m a radio junkie. You guys need your own radio show because everyone needs to hear this! I laugh, cry, feel sad, feel happy... honestly there has to be a Season 3 or people will revolt.
Laugh out loud every time!
The best podcast ever! You make me laugh, think and even bring a tear to my eyes.
I feel like I’m eavesdropping on married couples dinner conversation….. look forward to many more eps.
Changed my life. Seriously.
Guys, thank you so much for your candour and humour. This is my go-to podcast and I can’t wait for the next season. Your conversation about ADHD has led me to conduct my own research and seek my own diagnosis. I was listening and had the “that’s me!” lightbulb moment. Y’all have literally changed my life for the better. Thank you. ❤️