List of Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation episodes

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Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation is an Australian game show produced by Granada Productions which premiered on Network Ten on 5 May 2009. It is hosted by Shaun Micallef.[1]

Series 1 ran for a total of 18 episodes, with the original production order extended due to the success of the show.[2] A second series of 26 episodes began airing from 7 February 2010. Series 2 went on a planned hiatus as of Episode 10 on 18 April 2010. It returned with new episodes from 1 August 2010 and concluded with a Christmas special on 23 November 2010. Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation returned to its original timeslot of 7:30 pm Tuesday from 7 September 2010.[3] A third series began on 8 February 2011 before concluding on 18 September 2011.[4] The fourth series began on 1 February 2012 before concluding on 29 March 2012.[4]

A fifth series has been announced by the Nine Network[5] to premiere 21 May 2018.

Series overview[edit]

SeriesEpisodesOriginally aired
First airedLast airedNetwork
1185 May 2009 (2009-05-05)22 November 2009 (2009-11-22)Network Ten
2267 February 2010 (2010-02-07)28 November 2010 (2010-11-28)
3188 February 2011 (2011-02-08)18 September 2011 (2011-09-18)
4101 February 2012 (2012-02-01)29 March 2012 (2012-03-29)
5821 May 2018 (2018-05-21)9 July 2018 (2018-07-09)Nine Network

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2009)[edit]

The first series of Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation began airing on Network Ten on 5 May 2009. It ran for 18 episodes concluding with a Christmas special on 22 November 2009.

Ep # Airdate Baby Boomers Guest [6] Generation X Guest [6] Generation Y Guest [6] End Game Winner Prize
15 May 2009George NegusArj BarkerRuby Rose
212 May 2009Peter RowsthornDylan LewisPatience Hodgson
319 May 2009Ian "Dicko" DicksonStephen CurryRebel Wilson
426 May 2009Ian SmithLawrence LeungMaeve Higgins
52 June 2009Kirk PengillyKat StewartRhys Uhlich
69 June 2009Marcia HinesMatt WelshDave Thornton
716 June 2009Benita CollingsKramAlyssa Sutherland
822 June 2009Greedy SmithSophie LeeMatt Lee
930 June 2009Jonathan ColemanTim RogersGracie Otto
107 July 2009Henry RothRove McManusCassie Davis
1114 July 2009Tony MartinKate LangbroekMargot Robbie
1221 July 2009Denise ScottSamuel JohnsonFaustina Agolley
1328 July 2009Gretel KilleenCarey HartAndy Lee
144 August 2009Noeline BrownAngus SampsonNikki Webster
1511 August 2009Denise DrysdaleClaudia KarvanHamish Blake
1618 August 2009Jimmy BarnesChris BrownHayley Pearson
171 September 2009[b]Kerri-Anne KennerleyWil AndersonJosh Lawson
1822 November 2009[c]Denise ScottDylan LewisRuby Rose
Notes

a. ^ From episode 12 onwards a small trophy with a plaque saying "Winner: Trivia Competition" replaced the different prizes that were awarded in each episode. A new trophy parodying the Raising the Flag on Iwo Jima was used starting from the first episode of the second season.

b. ^ The season finale featured the contestants and the host dressed up in costume as people related to their generation era. Shaun dressed as Robert Smith, Amanda as Marilyn Monroe, Kerri-Anne as Krystle Carrington, Charlie as Marty McFly, Wil as "Doc" Emmett Brown, Josh Thomas as Gerard Way and Josh Lawson as Harry Potter.

c. ^ This episode was a Christmas Special, with Christmas-themed questions. An extended version was aired on Christmas Eve, December 24, 2009.

Viewership[edit]

Ep Original airdate Australian Viewers Night Rank Source
1 5 May 2009 1,648,000 #1 [7]
2 12 May 2009 1,599,000 #2 [8]
3 19 May 2009 1,613,000 #2 [9]
4 26 May 2009 1,648,000 #1 [10]
5 2 June 2009 1,625,000 #2 [11]
6 9 June 2009 1,655,000 #2 [12]
7 16 June 2009 1,703,000 #1 [13]
8 22 June 2009 1,754,000 #1 [14]
9 30 June 2009 1,594,000 #3 [15]
10 7 July 2009 1,659,000 #3 [16]
11 14 July 2009 1,495,000 #6 [17]
12 21 July 2009 1,580,000 #2 [18]
13 28 July 2009 1,616,000 #2 [19]
14 4 August 2009 1,513,000 #3 [20]
15 11 August 2009 1,479,000 #2 [21]
16 18 August 2009 1,503,000 #3 [22]
17 1 September 2009 1,554,000 #3 [23]
18 22 November 2009 1,060,000 #11 [24]

Season 2 (2010)[edit]

The second series consists of 26 episodes and began airing on 7 February 2010 on Network Ten in Australia. The series was split into two blocks, both airing in 2010. The first ten episodes were broadcast until 18 April, and the second block consisting of a further 16 episodes aired from 1 August to 23 November. Additionally, a highlights special, dubbed Family Assortment, aired on 4 April 2010.

Ep # Airdate Baby Boomers Guest [6] Generation X Guest [6] Generation Y Guest [6] End Game Winner Viewers Rank Notes
17 February 2010Basil BrushJoe HockeyJolene Anderson[a][25]
214 February 2010John WoodNatalie BassingthwaighteDarren McMullen[26]
321 February 2010Red SymonsKate RitchieSammy J[27]
428 February 2010Peter RowsthornRonan KeatingStephanie Gilmore[28]
57 March 2010Brian MannixMarieke HardyGuy Sebastian[29]
614 March 2010Georgie ParkerJulian MorrowMatthew Mitcham[30]
721 March 2010Graeme BlundellDavid CampbellNatalie Hunter[31]
828 March 2010Chrissy AmphlettTim MinchinBrooke Satchwell[32]
*4 April 2010A highlights episode dubbed 'family assortment' was aired in the show's normal timeslot. It featured clips from past episodes.[33][34]
911 April 2010Colin HayPoh Ling YeowHamish Blake[35]
1018 April 2010Patti NewtonLisa McCuneScott Dooley[36]
111 August 2010William McInnesJimeoinRicki-Lee Coulter[37]
128 August 2010Bill BaileyRodger CorserElla Hooper[38]
1315 August 2010Liam Oliver
(Amanda's Son)
Pamela Pickering
(Charlie's Mum)
Drew Thomas
(Josh's Brother)
[39]
1422 August 2010Alex PerryFrank WoodleyGin Wigmore[40]
1529 August 2010Jeff GreenMegan GaleJason Smith[41]
165 September 2010Steve VizardKate LangbroekAndy Lee[42]
177 September 2010Denise ScottBob FranklinLincoln Lewis[42]
1814 September 2010Jean KittsonTodd SampsonFaustina Agolley[43]
1921 September 2010Mark TrevorrowClare BowditchJosh Lawson[44]
2028 September 2010Leo SayerKimberley DaviesScott McGregor[45][46]
2119 October 2010Merv HughesDeborah MailmanMaude Garrett[b][47]
2226 October 2010Kathy LetteAngus SampsonCamille Keenan[c][48]
232 November 2010HG NelsonChrissie SwanTim Blackwell[49][50]
249 November 2010Glynn NicholasClaudia KarvanRai Thistlethwayte[51]
2516 November 2010Michael VeitchEddie PerfectLucy McIntosh[52]
2623 November 2010Jennifer ByrneChas LicciardelloHamish Blake[d][53]
Notes

a. ^ The series 2 premiere featured a special 3D segment requiring anaglyphic glasses.[54] Ten made the glasses available in copies of Woman's Day and TV Week magazines in the lead up to the broadcast.

b. ^ Returning after a two-week break for the 2010 Commonwealth Games.

c. ^ A Halloween themed special.[55]

d. ^ A Christmas themed special.[6]

Season 3 (2011)[edit]

On 14 September 2010, Network Ten confirmed Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation would return in 2011.[56] On 25 January 2011, it was announced that Series 3 would begin airing on 8 February 2011.[4] Similar to series 2, this series was split into two airing blocks with a hiatus in the middle.[57]

Ep # Airdate Baby Boomers Guest [6] Generation X Guest [6] Generation Y Guest [6] End Game Winner Viewers Rank Notes
18 February 2011 (2011-02-08)Kevin HarringtonJulia ZemiroLeisel Jones[4][58]
215 February 2011 (2011-02-15)Ita ButtroseRobyn ButlerRob Mills[59]
322 February 2011 (2011-02-22)Judith McGrathTodd WoodbridgeDanny Clayton[60]
41 March 2011 (2011-03-01)Penny CookKris SmithMike Posner[61]
58 March 2011 (2011-03-08)Harley Oliver
(Amanda's husband)
Suzie Pickering
(Charlie's sister)
Mona Hale
(Josh's grandma)
[62]
615 March 2011 (2011-03-15)John WatersArj BarkerLaura Dundovic[63]
722 March 2011 (2011-03-22)Noni HazlehurstRebecca De UnamunoMatt Lee[64]
829 March 2011 (2011-03-29)Jeff StilsonAndrew GazeBrooke McClymont[65]
95 April 2011 (2011-04-05)Bill HunterGeorge CalombarisCelia Pacquola[66]
1012 April 2011John BlackmanKate LangbroekSophie Monk[note 1][67][68]
1110 August 2011Todd McKenneyDave HughesKate Miller-Heidke[69][70]
1217 August 2011Jay Laga'aiaJane AllsopGyton Grantley[note 2][71][72]
1324 August 2011Simon BurkeWayne HopeParis Wells[73]
1431 August 2011Tiriel MoraGenevieve MorrisPatience Hodgson[74]
154 September 2011Cornelia FrancesJimeoinNatalie Tran[note 3][75]
167 September 2011Francis GreensladeRobyn ButlerKatie 'Monty' Diamond[75]
1711 September 2011Peter BernerDarren HayesMaude Garrett[note 4][76]
1818 September 2011Lorraine BaylyCraig McLachlanJay Ryan[77][78]

Season 4 (2012)[edit]

On 27 October 2011, Network Ten confirmed Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation would return in 2012 for a fourth series.[79] On 22 January 2012, it was announced that the show would begin airing on 1 February 2012 in an 8pm timeslot.[4]

No.
overall
No. in
season
End GameBaby Boomers guestGeneration X guestGeneration Y guestOriginal air dateViewers
631"Gluing together a smashed vase"Mary CoustasStephen K. Amos1 February 2012 (2012-02-01)[80]678,000[81]
642[note 5]"Preparing high tea"Johnny YoungTina Arena8 February 2012 (2012-02-08)758,000[82]
653[note 6]"Typing out the complete works of Shakespeare"HG NelsonClaudia Karvan15 February 2012 (2012-02-15)593,000[83]
664"Panel van art"Chris CheneyFelicity Ward22 February 2012 (2012-02-22)627,000[84]
675"Catching yabbies"Peter RowsthornTimomatic29 February 2012 (2012-02-29)633,000[85]
686"Giant origami"Craig LowndesCaitlin Stasey7 March 2012 (2012-03-07)664,000[86]
697"Finding a needle in a hay stack"Matt PrestonKate Langbroek
Josh Earl
14 March 2012 (2012-03-14)609,000[87]
708"Preparing a horse for dressage"Dave O'NeilElla Hooper21 March 2012 (2012-03-21)<495,000[88]
719[note 7]"Building a grand staircase"Deborah HuttonChristie Whelan28 March 2012 (2012-03-28)820,000[89][90]
7210"Shoveling ectoplasm into a toilet"Carl CoxVeronica Milsom29 March 2012 (2012-03-29)583,000[91]

Season 5 (2018)[edit]

The fifth series premiered on Nine Network on Monday, 21 May 2018 at 7:30pm.[92] It is the first time that the show has aired on another network, following its cancellation from Network Ten in 2012.

In May 2017, it was rumoured the show may be revived on an unknown network but without the former host and panellists.[93] In September 2017, it was confirmed the series would be returning, switching from Network Ten to the Nine Network, with Shaun Micallef to again host the series.[94] Tickets for the audience became available at the end of September 2017 with filming for the series to take place between October 7 and October 29 at Docklands Studios Melbourne.[95] In October 2017, the series was officially confirmed for revival set to air in 2018, as well as the announcement of the series captains. Generation X will be led by Robyn Butler, Generation Y will be led by Andy Lee and Generation Z will be led by Laurence Boxhall.[96]

The team captains for the 2018 series are Robyn Butler (Generation X), Andy Lee (Generation Y) and Laurence Boxhall (Generation Z).

No.
overall
No. in
season
End GameGeneration X guestGeneration Y guestGeneration Z guestOriginal air dateViewers
731"Cleaning a tractor"Eddie PerfectKate McLennan21 May 2018 (2018-05-21)720,000[97]
742"Running a hipster cafe"Dave HughesJayden Hunt28 May 2018 (2018-05-28)637,000[98]
753"Erecting a statue"Sonia KrugerMolly Daniels4 June 2018 (2018-06-04)720,000[99]
764"Building a tower"
Wayne Hope
(Robyn's husband)
Alex Miles
(Andy's sister)
Eve Boxhall
(Laurence's mother)
11 June 2018 (2018-06-11)653,000[100]
775"Artistic fruit and vegetable arrangement"Helen DallimoreNick Cody
Bernadina Van Tiel
18 June 2018 (2018-06-18)623,000[101]
786"Building a nest"Rhys NicholsonLiv Hewson25 June 2018 (2018-06-25)578,000[102]
797"Building a billy cart"Sam SimmonsGeorgia Flood2 July 2018 (2018-07-02)508,000[103]
808"Going Back to the Future"Tim RogersAaron Chen9 July 2018 (2018-07-09)396,000[104]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ This episode was the last episode before its planned mid-series hiatus. It was a Wizard of Oz themed special.
  2. ^ This episode was a Law & Order-themed special.
  3. ^ This episode was a Time Warp themed special. Amanda hosted the show with Charlie representing the Baby Boomers, Josh representing Generation X and Shaun representing Generation Y, each dressed up as the other.
  4. ^ This episode was a Sci-Fi themed special
  5. ^ Young Talent Time special
  6. ^ Shakespeare special
  7. ^ Gone with the Wind-themed episode; this episode was originally intended to be the series finale

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