All I saw was the short where Figgy was telling the boys he has no idea how to lead them. This is because this part wasn't in Konrad Marshall's book and he doesn't know how to work *smile* out by himself
yeah it was pretty brutal. That would be an incredibly hard part of the job. would be like telling a family member they aren't part of the family anymore.Watching Jarryd Blair getting cut was pretty raw and the most interesting part. The rest of it was average I thought. Treloar just confused me...
tough one.I'm feeling dirty, i'm thinking about barracking for the Scum against the Handbaggers.
It's a tough one, i'd really like to straighten Scott's nose.tough one.
I reckon we'll dance big with the winner.
Beating Collingwood in a GF, or getting beat,
would be the difference between eating a pie with God or The Devil.
and I dont want to imagine what you'de come across inside a Devil's pie.
but I reckon you'de be bouncing your teeth off Steel Sidebottom's nut for a decade or two.
like a big grey, vascular, horribly bitter gobstopper.
But then again, Chris Scott's face presents a similar dichotomy.
Trelol makes me laugh everytime I hear this orgy-type love of theirs on AFL360. Pure 100% copyright infringement.I watched for a bit but couldn't believe the familiar storyline:
It sounded like they straight up copied our script (except the ending).
- Trying to be more "connected"
- Letting the guys just play
- Having tell all truth sessions
- Treloar being Ellis and the housing commission story
Listening to the players talking about the way the club was run before then. They could have wall papered over some cracks. I hope it all collapses in a heap and Buckley reverts to his abrasive natural self.