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* Hamish & Andy [=ReGifted=] (Creator/NetworkTen, 2008, a Rove clip show focused on, and hosted by Hamish & Andy. Received a sequel in 2009)

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* Hamish & Andy [=ReGifted=] (Creator/NetworkTen, 2008, a Rove clip show focused “very early Christmas special” focusing on, and hosted by Hamish & Andy. Received a sequel in 2009)


* Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2011, best described as part VarietyShow, part USA exploration)
* Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2012-2014, TravelogueShow documenting their travels across Europe, Asia and Latin America in each season, respectively)

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* Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2011, best described as part VarietyShow, part USA exploration)
* Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2012-2014,
2011-2014, TravelogueShow documenting their travels across the United States, Europe, Asia and Latin America in each season, respectively)


* Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2012-2014, TravelogueShow documenting their travels through Europe, Asia and Latin America in each season, respectively)

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* Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2012-2014, TravelogueShow documenting their travels through across Europe, Asia and Latin America in each season, respectively)


!!Radio/podcast projects include:

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!!Radio/podcast projects for Southern Cross Austereo include:


* Hamish & Andy (LiSTNR podcast, 2018-present)
* Hamish & Andy’s Rememebring Project (LiSTNR podcast, 2020-present)

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* Hamish & Andy (LiSTNR ([=LiSTNR=] podcast, 2018-present)
* Hamish & Andy’s Rememebring Remembering Project (LiSTNR ([=LiSTNR=] podcast, 2020-present)



** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various [[StoryArc story arcs]] set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.
*** Out of those segments, only Hamish vs. Andy was kept in later seasons, with the original {{Narrator}} replaced by the more popular and funnier-sounding Ian Danter. Ultimate Wingman, on the other hand (thanks to its popularity) made at least one appearance in each series.

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** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] series followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which segments)[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various [[StoryArc story arcs]] set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) culture)[[/labelnote]], rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), format, which is slightly lost in later edited versions.
*** Out of those segments, only Hamish vs. Andy was kept in later seasons, with the original {{Narrator}} replaced by the more popular and funnier-sounding Ian Danter. Thanks to its popularity, Ultimate Wingman, on the other hand (thanks to its popularity) Wingman made at least one appearance in each series.


Hamish Blake and Andy Lee are an Australian ComedyDuo who, while most famous for their radio shows, have also dabbled in television; the two are something of an ubiquitous force in Australian media, regularly making guest spots on panel shows and the like. Their most famous effort is ''The Hamish & Andy Show'', a weekly (daily until 2011) afternoon radio program on the Today Network. After several years of doing television specials on Creator/NetworkTen, the Creator/NineNetwork signed an on-going television deal with the duo from 2011 onward; so far broadcasting their ''Gap Year'' series (where they explore a continent for RuleOfFunny content), ''True Story'' (a series built around [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin weird true stories]], hosted by Hamish and Andy) and ''Perfect Holiday''.

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Hamish Blake and Andy Lee are an Australian ComedyDuo who, while most famous for their radio shows, have also dabbled in television; the two are something of an ubiquitous force in Australian media, regularly making guest spots on panel shows and the like. Their most famous effort is ''The Hamish & Andy Show'', a weekly (daily until 2011) afternoon radio program on the Today Network.

After several years of doing television specials and guest appearances on Creator/NetworkTen, the Creator/NineNetwork signed an on-going television deal with the duo from 2011 onward; so far broadcasting their ''Gap Year'' series (where they explore a continent for RuleOfFunny content), ''True Story'' (a series built around [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin weird true stories]], hosted by Hamish and Andy) and ''Perfect Holiday''.
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!!Television projects include:
*Radio Karate (C31 Melbourne, 2003)
*Hamish and Andy (Creator/SevenNetwork, 2004)
*Real Stories (Creator/NetworkTen, 2006)
*Hamish & Andy [=ReGifted=] (Creator/NetworkTen, 2008, a Rove clip show focused on, and hosted by Hamish & Andy. Received a sequel in 2009)
*Hamish & Andy’s American Caravan of Courage (Creator/NetworkTen, 2009, special edition of Rove)
*Hamish & Andy’s Caravan of Courage: Great Britain and Ireland (Creator/NetworkTen, 2010, sequel to the above)
*Learn India with Hamish and Andy (Creator/NetworkTen, 2010, Commomwealth Games tie-in travel special)
*Hamish & Andy’s Reministmas Special (Creator/NetworkTen, 2010, continuation of [=ReGifted=])
*Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2011, best described as part VarietyShow, part USA exploration)
*Hamish & Andy’s Euro Gap Year (Creator/NineNetwork, 2012-2014, TravelogueShow documenting their travels through Europe, Asia and Latin America in each season, respectively)
*Hamish & Andy’s Caravan of Courage: Australia vs. New Zealand (Creator/NineNetwork, 2012, two-part travel special)
*True Story with Hamish and Andy (Creator/NineNetwork, 2017-2018)
*Hamish & Andy’s Perfect Holiday (Creator/NineNetwork, 2019)
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!!Radio/podcast projects include:
* The Almost Tuesday Show (2003)
* The Almost Midday Show (Saturdays, 2004-2005)
* The Hamish & Andy Show (Daily (changed to weekly in 2011), 2006-2013)
* Hamish & Andy’s Business Brunch/Happy Hour (Daily, 2013-2014)
* The Hamish & Andy Show (Reboot, Daily, 2015-2017)
* Hamish & Andy (LiSTNR podcast, 2018-present)
* Hamish & Andy’s Rememebring Project (LiSTNR podcast, 2020-present)

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** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various StoryArcs set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.
*** Out of these, only Hamish vs. Andy was kept in later seasons, with the original {{Narrator}} replaced by the more popular and funnier-sounding Ian Danter. Ultimate Wingman, on the other hand (thanks to its popularity) made at least one appearance in each series.

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** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various StoryArcs [[StoryArc story arcs]] set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.
*** Out of these, those segments, only Hamish vs. Andy was kept in later seasons, with the original {{Narrator}} replaced by the more popular and funnier-sounding Ian Danter. Ultimate Wingman, on the other hand (thanks to its popularity) made at least one appearance in each series.


** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various StoryArcs set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.

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** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various StoryArcs set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.


** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari, [[StoryArc R2-To-Do]], Ultimate Wingman, Hamish vs. Andy and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.

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** Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari, [[StoryArc R2-To-Do]], ]]Safari (a location film shot outside of New York), R2-To-Do (which involved various StoryArcs set up by a “to-do list robot”), Ultimate Wingman, Wingman (in which Hamish used Andy as a ChickMagnet and lied about him having a wife), Hamish vs. Andy (in which Hamish and Andy raced against everyday life) and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds[[/labelnote]]) Lessonds (highly-exaggerated lessons on NYC culture)[[/labelnote]]) rather than a comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format rather than a travel-like format, which is slightly lost in later edited versions.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format (complete with celebrity interviews and various recurring segments[[labelnote:which included...]]Safari, [[StoryArc R2-To-Do]], Ultimate Wingman, Hamish vs. Andy and Ryan Shelton’s 100 Second New York Lessonds[[/labelnote]]) rather than a travel-like format, comedic travel show format (in which Hamish & Andy show films recounting their journey), which is slightly lost in later edited versions.versions.
***Out of these, only Hamish vs. Andy was kept in later seasons, with the original {{Narrator}} replaced by the more popular and funnier-sounding Ian Danter. Ultimate Wingman, on the other hand (thanks to its popularity) made at least one appearance in each series.


* RepurposedPopSong: The theme song from the ''Reministmas Special'', "Holy Moly" by Motocade is reused for ''Caravan Of Courage - Australia vs. New Zealand'' rather than the original Caravan of Courage theme song.
* RunningGag: In ''Caravan of Courage - Great Britain and Ireland'', Andy tries to annoy Hamish while driving [[{{Pun}} Sir Vancealot]] by playing a tin whistle, until Hamish throws it into the ocean. It is immanently replaced by bagpipes right after.

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* RepurposedPopSong: The RepurposedPopSong:
**The
theme song from the ''Reministmas Special'', "Holy Moly" by Motocade is reused for ''Caravan Of Courage - Australia vs. New Zealand'' rather than the original Caravan of Courage theme song.
**Frank Stallone’s “Far From Over”, originally the subject of a story arc involving them being obsessed with said song and getting Frank Stallone to do a concert in Melbourne was reused for Andy’s Mr. New York State Bodybuilding Competition performance in their USA Gap Year.
* RunningGag: RunningGag:
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In ''Caravan of Courage - Great Britain and Ireland'', Andy tries to annoy Hamish while driving [[{{Pun}} Sir Vancealot]] by playing a tin whistle, until Hamish throws it into the ocean. It is immanently replaced by bagpipes right after.

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*BookEnds: Episode 5 of Gap Year Asia opens with a film about Hamish & Andy racing their snakes (and a “snake in my pants” dare). It finishes with a “Cultural Eating” segment about eating snake hearts.


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**Andy telling people that Hamish “did circus tricks instead of sports at school” to warn people of his odd actions.


* RepurposedPopSong: The theme song from the ''Reministmas Special'' is reused for ''Caravan Of Courage - Australia vs. New Zealand'' rather than the original Caravan of Courage theme song.

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* RepurposedPopSong: The theme song from the ''Reministmas Special'' Special'', "Holy Moly" by Motocade is reused for ''Caravan Of Courage - Australia vs. New Zealand'' rather than the original Caravan of Courage theme song.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-focused series. It also followed a variety show format rather than a travel-like format, which is slightly lost in later edited versions.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-focused more-country-driven series. It also followed a variety show format rather than a travel-like format, which is slightly lost in later edited versions.


* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-focused series.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Their first ''Gap Year'' series[[note]]now known as "Gap Year USA"[[/note]] was rather more like "Hamish and Andy take on New York" than the later more-focused series. It also followed a variety show format rather than a travel-like format, which is slightly lost in later edited versions.

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