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The Real Pod: is NZ Survivor actually any good? What about Nigel Latta?

Jane Yee, Duncan Greive and special guest Joseph Harper gather around the oval table to talk about the latest happenings in New Zealand television and real life in New Zealand.

Alex has gone to Wellywood, so Jane and Duncan convinced her mere male Joey Harper to join the pod and give us a glimpse into life living with the AC on 24/7. It’s a quite frankly disturbing look through the curtains of the Harper-Casey household and we’re glad to be able to share it with the world.

Joe is also one of New Zealand’s biggest Survivor superfans, author of our Power Rankings and guest on TVNZ’s aftershow, Little SurvivorHe catches us up on the New Zealand edition, and the global fans’ response to it. We also talk about our worst ever jobs (Joe’s was eating onion rings all day, which doesn’t sound that bad tbh), this giant turkey loose in Dunedin, a disturbing scandal on Bachelor in Paradise, the new John Campbell / Nigel Latta show and, somehow, more. Plus, we drink the new sugarfree Coke for the real review!

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