Reputation Rehab

Season 1
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Season 1, Episode 8 - One Bad Joke

4.0 32 x
One bad joke can turn comedians from beloved entertainers into the most hated people in the country. Can we rehabilitate people on the wrong side of a LOL like Yumi Stynes and The Chaser, or even Comedy itself?
28:00

Season 1, Episode 7 - Ok Karen

3.0 32 x
Once upon a time, Karen was just a woman from HR and the OK sign was... OK. But what happens when you're on the wrong side of change? Real Karens, Texan Peter Dutton and the CEO of Australia's most problematic lolly weigh in.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 6 - Losing Control Of The Narrative

3.0 13 x
When a photo of Todd Carney doing "the bubbler" was leaked on the internet he became the second most googled person in Australia. But should his reputation be flushed down the toilet forever?
29:00

Season 1, Episode 5 - Boomers

3.0 32 x
Boomers don't just have a reputation crisis - the whole generation is a punchline. We smash generational cliches and avocados, meet the NZ MP who put 'OK Boomer' into the spotlight and try to heal the divide once and for all.
28:00

Season 1, Episode 4 - Tabloid Shame

3.0 23 x
Tabloids love shaming, but what does it mean for targets like Karl Stefanovic and Osher Gunsberg? Kirsten explores the dark arts of the paparazzi and Zoe learns the hard way how it feels to be on the wrong side of their lens.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 3 - Covid Shame

3.0 23 x
We are living in unprecedented times... for public shaming. We get our (thoroughly sanitised) hands dirty rehabbing the real faces behind the Covid outrage headlines: beach-goers, cough-shamers, toilet seat lickers and bats.
29:00

Season 1, Episode 2 - Reality Tv Villains

3.0 74 x
When Kirsten and Zoe meet The Bachelor's Abbie Chatfield, will they be able to help her rebuild real life from the reality rubble?
28:00

Season 1, Episode 1 - Nick Kyrgios

3.0 58 x
If you're labelled a "bad boy", can you ever shake it? We find out by confronting journalists, training with sport industry experts and finally meeting the real person behind the headlines: Nick Kyrgios.
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