The BEST Episodes of The Chaser's War on Everything
Every episode ever - ranked by fan votes!
Last Updated: Oct 23, 2019
A satirical current affairs show presented by The Chaser team. Regular segments include Pursuit Trivia, Ad Road Test, the Surprise Spruiker and Mr. Ten Questions.
#1 - Episode 15
Season 2 - Episode 15
Featuring the now infamous APEC stunt which made headlines around the world and landed the Chaser team in legal trouble. * Intro Joke; Special Guest: "Pavarotting" * Intro; APEC, Dryzabone Jackets, George W. Bush's speech mistakes o Stunt; Using a fake Canadian Motorcade to transport Chas dressed up as Osama Bin Laden into the APEC restricted zone o Stunt; Running around the streets of Sydney wearing cardboard Canadian cars o Intro (continued); Shots of The Chaser standing with world leaders on the steps of the Sydney Opera House o Stunt; Are RSL's harder to get into than APEC? (Involves attempting to get into RSL's with APEC ID's) o Stunt; Chas ringing up a talkback radio station posing as someone else complaining about The Chaser o Intro (continued); Kevin Rudd impressing the Chinese President Hu Jintao with his knowledge of Mandarin (with The Chasers placing fake subtitles on screen) o Stunt; Public APEC Firework viewing including a firework which spelt out "Screw APEC" * Ad/Trailer; Network Ten, Seriously Desperate (hits back at Ten's show Californication) * If Life were a Musical; Andrew, Chris and Chas singing to a University student proclaiming their love for her * Stunt; Moving house by transporting possessions via a bicycle courier and then a public bus * Discussion; Using clown doctors when dealing with people putting down their pets and people on death row * Ad/Trailer; Emo laundry powder (parody of Omo) * A Message from Osama Bin Laden; Peter Beattie's departure, Chas dressing up as him * The Fixers o Horse Flu: Using a pantomime horse in a horse race o China's Evil President: Getting Chinese officials to pay for bullets beforehand o Foxtel: Andrew Hansen dressed up as Adolf Hitler storming into Foxtel's offices and compaining about the cancellation of one of his shows o Pisshead Troops: Getting politicians to skull long plastic pipes full of beer * Ad/Trailer; Australia Zoo (protecting the Irwin family "species") * Song; "Stairway to Kevin" (parody of Stairway to Heaven by Led Zeppelin) * End Joke; Giving credit to the other nine people who got arrested for involvement in the fake APEC motorcade
#2 - Episode 10
Season 1 - Episode 10
The 10th episode in the Chaser's war.
#3 - Episode 3
Season 1 - Episode 3
1: Rug Clearance Sale Ads It’s the Rug Emporium's absolutely, positively, definitely closing down this time sale! 2: Where the bloody hell are you? After the reaction to a recent overseas advertising campaign, Chris and Craig test a few of their own slogans to promote Australia to tourists. 3: Howard 10 Years Tribute The Chaser team celebrates John Howard’s tenth year as Prime Minister with clips highlighting his time in office. 4: Message from Osama Bin Laden – Dancing with the Stars Osama Bin Laden expresses his distaste with not being asked to perform on Dancing with the Stars. 5: Pursuit Trivia – Backstreet Boys This question goes to the Backstreet Boys: In Geography, what is the capital of Australia? None of the Backstreet Boys guessed the correct answer: Canberra. 6: Mosman Mosque Julian unveils plans to build a Muslim Mosque in Mosman, a suburb named as among the most racially intolerant in the country, and gauges local’s reactions. 7: Rug Warehouse Clearance #2 Trust us, this time we're not kidding; it's the "We Really And Truly Are Closing Down For Sure Sale"! 8: Firth in the USA – Cool Charles Firth hits the street of New York to find out why America is so cool. 9: Commvenience Which bank? 10: In Other News Peter Costello gets tough on radical extremism; Tony Abbott withdraws comments; Trevor Flugge’s AWB claims; Channel Nine’s new logo; David Beckham does math; and ABC denies any leftwing-bias allegations. 11: Brokeback Mountain – Christian Edition A sneak preview Ang Lee’s more Christian-friendly version of Brokeback Mountain. 12: The Complete Walks of John Howard DVD Featuring Mr. Howard’s most memorable walks, with commentary! 13: Current Affairs – Visualisations Lesson 3: Using visualisations to explain complex stories. 14: Crazy Warehouse Guy – McDonalds The Crazy Warehouse Guy visits McDonalds. 15: Finally, Tonight... It may be time to put away the talking Boonie, but VB have brought out another drinking sporting legend: the talking Wendell. 16: Closing Credits Credits are played over another scene from Ang Lee's Christian Edition of Brokeback Mountain.
#4 - Episode 6
Season 1 - Episode 6
Episode 6 in the Chaser's war on everything.
#5 - Episode 7
Season 1 - Episode 7
1: French Protests Craig goes out onto the streets to see if he can French-up Australia's protests of the new IR laws. 2: Family Contracts In Britain, McDonald's if offering family contracts, which means if you can't turn up for a shift you can send one of the members of your family. But what if other types of jobs allowed this? 3: Pursuit Trivia - Malcolm Turnbull Part 1 This weeks first question: In Science and Nature, Io is a moon of which gaseous planet? Malcolm did not guess the correct answer: Jupiter. 4: Warehouse Guy - Cinema This week the Crazy Warehouse Guy goes to the movies! 5: Name Our Next Cyclone Julian goes around to different top-company-heads to see if they'd like to buy the naming rights to the next cyclone. 6: ABC Promo - Director's Cut With director's commentary. 7: Ad Roadtest - Napisan How would people REALLY react if you charged into their home with a camera crew and started pouring stains all over their clothes? 8: Cracked Pepper There's nothing Chris hates more than those waiters who constantly interrupt meals offering cracked pepper, but how much worse would it be if they decided to spread beyond restaurants? 9: Pursuit Trivia - Malcolm Turnbull Part 2 This weeks 2nd question: Who won the 2002 Melbourne Cup? Malcolm once again did not guess the correct answer: Media Puzzle. 10: In Other News... IR dismissal laws; Relations with Indonesia; AWB Downer inquiry; Vega; Robert McCallum. 10: Firth in the USA Charles tries to get into Skull & Bones, the most secret and powerful society on Earth. 11: Celebrity Solitaire Get ready for TV's exciting new card game: Celebrity Solitaire, this week featuring Andrew O'Keefe. 12: Statue Busking Made Easy Simply rig yourself up an actual statue and watch the money pile up! 13: Credits Song "They always run credits over my song..."
#6 - Episode 8
Season 1 - Episode 8
Macquarie Bank tolls A Message From Osama bin Laden Surprise Spruiker Chas calls a phone sex line Firth in the USA Monty Python. Mr. Ten Questions What Have We Learned From Current Affaris This Week? When a Telemarketer Calls In Other News Door Bouncer Challenge
#7 - Episode 9
Season 1 - Episode 9
The 9th episode in the Chaser's war.
#8 - Episode 12
Season 1 - Episode 12
New Choppers, Crazy Warehouse Guy, Pre Tweens, Ad Road-test: Lynx.
#9 - Episode 4
Season 2 - Episode 4
* Before Show Joke; Pg Version. * Intro Joke; When in Melbourne The Chaser Team stay at Broughton Hall. * Stunt; Sunrise(TV) Dawn Service. * Stunt; Pokies & Live Music. * Ad/ Trailer; Make up your own mind (McDonalds) (Part 1). * Stunt; Grim Reaper, Job Applications. * Surprise Spruiker; Imam Ali ben Abi Taleb Mosque at Lakemba making comments on Sheikh Taj El-Din Hilaly * What you missed on Cable; Maury Povich + Easter Specials. * Ad/ Trailer; Make up your own mind (Part 2). * Song; Pauline Pauline Pauline. * Citizens' Infringement Officer; Fining people speeding (above the limit) in car parks. * Ad/ Trailer; Copycat effect. * Stunt; Buying a Bed. * Andrew Hansen's Closing Comment; "Or if you're very quick why not check out some clips on YouTube, Before some 15 year-old kid deletes them all." * Ad/ Trailer; Make up your own mind (McDonalds) (Part 3).
#10 - Episode 11
Season 1 - Episode 11
The 11th episode in the Chaser's war.
#11 - Episode 13
Season 1 - Episode 13
Parking Inspectors, Stocking Head, Channel 9 Promo, Hillsong Sketch
#12 - Episode 14
Season 1 - Episode 14
Nude Calendar, Angelina's Babies, Janette for PM, Nicorette Ad Road Test
#13 - Episode 15
Season 1 - Episode 15
The Chaser returns with Muslims photos, ASIO job applications, what have we learned from current affairs this week and Chas gets knighted!
#14 - Episode 16
Season 1 - Episode 16
Send A Sign, Ken Done Code, Rockstars Famous Face Off, Ad Road Test Telstra
#15 - Episode 17
Season 1 - Episode 17
Pushers trying to save on fuel Are You Being Shagged? Complaing about bus route numbers Chas travelling in taxi boot Meanwhile in Iran Pursuit Trivia Acting inappropriate in smart cars Offering smart cars to people Mr. Ten Questions In Other News Turkey slapping survey featuring actual turkey Detective Superintendent Clive Pugh recites The Bard What Have We Learned From Current Affairs This Week?; Media-scrum for minor court cases Pushing ride-on lawnmower, tank and plane to save fuel
#16 - Episode 18
Season 1 - Episode 18
Hunting Japanese people for research Surprise Spruiker Citizens Infringement Officer ABC Board Director Wanker number plates The Quinny-Roos Cover of Cannibal Corpse's "Rancid Amputation" Reading excerpts from Jonestown live on Alan Jones' 2GB radio show What Have We Learned From Current Affairs This Week?; Are You Being Shagged? In Other News Claiming World Cup victory for Australia Thought for the Day with Alan Jones Coles Supermarkets Quinny-Roos
#17 - Episode 19
Season 1 - Episode 19
In this episode are Bulldog fans, protesting animals wearing fur, and bellhops.
#18 - Episode 21
Season 1 - Episode 21
Election Wrap Best Parking Spot Union Officials Ad Japanese TV Camel Solution Election Watch: Unions The Fixers: Oversize Popcorn, Violent MPs, Gagging McCelland WHWLFCA: The Right Attitude
#19 - Episode 22
Season 1 - Episode 22
Special Guest Paedophile: Mr Baldy. Arrive at airport in large plastic bags. Trojan Horse. Australian Defence Force Birdman Rally. Video Surveillance Test. Medibank Private - Helping Members, Healthier Profits. Dell Battery Explosions. "World Famous" - Charles Firth in Kenya. Little Britain Impersonations. What Have Learned From Current Affairs This Week?; Unsubstantiated Bullshit Lesson 14: Fatties. Bob Brown - In sport, what is BMX short for? Rising Cost of University Degrees LPG Subsidy, Prince Harry Groping, Bali 9 sentence reductions. Al Kyder and Terry Wrist. Ford Focus
#20 - Episode 23
Season 1 - Episode 23
Intro Joke; Special Guest Paedophile: Mr Baldy. Stunt; Arrive at airport in large plastic bags. What Have We Learned From History?: Trojan Horse. Ad/Trailer; Australian Defence Force Birdman Rally. Stunt; Video Surveillance Test. Ad/Trailer; Medibank Private - Helping Members, Healthier Profits. The Surprise Spruiker; Dell Battery Explosions. Stunt; "World Famous" - Charles Firth in Kenya. Ad/Trailer; Little Britain Impersonations. What Have Learned From Current Affairs This Week?; Unsubstantiated Bullshit Lesson 14: Fatties. Pursuit Trivia; Bob Brown - In sport, what is BMX short for? (Incorrect) (Bicycle Moto-Cross). In Other News...; Rising Cost of University Degrees, LPG Subsidy, Prince Harry Groping, Bali 9 sentence reductions. Stunt; Al Kyder and Terry Wrist. Ad Road Test; Ford Focus
#21 - Episode 24
Season 1 - Episode 24
Stunt; Steakhouse diners choosing their own cow Ad/Trailer; Dongers - Parody of Hooters Citizens Infringement Officer; Bad mobile phone ringtones Ad/Trailer; 2006 Cameraman's Gift Stunt; Burglary made easy Stunt; Child-controlling medication Scenes From The Life Of The Crazy Warehouse Guy; Calling a friend on a tram In Other News; Tony Abbott's opposition to stem cell research Stunt; Tony Abbott hybrids The Australian cricket team at boot camp Darrell Hair accusing Pakistan of ball-tampering US takeover of Coles Myer Stunt; Price check on Coles What Have We Learned From Current Affairs This Week? Lesson 15: Moral Judgement Naming and Shaming Reasons to panic Stunt; Shotgun Ad/Trailer; Wankster Ringtones Andrew Hansen's closing comment; New DVD available: 'How to Use the Last 15 Seconds of Your Show Plugging Shit'
#22 - Episode 25
Season 1 - Episode 25
Telstra magician Mr. Ten Questions Australian Defence Force recruitment/conscription Bonsai logging on Stateline Prolix Songwriter 2:30 Report; Christian shows Famous Face Off; Models, Annalise Braakensiek and Kate Fischer Daggs Jihad Jack Four Corners interview Tom Cruise not allowed on Oprah Gary Neiwand jailed Junk food advertising blamed for childhood obesity Coco Pops Monkey confronts Monica Trapaga Amusement park Godfreys vacuum cleaners Daggs
#23 - Episode 26
Season 1 - Episode 26
Jihad Jack. The Surprise Spruiker; Persian Rug Warehouse McDonald's upselling. Baby names. CarltonUnited 93. Courtesy Bus (read comment below) BoyBand Are you Being Shagged?, Part 3. Walking along the beach stunt and awards. Biggest overstatement, best comic turn, most number of nods during an interview, most dangerous place in Australia, wildest youths, most appearances by an expert and the slightly less crap than Today Tonight award. Persian Rug Clearance commercial on DVD. Al-Qaeda needs more members stunt and Scientology spiritual first aid stunt. A Message From Osama Bin Laden.
#24 - Episode 1
Season 2 - Episode 1
- Intro Joke; Token Cute Animal - Knut. - Change of names; Craig - Wil Anderson, Chris - Corinne Grant - Stunt; Craig Reucassel confronting Peter Debnam in speedos and a baseball cap. - The Fixers; The Chaser (fixed) and David Hicks (not fixed). - Scenes From The Life Of The Crazy Warehouse Guy; Church. - What Have We Learnt From Current Affairs This Week?; Jodi Power and Mercedes Corby, Body Language Experts and Safe with a baby. - Ad/Trailer; Too many Americans on Channel Ten. - Ad Road Test; Wendy's, A flavour for every state of mind. - Andrew Hansen's Closing Comment; "(Craig: or catch the repeat of the show after lateline) that's the show hosted by ALP candidates"
#25 - Episode 2
Season 2 - Episode 2
- Intro Joke; Swimmer who should've taken drugs: Grant Hackett. - Stunt; Malcolm Turnball's house for Sydney's hour of darkness. - Stunt; West Coke Eagles. - Clive The Slightly-Too-Loud Commuter; Calling doctor about his bent penis on a train. - Citizens' Infringement Officer; Bad tattoos. - Ad/Trailer; The Biggest Muslim - Firth In The USA; Punishment t-shirts. - If Life Were A Musical; Loose and tights pants. - The Fixers; Hanson and Oldfield (not fixed), British hostages in Iran (fixed), Brain Burke (fixed) and recycled water (Stunt; public taste test of water) (not fixed). - Pursuit Trivia; Tony Windsor, What is the official languague of Easter Island? (Incorrect)(Spanish). - The News According To Fox; Fair and Balanced, Chuck Norris, clutter screen with useless information and Anna Nicole-Smith. - Stunt; Blind taxi driver. - Andrew Hansen's Closing Comment; "Please note too that from next week we will be moving to Channel Seven like every other ABC comedy" - Credits, Pursuit Trivia Continued; "Which lovable beverly hillbilly died aged 95 in 2003?" (Incorrect)(Buddy Ebsen).