Mitch and Louis are both back in the studio this week with a plethora of content to get through — including the latest saga to capture the nation in the "unruly tourists".

Of course, we've thrown some sport in the mix with the much-talked-about Karaka Million, Auckland Racing Club CEO Paul Wilcox joins the Pod to let us know what we're in for come Saturday.

We then top everything off with a slap in the face in the form of the Black Caps' Indian reality check — damn they're good at cricket.

Warning: May contain some coarse language and adult themes, recommended to ages 18+

This episode's full agenda runs through as follows:

Luke Courtney of Same Name Confusion plugs his Auckland gig, and the fact we have THREE double passes to give away, all you've got to do is flick us a DM here and you're in the draw. (Intro)

The saddest part about the "unruly" tourists - PART 1. (4:18)

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CEO of Auckland Racing Club Paul Wilcox previews the Karaka Million from his perspective. (11:52)

Australian Open chat - G'day mate! (22:40)

The unruly tourists get even sadder featuring Herald trending reporter Heath Moore - PART 2. (26:30)

Wrap and weird millennial milk chat - classic. (36:17)

Just to finish us off, a wee public service announcement as follows:

In case you didn't know we're actually coming at you with episode 44 of the series, (we know you knew, you're an intelligent Stoked listener). If this one tickles your fancy you can catch the backlog on Apple podcasts here, and iHeartRadio here.

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