I haven't seen all that many episodes of The Weekly this year (I'm a bit embarrassed to admit that I have MKR to blame), but I watched it last night, and was annoyed with the clearly increased amount of swearing on it.
Look, honestly, the writing is (generally) smart, it's only on at 8.30 pm (not like 11pm or later with the routinely sweary equivalent shows - such as John Oliver's - in the US), and the use of 4 or 5 "f...s" in a half hour really doesn't make it any funnier. Get your act together, ABC, and resist the intrusion of language we don't really want to normalise amongst your teen viewers. (As I tell my kids, swearing is partly wrong because it's boring when people develop it as a routine tic. And so many people do.)
Anyhow, I post here mainly to note the "Hard Chat" interview with Kevin Rudd, which was pretty funny. But I thought Rudd looked puffy faced, tired and not very well. I really do suspect his health may not be up to any high powered job, and why on Earth do people like him keep trying to get into positions of power when they can easily retire early and develop other interests and hobbies. (Or do charitable works, or whatever.)