Tevita Kuridrani had an outstanding game in the final Bledisloe Cup match. (Photo: Paul Barkley/LookPro)

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Ryan O’Connell and Brett McKay are slumming it with the abundant catering and free beer in the ivory tower for Episode 15 of the Cheap Seats podcast.

In this episode, Brett reveals why he missed seeing Bledisloe I live, Ryan is still waiting for Jason ‘Dufney’ Dufner to answer his question, and the boys launch into their best Geoff Toovey impersonations.

Episode 15 talking points:
– Bledisloe I wrap-up and post-mortem, and where it went right for the All Blacks and wrong for the Wallabies;
– The new trend in the NRL for compassionate releases form contracts, and Geoff Toovey wants an investigation;
– The lottery of the Australian middle order ahead of the Fifth Ashes Test;
– And this week’s Splash & Dash, featuring Teahupo’o and the Australian Boomers and Opals

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