With no sense of on-camera technique, the Kate’s will shuffle through a roster of unsafe demonstrations, surly guests, underprepared experts and the over-lit decomposition of the duo’s already rocky relationship. Like any televisual format that The Kates put their rough, manly hands to, things on Get Krack!n’ will go downhill fast. Frankly, whatever the hour, an audience deserves better.
The debut episode of this very-early-morning show is jam-packed with lifestyle essentials, and the Kates are so excited they can barely keep their eyes open!
The Kates’ already rocky dynamic is tested further when during a mindfulness segment, McCartney is shortlisted for the lead in a US drama series instead of McLennan.
An A-List pop superstar is joining the Kates on the couch, and McLennan takes this as irrefutable proof that the show is actually good.
McLennan is a bit off-colour today, and McCartney is left to carry the show while her co-host deals with whatever’s happening in her nether regions.
McLennan apologises for making a problematic joke about bisexuality, but it will take more than that to convince McCartney that she’s not a monster.
It's been a long night, neither of the Kates have had any sleep and they've brought their sick kids to work with them because women never get to stop.
A Women’s Health episode is interrupted by news of a large-scale incident. The exact details are unclear but the Kates are prepared for anything.
It's the final stop of Get Krack!n's "We Bloody Love Australia" tour where The Kates find themselves aboard a paddle-steamer on the Mighty Murray River during a hostile weather event that threatens to derail the broadcast.
It's a New Look show with a New Look Audiencek! McLennan, a veteran of the stage, falls back on her acting roots. Meanwhile, her introvert co-host McCartney is left to sweat through what is her genuine waking nightmare.
It's the one day of the year that Get Krackin puts the focus on disability. But The Kates' ill-advised attempts at putting disabled people front and centre are gazumped by an announcement out of Parliament House.
Newly installed producer, Holly, has filled the show with easily digestible morning show fodder, but when McCartney and McLennan refuse to serve up their private lives for the viewers to consume, the show grinds to a halt.
The Kates begrudgingly host a Saturday morning clip show called 'Back Krackin' and recap Get Krack!n's World Wide Environment Week, where they kicked off their hugely impactful Klimate Khangels Kampaign.
With numerous studio crew on a precautionary hiatus, the Kates are left to fend for themselves. It's a jam-packed show, if only they could be bothered to host it.