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Satirical early-morning breakfast television.

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  • Award-winning or individually published episodes are indexed on AustLit.

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form y separately published work icon Get Krack!n [Episode 7] Kate McCartney , Kate McLennan , Australia : Katering Productions , 2017 14124488 2017 single work film/TV Australia : Katering Productions , 2017

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Works about this Work

Friday Essay : Why Is Australian Satire So Rarely Risky? Alex Cothren , Robert Phiddian , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Conversation , 15 March 2019;
Get Krack!n's Season Finale Was the Most Nourishing Despair I Have Felt in a Long Time Alison Whittaker , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 28 March 2019;
C'mon, We're Being Fun : Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney Are Not Pussyfooting Around Anna Krien , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: The Monthly , October no. 138 2017; (p. 36-40)

'It’s 3 am. “An hour usually reserved for pissing with your eyes closed,” Kate McLennan says in a sparkly voice while sitting bolt upright in bed next to co-host Kate McCartney. Time to Get Krack!n. Cue the buzzy theme music (think kazoo crossed with a mosquito) and a TV montage of the Kates “kidding around” in stilettos, skin-tone stockings, and boxy block-coloured mini dresses. Measly clapping starts up off-camera and the Kates step out, as if for the first time, onto the set of their very own morning show.' (Introduction)

C'mon, We're Being Fun : Kate McLennan and Kate McCartney Are Not Pussyfooting Around Anna Krien , 2017 single work essay
— Appears in: The Monthly , October no. 138 2017; (p. 36-40)

'It’s 3 am. “An hour usually reserved for pissing with your eyes closed,” Kate McLennan says in a sparkly voice while sitting bolt upright in bed next to co-host Kate McCartney. Time to Get Krack!n. Cue the buzzy theme music (think kazoo crossed with a mosquito) and a TV montage of the Kates “kidding around” in stilettos, skin-tone stockings, and boxy block-coloured mini dresses. Measly clapping starts up off-camera and the Kates step out, as if for the first time, onto the set of their very own morning show.' (Introduction)

Get Krack!n's Season Finale Was the Most Nourishing Despair I Have Felt in a Long Time Alison Whittaker , 2019 single work essay
— Appears in: The Guardian Australia , 28 March 2019;
Friday Essay : Why Is Australian Satire So Rarely Risky? Alex Cothren , Robert Phiddian , 2019 single work criticism
— Appears in: The Conversation , 15 March 2019;
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