Dr Mumbo

Dr Mumbo’s top seven moments of 2017

What a year it's been. After Dr Mumbo finally recovered from his Google Analytics high following January's jacketgate incident, it only got better from there. And by better, he means worse.


Dr Mumbo kicked off the year with a swipe at Nine pundits Sherlock and Snook, after he discovered how the stress of live television can make people behave in different ways.

Worst West Wing episode ever: Make accounting great again

Dr Mumbo provides a shot by shot analysis of the worst government ad of our times. He urges giving every moment of the three minutes, 11 seconds video a watch.

(This bonus Department of Finance video should satisfy those hungry for more awks.)

5 things Dr Mumbo learned about sex from Mamamia

Mia Freedman’s 19-year-old son Luca Lavigne decided to pen a listicle for that well known Mamamia demographic, teenage boys. Here are the five things Dr Mumbo learned from the experience.

Zen and the art of newsreading

Back in June, millions of viewers had the ultimate zen moment of nearly four minutes of watching BBC newscaster Huw Edwards contemplate the world. Dr Mumbo loves a good broadcasting disaster, after all.

Have you ever marketed like your life depends on it?

Beef-inducing Dr Mumbo decided it was high time marketing “philistine” Gary Vee heard about the man who branded him as such: Mark Ritson.

Fairfax staff play the Hunger Games

Dr Mumbo loves three things: passive aggressive office notes, CAPITAL LETTERS, and the fictional dystopian world depicted in The Hunger Games.

Introducing ‘the mother of all shows’: Yummy Mummies

Dr Mumbo particularly enjoyed the soon to be mum with matching outfits for the dad to be, her baby, and her dog.



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