The Saturday Show initially used a series of bumpers to insert between two items on occasion. As the show had a graphical revamp on 12 January 2002, they were put into early retirement.

They were basically 'hip and trendy' phrases that had a plain English translation applied to them - well, see below to get the point!

cheeky monkey 

pushing the boundaries of acceptable behaviour

in the house 

gracing us with their presence

keepin' it real

staying true to the original

don't lie

too good to be true


particularly easy on the eye


not up to the required standard

surf the web

to propel oneself along the information super highway

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