After reaching a peak of 1.2 million viewers nationally in 2003, the show oscillates at about 700,000 a week, falling or rising depending on the calibre of guest.When Mc Manus is on fire, he can be very, very good.The show, however, isn't quite as irreverent and edgy as Mc Manus likes to claim.

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So says friend and fellow comedian Corinne Grant, in the nicest possible way. With a satin Daffy Duck waistcoat, over a T-shirt of Daffy Duck, with happy pants and Converse runners." He adds: "Nowadays, he's very stylish." Tune into Channel Ten's at 9.30 on Tuesday nights, as an average of 700,000 Australians do these days, and you will find that the goofy teenager from Perth has ditched the happy pants for garb by Arthur Galan, designer to the hip and groovy, creator of paisley shirts and finely tailored suits of velvet, pinstripe and bold contemporary hues.

This lot were won during lunchtime competitions between him and his staff at the nearby food court.

His walls are covered with movie posters, photos of him and Emmett with Hollywood stars such as Sylvester Stallone, and a bizarre print of his hero, Bert Newton, in the guise of Mona Lisa. "It's our awards night and I think people should embrace it.By last year, Mc Manus had notched up three gold Logies and three silver.This year, he went home with another silver Logie, for most popular television presenter.If people want, when they come up to me in the street, if they want me to punch them in the face, they should just say so!" "It's the tall-poppy syndrome," the loyal, protective Callan says.He has an impish charm that is difficult to resist.