Two sets of the Australian viewing public will face a challenge to see who enjoys classification and representation in numbers the most. In one closet, the gays, queers, lesbians and generally fashion literate. In the other, those looking for a semblance of redemption following last year's outing on what could only be classed as a general intelligence test.
Taking the place of blood-flavoured rings are quizzes and questions run by the competing television stations, The Q Test: How Queer Are You? by Ten and Test Australia: The National IQ Test 2003 by Nine. Set to test the nation respectively it will no doubt ask the question, are you still using hair gel even though it is no longer 1984?
Written on Tuesday, 18 November 2003