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Robert Muldoon: The Grim Face of Power - Part Two

Television (Full Length Episode) – 1994

They won’t put up a statue to me. No, no, no. Nobody’s got that sense of humour
– Sir Robert Muldoon
There was a lady walking down the pavement and, as we passed, she stopped. She said, “I know you, don’t I?” I said, “My name’s Muldoon”. “You’re not related to that bastard in parliament are you?” And, on that salutary note, Mr. Speaker, I say good-bye.
– Sir Robert Muldoon (in his valedictory speech)
In the end, the show was repetitious, punched below the belt, made incredible leaps of logic and had a certain nasty entertainment value. Rob would have been proud.
– Diana Wichtel (review), Listener, 14 May 1994