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From Justin Langer's defenestration as Australia's head coach to the significance of a first Test series in Pakistan in 24 years and discussions about mental health and racism, serious conversations come thick and fast in The Test.
But Amazon's behind-the-scenes documentary on the Aussie cricket team, which premieres on January 13, also manages to shine a light on the more relaxed aspects of Test cricket.
And it does so often unwillingly, with some of the players revealing themselves as terribly fussy, partial to baffling culinary choices or absurdly meticulous.
Here Sportsmail takes a look at the documentary's most awkward moments.
Marnus Labuschagne spends some time with fans ahead of the world premiere screening The Test season two in Sydney
Marnus Labuschagne's toastie
The best batter in the world according to the International Cricket Council's rankings, Marnus Labuschagne's appetite for scoring runs knows no bounds.
And if Episode 1 is anything to go by, his appetite for ham and cheese toasties is just as voracious, with the Aussie star admitting he's partial to a snack ahead of a day of Test cricket.
Labuschagne's cooking skills, however, are unlikely to overshadow his batting anytime soon. In the series opener, the 28-year-old is filmed making himself a toastie in the dressing room and reveals the 'butter is the key to get it crisp on both sides.'
So far, so normal. But things take a sinister turn when Labuschagne nonchalantly proceeds to tell the camera that sticking a piping hot toastie in the fridge is his culinary secret.
'This is the trick of the trade. Now, not many people do this, but I like a toastie to be cold. So [it goes] in the fridge to get that cheese to harden up.'
Not many people do this indeed, Marnus. And for a very good reason.
EPISODE 1 - 25:18-25:27
While Labuschagne (left) and Starc are great mates on the field, the pace bowler has to set some boundaries in the changerooms to halt his teammate's mess from expanding
Mitchell Starc's boundary
Labuschagne features again prominently at the start of the second episode, with his dressing room etiquette seemingly as questionable as his cheese toastie-making habits.
In the words of Mitchell Starc, Labuschagne is one of 'the messiest blokes in our group. His mess just expands.'
To prevent said expansion, the Aussie quick carefully puts down tape on the floor to set clear boundaries for the star batter and preventing him from invading his personal space.
Labuschange, predictably, has none of it: 'I'm not saying I'm not messy, but I'm not the messiest,' he replies.
EPISODE 2 - 2:30-2:36
Shaun Marsh, Steve Smith and Mitch Marsh of Australia celebrate in the changerooms after Australia regained the Ashes in England
The Baggy Green mythology
Few if any teams even outside the boundaries of cricket place as much importance into an item as Australia's Test cricket players do with the Baggy Green.
Steve Waugh, Ricky Ponting and Justin Langer fully embraced the garment and its