Eh. Polite counterpoint.
If Wombat ever takes any sort of moral high ground it's clearly in jest and acts as a counter to when Cheapy has either accidentally said something on the border of good taste, or is about to. It's half-serious at best but necessary for balance. It's a part of the dynamic that makes the show work, for both the types of folks that use a term like "virtue-signaling" as a pejorative, and people like me. Also a long-time show dynamic, both of them playfully poking each-other about the digital vs. Real life nature of their friendship. What one could call victim hood, some of us see someone being honest, vulnerable, and authentic. I relate to depressed Wombat just as much as I relate to Ship's Excel files and target runs. I don't relate to Cheapy, but I appreciate Cheapy.
PS. This is not show feedback, my run-on sentences allways suck on-air.