Five different people at different times of their lives bond at a wedding after being seated together at the singles table. After a few too many drinks, the solution to all of their ... See full summary »
Fearless and playful, she acts on instinct; both avenging angel and a bit of a shit stirrer; deeply empathetic and blunt to the point of rudeness. And with a deeply irreverent sense of ... See full summary »
The story of two families living at opposite ends of the freeway. Bess Denyar is a doctor with a posh mother, Margaret, an architect husband, Danny Bright, and 13-year-old twins, Oscar and ... See full summary »
Typical Australian "comedy" that portrays men as childish larrakins who get into all sorts of silly situations and then use goofball, half brained strategies to 'solve' these. Half the time it is the 'sensible' wives (who hey should have always gone to in the first place) who fix things.
The idea of portraying men in traditionally female situations (i.e. as the primary carer for children) is a nice change from the traditional portrayals by why do the advertisers and television production companies have to make fun of these situations "ha ha ha men are too stupid to do this, ha ha ha".
There are a lot of men out there doing this for real and doing it well but we never see this.
I'm glad this show is cancelled but very much doubt that they will show competent house husbands in any show any time soon
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