John Safran tried out his hand at land rights
In the final episode of series one, Cassandra uses Jennie as a 'replacement mong' in order to collect the prize for the colouring-in competition which Jennie learns to be $10,000. Jennie begs her Aunty to give the money to her mother for the stomach stapling operation, but Cassandra insists she needs it to go to Vanuatu and win back her husband.
In this episode, John brokers a land rights claim with Australian Aborigines, "becomes nothingness" at a Zen Buddhist monastery and explores the ties between the Freemasons and Satanism.
This program is an eight-part visual encyclopedia of faith around globe - a rummage through the mosques, temples, churches and chicken coops of the religious world. How difficult is it to get a fatwa placed on someone? John travels to the UK Shariah court to find out.
After a sign from God, Jennie and her friends decide to enter the upcoming 'Let's Get It On' dance battle with a first prize of $10 000. After initial rehearsals it appears their dance abilities aren't nearly as good as their mathematical prowess, so Jennie hunts around the school for people with 'mega mad dance skills' so they can beat the school skanks: Tracy, Tizzneen and Tessa.
As Christmas approaches the Unit realise that things are looking a little quiet for the Prime Minister. Media opportunities must be found before the new year.
The doctor has told Berenice that she will need a stomach stapling operation costing $10,000, or else her future does not look very..large. After aunty Cassandra's suggestion of selling 'bonsai cats', Jennie encounters her father, Burt (guest-star Brian Mannix), a compulsive gambler, who recommends that Jennie give him all of her savings, saying that he could turn them into $10,000 easily. When that gamble doesn't pay off, Jennie is forced to 'sell herself' in order to sell her bonsai cats at the re-opening of the local roller skating rink.
For Jennie and her joint best friends, Amy Lee and Nigella, the Maths Olympiad is the highlight of their academic calendar, but when it seems that Amy Lee has found a boyfriend on an opposing team, Jennie becomes jealous and the girls' competitive natures are unleashed.
In the midst of a national security crisis the Unit must also deal with a visit by a group of school students eager to learn about political life.
Jennie's mother Berenice has been chair bound for weeks after a nasty spider bite on her leg, but the doctor assesses that her main problem is, obviously, her morbid obesity. Cassandra however is more concerned with the well-being of her new cat Chinnie and with exploiting the 'special needs' adults she is supposed to be caring for.
Pressure mounts on the Government to fund an expensive new pill, despite evidence that it may not be worth funding at all.
What exactly is a bogan, and just what do they have to be so proud of? Quite a lot actually, as comedienne extraordinaire Rebel Wilson (Pizza, Thank God You're Here, The Wedge) proves in this six part musical comedy series, Bogan Pride.
Tired of opening other people's buildings, the Prime Minister dreams of leaving his own architectural legacy.
With many Australians struggling to find a home, a report into the cost of maintaining Kirribilli House looks set to prove embarrassing to the Prime Minister. How can the Central Policy Unit justify his continued use of this 'luxury weekender'?
they're all useless
If you've ever dreamt of a world where ABBA charts forever, dags rule and bitchy friends get what they deserve, then you should meet Muriel Heslop... In her hunt for Mr Right in all the wrong places, Muriel buys a one-way ticket to freedom and embarks on a madcap journey of self-discovery where success isn't the best revenge but being yourself is.
After a visit to a military base goes wrong, the Prime Minister becomes concerned that not enough people are joining the armed forces. The Unit is asked to solve the problem.
The Prime Minister is worried that his soon to be released budget lacks excitement. The Unit are called in to come up with something suitably impressive.
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