It's the annual Moody family Easter Weekend, when the whole clan goes to a holiday park on the NSW south coast. 'House proud' Kev sets up camp around his beloved RV while Sean books himself, Dan, Terry and Cora into a single, tiny Viscount for the weekend, much to Cora's chagrin.
The Moody family organises a surprise 40th birthday party for Bridget the biggest surprise being that she isn't actually 40. On the day, Roger attempts to distract Bridget with a string of activities, however despite his best intentions it ends badly - especially the glycolic acid facial.
When a junior Minister is caught up in a financial scandal, the Prime Minister must decide whether to sack or stand by him.
The Moody family gathers at the local RSL to celebrate Kev and Maree's wedding anniversary. But in usual Moody style, the celebrations are disrupted.
The Moodys is an eight-part comedy series focused on the loveable, yet seasonally dysfunctional Moody family as they come together for eight family events, over a single year.
Under pressure to improve standards of education, Jim devises a plan which presents Sir Humphrey, as Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service.
Not as lame as I thought
Party and both lie
A drastic cut in the Arts Council Grant is due to be announced on the morning of the British Theatre Awards dinner.
When Sir Humphrey locks horns with the formidable Agnes Moorhouse, leader of a London Council, he finds her a tougher opponent.
Rodrick catches Jeff in his room
In the season final of Ja'mie: Private School Girl, the end of high school life is in sight. Even though Ja'mie is no longer performing at the end of year presentation, she's still determined to be the centre of attention, even if it means exposing herself to the world.
A plan by the Minister to rescue a struggling football club from its financial difficulties, brings him into conflict with Sir Humphrey.
It's 1984, and 11-year-old Boy lives on a New Zealand farm with his gran, a goat, and his younger brother, Rocky. Shortly after Gran leaves for a week, Boy's father, Alamein, appears out of the blue. Having imagined a heroic version of his father during his absence, Boy comes face to face with the real version - an incompetent hoodlum who has returned to find a bag of money he buried years before.
The Minister is in possession of some embarrassing information regarding the sale of British arms to Italian terrorists. It takes all of Sir Humphrey's skill to convince his Minister not to do anything foolish.
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