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.
"Politics is the art of preventing people from taking part in affairs which properly concern them." Paul Valery (1871-1945). "The only thing to do with good advice is pass it on. It is never any use to oneself." Oscar Wilde. "Democracy is being allowed to vote for the candidate you dislike least." Robert Byrne
Ryan's jealousy causes Wilfred to derail Jenna and Drew's wedding.
Sarah goes away for her last piece of pre-wedding freedom and Wilfred takes the opportunity to bully Adam and eat up a storm.
The series examines the rise of a new class in Canberra - that of the professional advisor. In the past it was politicians, guided by public servants, who made the decisions. Today they have 'staffers', dozens of paid advisors. We don't vote for them, we don't even know their names, and we're not quite sure what they do. But they wield enormous influence. They are very much the power behind the power. They are The Hollowmen.
Adam and Sarah have taken Wilfred to Nambour, Queensland, so that Adam can ask Sarah's dad for her hand in marriage. Thing is, Sarah's folks are nudists.
Adam wants to do the honourable thing and ask Sarah's dad for permission to marry his daughter. Problem is, Sarah's parents live in Nambour, Queensland. After an eventful train-ride and some hitchhiking, they arrive in Nambour and are confronted with Sarah's nudist parents and Wilfred's disapproving dad, Arthur.
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