Richard Gere and Julia Roberts star as a down-on-her-luck working girl and a handsome corporate mogul in a rags-to-riches love story. A modern adaptation of George Bernard Shaw's 'Pygmalion' set in 1990s Los Angeles.
There's a computer that comes up with Aboriginal names, the Tiddas make an announcement and we visit Wandaroorah, a little town that needs Aboriginals - and will do anything to get them.
Juno MacGuff is a cool, confident teenager who takes a nine-month detour into adulthood when she's faced with an unplanned pregnancy - and sets out to find the perfect parents for her baby.
When high-powered book editor Margaret faces deportation back to Canada, she declares that she's actually engaged to her put-upon assistant Andrew, who she's tormented for years. He agrees to participate in the charade, but on the condition that they head to Alaska to meet his quirky family. Margaret finds herself in one comedic fish-out-of- water situation after another as she and Andrew reluctantly vow to stick to the plan despite the precarious consequences.
We meet a mad driving instructor and Uncle Doctor, an unconventional medico, and Tiffany the racially confused white woman is back.
Father Richard is desperately trying to sell his motivational success program ... with no success. Meanwhile, 'pro-honesty' mum Sheryl lends support to her eccentric family, including her depressed brother, fresh out of the hospital after being jilted by his lover. When daughter Olive is invited to compete in the Little Miss Sunshine pageant in far-off California, the family piles into their rusted-out VW bus to rally behind her - with riotously funny results.
Jenny and Danny's twentieth wedding anniversary looms before them, and in an unfortunate bit of timing, Candy and Wayne have also started their own wedding arrangements via a perky Save the Date video - much to Jenny and Danny's shared displeasure.
There's an advertising company trying to rebrand Aboriginality, a horror movie about silent phone numbers, the Housewives of Narromine and Blakforce SCU: Special Coconut Unit.
After Andrew moves out with Danny, a heartbroken and catatonic Jenny finds herself caught in the throes of a deep depression. As her illness becomes more severe, Benjamin tries to cheer his mother up by inviting her best - and possibly only - friend from Malaysia, the mysterious Aunty Rose.
Samba came to France 10-years-ago from Senegal. He plugs away at various lowly jobs. Alice is a senior executive who has recently undergone a burnout. He is willing to do whatever it takes to get working papers, while she is trying to get her life back together by doing volunteer work in an association. Both struggle to get out of the dead-ends of their lives until fate draws them together. Juggling humour and emotion, their story leads them on a new path to happiness. What if Life had more imagination than either of them? In French.
There's a meeting to decide on a unified Indigenous language, and things get all Goodfellas with The Elders, with two Matriarchs feuding over the lucrative rights of the 'Welcome to Country' income stream.
Andrew's 18th birthday is coming up, and Jenny - with Benjamin's help - is determined to throw him the perfect party. Only problem is, Andrew really doesn't want Jenny and Benjamin meddling.
Returning for a second series, with new characters along with returning favourites including, Townsville's favourite gays, the Housewives of Narromine, Blakforce and Tiffany, the culturally confused wannabe black, white girl.
After Benjamin takes the initiative and forces the family into group therapy, their no-nonsense counsellor Sandra suggests Danny takes the children off Jenny on weekends. That way, Jenny can see Danny being engaged with parenthood for once, and Jenny can get much-needed time to herself. Meanwhile, Benjamin is distressed to discover Melissa has scored a role on TV before him.
Guest comedians Sally Phillips and Kevin Bridges pit their muscles and common sense against the power of Dara's mathematically-trained brain as they battle it out to solve puzzles and problems set by Professor Marcus du Sautoy. Today's theme is, 'The Maths of Sport'.
It's been a week since Jenny kicked Danny out, and things are tense in the Law household in the lead-up to Christmas. As Benjamin struggles to put together the tree (usually Danny's responsibility), Jenny tries to lift the mood by being upbeat, but it's clear Tammy is still resentful towards Jenny for how things have turned out.
Guest comedians Jon Richardson and Stephen K Amos pit their brute strength and common sense against Dara's mathematically-minded brain as they battle it out to solve puzzles and problems set by Professor Marcus du Sautoy. Today's theme is, 'The Maths of Old Age'.
Meet the Laws; a sprawling Chinese-Australian family who are unlike any you have ever seen before, yet might also be strangely more familiar than you'd expect. Based on the hit memoir of the same name, and written by Benjamin Law and Marieke Hardy. Much like the Law family itself, this is a series that is funny and messy, awkward, cringe-worthy, and overflowing with heart.
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