A comedy about a football fanatic postman named Eric, whose life is descending into crisis when he receives some life coaching from the philosophical former football star, Eric Cantona.
A month has passed and Jonah is settled into prison life as gang leader of 'Juveliscious'. His rival Jarrod, an Aboriginal teenager threatens his status but his close connection with guard Therese guarantees that he's having a good time while locked up.
At Lazarus House Jonah makes Mr Joseph look bad in front of the Catholic Education inspectors. After school Jonah and the Fobba-liscious boys decide to hold up the Tenpin Bowling centre using a machete in order to steal the 'golden bowling ball'. The boys end up in Garingal Juvenile Justice Centre.
While grounded, Jonah and the 'Fobba-liscious' boys escape through a window and go bowling. Jonah manages to get his cousin Melody to agree to be papier mached for an art assignment. The 'Fobba-liscious' boys hide from Kool Kris to avoid counselling and Jonah seeks refuge with Sister Monica by pretending to be sick.
Jonah and the Fobba-liscious boys are forced to meet with new youth worker Kool Kris after being caught making bully videos for YouTube. When Jonah is made fun of by school captain Graydon at a break dancing demo he plots to take revenge on Graydon's locker with the help of the school welding equipment.
In John Cameron Mitchell's Golden Globe nominated performance, based on the long-running New York smash hit, Hedwig and the Angry Inch is a high-powered rock musical that tells the hilarious but emotional tale of a German glam-rock diva on a journey to find love and stardom in her new home - a trailer park in Kansas!
Alicia Silverstone stars as Cher, a 15 year old Beverly Hills babe whose main interest in life is helping others get cute clothes and cuter boyfriends. With a credit card in one hand and a mobile phone in the other, Cher embarks on hilarious makeover projects that keep Rodeo Drive in business.
The Aunts and Uncles discuss such questions as how to be a best man or maid of honour at a wedding and what to say to a person who's grieving.
Banished to Tonga to live with his uncle, 14-year-old Jonah is causing more trouble than ever. His dad takes him back to Sydney to start a new life but he quickly forms a new school gang and it's not long till trouble starts.
The Aunts and Uncles discuss the range of dining misdemenours at restaurants, including diners who reach across the table, pick their teeth in full view of everyone and talk with their mouth full. And what about phones - where should they be kept during a meal, are they able to be brought out to check football scores, settle arguments, and should they really be answered unless it's an emergency?
If the PM gives false information to Parliament, should the Cabinet Secretary support him, or should he tell all?
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