Tony (Rob Sitch) is reluctantly dragged in when the developer of a low-rise inner city building project decides he wants to double the height of his apartment block... and then triple it again.
Called upon to take action to prevent a Commonwealth country being taken over by Marxists, Jim has his first clash as Prime Minister with the Foreign Office.
Tonight, host Veronica Milsom and her fleet of cabbie comedians continue to take the pulse of the nation. In an irreverent ride around town with everyday punters, the cabbie comedians are agent provocateurs in search of the 'truth'. The trouble is, 'truth' comes in many flavours and when you never know who might jump in the back seat, the only thing that is certain is a journey full of surprises.
This amazingly imaginative comedy directed by Spike Jonze is rapidly becoming a classic. The superb ensemble cast includes John Cusack, Cameron Diaz, Catherine Keener, Ned Bellamy and John Malkovich. Depressed by a dead-end job and a stale marriage, Craig Schwartz (Cusack) changes his life when he discovers a portal into the mind of actor John Malkovich. Urged on by a seductive co-worker, he decides to exploit its commercial possibilities and more and more people find out about the portal, buying tickets for 15 minutes of being John Malkovich. But the effect on users, especially the female ones, gets out of hand, and Malkovich himself gets wise to the traffic inside his head.
Nobody will hire brash Michael Dorsey because he's antagonised every producer in New York. When his girlfriend, Sandy, fails an audition for a soap opera, Michael dresses up as 'Dorothy Michaels' and lands the part. Michael's fellow conspirators are his agent, George, and his roommate, Jeff. All goes well until 'Dorothy' falls in love with beautiful co-star Julie, and Julie's father, Les, falls for 'Dorothy'.
It's the annual Dunder Mifflin company picnic and Michael and Holly are reunited, and Michael has some big plans for her. Meanwhile, the office competes in the picnic's volleyball tournament.
Michael gets into the cafe disco scene. Meanwhile, Pam and Jim decide to take a secret trip.
A trip to Canberra leads to Tony (Rob Sitch) being forced to investigate the feasibility of building a very fast train. What looks like being a 30-year project is made increasingly difficult by the NBA's inability to retain staff for more than a few months.
Tonight, host Veronica Milsom and her fleet of cabbie comedians continue to take the pulse of the nation. In an irreverent ride around town with everyday punters, the cabbie comedians are agent provocateurs in search of the 'truth'. The trouble is, 'truth' comes in many flavours and when you never know who might jump in the back seat, the only thing certain is a journey full of surprises.
On show night, Liz grows increasingly infuriated when no one seems to remember that it's her 40th birthday. Just before the taping, Tracy becomes convinced that nothing is funnier than a performer laughing and breaking character, which he elects to do all night, much to Jenna's chagrin. Meanwhile, Jack struggles with the consequences of his promise to give up drinking while Avery is pregnant.
Michael has to mediate a dispute within his new sales team. Meanwhile, trouble brews in the office when several employees take the term "casual" Fridays too loosely.
Michael's new company struggles to make early morning deliveries while the office tries to get their expense reports in on time after Angela enforces Dunder Mifflin's policy.
Tony (Rob Sitch) is forced to step in when an endangered grass threatens to de-rail plans for a new container terminal. Meanwhile, Rhonda (Kitty Flanagan) is convinced that the NBA needs a major overhaul of its website, complete with self-generated audio-visual content. Cue the arrival of Karsten (Toby Truslove) and a film crew, along with the formation of a Working Party so large that the office actually runs out of chairs.
When Jeff introduces an element of randomness into Troy and Abed's housewarming party, reality splits into six timelines in which the group's complicated relationships play out in different ways.
A satirical entertainment comedy series which sees some of Australia's funniest comedians get behind the wheel of a taxicab to take the pulse of the nation.
Royal Tenenbaum (Gene Hackman) and his wife Etheline (Anjelica Huston) had three children - Chas, Margot, and Richie - and then they separated. Chas (Ben Stiller) started buying real estate in his early teens and seemed to have an almost preternatural understanding of international finance. Margot (Gwyneth Paltrow) was a playwright and received a Braverman Grant of $50,000 in the ninth grade. Richie (Luke Wilson) was a junior champion tennis player and won the U.S. Nationals three years in a row. Virtually all memory of the brilliance of the young Tenenbaums was subsequently erased by two decades of betrayal, failure, and disaster.
Tells the story of a group of British jihadists who push their abstract dreams of glory to the breaking point. As the wheels fly off, and their competing ideologies clash, what emerges is an emotionally engaging (and entirely plausible) farce. Four Lions is a comic tour de force, which shows that - while terrorism is about ideology - it can also be about idiots.
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