When Vince falls for a house outside his price range, he suddenly sees the value of doing a franchise film. Meanwhile, the boys get psyched for a slumber party at the Mansion - but Drama's been "banned for life" by Hef; Eric pressures Ari to prove himself as a deal-maker; and Turtle puts his faith in big-ticket sleepwear.
It's one wild day in the life of a pair of overworked counter jockeys, whose razor-sharp wit and on-the-job antics give a whole new meaning to customer service. Even while braving a nonstop parade of unpredictable shoppers, the clerks manage to play hockey on the roof, visit a funeral home and straighten out their offbeat love lives
The star of the SBS hit series 'Legally Brown', Nazeem Hussain, joins host Paul McDermott on Room 101. Nazeem not only pushes the boundaries of political incorrectness but also shares some very personal gripes. Whether it's his pet hate of mirrors in gyms and his 'skinny Sri Lankan calves', to mechanics, to grumpy old people, Nazeem finds the fairest and funniest ways to persuade Paul to banish his pet hates into the Room 101 vault forever.
Vince agrees to a starlet's pet project. Eric reluctantly lets a Perfect Ten model 'take care of him' at a beach party, where Turtle misrepresents his position to get a girl. Drama develops calf-envy and Ari gets steamed up convincing the boys to read the Aquaman script.
Heartbroken, Lally resorts to psychic advice. After reuniting with her boyfriend, she believes her curse is lifted - but when she can no longer write, she hits rock bottom. Finally, Lally learns to embrace the chaos.
Guest comedians Susan Calman and Richard Herring pit their 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, 'How Maths Can Feel the Force'.
Lola has all the fame and fortune she ever dreamed of, but along with success comes a studio that works her until she drops, a family only interested in her money and a scheming publicist, Space Hanlon, who runs her life.
After years of meticulous planning nothing can prevent a major tunnelling project getting started. Except Rhonda. Meanwhile Nat makes the fatal mistake of asking HR for help.
Gretel Killeen and Matt Okine teach us how much to spend on wedding gifts, enlighten us with the man's guide to childbirth and talk about the dos and don'ts of funeral etiquette with funeral director Vanessa Jeffery.
At the world's hottest fashion show, there's been a murder. Now, everybody's a suspect, including two guests who end up sharing much more than a hotel room. Add to the fun a hilariously inept TV reporter on the trail of her most shocking interview yet. They're all caught up in the year's biggest see-and-be-seen events, where steamy scandals and spectacular supermodels turn up the heat in a riotous show of high-fashion hilarity.
Jerry is a junkyard worker who attempts to sabotage a power plant that he believes is melting his brain. But, when his plan goes awry, the magnetic field that he creates accidentally erases all of the videotapes in a local video store where his best friend Mike works. Fearing that the mishap will cost Mike his job, the two friends team up to keep the store's only loyal customer, a little old lady with a tenuous grasp on reality from realising what has happened by recreating and re-filming every movie that she decides to rent.
Joining Paul McDermott tonight is award-winning actor Vince Colosimo. He's menacing and mesmerising. He's been Gino and Vinnie, Nick Daniels, Neville Bartos and Alphonse Gangitano. For once playing himself, Vince, tries role-playing and yelling, as well as the occasional threatening glare to persuade Paul to banish his gripes away, ranging from plastic coverings on furniture to people with bad hygiene, non-personal communication, to BYO parties.
Lally Katz invites us into her world of unusual characters and the lifetime deal she's made with her subconscious: writing over love. Except now - she's met someone she really likes. Will she commit to her writing?
Guest comedians Josie Long and Alex Horne pit their 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, 'Maths at the End of the World'.
It's a new year and Tony is determined to focus on big things. Unfortunately, small things get in the way. Meanwhile, Nat's attempts to assist a local community unleash a multi- billion dollar government initiative.
Gretel and Matt discuss the etiquette of Saturday sports and the rules of exercise. In a hidden camera social experiment comedian Greg Larsen learns how not to behave in a gym and Merv Hughes stops by to talk sportsmanship.
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