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Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am

Episode 1 ABC2 Kids December 8, 2016

Superheroines botch up a battle, girly chit chat in a Ladies Room, a blogger films at a local park, Australia's first male police officer suffers sexism on his first day at work and a hard-hitting rap song all about 'That Flow'.

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