"The Julekalender" is a Christmas story about three "nisser" who have to go from the North Pole and back to the "hule" (cave) in the Norwegian province of Trondelag to find the life melody ... See full summary »
Marve is a middle-aged bachelor living alone, with his mother. Marve has extraordinary opinions about life, and when everything seems to go wrong despite his best intentions. But he is proud to be a leader at work - in a storage.
Norwegian mock-reality-TV-game-show where a group of people are dressed up as Christmas gnomes, moved into a small barn loft and filmed at all hours. Forced to survive on a diet of marzipan... See full summary »
Egon Olsen and his gang is about to commit their biggest heist - stealing 6 millions from an under cover operation at a freight company, which the police also follows closely. The safe is both guarded by alarm and the company gorillas.
Egon Olsen has been behind bars for some time, but that hasn't stopped the criminal mastermind from making a plan - a plan to steal a very valuable golden statue, and never to fall behind ... See full summary »
A sketch comedy program with Norwegian comedians Atle Antonsen, Harald Eia, Bård Tufte Johansen and Kristopher Schau performing sketches typified by poking fun at people from Northern Norway and regional dialects.
Bård Tufte Johansen
Etter en tid innenfor murene samles banden igjen, men denne gangen kommer det en ung og vakker sosialkurator inn i bildet. Egon forelsker seg og staker ut en ny kurs for banden - fast jobb ... See full summary »
With this show Norwegian comedy-writer Tore Ryen certainly showed that he knew what his countrymen needed on tv in the 90's, and by the standards of this show the answer was... crap!
This has to be the worst sit-com in the history of all sit-com's. OK, that's maybe pulling it a bit far but the quality and the stupidity of this show was at times mind-blowing (that is, unless you were 10 years old at the time). Had it not been for the fact that it had some great comedy actors (in desperate need of becoming a tv-star?) the hollow writing of Tore Ryen would have shown off more clearly. To top it all off he has no business directing, yet he had the nerve to do so on a number of occasions. The proof of the latter showed in his later sit-com "Holms" where he got his stepdaughter to co-star and the show is like an ABC of how NOT to direct child "actors".
Man, gee wiz, give this man a ticket to Sweden!
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