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Hmm, yeah.
27 November 2000 | by (Tauranga, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Now this is what happens when the government tries to make up the quota of local New Zealand shows that is needed. So it could be said that this show is just fill-in material, and it shows. The idea of this show is that Suzanne Paul (an incredibly nasally-voiced annoying brat) comes to simple-minded Kiwi homes and flashes the place up in time for a chef-cooked dinner with a famous celebrity as a dinner guest. The parents get flashed up and so do the kids but that doesn't mean that the show is flash. On a tight budget (that probably goes on Suzanne's makeup) they manage to whip up an amazing feast for the family and the guest.

This show is just family orientated tripe! The only redeeming thing about this show is Anthony Ray Parker as a chaffuer and all round token American. Just think, he went on to star in The Matrix after this stupid, almost intolerable Kiwi show. Americans, stay away! It doesn't reflect well on our country!!

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