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Rabbit and Rongo, two dumb but kind-hearted criminals, want to help a young girl get the medical treatment she needs. Inspired by true crimes around the world, they attempt to raise money through a series of dumb plans and hopeless schemes.
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The show was developed from four short black & white films Paul Fenech starred in and directed in the early 1990s. In 1995, his short "Pizza Man" earned third place at the Tropfest film festival. See more »
i've only seen it a couple of times and each time i tell myself ' i have no idea why i am watching this ' but the stupidity of it all makes me laugh, kind of 'so bad it's good'. Yeah the directing is hopeless and the scripts leave a lot to be desired but the dopey expressions on the faces of pauly and sleek help them get away with it. The jokes are way too literal, and i'm not the sort of person that laughs at ANYTHING so i have no idea why i think it's ok but it is (everyone i know thinks this show completely sucks)!!
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