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This sketch comedy came and went rather quickly and was critically
drubbed at the time. Probably in accord with that, I remember only one
segment, featuring a Christopher Lee-like vampire Count attempting to
woo a victim at a typical Aussie backyard barbecue, being taken for a
gatecrashing "wog" by the ocker hosts, wrathfully displaying his power
over lightning and storm, and being repelled accidentally by brandished
cruciform BBQ implements. I think that's about as inspired as it got.
The cast, encompassing talented thesps like Noni Hazlehurst and Chris
Haywood, had nothing to apologise for so who to blame? I would not mind
a second, up-to-date viewing but this seems unlikely. Perhaps
Australia's shortest-lived show of its type until LET LOOSE LIVE
flashed through the Seven Network in 2005.
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