Sketch Comedy series featuring some absurd characters, and Australian - oriented humour




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Corinne Grant ...
 Various Characters 2 episodes, 2003


Sketch Comedy series featuring some absurd characters, and Australian - oriented humour

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9 February 2003 (Australia)  »

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Chez les dingues  »

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[a bank robber is at a public phone]
Recording: Welcome to our telephone banking service. If you would like to make an account inquiry, press 1. If you would like to transfer funds, press 2. If you would like to rob the bank, press 3.
[the robber dials 3]
Recording: Please enter the amount you would like to rob.
[the robber dials 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0]
Recording: Your account has been credited with: one. Hundred. Million. Billion. Dollars and: zero. Cents. Thank you for calling.
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Crazy Credits

Tripod perform a song during the closing credits of each episode. See more »


Remade as Une journée dehouf (2005) See more »


Free the trees
Performed by Tripod
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3 March 2004 | by See all my reviews

At first, I didn't like this show. I had seen far better skit shows before (Full Frontal, Comedy Inc, Sketch Show). The show struck me as unfunny and stupid. But after it returned after a non-ratings period, it had vastly improved and was very funny. However, I saw less of Corinne Grant and Peter Helliar (appearing in only 1 or 2 skits per episode). But the show was now excellent and I watched it frequently. The addition of Cal Wilson hasn't stunted it, so long as they keep Fiona Harris, Michael Chamberlain, Roz Hammond et all it'll be just fine. I much prefer it over Comedy Inc, which goes for far too long (and with only a few really funny skits), and The Big Bite (which has disappeared from Queensland television - thank god).

Just show more of Corinne!

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