When Nige finds himself in a spot of bother after a series of unfortunate incidents, he is forced to ask Deano for help. The problem is Deano is not really the kind of guy you should turn to in a crisis.
Bleak stars McLennan as Anna O'Brien, an adult screw-up who moves back to the family home after her life falls apart. There she realises that her family's lives have all also turned to the ... See full summary »
This was quite an inventive and fresh take on Australian television's variety-skit format.
Channel Seven should be proud of the steps it took in the right direction: a very commendable step.
Unfortunately, HAMISH AND ANDY just didn't produce the desired ratings and only lasted a handful of episodes. In any event, the network soon acquired 'DESPERATIVE HOUSEWIVES' as well as 24, so all was well. Together with 'CNNN/The Chaser Decides' and 'Big Bite,' we genuinely had a funny ride of Australian TV-comedy for a few months there.
One hopes that Hamish and Andy - two generally promising talents, together not unlike a more free-flowing Rove McManus - as well as the hysterical Chris Lilley, won't have disappeared for long.
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