Exploring the personal lives of four best friends. An easily relatable story of Aussie blokes and the hilarious every day events that they encounter. An excellent mix of comedy and heart ... See full summary »

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 Adam Logan (22 episodes, 2005)
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 Cameron Kennedy (22 episodes, 2005)
Travis McMahon ...
 Bruno Palmer (22 episodes, 2005)
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 Zoe Hesketh (22 episodes, 2005)
Jesse Griffin ...
 Chich (19 episodes, 2005)
Fletcher Humphrys ...
 Anto (12 episodes, 2005)
Stephen Phillips ...
 Mark Hooper (10 episodes, 2005)
Susan Godfrey ...
 Nurse Barton (10 episodes, 2005)
Heidi Arena ...
 Charlotte Hooper (9 episodes, 2005)
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Exploring the personal lives of four best friends. An easily relatable story of Aussie blokes and the hilarious every day events that they encounter. An excellent mix of comedy and heart warming moments that every bloke who has experienced mateship and love will enjoy. Written by Ben R

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Matt Passmore and Rodger Corser both starred on McLeod's Daughters (2001). See more »

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Jury still out... but might pick up.
14 June 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This one has been hyped to buggery so I was certainly keen to catch an episode. So far it strikes me as a bit of a soapie about uber-cool shallow Melbourne types hanging out in bars and sleeping around. So far... so Secret Life of Us. It's very well cast, but the writing doesn't always hit the mark. Scenarios sometimes feel a bit contrived, and (maybe its just me but..) its not really as funny as you may think from the promos - more soap than comedy really. Here's hoping the internal monologue voice-over fad dies pretty damn soon - is it just me or does listening to a protagonist agonize over his/her issues sound like Bjork in an eggbeater? (I'm not just talking about this series.) At the moment, it feels a bit like it's been done before and done better. But maybe given time the show might have something new to say. Not so much my thing, but preferable to the asinine intellectual vacuum of Big Brother. Whatever happens it certainly should get a chance to hit its stride, doesn't deserve the "Cooks" treatment - ie. given two weeks to succeed and then relegated to the graveyard shift.


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