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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Great Aussie show, great writing
1 August 2006 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This show hits very close to home. The writing is outstanding, with very realistic themes and dialogue. The story line is unpredictable and guaranteed to entertain. But the problem with the show is that it targets a very small niche of TV watchers, and that might be the reason why it failed. I simply couldn't watch this with my girlfriend, who didn't like it all that much, and had to resort to taping it and watching it by myself. Also, the show has a very slow start before it reaches its full potential, and I can imagine some watchers may have given up before they could see the best of this. Yet, I believe that this is one of the best shows to come out of Australia for a long time. Its appeal may not be as broad as the secret life of us, but it definitely hits a target. Also, it's much better than many me-too TV shows coming out of the States these days. In conclusion, I love this show, and would strongly recommend it.


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