Phil awaits his call to be a finalist for 'Australian of the Year'; Ja'mie is devastated by some tragic news; opening night of 'Indigeridoo' marks Ricky's final stage performance; Daniel refuses to ...
Phil's first motivational speaking engagement (with a group of Scouts) goes awry; Ja'mie goes to visit one of her sponsor children; Ricky begins rehearsals; Pat trains for biggest roll yet on a new ...
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We Can Be Heroes is the 2005 comedy hit that goes for 6 episodes which stars Chris Lilley as six characters. The show revolves around 6 people who are Ricky Wong who is a striving Chinese actor, Ja'mie a private school stuck up bitch, Pat Mullins a women who got famous for getting over her problem with having a club foot to becoming a champion roller, Daniel who is a country boy about to give his earlobe to his brother so he can hear again, his brother who does not say much but is hilarious all the same and last up is Phil Olivetti an Australian hero who saved kids life in a flying air castle. The show is definitely a classic and will never ever be beaten. It shows that good comedy is not dead it was just trying to get out of the way of teen movies. Overall this is a must watch for fans of Chris Lilley in Hamish and Andy and The Big Bite. I rate this comedic masterpiece 98%. GO CHRIS LILLEY KEEP IT UP. Also watch Summer Heights High.
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