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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Run, don't walk to the video store and get your hands on this remarkable comedy! Chris Lilley's "mockumentary" about five people who have been nominated for the award of Australian of the Year, is one of the best comedy shows ever written... and not just in Australia either. Lilley creates characters and situations that are extreme and then underplays them wonderfully. The five nominees are fictional and larger than life... but only just. We all know people like them and some of their actions hit very close to home. We Can Be Heroes is side-splittingly funny but has some wonderful moments of pathos....... such as Pat's fight with cancer, Nathan's poem to his brother and Ricky's relationship with his dad. Don't miss this one!
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