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Anthony Ahern ...
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Ross Daniels ...
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Aidan Fennessy ...
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Damian Callinan ...
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Cal Wilson ...
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Wedgedale....You Wouldn't Want To Live There But Maybe You Do...

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Robert De Niro: Now, to cook this dish, you need a duck. But not just any duck, a dead duck.
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Awful
2 January 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

From the beginning till the end of each episode 'The Wedge' relies of cheap and often out dated humour which portrays Australians as a bunch of idiotic bogans. Further more producers feel it is necessary to add an obvious canned laughter track to make scenes funnier than they really are with very little effect. Even the actors appear to be embarrassed by the fact that they are starring in such a miserable show which puts their acting on par with the writing. Catherine Deveny has even given the show a bad review in an article in The Age despite the fact that she was actually one of the writers for the wedge claiming that the producers required the writers to "rewriting" and "blanding out" the script to appeal to a wider audience. To top of the negative reviews from the public and other professional critics alike the wedge has been criticised by Who Magazine and was awarded the "honour" of the fourth worst t.v. shows of 2006.


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