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Jaquie Brown plays an insecure, status obsessed, light relief reporter on a hard hitting current affairs show

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Badly written, unfunny "comedy"
18 January 2017 | by (Auckland, New Zealand) – See all my reviews

Jacqui Brown had a good sense of humour, but unfortunately she agreed to work with terrible scriptwriters to come up with this rubbish. It's well-acted, directed, and production values are very good. There are some great cultural references, and if you're a New Zealander then you may appreciate some of the in-jokes with the entertainment community, but New Zealand script-writing for television has always been terrible; and the New Zealand entertainment community has always been about in- jokes that nobody else finds amusing. This is no exception. Completely unfunny, and it was stale humour five years before it was written. New Zealand entertainment has for decades refused to investigate talent, and this is another example.


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