Bro'Town: Season 5, Episode 2

A Vegetarian at My Table (26 Apr. 2009)

TV Episode  -   -  Animation | Comedy
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The boys embark on a documentary project about their favourite food -but Vale is horrified when he discovers a dead mouse inside his meat pie's pastry. The boys take a vow of vegetarianism ... See full summary »

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Episode credited cast:
David Fane ...
Jeff da Maori / Rodney McCorkenstein-Taifule (Mack) / Brother Ken / Additional Voices (voice)
Mario Gaoa ...
Sione Tapili / God / Rakeesh Maadkraklikka / Additional Voices (voice)
Oscar Kightley ...
Vale Pepelo / Joost van der Van Van / Additional Voices (voice)
Shimpal Lelisi ...
Valea Pepelo / Jesus / Rex Ruka / Additional Voices (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Janelle Bish ...
Seraphina (voice)
Bronwyn Bradley ...
Mila Jizovich / Lynn Grey / Maharey Stevens / Satisha Maadkraklikka / Additional Voices (voice)
John Campbell ...
Himself / 3 News Anchorman (voice)
John Clarke ...
Fred Dagg (voice)
Carol Hirschfeld ...
Herself / 3 News Anchorwoman (voice)
Nathan Rarere ...
Additional Voices (voice)
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The boys embark on a documentary project about their favourite food -but Vale is horrified when he discovers a dead mouse inside his meat pie's pastry. The boys take a vow of vegetarianism and are passionately determined to expose the dodgy innards of the meat industry, but when the powers that be catch wind of their plan, Vale becomes the meat in the sandwich! Written by Anonymous

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