By the end of the second episode I was hooked. So many familiar faces from home and away was cool and Coogie and the cross were a favorite hangout for me many moons ago so it felt authentic.
The mix interactions at the station and out on the street flowed well and mostly made sense. Often the drama was a little predictable which only adds to the enjoyable nature of the show. It's not science-fiction after all.
I think maybe it was a bit lost on some of the conservative channel nine audience but it was truly a fair dink-um Aussie experience that I totally enjoyed.
beauty mate !!!
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