It's Not You. It's Bree.: Season 1, Episode 1

Introducing Bree Browning: Loving Yourself (21 Jan. 2012)

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Introducing Bree. Employing a film crew to follow her as she rises from local therapist and mother of one, to Australia's biggest Sex Guru's.


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Episode credited cast:
Pablo Calero ...
Kath Gordon ...
Bree Browning (as Kathy Gordon)
Luke Morrison ...
Kate Mulqueen ...
Simon Presljak ...
Jonathan Welsby ...


We meet Bree Browning, a local sex therapist who dreams of making it big. She has hired a film crew to follow her every move as she plans her stratospheric rise to stardom. Bree fills us in about the details of her upcoming book, The Birds And The Bree's: Six Steps To A Sexier Sex Life and along the way we get to meet various members of her family and several of her clientele. Pretty soon we come to learn that Bree might not be all she is cracked up to be and that some of her clients may also need a little more help than any one person can give. Finally, having planned a meeting with her publishers, Bree races to her appointment stopping to pick up two of her clients, Jack and Cass, who just happen to be nudists. With her mind on her passengers and not the road ahead, her plans on making her important meeting hit a roadblock. Written by Shane Dunlop

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1.78 : 1
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The role of Jack the nudist was to be played by a different actor who had to be replaced at the very last minute. Director of Photography, Luke Morrison, graciously stepped in, donned the modesty pouch, and the rest is history. See more »


Bree: I believe that in life, all things are connected.
Bree: The animals in their jungles are connected to the rivers and the oceans which in turn are connected to stars and planets which are connected to the people on Earth in their igloos and apartments, who occasionally like to be connected to each other using their penises and vaginas.
Bree: Or anuses. Or ayni. Whatever the plural of anus is.
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References The Crow: Salvation (2000) See more »

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