Spot-on parody of 1970's cop shows sees the adventures of Funky Squad, an elite team of four young undercover cops who speak the language of the streets - young, hip, and in touch with the ... See full summary »
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Santo Cilauro Santo Cilauro ...  Stix ('Joey Alvarez') 7 episodes, 1995
Tim Ferguson Tim Ferguson ...  Grant ('Blair Steele') 7 episodes, 1995
Tom Gleisner Tom Gleisner ...  Poncho ('Harvey Zdalka Jr') 7 episodes, 1995
Jane Kennedy Jane Kennedy ...  Cassie ('Verity Svenson-Hart') 7 episodes, 1995
Barry Friedlander Barry Friedlander ...  The Chief ('Baldwin Scott') 7 episodes, 1995
Susie Dee Susie Dee 7 episodes, 1995
Glenn Hayden Glenn Hayden 7 episodes, 1995
Rod Densley Rod Densley 6 episodes, 1995
Stephen Sculley Stephen Sculley 6 episodes, 1995
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Spot-on parody of 1970's cop shows sees the adventures of Funky Squad, an elite team of four young undercover cops who speak the language of the streets - young, hip, and in touch with the now generation: it's Funky Squad! Written by Alexander Lum <aj_lum@postoffice.utas.edu.au>

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Australia

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English

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24 April 1995 (Australia) See more »

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Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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(7 episodes)

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All the costumes were genuine 1970s clothing obtained from second hand stores. See more »

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Funny but Painfull
25 June 1999 | by defcon-5See all my reviews

Funky Squad is a hilarious take-off on the Mod Squad. This group of 'cool' ('70s cool) detectives use their street sense and their ability to speak the language of the young generation to tackle some of Melbourne's toughest crimes. Their 'with-it' attitudes are exaggerated by all the other characters who are completely straight-lace. Pancho, the member who doesn't speak, invariably gets asked, 'hey, why don't you ever say anything', to which Stix, the member who has a 'afro', replies,'you wouldn't say too much either if you'd taken a bullet in the tongue!' Anyway, I thought that it was hilarious, and worth watching. Too bad that there weren't more episodes!


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