Ted Bullpitt's most precious possession is his Kingswood Holden car. He objects when his son, or his son-in-law, wants to drive the car and keeps the keys hidden. He is also unimpressed ... See full summary »
With Ward 17 closed down, the team from All Saints face big changes as they are split up and some are moved to the fast paced world of the Emergency Department, headed by Director of Emergency Frank Campion.
Five different people at different times of their lives bond at a wedding after being seated together at the singles table. After a few too many drinks, the solution to all of their ... See full summary »
Follow the men and women who work in a downtown police station and a renegade crisis centre in the tough red light district of Sydney, as they deal with the endless array of problems, crimes and triumphs that tumble onto the streets.
The rarely seen cat of Madge Burrows became a meme during the shows run, with the character of Ted Bullpitt claiming he 'loved the bloody cat', he spent much of the series tormenting the cat until the cat's unseen death in the final episode after it was eaten by the dog. See more »
The bottles of champagne during the series run are clearly only half filled. See more »
It's green icing, flowing down...
Yes... someone left the cake out in the rain.
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This show was pathetic! Possibly the only plus to Bullpitt being made is that it was such a spectacular failure that hopefully no one will ever let Gary Reilly make another sitcom again. After Brass Monkeys, Hey Dad and My Two Wives you'd think that network executives would have realised that his shows simply aren't funny!
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