The series began screening shortly after the similar sketch comedy program Fast Forward (from which Full Frontal derived) ended. Full Frontal retained the same general format of Fast ... See full summary »
Dazza has a passion for barbequing. He accidentally gives his neighbours food poisoning. To make amends he seeks tutelage from the tyrannical Scottish chef and together they enter an international barbecue competition.
Totally Full Frontal was revived after Channel 10 decided to revive Channel 7's Full Frontal after the show ended its run in 1997.
Most of the original cast members such as Eric Bana, Glenn Butcher, Shaun Micallef, Kim Gyngell and Daina Reid moved on and only a two of the original cast members such as Ross Williams and John Walker from Full Frontal crossed over along with many new faces.
The original Full Frontal was hilarious thanks to Eric Bana, Glenn Butcher, Shaun Micallef and Kim Gyngell, and they were sorely missed when they moved on. In fact, Full Frontal started to lose its magic touch when Eric Bana left the show and from there the show was never the same. Totally Full Frontal might have had its moments but it certainly did not have the same original spirit of Full Frontal.
Though the show did enjoy moderate success in 1998, by 1999 the show has totally run out of steam and by then I had lost all interest. By the end of 1999, Channel 10 thankfully did not renew the show for another season. Other similar shows such as "Skithouse" and "Comedy Inc" were definitely not the same as Full Frontal and from there, there has not been a similar show since.
Totally Full Frontal might have been a good idea to resurrect the show and it had its moments, but unfortunately the show was never the same and by the end it was certainly time to call it a day.
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